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Metro Briefs: Nats, District agree on back rent

The Washington Nationals baseball team has agreed to pay the District back rent for use of the new Nationals Park stadium, according to a joint statement Saturday by city and stadium officials. Published October 19, 2008

CHAT 1 PM: Ask Zuckerman about Nats

Mark Zuckerman of The Washington Times will be here at 1 p.m. for his weekly chat about the Washington Nationals Published September 17, 2008

VIDEO: Birnbaum on RNC's decision

Watch Managing Editor Jeffrey H. Birnbaum's commentary on the RNC's decision to scale back the 2008 convention in the wake of Hurricane Gustav. Published August 31, 2008

Republicans trim down convention for storm

The Republicans are making plans to convert their usual quadrennial celebration into a bare-bones affair in deference to the hurricane bearing down on the Gulf Coast. Published August 31, 2008

Live Chat: Mark Zuckerman

Washington Nationals beat writer Mark Zuckerman of The Washington Times will stop by at 1 p.m. to answer your questions. Published August 27, 2008

Chat transcript: Mark Zuckerman

Angry Nationals fans came loaded with questions, and beat writer Mark Zuckerman had answers. Published August 20, 2008

Hunter's Big Picture - 3 Ages of China

In Alex Hunter's "Big Picture - 3 Ages of China," fourth-grader Declan C. Phipps catches Olympic fever and gives us 2,000 years of Chinese history on one page. Published August 17, 2008

United game postponed

Because of a power outage at RFK Stadium, Tuesday's match between D.C. United and the Houston Dynamo has been postponed. Published July 22, 2008

Inside the Story/Rick Amato radio show

At 4 p.m. today, host Rick Amato gets the story behind the story directly from the newsmakers and The Washington Times' award-winning journalists. Published July 8, 2008

One-course towns

Nine small towns in Maryland and Virginia with serious golf courses Published July 6, 2008


Join John Solomon, executive editor of The Washington Times, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 1, to chat about recent innovations at the paper, including the redesigned print edition, the new electronic edition and the enhanced Web site. Published June 30, 2008

AT&T has few stars

Most of world's top golfers have chosen to skip next week's AT&T National. Published June 28, 2008

Experts track rare woodpecker

For the past three years, researchers in camouflage and waders have slogged through the east Arkansas woods hoping to spot a rare bird that so far seems unwilling to be seen. Published June 25, 2008

Two Guys in a Newsroom -- June 16

Ralph Z. Hallow and Don Lambro reveal the real -- and agonizingly simple -- cause of $4-plus per gallon gasoline on their Two Guys in the Newsroom viedo today on today's Washington Times. Democrats and, yes, John McCain -- striking his usual All-Green All the Time pose -- have been blocking domestic production of oil from America's own vast reserves in Alaska, in the deep ocean waters off our Continental Shelf and from the hundreds of millions of barrels of oil reserves in shale deposits right here in the U.S. of A. Published June 16, 2008

Grunfeld raps Blatche

Forward arrested for reckless driving, driving with a suspended license. Published June 6, 2008