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- Obama mulls support for Islamists in Syria, with conditions
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Costco faces fresh ridicule after a Los Angeles Times columnist caught another Southern California location selling Ron Burgundy's book, a memoir by the fictional "Anchorman" character played by Will Ferrell, in the non-fiction section, just weeks after the wholesaler made headlines for labeling Bibles as fiction.
Just weeks after MSNBC host Martin Bashir issued a foul attack against former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on his show, the outspoken progressive announced he is resigning from the troubled network.
Mike Shanahan explained the controversy late in Washington's loss to New York: "I said I wanted a measurement and they said, 'No, you don't have to. It's a first down.'" More here.
Five questions Washington Times writer Brian McNally has heading into Washington's Sunday night game against the New York Giants
I was hoping that Washington Times reporter Ben Wolfgang would have mentioned the incredible Alfred E. Neuman-caliber strangeness of former President Bill Clinton receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom from Nobel Peace Prize recipient Barack Obama ("Obama, Clinton hide tension behind smiles at medal ceremony," Web, Nov. 20). President Obama will probably also receive the Medal of Freedom someday, for his tireless efforts to impose the sadly laughable and illegal Obamacare, unwanted by the majority of Americans, upon his fellow citizens.
The Washington Times and regional sports network Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic on Monday announced a strategic partnership that will significantly increase the newspaper's sports coverage and deliver Comcast SportsNet's digital media content to additional platforms and audiences.
In a unique battlefield commendation, a Marine Corps member of Delta Force has been awarded the nation's second highest military honor for coming to the defense of Americans last year at a CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya.
Average, everyday Americans were profoundly touched by President John F. Kennedy's assassination — many remembering exactly where they were and what they were doing when they heard the news that president has been killed.
The Chinese government is now demanding an apology for a segment of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in which four children joked about killing everyone in China so the United States won't have to pay back its debt.
A lingering mystery in the August 2011 helicopter crash that killed 30 U.S. servicemen in Afghanistan is why some bodies were cremated and some were not.
The Washington Times unveiled Friday its new National Digital Edition targeted to its growing national audience and specifically designed to work on smartphones and tablets.
The number of homeless students has raised to record 1.1 million, according to new data from the U.S. Department of Education. States with the highest increase of homeless children include North Dakota, Maine and North Carolina.
A Homeland Security Department whistleblower says one of its agencies is skimping on background checks of U.S. companies seeking to participate in a program that gives green cards to high-dollar foreign investors — potentially compromising national security.
Lakisha Gaither shot a gun into the air to stop a fight involving her teenage daughter. That, no one disputes.
I tried recently to comment about a column on the Times website, but I found I could not do so. It appears they allow comments on only 17 articles each day. Moderators reject posts for being "inflammatory," including material considered off topic, name-calling, profanity ...