From Rachael Larimore, managing editor of The Dispatch, comes our Saturday morning roundup of work we’ve produced over the preceding week. While we think all of our stuff is worth reading, think of this as a best-of-the-best to help you catch up.
Congressional Republicans choose their leaders.
Republicans underperformed, and Donald Trump is taking the heat.
Where the polls stand, how election laws have changed, and more.
Nancy Pelosi’s husband is attacked in their home by an assailant.
We’re in the home stretch of the election.
New look, same great content.
An explosion takes out a portion of the bridge connecting Russia to Crimea.
Putin threatens nuclear weapons, tries to annex Ukrainian land, and Russian forces make a retreat.
Putin’s mobilization, national conservatism’s threat to religious freedom, and more.
A surprise campaign in the country’s northeast has Russian forces retreating.
Plus: a departure from politics to reflect on a summer of sports greatness.
Biden announces debt relief for student loans.
Liz Cheney loses, and we mark the one-year anniversary of the Afghanistan withdrawal.
The Democrats back Peter Meijer’s challenger in Michigan, and a pro-life referendum fails in Kansas.
Plus, it looks like the January 6 committee hearings might be changing hearts and minds.
Plus, a postmortem on the president’s Middle East trip.