Reagan biographer Craig Shirley pushed back Sunday against a request for an unconditional release by John Hinckley Jr., who sought in 1981 to assassinate President Ronald Reagan.
Donald Trump slammed Mitch McConnell and Mike Pence on Saturday for giving up too easily on Republicans’ fight to overturn the 2020 election results.
The Washington Capitals traded defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler to the New Jersey Devils on Sunday, receiving a 2021 third-round pick in return.
Pro-marijuana advocates applauded Virginia legalizing recreational pot, but critics say that the further decriminalization of cannabis could worsen the U.S. drug crisis.
President Biden’s COVID-19 stimulus package excludes White farmers from $5 billion in debt relief offered to non-White farmers (“Biden stimulus earmark for only non-White farmers blasted as racism,” Page I, April 1).
I was brought up Roman Catholic. I was baptized as an infant to be absolved of original sin. What sin I had perpetrated, I could never completely understand. Later in life, it was vaguely explained to me. I accepted it and was grateful for being forgiven.
Since the Jan. 6 incursion into the U.S. Capitol, The Washington Times has repeatedly used inflammatory rhetoric to characterize the event. Calling the criminality “an insurrection,” writing that “the riot left five people dead,” describing the event as a “deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol,” etc., was not in keeping with the facts known at the time of printing, but did serve to paint a consistent (and false) narrative.
Aaron Wilson, the Houston Chronicles’ Texans beat reporter, is no longer working for the newspaper after comments he made on a Boston radio show, according to Defector.
As Tony Finau waited around for Saturday’s lengthy weather delay during Saturday’s third round of the Master Tournament, the golfer received a surprise.