Jessica Chasmar | Stories - Washington Times
Skip to content

Jessica Chasmar

Jessica Chasmar

Jessica Chasmar is a continuous news writer for The Washington Times, covering topics on culture and politics. Originally from Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Jessica graduated from the University of Florida where she received a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in mass communication.

During her time at University of Florida, she worked as an associate editor for The Gainesville Sun and interned at Entercom Communications. In 2011, she was part of the start-up team for The Washington Times' digital aggregation product, Times247. She can be reached at jchasmar@washingtontimes.com.

Articles by Jessica Chasmar

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses a meeting of local administrators at his palace in Ankara, Turkey, Wedesday, Feb. 10, 2016. Erdogan has ratcheted up his criticism of the United States for not recognizing Syrian Kurdish forces as "terrorists," saying Washington's lack of knowledge of the groups operating in the region had led to bloodshed. Turkey considers the Kurdish Democratic Union Party, or PYD, which are affiliated with Turkey's own Kurdish rebels as a terrorist group.(Yasin Bulbul/Presidential Press Service, Pool via AP)

Turkey's Erdogan rips U.S. for supporting Syrian Kurd rebels

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized the United States for its support of Syrian Kurdish PYD rebels, accusing Washington of creating a "pool of blood" in the region for failing to recognize the groups as terrorists. Published February 10, 2016

Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly; image from file photos. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Megyn Kelly pens op-ed on 'how to deal with haters'

Fox News host Megyn Kelly has penned an op-ed giving advice on "how to deal with the haters" following her very public feud with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. Published February 9, 2016

A group of Christian employees have accused NASA of violating their First Amendment rights after allegedly banning the word "Jesus" from the Johnson Space Center newsletter. (Wikipedia)

NASA accused of banning 'Jesus'

A group of Christian employees have accused NASA of violating their First Amendment rights after allegedly banning the word "Jesus" from the Johnson Space Center newsletter. Published February 9, 2016