The Morning Dispatch
Every weekday James Scimecca, Mary Trimble, and Grayson Logue provide an essential news briefing—along with original reporting and analysis on the biggest stories.
An update on the goings on in the South China Sea.
The one where the candidates lost the plot.
The debate about the supplemental funding plan goes off the rails.
Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthis attack commercial vessels and Western interests.
Plus: Remembering Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
Remembering America’s most (in)famous diplomat.
Is it the quantity or quality of retiring members of Congress that really matters?
A wild few days at OpenAI exposed fault lines in the world of tech.
What led to the largest riot in Ireland in decades.
Plus: A look at the presidential election in Argentina.
Some news, some food, and a whole lot to be thankful for.
Despite the malaise, the U.S. economy continues to defy expectations.
Has Ukraine’s war against Russia turned into a stalemate?
The legal case against the president’s son heats up.
Joe Biden and Xi Jinping reunite in California.
Speaker Mike Johnson’s ‘laddered’ continuing resolution passes the House with bipartisan support.