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The Washington Times' Subscriber Only Events

The Washington Times' latest subscriber-only events featuring Charlie Hurt, Cheryl Chumley, Guy Taylor, Ben Wolfgang and Alex Swoyer.



Politically Unstable: A conversation with Kelly Sadler and former acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf

Politically Unstable: A conversation with Kelly Sadler and former acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf

In this subscriber-only video event, The Washington Times' Politically Unstable podcast takes a look at Biden's border crisis with former acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf.


A SCOTUS Brief with Alex Swoyer

A SCOTUS Brief with Alex Swoyer

On June 2, 2022, Washington Times legal affairs reporter Alex Swoyer held an exclusive subscriber-only conversation on which cases the Supreme Court of the United States is presiding over and what opinions will be handed down this session. And get the inside scoop on the leaked draft opinion that was poised to overturn Roe v. Wade."



History As It Happens: A conversation on Ukraine with Michael Kimmage of Catholic University

History As It Happens: A conversation on Ukraine with Michael Kimmage of Catholic University

On May 20, 2022, Martin Di Caro, host of the "History As It Happens" podcast, spoke with Catholic University historian Michael Kimmmage about U.S.-Russia relations and the road to war in Ukraine. Did the Cold War really end? Are we witnessing the wars of Soviet succession, as some historians call it? Chechnya, Georgia, Ukraine?"

Lockdown: Cheryl Chumley book launch preview

Lockdown: Cheryl Chumley book launch preview

Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley shares an exclusive subscriber-only preview of her new book, "Lockdown: The Socialist Plan to Take Away Your Freedom." Get behind-the-scenes insights into why the leftists don't want the coronavirus to end, and where they're going to next exert their controls.


Inside the Ukraine Invasion with Dan Hoffman

Inside the Ukraine Invasion with Dan Hoffman

A Washington Times special interview on the Ukraine invasion with former CIA station chief in Moscow, Dan Hoffman. Hosted by Washington Times national security team leader Guy Taylor and military correspondent Ben Wolfgang.



History As It Happens; A conversation with Georgetown University historian Michael Kazin

A conversation with Georgetown University historian Michael Kazin

On February 11, 2022, Martin Di Caro, host of the “History As It Happens” podcast, talked to Georgetown University professor Michael Kazin about the history of the Democratic Party. Kazin discusses his new book, "What It Took To Win," which is about the history of the Democratic Party from its 19th-century origins to the present. This conversation was also featured on C-SPAN's '"American History TV."

Inside the Ukraine Crisis with David Satter

Inside the Ukraine Crisis with David Satter

A Washington Times special interview on the Ukraine crisis with author and Russia scholar David Satter, hosted by Washington Times national security team leader Guy Taylor and military correspondent Ben Wolfgang.





A conversation on Biden's global challenges in the coming year

A conversation on Biden's global challenges in the coming year

On November 30, 2021, in this subscriber-exclusive event, Washington Times national security reporters Guy Taylor and Ben Wolfgang discuss the challenges for President Biden on the global stage and answer questions from readers.




A Conversation on National Security

History As It Happens: A conversation with James Grossman of the American Historical Association

Across the country, parents are challenging school administrators over what is being taught in history classes. AHA's James Grossman joined History As It Happens host Martin Di Caro to discuss the importance of teaching "divisive concepts" about the nation's past.


A Conversation on National Security

A Conversation on National Security

On Sep 22, 2021, in this subscriber-only event, Washington Times' national security reporters Guy Taylor and Ben Wolfgang discussed the State Department, Pentagon and U.S. intelligence and answered readers questions.