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  • The Washington Times will begin offering unique, partnered content with the Redskins this season. (The washington times)

    Washington Times strikes content and marketing partnership with Redskins

    The Washington Times and the Washington Redskins announced a unique partnership that will make the newspaper a content and marketing partner of the team.

  • Rep. Blake Farenthold, Texas Republican, has begun a House hearing on a series of scandals involving senior executives. (Associated Press)

    Series of federal scandals taint Senior Executive Service

    Created under President Carter, the Senior Executive Service was designed to promote the best and brightest in federal government to transform the nation's bureaucracy, but a series of scandals is prompting congressional lawmakers to question whether the elite cadre of the federal workers is living up to its promise.

  • Christine O'Donnell

    CHRISTINE O'DONNELL: Get to know the real me!

    When I was first presented with this opportunity to write for the Washington Times, I was honored and eager to get started. It's not that I think so highly of my own opinion that I believe it'll save the planet in 600-800 words per week. Rather, this is an opportunity for you to get to know me, the real me, in my own words. And I hope to get know you, as well.

  • The Times launches new digital magazine: American CurrentSee

    The Washington Times on Thursday launches American CurrentSee, a free weekly digital magazine for conservative black Americans. The magazine, available at www.americancurrentsee.com, aims to empower its readers to embrace an agenda of economic opportunity, moral leadership and freedom from government dependency.

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: More overtime rules enrich Obama

    The Washington Times' editorial board notes that the Obama administration is poised to introduce "new and murkier definitions of overtime eligibility" that will "stifle job growth" and reduce "flexibility and hours" for workers ("Working overtime to stifle job growth," Comment & Analysis, March 17).

  • Classes, siren tests mark weather preparation week

    In Daviess County, you don't have to look far to see examples of what severe weather can do to a home. The community is still showing the effects of an EF-2 tornado that came through the area last November and damaged more than 100 homes and businesses.

  • Armstrong Williams

    FCC targets black conservative in TV station fight

    For years, the Federal Communications Commission has allowed TV stations to execute joint operating agreements allowing themselves to outsource tasks such as advertising sales to group owners with more resources.

  • Press to launch button for the new Washingtontimes.com

    The Washington Times launches exciting move into radio, podcasts

    The Washington Times launches exciting move into radio.

  • Officials: Rebuilding slow in storm-tossed city

    More than three months after a tornado caused heavy damage in southwestern Indiana, local officials fear a neighborhood ravaged by the storm could end up as a blighted area now that rebuilding efforts appear to have stalled.

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