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Carleton Bryant

Carleton Bryant

Carleton Bryant is the assistant managing editor for strategic planning and development/special projects for The Washington Times. He previously served as The Times' Metropolitan desk editor, Features desk editor and an assistant National desk editor, as well as a National and Metropolitan reporter. He currently writes a humor blog and weekly humor column — both titled "Out of Context" — and helps produce The Times' nationally syndicated radio show, "America's Morning News." He is a Navy veteran and a Catholic school survivor. He lives in Maryland with his wife and their two children. He can be found at LinkedIn.com, Facebook and Twitter (user name: nittwit7000).

Articles by Carleton Bryant

The bodies of Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, their son Philip and Veralicia Figueroa were found May 14, 2015, after their Northwest home had been set ablaze. (Associated Press)

'Mansion murders' suspect guilty in quadruple killing

The sole suspect in the 2015 deaths of a family and their housekeeper in Northwest Washington was found guilty Thursday of all charges against him in D.C. Superior Court, media outlets reported. Published October 25, 2018

FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the University of Maryland Police Department, Sean Urbanski. Urbanski, arrested in a fatal stabbing at the University of Maryland that has been under investigation as a possible hate crime has been indicted on a murder charge. (University of Maryland Police Department via AP, File)

Sean Urbanski faces murder charges for fatal campus stabbing

A Prince George's County grand jury handed up a murder indictment against a white University of Maryland student accused of the on-campus stabbing of a black Bowie State University student in May, the county's top prosecutor said Thursday. Published July 13, 2017

Prince's inimitable musical style blended together elements of gospel, rock, funk, jazz and blues, passed through his own unique prism, to create an aesthetic that was adored and imitated the world over. (Associated Press photographs)

Prince's purple reign changed music

It's hard to find the right or apt context to discuss Prince's contribution to pop culture, not because of all the things he was but because of the things he wasn't. Published April 21, 2016