The Washington Times' latest subscriber-only events featuring Charlie Hurt, Cheryl Chumley, Guy Taylor, Ben Wolfgang, Alex Swoyer, Susan Ferrechio, Seth McLaughlin and Martin Di Caro.
November 22 marks the 60th anniversary of a dark day in American history. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. University of Virginia Miller Center historian Ken Hughes discusses his new research revealing President Kennedy's central role in the coup that toppled a U.S. ally in Southeast Asia.
George Gerbo, host of the Front Page Podcast, Susan Ferrechio, national politics reporter, and Seth McLaughlin, national politics reporter, sit down to discuss the third GOP primary debate and what it means for the 2024 presidential election.
Where does the current field of Republican candidates stand on matters of foreign policy? Washington Times national security reporters Ben Wolfgang and Guy Taylor discuss what we learned during the second Republican presidential primary debate.
Tune in as Washington Times political reporters Susan Ferrechio and Seth McLaughlin as they join Front Page Podcast host George Gerbo for a debate debrief from Tuesday's first Republican presidential debate.
History As It Happens podcast host Martin Di Caro interviews George Washington University historian Denver Brunsman about why the American Revolution continues to occupy a primordial place in our collective consciousness.
The Iraq War: Origins of Disaster. History As It Happens podcast host Martin Di Caro interviews Melvyn Leffler, a preeminent scholar of U.S. foreign policy, about why the U.S. went to war in 2003. LefflerÔÇÖs new book is ÔÇťConfronting Saddam Hussein: George W. Bush and the Invasion of Iraq."
On October 22, 2022, Martin Di Caro, host of the Washington Times' ÔÇťHistory As It HappensÔÇŁ podcast, talked to David Silverman, George Washington University history professor and author of "This Land is Their Land," about challenges educators face when teaching about colonialism and the first Thanksgiving. This conversation was also featured on C-SPAN's '"American History TV."
On November 1, 2022, Washington Times commentary editor Kelly Sadler and Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley interviewed Republican candidate for Arizona governor Kari Lake, former governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee, and chief pollster and founder of The Trafalgar Group Robert Cahaly. These interviews shared midterm predictionsÔÇöthe third in a series of election videos from The Washington Times.
On October 18, 2022, Washington Times political reporters Susan Ferrechio and Seth McLaughlin joined Front Page Podcast host George Gerbo for a midterm election preview, focusing on key races across the country and the issues that drive the voters in those districts. The second in a series of election videos from The Washington Times politics team.
On October 4, 2022, Washington Times political reporters Susan Ferrechio and Seth McLaughlin joined Front Page Podcast host George Gerbo for a midterm election preview, focusing on key races across the country and the issues that drive the voters in those districts. The first in a series of election videos from The Washington Times politics team.
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.
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."
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?"
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.
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.
On February 11, 2022, Martin Di Caro, host of the ÔÇťHistory As It HappensÔÇŁ 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."
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.
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.
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.
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.
On July 21, 2021, this subscriber-only event featured The Washington TImes' Online Opinion Editor Cheryl Chumley discussing ways to reel back socialism in America.
On June 17, 2021, this subscriber-only event gave readers a chance to ask The Washington Times' Opinion Editor Charles Hurt a question.