Stirewaltisms: First Humble, Then Thankful, Then Happy

Celebrating the greatest of America’s civic holidays.

What Do the Grassroots Do Now?

In Arizona and Georgia, MAGA state parties face reprisals and irrelevance.

Republican Officials Are Getting Awfully Quiet About Donald Trump

The same party leaders who condemned the Mar-a-Lago search have had a muted reaction to Merrick Garland’s special counsel announcement.

Video: Dispatch Live for November 22

Watch the video of our weekly livestreamed conversation.

Trump Is About to Wreck His Legacy

Something to be thankful for on Thanksgiving.

The Sweep: Digesting Turkey and Midterm Data

The Trump tax, ticket splitters, and early voting.

Special Counsel Taking Over Trump Investigations

Plus: Qatar's troubling road to the World Cup.

The Pennsylvania GOP’s Pushover Primary

Some Republicans in the Keystone State say this year’s election results show ‘how weak’ their party is.

Strength In Numbers

How a crowded 2024 primary field could hurt Trump.

By All Means, Investigate Everybody

Just be prepared for any outcome.

Democratic Divergence in the Old Obama Coalition

In this year’s midterms, Democrats held their own in North Carolina but got clobbered in Florida.

Are Republicans Ready for Change Yet?

The party is badly out of step with the electorate.

Our Best Stuff From a Busy Week on the Hill

Congressional Republicans choose their leaders.

Be Careful What You Covet

The wrong desires can drive you to ignore good advice and your own conscience.

The Very Online House Majority Logs On

Is politics about fan service or persuasion?

The End of the Pelosi Era

Plus: An interview with former House Speaker Paul Ryan.