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Cheryl K. Chumley

Cheryl K. Chumley

Cheryl Chumley is a continuous news writer for The Washington Times. Previously, she was part of the start-up team for The Washington Times' digital aggregation product, Times247. She's also a 2008-2009 Robert Novak journalism fellow with The Phillips Foundation. She can be reached at

Articles by Cheryl K. Chumley

Palestinian members of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attend the funeral of Maysara Abu Hamdiyeh in the West Bank city of Hebron, Thursday, April 4, 2013. Demonstrations first erupted across the West Bank on Tuesday over the death of a Palestinian prisoner who died from cancer. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

U.N. drops food aid after Palestinians storm depot

United Nations workers halted its food aid program Friday to 25,000 Gazan refugees, after Palestinian protesters stormed the global body's field office and demanded more money for the poor. Published April 5, 2013

"Wanted: Ted or Alive," a reality-based miniseries hosted by Ted Nugent on Monday, is the No. 1 show in its time period among midsize cable networks. (Provided by Ted Nugent)

Ted Nugent on U.N. gun grab: 'It is they who should be fearful'

Rebel rocking conservative Ted Nugent has some words of advice for politicos and patriots who are casting wary eyes at the United Nations' gun treaty: Don't worry about it. "As putrid and anti-American as the entire U.N. concept/agenda is we mean it. ... It is they who should be fearful," Mr. Nugent told WND. Published April 3, 2013

Hyundai, Kia recall 1.9M cars in U.S. markets

Hyundai Motor and its affiliate, Kia Motors, have recalled a combined 1.9 million cars and sport utility vehicles from U.S. markets for a couple of glitches that federal safety officials say could increase the risk for crash. Published April 3, 2013

Boston cabbies forced to pay bribes to drive

An investigation initiated by a Boston newspaper finds that cab drivers are forced to pay bribes and fees to fleet owners just for the right to drive and then, at the end of their shift, are forced to fill their taxis with gas purchased from the company's overpriced tanks. Published April 3, 2013

** FILE ** A tourist photographs an alien outside a T-shirt and souvenir shop in Roswell, N.M., in 2007. (Associated Press)

Conspiracy poll: 3 in 10 believe 'secretive power elite' runs government

Thirty percent of surveyed Americans think a behind-scenes force — a "secretive power elite," as the poll authors put it — is running the world's government. And what's more, one-fifth of Republicans believe President Obama just may be the anti-Christ, the poll says. Published April 3, 2013

Izzedine Al-Qassam Brigades militants carry a mock coffin of Maysara Abu Hamdiyeh in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. Abu Hamdiyeh, 64, who was serving a life sentence for his role in a foiled attempt to bomb a busy cafe in Jerusalem in 2002, died Tuesday of cancer in an Israeli jail. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

Israel, Gaza militants trade fire as cease-fire crumbles

Israel launched its first airstrike into the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip in nearly four months, and Gaza militants responded in kind, signaling the end of a cease-fire the two sides called in November. Published April 3, 2013