Team Canada and Team USA members, with their families, pose with the Invictus Games flag at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, on Tuesday. (Photos by Laura Kelly/The Washington Times)
Dr. LaQuandra S. Nesbitt (left) said while HIV cases are decreasing in the District, eliminating the stigma associated with the disease will push people to get tested. (Laura Kelly/The Washington Times)
Former Al Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fawzi (let) and Mohamed Fahmy speak at a press conference in Washington, D.C., on Thursday about their lawsuit against Al Jazeera, charging the network with negligence, breach of contract and misrepresentation. (Laura Kelly/The Washington Times)
Members of Israel's Knesset speak Monday at a roundtable discussion with leaders of the major Jewish communities in the U.S. during the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference Policy Conference in Washington, D.C.
Photo by Laura Kelly/The Washington Times
A stack of copies of The Washington Times are spread out across a desk. The sports staff of the newspaper was recently recognized for excellence in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors writing awards. (Courtesy photo)
International law specialists Tara Helfman, Brian Hook (center) and John Yoo examined the record of the International Criminal Court as part of The Washington Times Ronald Reagan Thought Leadership Series in Simi Valley, California. (Scott steepleton/Special to the Washington Times)
A Washington Times story about top Republicans such as Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker skipping the Iowa straw poll triggered a move by Craig Williams, a member of the state party's central committee, to rally to save the poll. (Associated Press)