2:20 p.m. - Debbie Nigro, founder of workingmom.com and stillababe.com
Raising kids can be tougher than going to work
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8:10 p.m. - Eric Adams, Men's Health Magazine
The best way to get rid of lingering coughs
7:40 p.m. Larry Magid, CBS News and CNET tech analyst
Twitter eases use of direct message plus a change for Netflix
7:20 p.m. Dave McConnell, WTOP Capitol Hill Correspondent
Speaker Boehner couldn't get enough support, pulls plan from table
6:40 p.m. Michael Santoli, senior columnist for Yahoo! Finance
What it means that nation's credit rating is being reviewed for possible downgrade
5:40 p.m. Rachel Smolkin, Managing Editor for POLITICO
Day started with hope, now seems back where we started
4:40 p.m. - Ali Velshi, host, Al-Jazeera America
Market reactions to shutdown crisis
4:10 p.m. - Emily Bazelon, senior editor, Slate
Horrifying Maryville rape case follows similar pattern
3:10 p.m. - Vincent Hayes, emergency physician, Washington Adventist Hospital
Get your flu shots
12:51 p.m. - Dave Ross, commentator
Surprise. It has always been legal to opt out of Obamacare
Google Street Views underwater
11:10 a.m. - Peter Greenberg, CBS travel editor
Booking after Thanksgiving is best time to travel. (Note: This interview drops out at the end.)
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8:40 a.m. - Robert Dallek, author of 'Camelot's Court'
President Kennedy would have read lawmakers the riot act for federal shutdown.
8:20 a.m. - John King, CNN chief national correspondent
Is a deal on the debt ceiling and the government shutdown on the horizon?
7:10 a.m. - Dr. Carolyn O'Conor, family physician at Shady Grove Adventist Healthcare
It's a new flu season, so it's time to get your shots.
Bruce Alan gets his flu shot in the Glass-Enclosed Nerve Center Tuesday morning.
Mike Moss gets his flu shot Tuesday morning.
The first 103 flu shots will be free. The following 100 shots will be offered for $25 each. Read more about the flu shot clinic.
Some veterans disgusted politicians use them as shutdown pawns
WTOP's Alan Etter reports.
Where does a man once homeless in D.C. as a child and blind get the tools to survive and thrive?
WTOP's Bob Madigan reports.
Md. tries to shake reputation as being unfriendly to small businesses
WTOP's Megan Cloherty reports.
Abu Anas al-Libi, an al Qaeda suspect, is appearing in New York court
WTOP's J.J. Green reports
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