2:50 p.m. - Leah Packer, 12-year-old WTOP fan
Leah Packer, a middle school student from Olney, Md., sat down in the glass-enclosed news center on Tuesday and explained why she's the station's biggest fan.
Leah Packer, 12, takes questions in the glass-enclosed nerve center
9:40 p.m. - Josh Gerstein, senior White House correspondent for Politco
Bill Clinton's Obamacare criticisms
8:50 p.m. - Dan Deevy, WTOP's Guy in L.A.
Reviewing 'The Best Man Holiday'
8:10 p.m. - Matt Heimer, editor of Marketwatch's Encore Blog
How to become a 401k millionaire
7:40 p.m. Patricia Papernow, a psychologist whose new book is called "Surviving and Thriving in Stepfamily Relationships"
Identifying challenges can help families tackle them head on
7:20 p.m. Rick Seaney, CEO of FareCompare.com
What the merger of American Airlines and US Airways means for fare prices
5:40 p.m. Rachel Smolkin, managing editor POLITICO
A possible contender for the 2016 presidential race rankles Wall Street
5:10 p.m. Deborah Kotz, Daily Dose health blogger for the Boston Globe
New guidelines on cholesterol medication
4:40 p.m. - Ali Velshi, host, Al-Jazeera America
DOJ reaches agreement in American and U.S. Air merger
3:10 p.m. - Maura Johnston, editor, Maura Magazine
Lady Gaga's new album
1:30 p.m. - Mark Rosenker, CBS News aviation/transportation safety analyst
The US Airways/American Airlines merger
12:51 p.m. - Dave Ross, commentator
How not to retire poor
10:40 a.m. - Jill Schlesinger, business analyst, CBS News
Janet Yellen faces Senate Banking Committee
10:10 a.m. - Kimberly Palmer, Alpha Consumer blogger at U.S. News & World Report and author of 'Generation Earn'
Apps that can help with your holiday shopping
Related Link: 12 New Shopping Apps for the Best Deals
9:40 a.m. - Greg Fitch, senior research associate with the Automated Vehicle Systems Group at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Distracted driving behaviors and the desire that fuels them
9:10 a.m. - Barry Bagnato, CBS News
The prevalence of violence in PG-13 movies
Related Link: Study: PG-13 gun violence rivals that of R movies
8:20 a.m. - John King, CNN chief national correspondent
New numbers are coming out about the number of people who have signed up for healthcare through the Obamacare website.
7:10 a.m. - Jason Moser, Montley Fool senior analyst who follows Amazon closely
With Amazon starting Sunday deliveries, will it ever totally replace brick and mortar stores?
Scaffolding is being removed from around the Washington Monument
WTOP's Kristi King reports.
Typhoon scammers seek to profit from your generosity
WTOP's Randi Martin reports.
Could bus transport be the answer to Montgomery County's traffic problems?
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Growing pains for Montgomery College
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports
More than $150 million has been paid by the United States to Afghanistan companies that may have helped pay for attacks against U.S. soldiers and facilities, according to an ABC News report.
Citing the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, ABC says among the businesses in question is a road construction company the U.S. says is partially owned by the leader of a network blamed for a fatal 2011 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Kabul.
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Is MCPS chief on short list for NY job?
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports
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