The Washington Times (Washington, DC)

The Washington Times is a conservative newspaper published Monday through Friday by the Washington Times LLC. Its editorial headquarters is in Washington, D.C. and it's been published since 1982. The owner of the Washington Times is the Unification Church.The Washington Times covers local, national and world news, with an emphasis on politics. The paper is known for its conservative slant, since it was founded as a response to the more liberal Washington Post. Readership is nationwide.The fact that Reverend Sun Myung Moon of the Unification Churchfounded The Washington Times has made the paper controversial from its very beginning. The question remains as to how much Sun Myung Moon or his aides influence the editorial content of the paper. In 2003, five staff members resigned when their editorials criticizing South Korea for its political repression were stifled. However, not all readers are critical of the way the Washington Times handles news; it is reported that President Ronald Reagan read the paper every day while in office. Sam Dealey is the executive editor, The Washington Times LLC is named as publisher and Chris Dolan is managing editor.

Articles from March 21, 2003

1970 Pontiac Catalina 400 Shows Mother Knows Best
Byline: Vern Parker, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Ed Saulnier's first new car was a sporty 1966 Pontiac Tempest. He concedes that it was noisy, which was part of its charm and appeal - at least to him. However, the car was not air conditioned, which...
3 Arrested in Anti-War Rallies in D.C. Area; Protests Held in Several Cities across Country
Byline: Arlo Wagner, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Anti-war protesters took to the streets in cities across the nation yesterday in reaction to the U.S. military strikes against Iraq. Protests were staged in the District, New York, Boston, Chicago, San...
Active Adults Skip the Upkeep at HiddenBrooke
Byline: Michele Lerner, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES At age 55, financially savvy people often are ready to stop working and to fill their time with personally meaningful activities such as volunteering for a literacy group, building homes...
Airlines Likely to Trim Foreign Flights for War; Higher Fuel Costs, Fewer Passengers Could Kill United
Byline: Tom Ramstack, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Airline industry officials say they are trying to carry on business as usual even as international flights are canceled and the nation moves into a "high" security-alert status. Most U.S. carriers continued...
A Muddled Script Sinks 'Boat Trip'
Byline: Scott Galupo, THE WASHINGTON TIMES If Oscar statues were animate, the one belonging to Cuba Gooding Jr. would have jumped off its mantel perch and gone AWOL a long time ago. Just take a quick look at the guy's post-"Jerry Maguire" resume:...
Anti-War Protests; the Left's Jihad against President Bush
Byline: Diana West, THE WASHINGTON TIMES In the tense hours before military action, as the countdown clock was ticking, eyes turned to the Persian Gulf and all the world held its breath. Too bad some people kept on talking. There was Sen. Tom...
Area Motorists Got 'The Message,' and It's Scary
Byline: Adrienne T. Washington, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Enter "Tractorman" and his one-man "tractor-cade." Clearly out of fear and frustration, Dwight W. Watson, 50, a destitute tobacco farmer and Army veteran of Whitakers, N.C., drove a tractor...
'A View from the Top' Sputters, Rarely Takes Off
Byline: Gary Arnold, THE WASHINGTON TIMES "A View From the Top" merely flirts with the possibility of elevated and consistent romantic-comedy endearment. The shortish running time is a clue to superficial and negligent tendencies in the screenplay...
Both Sides Say War Laws Are Violated
Byline: Nicholas Kralev, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The United States and Iraq accused each other of violating international law yesterday, with Baghdad filing a protest at the United Nations and Washington vowing to prosecute the Iraqi regime for placing...
Builders Focus on Luxurious Communities
Byline: Michele Lerner, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Planned communities surround the Washington area, providing new neighborhoods with a mix of housing and recreational amenities. For those with the means for a more luxurious lifestyle, some...
Bush OK'd Hit at Saddam with 'Let's Go'; Revamped War Plan within Minutes
Byline: Joseph Curl and Bill Sammon, THE WASHINGTON TIMES With three minutes left to revamp war plans and order immediate air strikes on a Baghdad house that intelligence operatives said was the site of a meeting between Saddam Hussein and his top...
Bush's Critics Return to Diplomacy; Seek to Heal Divisions and Deal with Iraq after Hostilities
Byline: David R. Sands, THE WASHINGTON TIMES World leaders yesterday differed sharply on the wisdom of the U.S.-led military strike against Iraq, but many of the Bush administration's harshest critics said it was now time to unite to deal with postwar...
Calm before the Storm; the Unanticipated Beginning of the Iraqi War
Byline: Claude Salhani, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES The first salvo in the long-awaited and much anticipated war on Iraq was fired in the early hours of Thursday, instantly resonating on television screens around the world. But, the only outward...
Cap Rate Important Indicator of Value
Byline: Tim Lemke, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Amid discussion of an office building sale, real estate brokers throw around a lot of numbers. One number, in the form of a percentage, sometimes gets lost in the discussion even though it's no less important...
Chemical and Biological Agents in Iraq
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES The war with Iraq has begun. Coalition forces are now fighting to liberate the Iraqi people and to rid the world of the threat of terrible agents that Iraqi scientists have worked on. ''Weapons of mass destruction."...
Chrysler's Pacifica Thinks Station Wagon
Byline: Sue Mead, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Chrysler's 2004 Pacifica is a family vehicle with a modern design, luxury amenities and seating for six. Classified as a "sports tourer" by its maker, Pacifica has not a shred of minivan DNA or...
Citizens Told to Stay Calm; but Urged to Keep Gas Masks Handy
Byline: Joshua Mitnick, THE WASHINGTON TIMES TEL AVIV - Israel's government sent a mixed message to its citizens yesterday, telling them to keep their gas masks with them at all times while encouraging them to go about their routine. "I call...
Continued Crackdown Riles Dissidents, U.S. Protesters Arrested, Threatened with Treason Trials
Byline: Tom Carter, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The U.S. government and Cuban dissidents reacted with anger yesterday as the government of Fidel Castro arrested more opponents and threatened to try those in custody for treason. Oswaldo Paya, Cuba's...
Diplomats in Dark Mood
Byline: James Morrison, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Diplomats in dark mood Foreign diplomats in Washington yesterday tried to attend to business as they watched the war in Iraq unfold on television. Some whose countries opposed the war expressed...
District Group Asks MLB for Stronger Commitment
Byline: Thom Loverro, THE WASHINGTON TIMES PHOENIX - District officials yesterday asked members of Major League Baseball's relocation committee to make a stronger commitment to placing the Montreal Expos in Washington before final legislation must...
DNC Asks Party to Rally Behind Daschle
Byline: Donald Lambro, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The Democratic National Committee is asking party members to defend Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle's criticism of the way President Bush has handled the Iraq crisis even as U.S.-led forces invade the...
'Dream' Revulsion; King Thriller Heightens Peril and Chase but Comes Up Short
Byline: Gary Arnold, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Dreamcatcher" tests the ingenuity of director Lawrence Kasdan and numerous top-flight craftsmen, including scores of special-effects designers and animators at Industrial Light & Magic, while transposing...
Ehrlich Committed to Victory in Budget Struggle
Byline: S.A. Miller and Vaishali Honawar, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Maryland Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. yesterday committed his office to winning a budget showdown with the Democrat-controlled legislature and vowed to veto most tax increases and attempts...
Electorate Alienated, Disillusioned
Byline: Takehiko Kambayashi, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Professor Ellis S. Krauss is a specialist on Japanese politics at the University of California at San Diego's Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. He spoke to Washington...
Eugene Francis Roesser, 82, Lawyer
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES Eugene Francis Roesser, a lawyer who specialized in wills, trusts and estate planning, died Friday at his home in Potomac. He was 82. Mr. Roesser was born in Baltimore and served in the Army during World War II. He...
Ex-Player Tillman Likely in Danger Zone as an Army Ranger
Byline: David Elfin, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The risks that Pat Tillman took throwing his body around NFL secondaries is nothing compared to the danger the former Arizona Cardinals safety likely is facing these days. Tillman, who made a team-record...
Faith in Bush; Churchgoers Support the War
Byline: Mark Tooley, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES A recent Gallup poll shows that churchgoing Americans are more likely to support war against Saddam Hussein than Americans as a whole. This news has failed to capture the attention of most...
FBI Warns of Saudi Linked to Al Qaeda Network
Byline: Jerry Seper, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The FBI yesterday issued a worldwide alert for an al Qaeda terror suspect who authorities say poses a serious threat to the United States and could be plotting new suicide attacks against targets here and...
Firearms Cease-Fire?
Byline: H. Sterling Burnett, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Since 1997, more than 30 cities and counties have sued firearm manufacturers in an attempt to force manufacturers to change the way they make and sell guns. State legislatures and the...
Florence L. Daniels
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES Company: Governmental Employees Realty Associates Address: 6126 Wellington Commons Drive, Alexandria, VA 22310 Phone: 703/922-4316 Fax: 703/971-5045 E-mail address: Florence@gerealty.com Web site: www.gerealty.com...
For Terps, It's Rebound Time
Byline: Rick Snider, THE WASHINGTON TIMES NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Final Four bound or one and done? The Maryland Terrapins could go either way in the NCAA tournament. The sixth-seeded Terps (19-9) begin defense of their national title tonight against...
Full Moon, Shamals to Test U.S. Troops; Desert War Poses Host of Challenges
Byline: Rowan Scarborough, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The moon is full, the sand is kicking up and daytime temperatures can exceed 90 degrees not exactly perfect conditions for mounting a land and air invasion in the desert to conquer Iraq. But military...
Giving Builders a Boost
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES Living in the lofty environs of a think tank, as Alan Reynolds does, must offer rare air ("High-income builder's subsidy," Commentary, March 2). For practitioners in the trenches, fighting to revitalize communities by...
Ground Forces March Easily into Iraq; First Strike May Have Hit Saddam; Powerful Older Son Believed to Be Dead
Byline: Rowan Scarborough and Bill Gertz, THE WASHINGTON TIMES U.S. and British forces drove north from Kuwait into Iraq yesterday, and new intelligence reports confirm that Saddam Hussein was in a building struck by two precision bombs on the war's...
History Buff; Actress Brings Lessons Alive with Her Re-Creations
Byline: Tom Ramstack, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Mary Ann Jung looked like a museum mannequin from the 1600s and talked like a Shakespearean character as she taught a history workshop at Washington Grove Elementary School in Gaithersburg one day recently....
Hitchens' Journey; Formerly a Proud Trotskyist, Essayist Moving Rightward
Byline: Scott Galupo and Daniel Wattenberg, THE WASHINGTON TIMES 'Mind your manners, Christopher. It's the only thing you Brits have left that's worth [a plugged nickel]." So said historian Peter Collier in 1987 at the "Second Thoughts" conference,...
Homeland Budget, Progress Being Scrutinized, Ridge Told
Byline: Audrey Hudson, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge yesterday presented his 2004 funding request to Congress and was warned by both sides of the aisle that spending and the new department's progress will be closely...
Hoops Help Us Pretend to Forget
Byline: Tom Knott, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Operation Iraqi Freedom is under way, along with the NCAA tournament. The Bush administration is encouraging Americans to embrace the games as they would have before the night air in Baghdad flashed the...
House GOP Leaders Strive to Gain Budget Backing; Bush Plan Threatened by Democrats' Measure
Byline: James G. Lakely, THE WASHINGTON TIMES House Republican leaders were twisting arms late into last night to pass a budget that includes President Bush's 10-year, $725 billion economic-growth package. Liberal House Republicans this week...
Hunt for Realism in New Film; Actors Taught Survival Skills for 'The Hunted'
Byline: Gary Arnold, THE WASHINGTON TIMES NEW YORK CITY - "Where is he?" actor Benicio Del Toro inquires, allud-ing to William Friedkin, the director of the chase thriller "The Hunted." A press junket at the Essex House Hotel for the movie, which...
Iraq Dominates Bar Conversation; Customers Back Bush, GIs in War
Byline: Patrick Badgley, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Stacey Lewis, a bartender at Chick Hall's Surf Club, spent half her time yesterday serving bottles of beer and the other half discussing with her customers the headlines scrolling across the bottom of...
Iraqi CW Shells
Byline: Bill Gertz and Rowan Scarborough, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Iraqi CW shells U.S. intelligence officials tell us the evidence that Iraqi artillery units are preparing to use chemical warfare shells is based on reconnaissance photographs of...
IRS Pamphlet Explains Home-Office Tax Savings
Byline: M. Anthony Carr, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES If you operate a business out of your home, you could have some substantial deductions coming your way. About this time of year, you can find plenty of articles about the fact that you can...
Jordan Braces for Iraqi 'Tidal Wave of Refugees'
Byline: Andrew Borowiec, THE WASHINGTON TIMES NICOSIA, Cyprus - Authorities in highly vulnerable Jordan are preparing for what some fear will be a "tidal wave of refugees" across the open desert border with Iraq. They have also banned several...
Judicial Massacre
Byline: Greg Pierce, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Judicial massacre "Although it was overshadowed by the beginning of war, on Capitol Hill Wednesday there was a major escalation in the conflict between Senate Democrats and the White House over the president's...
Koizumi Stays Afloat; as Japan's Economy Sinks, Leader's Ratings Baffle Critics
Byline: Takehiko Kambayashi, THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOKYO - About two years ago, the emergence of unconventional politician Junichiro Koizumi, who won the presidency of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party without the support of its major factions,...
Local Security Intensifies to Meet 'High' Threat
Byline: Matthew Cella, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Police agencies have canceled days off, extended work shifts and dispatched officers to power plants, bridges and other critical spots as part of a homeland-security operation that escalated when the United...
Maturity Fuels Coles' Success
Byline: Mark Zuckerman, THE WASHINGTON TIMES In less than four years, Laveranues Coles has gone from being a brash kid who was kicked off his college football team to a mature adult who now is one of the highest-paid wide receivers in the NFL. ...
Misperceptions at the Gas Pump
Byline: Ben Lieberman, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Gas prices have surged, as have the demands for the government to do something about it. But only a few of the factors affecting gasoline prices are within federal control. It is these things...
NASA Seeks to Extract Data on Columbia Tape
Byline: William Glanz, THE WASHINGTON TIMES NASA hopes to have a plan in place today to analyze crucial information from the Space Shuttle Columbia's data recorder. The recorder, found Wednesday, could give investigators important clues about...
Nature Harmonizes with House in Reston
Byline: Michele Lerner, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Many people think of Reston as Reston Town Center, a busy, urbanized attraction for dining and shopping, movies and outdoor concerts in summer or ice skating in winter. Before Reston Town...
Nervous Kuwaitis Take Shelter as Iraqi Missiles Strike
Byline: Betsy Pisik, THE WASHINGTON TIMES KUWAIT CITY - Iraq launched several missiles at Kuwait yesterday, setting sirens wailing through the capital city and jarring nerves in the already tense emirate. Patriot anti-missile batteries intercepted...
New-Home Market Keeps Pushing Borders
Byline: Chris Sicks, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES If you are thinking about a new-home purchase this year, you need to know two things: You're going to pay a lot of money, and your commute probably will increase. New-home prices jumped...
Officials Upset by Canceledmarathon
Byline: Jabeen Bhatti and Brian DeBose, THE WASHINGTON TIMES D.C. officials said yesterday that they were outraged by the cancellation of the D.C. Marathon and accused the organizers of being greedy. "What they are doing is unconscionable," said...
Open Designs at Oak Ridge
Byline: Michele Lerner, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Oak Ridge Builders is building 110 traditional town homes at River Oaks in Woodbridge, where residents can gather in the community center, which has a party room and kitchen, or by the swimming...
Pakistan's Net
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES Pakistan's recent arrests of suspected al Qaeda operatives represents a psychological and logistical triumph over the terrorist network. The arrests particularly of Khalid Shaik Mohammed, who is believed to have masterminded...
'Piglet' May Charm Very Little Ones Best
Byline: Gary Arnold, THE WASHINGTON TIMES "Piglet's Big Movie" would appear to be a facetious title. This addition to the Disney studio's Winnie the Pooh animated films is a very small proposition, aimed hopefully at preschoolers. Three years ago,...
Pool, Tot Lots at Woodlands
Byline: Michele Lerner, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Greentree Homes is building 506 single-family homes on lots of 1/4- to 1/2-acre at the Woodlands at Norbeck Grove in Olney, where residents can enjoy a community swimming pool, tennis courts,...
Porsche's Cayenne Is 911 Masquerading as SUV; Porsche Has Put the SPORT Back in the Sport Utility Vehicle
Byline: Ron Moorhead, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES When you think of Porsche what comes to mind is super-fast, sophisticated and sexy sports cars. These are cars that most young men and a few women dream of owning. They are and have been...
President Lauds U.S. Forces, Announces New War Backers; Says 3 Countries Have Joined 'Ever-Growing Coalition of the Willing'
Byline: Bill Sammon, THE WASHINGTON TIMES President Bush praised yesterday the "skill and great bravery" of U.S. forces waging war in Iraq as his spokesman insisted that "it is not too late" for Iraqi generals to disobey Saddam Hussein's orders...
Qualifying Per-Pupil Spending
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES The March 13 editorial "Per-pupil spending" cites a recent Census Bureau report and other sources to support the assertion that per-pupil spending by the District is dramatically higher than the "average" state. Comparisons...
Redskins' Smith Likely to Return for 19th Season
Byline: Jody Foldesy, THE WASHINGTON TIMES A chance to start has Bruce Smith almost certain to play a 19th NFL season. The Washington Redskins defensive end yesterday confirmed the high likelihood that he'll continue his Hall of Fame career....
Resales Fall with Snow in February
Byline: Chris Sicks, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES There were only 7,454 existing-home sales in the Washington area last month, a respectable amount but quite a surprise after the record-setting January we just experienced. Nearly 9,200 existing...
Riot Cited as Reason to Close Cheltenham Detention Center
Byline: Jeff Barnes, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Critics of Cheltenham Youth Facility, Maryland's oldest and largest juvenile detention center, have reiterated calls to close the center in the wake of an inmate uprising last Saturday. "This is going...
Saab Skips Numerals in Favor of Names
Byline: Frank Aukofer, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Well, leave it to Saab. At a time when makers of luxury and near-luxury cars are terminating model names in favor of numbers and letters, the Swedish automaker is headed in the opposite direction....
Schools Call off Student Travel; Parents Agree to 'Safety First'
Byline: Jabeen Bhatti, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Many children were going to D.C. museums. Others were planning their exchange trips abroad, while some were looking forward to interning on Capitol Hill. Not anymore. Schools across the region are...
Senate OKs Resolution; House Set to Follow Suit
Byline: Stephen Dinan and Charles Hurt, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The Senate easily passed a resolution yesterday supporting U.S. troops and President Bush as commander in chief, while the House was headed toward passage early this morning after some...
Taking a Risk by 'Playing with Saddam's Mind'
Byline: Rowan Scarborough, THE WASHINGTON TIMES President Bush has approved a gambler's strategy for the opening days of war against Iraq, hoping that early, limited air strikes on Baghdad's leadership and secretly arranged surrenders will decapitate...
Terror to Take Toll on Trade
Byline: Jeffrey Sparshott, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Companies that rely on global trade face increased risk, shipping delays and new costs from the menaces of terrorism and war with Iraq. "The dual threats of terrorism and war may be able to achieve...
The Scary Prospect of American Success
Byline: Wesley Pruden, THE WASHINGTON TIMES There was not much shock, and in the early hours of the Iraqi war very little awe. But if you were Saddam Hussein, and if you still hadn't been blown to the spirit world to collect your 73 hookers, there...
The Weekly Dish
Byline: Andrew Sullivan, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Being edited by the NYT An old friend, Boris Johnson, is now a very grand personage in British culture. He's a Tory MP and editor of the Spectator, one of the house organs of London's chattering conservative...
This Is Only a Test: Students Prepare for Attack
Byline: Denise Barnes, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Schools in the District, Maryland and Virginia are holding exercises to prepare students in the event of a terrorist attack as fears heighten with the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Hundreds of students participated...
Toxin Specialists Can Aid, Not Invade; Detection Units Sidelined by U.N
Byline: Bruce I. Konviser, THE WASHINGTON TIMES PRAGUE - The United Nations' failure to approve an attack on Iraq has sidelined two U.S. allies from "new Europe," meaning that some of the world's best chemical-detection units will not be deployed...
TV News Goes to War with Mixed Results; Coverage Marred by Graphics, Jargon
Byline: Jennifer Harper, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Compelling images, some visceral moments and way too much talk: Broadcasters have gone to war. It has been an uneven start. In the past 24 hours, live sound barking dogs, air-raid sirens, explosions...
U.S. Asks Countries to Suspend Diplomatic Relations with Iraq
Byline: Nicholas Kralev, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The United States yesterday asked 62 countries with diplomatic ties to Saddam Hussein's regime to break relations by closing embassies, expelling diplomats and freezing all Iraqi assets and property...
U.S. Says Saddam Likely Rattled, amid Reports He Was in Building
Byline: Bill Gertz, THE WASHINGTON TIMES The U.S. missile and bomb attack yesterday on a leadership compound in Baghdad has shaken Saddam Hussein, and there were intelligence reports suggesting that Saddam himself might have been hit. The immediate...
Volvo XC70 Takes on Alaska; Anchorage to Prudhoe Bay Is Not for Faint of Heart
Byline: Dave Van Sickle, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES There's no question about the success of Volvo's first foray into SUV territory. The XC90 has won numerous car-of-the-year awards and demand continues to outstrip supply in dealer showrooms....
War Fear Cited in Increased Security to Cross Border into U.S
Byline: Ken Bensinger, THE WASHINGTON TIMES MEXICO CITY - Mexicans fear they could be an early casualty of the war as the Bush administration, already upset at Mexico's refusal to back it in the United Nations, begins introducing unprecedented security...
Warner OKs Bill on Benefits for Guardsmen Called to Duty
Byline: Mary Shaffrey, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Virginia Gov. Mark Warner yesterday signed legislation that will make life a little easier for National Guard troops who have been called to active duty. Surrounded by more than 200 citizen-soldiers...
War or Saddam
Byline: John McCaslin, THE WASHINGTON TIMES War or Saddam "War is a dreadful thing, but there are things more dreadful even than war; one of them is dishonor." William Randolph Hearst, former New York Democratic congressman, journalist and...
Worried over No Points, Higher Rate
Byline: Henry Savage, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Q: I just came back from my mortgage broker and locked my $230,000 loan in a 30-year fixed-rate of 6.125 percent. My old rate was 7.125 percent, so I save 1 percent. The 6.125 rate seemed high...
Yahoo Autos Seeks N.Y. Show Reporter
Byline: Bill O'Brien, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Yahoo Autos seeks N.Y. show reporter Yahoo Autos, an Internet site for people wanting to buy, sell or research vehicles, is looking for a correspondent for the upcoming New York International Auto Show,...
Zubrus, Caps Smother Flames
Byline: Dave Fay, THE WASHINGTON TIMES Dainius Zubrus had his first three-point game of the season and Sergei Gonchar bettered his previous single-season career high last night as Washington beat host Calgary 4-1, the Caps' first win at the Saddledome...