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Front Page Podcast

Front Page Podcast

The Washington Times' Front Page podcast delivers our top news stories in an easy-to-listen format. Host George Gerbo brings you The Washington Times' front page stories five days a week in five minutes or less.

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Recent Stories

Masked pro-Russian armed militants guard a checkpoint with a Russian national flag on the right, blocking the major highway which links Kharkiv, outside Slovyansk, Ukraine, on May 24, 2014. Russia's present demands are based on Putin's purported long sense of grievance and his rejection of Ukraine and Belarus as truly separate, sovereign countries but rather as part of a Russian linguistic and Orthodox motherland. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, File)

West slams reports of Russian plan for puppet government in Ukraine

- The Washington Times

Moscow plans to force out Ukraine's political leaders and install a pro-Russian puppet regime in Kyiv, British officials said over the weekend, as the West desperately tries to stave off war in Eastern Europe at a moment when Russian action against its neighbor seems all but inevitable.

Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi waves to media following a meeting with center-right leaders in Rome, on Dec. 23, 2021. Former premier Silvio Berlusconi has bowed out of Italy’s presidential election set for next week. (Roberto Monaldo/LaPresse via AP, File)

Bye-bye, bunga-bunga? Berlusconi drops Italian presidential bid on eve of vote

Irrepressible populist billionaire and four-time Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi bowed out over the weekend from a long-shot race to be Italy's next president, a capstone to a remarkable career checkered by accusations of corruption, mob links and policy U-turns while making "bunga bunga" a globally recognized term for high-living and political excess.