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Biden admin used counterterrorism powers against parents without cause: House Judiciary report
The Biden administration had "no legitimate basis" to deploy federal counterterrorism resources against parents who protested against local education officials, according to an interim report on Attorney General Merrick Garland's 2021 school boards memo relea…
Special Section: The Rebellion Podcast
Washington Times Opinion contributor Everett Piper shares his daily insights and analysis on the news of the day. “In times of universal deceit, Truth is the only rebellion left.”
Joe Biden travels the world, except to East Palestine, Ohio
President Biden has made 14 trips across the U.S. and the globe over the past seven weeks, but none have been to East Palestine, Ohio -- the site of a train derailment that spilled toxic chemicals into the community -- despite repeated promises to do so.
Special Section: Bold & Blunt Podcast
Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley brings her no-holds-barred take on the big issues of the day.
Special Section: History As It Happens Podcast
This is a podcast for people who want to think historically about current events. History As It Happens, hosted by award-winning broadcaster Martin Di Caro, features interviews with today’s top scholars and thinkers, interwoven with audio from history’s archi…
Japan's Fumio Kishida makes surprise Kyiv trip while China's Xi visits Moscow
Japanese prime ministers are not known for stealing the spotlight, but Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Tuesday managed to upstage Chinese leader Xi Jinping during his high-profile summit in Russia, making a surprise visit to Kyiv for talks with President Volo…
The influencers are coming, the influencers are coming: TikTok pushes lobbying ahead of Hill fight
TikTok is mobilizing a cadre of influencers to descend on Washington and persuade lawmakers not to kill the China-founded app's operation ahead of CEO Shou Zi Chew's testimony in the House on Thursday.
Pentagon's legal woes over COVID vaccine mandate persist
At the height of the global pandemic, the Pentagon in August 2021 decreed that all U.S. troops must get the COVID-19 vaccine, then launched a logistical push to get the shot to every service member stationed anywhere in the world.