Front Page Podcast
The Washington Times' Front Page podcast delivers our top news stories in an easy-to-listen format. Host George Gerbo brings you the stories from our front page five days a week in five minutes or less.
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GOP leads effort to curb Biden regulations; dozens in place, more on horizon
House lawmakers, troubled by an onslaught of Biden administration regulations that are crushing businesses and angering consumers, will vote on legislation that would give Congress the final say over major rules issued by the executive branch.
Big Tech hit with new allegations of spying, privacy violations
Big Tech companies are facing fresh allegations of spying and privacy violations, with Russia accusing Apple of helping facilitate espionage and the U.S. government taking on Amazon.
Sorry, neighbor, you're on your own: Insurers alter policies in face of more natural disasters
Wildfires, unrelenting storms and the ballooning costs of rebuilding weather-damaged property are straining the nation's property insurers, forcing customers to confront dwindling options and higher premiums.
House oversight chairman: FBI says Biden bribery investigation active, involves shell companies
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said Monday FBI officials revealed that an informant file alleging President Biden engaged in a bribery scheme during his vice presidency is part of an ongoing federal investigation that involves shell companies.
Turning 70, South Korea-U.S. alliance expands scope, defies frictions
The South Korea-U.S. alliance, which marks its 70th anniversary on July 27, has delivered significant dividends for both parties, but is also facing frictions on the strategic and economic fronts.