The Morning Dispatch
An essential daily news roundup, TMD includes a brief look at important stories of the day and original reporting and analysis from The Dispatch team, along with recommendations for deeper reading and some much-needed humor in these often fraught times.
Unemployment just hit its lowest level in more than half a century.
The College Board revised its African American Studies course after pushback spearheaded by the Florida governor.
Workers are taking to the streets by the millions to oppose a plan to raise France’s retirement age.
Prosecutors allege former counterintelligence agent Charles McGonigal took large sums of money from foreign nationals.
As new details of the violent arrest emerge, lawmakers weigh what can be done at the federal level.
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Recent document security breaches bring attention to America’s over-classification problem.
Sweden and Finland still want to join the alliance, but Turkey stands squarely in the way.
Senators accused the ticket giant and its owner, Live Nation, of monopolistic practices.
Biden prepares to navigate the remainder of his term and a reelection campaign without his longtime aide.
In a tight labor market, many U.S. employers are dropping four-year college degree requirements.
Germany continues to hold up transfers of Western-made battle tanks to Ukraine.
Beijing reported population decline for the first time in decades—the long-term economic impact could prove painful.
Lawmakers gear up for yet another fight over raising the debt limit.
Former prosecutor Robert Hur will head the investigation into Biden’s classified documents case.
“All Americans must enlist in a crusade finally to make the race question an ugly relic of a dark past.”