By James Srodes - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"From the breaking news of the Navy Yard tragedy to the extraordinary journalistic talents and insights of colleagues like Andrew Harnik, Stephen Dinan and Peter Suderman, we're thrilled that we offered meaningful news coverage in 2013 to our readers and grateful that the VPA judges recognized this work as best in class," said John Solomon, editor and vice president for content and business development for The Times. "It's another sign of The Washington Times' resurgence in the content marketplace."
"Gen. Hayden is known as a broad-minded and independent thinker on military and intelligence matters. His columns will be must-reads inside and outside the Beltway," said John Solomon, Washington Times editor and vice president for content and business development.