"Freedom, family, faith: Celebrating 40 years of The Washington Times" is a Special Commemorative Anniversary Edition supplement to The Washington Times.
This six-part series from The Washington Times takes an in-depth look at where we stand, two years into the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest news, medal counts, schedule, photos and videos from the Beijing Winter Olympics 2022.
Washington Times sports reporters Matthew Paras, Jacob Calvin Meyer, and George Gerbo get together bi-weekly for a discussion on the latest storylines, details, and trends in the world of D.C. sports.
The latest news, medal counts, schedule, photos and videos from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Summer Games.
Latest updates and news on the American Conservative Union's 2021 Political Action Conference (CPAC) held in Orlando, Florida.
Read the top stories and columns of the year, including Washington Times Editorials, Charlie Hurt and Cheryl Chumley.
Washington Times columnist Cheryl K. Chumley is biking the battleground, visiting 14 states in 14 days to hear what real Americans think of the 2020 election.
The latest news and commentary on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Americans professing no religious affiliation are now nearly a quarter of the population, and as of this year they have overtaken Catholics and Protestants to become the single largest group on the religious landscape. It’s playing out in the pews, where church attendance is down, and it’s playing out more broadly in American public life, where those of faith — and particularly Christians — say they feel increasingly marginalized.
Zadzooks 2021 Holiday Gift Guide is your source for the latest news and reviews of the best electronics, toys, video games, Blu-ray, DVD and gift ideas for the entire family this holiday season.
A look inside America's opioid epidemic: How it is impacting our communities, and what medical professionals and policymakers are doing to stamp out the addiction.
Read on brave souls as Count Zad proclaims this year's mandatory haunted horror attractions for the 2019 Halloween season.
Artificial Intelligence stays mired in the average person's mind as something of a science fiction-type character, but A.I. is not one and the same as a robot. Simply put, AI is everywhere. It's guiding GPS and Google Maps. It's on Facebook. It's in Google.
The latest news, medal counts, schedule, photos and videos from the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics Winter Games.
This is an occasional series examining Russian President Vladimir Putin's motives and actions as tensions in U.S.-Russia relations heighten.
Thirty-five years later, some would say the miracle is that The Washington Times has survived at all, let alone thrived both as a daily newspaper and — through WashingtonTimes.com — a powerful, conservative online presence, in an age when publications of the left, right and center have been falling by the wayside at an alarming rate.
The latest updates and schedule for the 2017 Presidential Inauguration of Donald J. Trump held in Washington, D.C., the week of Jan. 20, including background on the inaugural parade, inaugural balls and galas, swearing-in ceremony and inaugural address.
All President Donald J. Trump, all the time. This is your ultimate guide. If it's happening in his administration, you'll find it here.
The war against the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization will go on long after President Obama leaves office. In a weeklong series of articles and interviews, Washington Times correspondents Guy Taylor, Carlos Muñoz and Rowan Scarborough report from the front lines of the military, counterterrorism and policy fights that will determine the fate of the struggle against the Islamic State.
The latest news, medal counts, schedule, photos and videos from the 2016 Rio Olympic Summer Games.
The latest news, photos, video and opinion coverage of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, P.A.
The latest news, photos, video and opinion coverage of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
Faith at Work: Individual Purpose, Flourishing Communities is a Special Report sponsored by Institute for Faith, Work & Economics and prepared by The Washington Times Advocacy Department.
The latest information on the Paris terror attacks and the fight against the Islamic State.
The latest information on the Korean-American alliance as South Korean President Park Geun-hye visits the United States.
Pope Francis is spending 10 days visiting Cuba and the United States, including a stop at the U.S. Congress, his first visit there since becoming pontiff in 2013.
The latest news and analysis of the Washington Commanders season.
The Washington Times and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation pay tribute to Wounded Warrior Caregivers each day during the entire month of May.
Winning Immigration at the Grassroots is a special report featuring commentary from Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Wesley Pruden, Ernest Istook, Thomas M. Hodgson, Dan Stein and Roy Beck.
The latest news from Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting teenager Michael Brown.
Conservative solutions for immigration reform featuring commentary from Ben Carson, Sen. Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, Gov. Susana Martinez, Grover Norquist, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, John Engler, Thomas J. Donahue, Jay Timmons and Alex Nowrasteh.
A 50th anniversary look at the conservative legacy of Barry Goldwater and his 1964 presidential run.
Find the latest results, news and debate on the 2014 midterm elections covering the Senate, House and Governors' races.
Find the latest news, issues, analysis and debate on the 2014 midterm elections including prospects for GOP governors only in The Washington Times.
Find the latest news and debate on the Republicans taking back control of the Senate in 2014.
Read the latest news and opinion on traditional marriage and the 2014 March for Marriage.
The Washington Times has teamed up with the Augusta Chronicle to deliver the latest news and analysis on the 2014 Masters Tournament held April 7-13 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga.
Latest news and analysis from organizations representing the Tea Party movement
The latest updates and schedule for the 2013 Presidential Inauguration held in Washington, D.C., the week of Jan. 21, including background on the inaugural parade, inaugural balls and galas, swearing-in ceremony and inaugural address.
The latest updates and debate on the 113th Congress covering key issues such as immigration, defense, cybersecurity and taxes along with demographics, historical data and biographies of the newest members of the Senate and House of Representatives.
The latest news, analysis and opinion about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
A blend of a downgraded hurricane mixed with two other storms, Superstorm Sandy created an unprecedented weather event that left many dead and millions without power on the East Coast. The Washington Times offers the latest news, photos and videos of the wind, snow, rain and flooding as residents begin to clean up and rebuild in the aftermath of the 2012 Frankenstorm.
Exclusive video and news coverage of The Washington Times' 30th Anniversary Gala and the Family, Faith, Freedom and Service Symposium held October 2, 2012 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
Remembering the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church.
The latest news, medal counts, schedule, photos and videos from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Honoring the 70th Anniversary of the World War II Battle of Midway, a turning point in Pacific naval campaign against the Japanese, The Washington Times salutes the efforts of American code-breakers, sailors, marines and pilots through exclusive news and videos.
Latest news, photos and videos of the 25th Anniversary of Rolling Thunder, a gathering that brings veterans and bikers to Washington, D.C., every Memorial Day weekend to demonstrate for prisoner of war/missing in action awareness and veterans rights. The Washington Times — Official Newspaper of Rolling Thunder Inc.
As the NASA Space Shuttle Program comes to an end, follow The Washington Times' historical coverage of the retirement and relocation of its spacecraft to museums across the US.
Honoring the 70th anniversary of Doolittle's Tokyo Raid in 2012, The Washington Times provides exclusive reunion multimedia coverage interviewing the last five surviving members of the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders: Tom Griffin, Ed Saylor, Dick Cole, Robert Hite and David Thatcher.