Oct 4, 2022
On today's Front Page: Ukraine recaptured more of its territory from Russian forces, the Supreme Court will take up cases that determine whether internet companies are shielded from liability over the way they promote content to their users, and more.
Sep 12, 2022
On today's Front Page: The United Kingdom will begin a week of public mourning for Queen Elizabeth II with a service of prayer and reflection, some of the most violent crimes domestically are carried out by young Americans, and more.
Feb 16, 2022
IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig acknowledged this week that the tax agency faces “enormous challenges” in providing service this year, but he said taxpayers should direct their anger at Congress for not providing enough money. Stephen Dinan joins Andy Parks with more on how the IRS says the pandemic took a toll but...
Feb 16, 2022
First up, Andy takes a look at the Durham probe and Hillary Clinton, and the rest of the headlines from this week. And then, Washington Times foreign affairs reporter Ben Wolfgang joins Andy with the latest on the situation between Russia and Ukraine. As Ben reports, war felt a little less inevitable Tuesday as...
Feb 9, 2022
Washington Times White House reporter Jeff Mordock checks in with Andy with the latest, including Secret Service agents rushed second gentleman Douglas Emhoff out of an event at Dunbar High School in Washington on Tuesday after a ‘security threat” was reported at the school. And then, desperate to revive his...