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The Washington Times Front Page Podcast delivers real, trusted news you want to hear in five minutes or less, five days a week. Find all these stories and more at washingtontimes.com/podcasts.

The Washington Times Front Page Podcast delivers real, trusted news you want to hear in five minutes or less, five days a week. Find all these stories and more at washingtontimes.com/podcasts.

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The Washington Times Front Page Podcast delivers real, trusted news you want to hear in five minutes or less, five days a week. Find all these stories and more at washingtontimes.com/podcasts.

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@WashTimes

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English

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202-636-3000


Episodes

April 9, 2021

4/9/2021
On today's Front Page: The White House is downplaying the prospects of major gun control legislation passing Congress this year, the Department of Homeland Security says nearly 19,000 unaccompanied children were captured jumping the southern U.S. border in March, breaking the previous record, and more.

Duration:00:04:09

April 8, 2021

4/8/2021
On today's Front Page: President Biden says he’s willing to scale back a proposed corporate tax increase in his infrastructure plan, Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis’ stock is up as he pushes back against a “60 Minutes" hit-piece, the cicadas are coming soon, and more.

Duration:00:04:39

April 7, 2021

4/7/2021
On today's Front Page: Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says he’s preparing to take on sanctuary cities, the White House is distancing itself from Major League Baseball’s decision to move this year’s All-Star Game out of Atlanta, the Pentagon is ramping up its war against an enemy declared “territorially defeated” two years ago - ISIS, and more.

Duration:00:05:00

April 6, 2021

4/6/2021
On today's Front Page: Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tells agency employees he may restart wall construction along the southern U.S. border, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas issues a warning to technology companies, the Senate parliamentarian rules that Democrats can use the budget reconciliation process on two more pieces of legislation this year, and more.

Duration:00:03:59

April 5, 2021

4/5/2021
On today's Front Page: A spike in homicides from 2020 is extending into this year, with cities that trimmed police budgets seeing some of the largest upticks, China is stepping up provocative activities targeting U.S. allies in Asia in recent days, and more.

Duration:00:04:14

April 2, 2021

4/2/2021
On today's Front Page: The Virginia Supreme Court rules that the city of Charlottesville can remove two Confederate statues, a look at the the success of Catholic schools that have been open for in-person learning during the pandemic, and more.

Duration:00:04:52

April 1, 2021

4/1/2021
On today's Front Page: President Biden lays out a sweeping $2.25 trillion infrastructure plan, fans are back for Opening Day in Major League Baseball, but with some limits on attendance and stadium amenities, and more.

Duration:00:05:00

March 31, 2021

3/31/2021
On today's Front Page: President Biden is rolling out a $2.25 trillion plan that would overhaul U.S. infrastructure, a World Health Organization team of international virus experts working with Chinese counterparts failed to pinpoint the origin of COVID-19, and more.

Duration:00:04:24

March 30, 2021

3/30/2021
On today's Front Page: The Suez Canal has reopened after salvage crews freed the container ship Ever Given, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is maneuvering to pass a third bill this year using the budget reconciliation process, President Biden faces an unofficial Memorial Day deadline to get America back to some normalcy, and more.

Duration:00:05:00

March 29, 2021

3/29/2021
On today's Front Page: Debt relief advocates are pressing the Biden administration to cancel $1 trillion of student loan debt, the Pentagon’s vaunted F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program is facing blowback for production delays and cost overruns, and more.

Duration:00:04:31

March 26, 2021

3/26/2021
On today's Front Page: President Biden mixes calls for bipartisanship with partisan threats and lengthy policy responses in his first press conference, there's clear signs U.S. sanctions in Iran are crumbling as China increases its purchases of embargoed Iranian oil, and more.

Duration:00:04:37

March 25, 2021

3/25/2021
On today's Front Page: AstraZeneca says its COVID-19 vaccine is 76% effective against all forms of the disease, President Biden is giving Vice President Kamala Harris the job of fixing issues at the southern U.S. border with Mexico, Washington Football Team owner Dan Snyder has a deal in place to buy out his disgruntled partner shareholders, and more.

Duration:00:05:00

March 24, 2021

3/24/2021
On today's Front Page: The ten victims of the supermarket shooting in Boulder, Colorado, are identified, and a 21-year old man is charged in the attack, President Biden is extending a special Affordable Care Act enrollment period until August 15, and more.

Duration:00:04:40

March 23, 2021

3/23/2021
On today's Front Page: The COVID-19 relief law is dangling $16.4 billion in front of the 12 states that haven’t expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act to get them to join up, House Democrats are moving ahead with an investigation that could replace Iowa Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks with her challenger Rita Hart, anti-American hard-liners are poised to dominate Iran’s upcoming presidential election, and more.

Duration:00:04:40

March 22, 2021

3/22/2021
On today's Front Page: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s abrupt decision to shrink the social-distancing requirements for schools from 6 feet to 3 feet is sparking immediate changes, President Biden and his team will now have to fix some of the unintended consequences of the recently-passed coronavirus package, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has effectively ended long-term detention for migrant families, and more.

Duration:00:04:58

March 19, 2021

3/19/2021
On today's Front Page: The COVID-19 vaccine is the hottest commodity of 2021 and has turned internet operators into access-code hunters, despite warnings of a nationwide crisis in state and municipal budgets, most states had healthy rainy day funds and robust tax revenue, the U.S. and Chinese diplomats hold a testy meeting in Alaska, and more.

Duration:00:04:58

March 18, 2021

3/18/2021
On today's Front Page: Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas admits that DHS has released migrants who jumped the southern border into communities without coronavirus testing, President Biden has staked out new ground in the battle over the Senate filibuster, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis’s proclamation encouraging residents to skip saturated fats on March 20 has backfired, and more.

Duration:00:04:51

March 17, 2021

3/17/2021
On today's Front Page: House Democrats are rushing to approve citizenship rights for millions of illegal immigrants already in the U.S., the Biden administration is racing to line up key Asian allies ahead of a high-stakes meeting with top Chinese officials in Alaska, and more.

Duration:00:04:58

March 16, 2021

3/16/2021
On today's Front Page: The White House is eyeing tax increases to pay for the next round of major spending, congressional Republicans say that individuals on the terrorism watch list have been captured while trying to cross into the country, advocates say Policymakers are not prioritizing Americans with disabilities for COVID-19 vaccinations, and more.

Duration:00:03:56

March 15, 2021

3/15/2021
On today's Front Page: Republican attorneys general are mounting a judicial attack executive orders issued by President Biden, gasoline prices have topped $3 a gallon in nine states and the District of Columbia, and more.

Duration:00:04:18