In Washington time that was two or three days from now.
Two o'clock, Washington time; you have well over an hour.
The Washington Times said it did not pay for the information.
By four o'clock, Washington time, the stock had recovered all of the day's loss so far.
He moved to the Washington Times in 2000 as a national reporter.
He became a columnist for the Washington Times in 1982.
And so it was just after noon, Washington time.
In 1982, he joined the Washington Times, four months after the paper began, as chief political correspondent.
The Washington Times has called him "one of the region's most successful businessmen."
The Washington Times reported in 2009 that the foundation gave only $90,000 for the clubhouse.