The Morning Dispatch

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Another Primary, Another Trump Victory

Donald Trump wins the South Carolina primary, adding 47 more delegates to his count.

War in Ukraine, Two Years Later

Wavering U.S. support leaves Ukraine undergunned in its conflict with Russia.

Farmers Protest Across Europe

Narrowing profit margins and stifling regulations are pushing Europe’s farmers to the brink.

Showdown in South Carolina

Donald Trump and Nikki Haley get personal ahead of Saturday’s primary contest.

Do Svidaniya, Alexei Navalny

Plus: A look at the ruling in the New York fraud case against former President Donald Trump.

Happy Presidents’ Day

The weekend news roundup, and a message from George Washington.

Impeaching Mayorkas: Take Two

House Republicans made a historic statement about the border crisis. Now what?

Trump’s Latest NATO Threats

The former president has ramped up his rhetoric against the alliance on the campaign trail. Should he be taken literally?

The Ticking Debt Clock

The latest CBO report shows the national debt is skyrocketing—and projected to only get worse.

Israel’s War Against Hamas Continues

The IDF plans to take the tunnels under Rafah as the country grapples with the tunnel under UNRWA HQ.

A Shake-Up in Ukraine

Can new leadership in the Ukrainian military help to turn the tides of war?

Trump Likely Not Going Anywhere

The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Colorado’s case to remove Donald Trump from the ballot.

Special Counsel’s Report Puts Biden’s Age Center Stage

Robert Hur describes the president as a ‘well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.’

Pakistan at the Polls

With the leading candidate in prison, Pakistanis vote in an election seemingly controlled by the country’s military.

Senate Whiffs on Immigration Reform

After months of negotiations, the bipartisan immigration reform and Ukraine aid deal falls apart.

Labeling the Third-Party Movement

No Labels seeks to do what no third-party White House bid in recent memory has achieved—win.