Thursday, March 28, 2013

7:50 p.m. Christian Toto, assistant editor, Big Hollywood

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"The Host" and "G.I. Joe Retaliation" are both "take your brain out and watch" movies


7:20 p.m. Jonathan Warner, Chris Cichon, WTOP Sports

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After a jaw-dropping Thursday night, Friday’s NCAA men’s basketball games could offer at least one surprise


5:20 p.m. New details on items found in shooter Adam Lanza’s home and car

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Reid Epstein, White House reporter for POLITICO


4:50 p.m. Va. man federally charged for working with terrorists

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Catherine Herridge, Fox News chief intelligence correspondent


2:20 p.m. Drew Nicholas, former Maryland Terrapin

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NCAA Tournament – Sweet 16.


1:50 p.m. Dr. Katy Nelson, veterinarian

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Traveling with pets


Who’s getting thrown under the bus for Silver Spring Transit Center project?

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WTOP’s Kate Ryan reports


Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure gets some big muscle

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WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports


1:20 p.m. Michael Regan, Bloomberg News Editor at Large for Markets

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How much should we read into record stock market highs?


12:50 p.m. Dave Ross, commentator

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Above and beyond: A trooper stands by one Newtown family


8:20a.m. Tom Tarantino, chief policy officer, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, Iraq war veteran

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Close to one million vets waiting on claims backlog


7:50a.m. – JJ Green, WTOP”S National Security Correspondent

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Can expand on chinese cyber, his cover story. In studio


Data Doctors

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Getting maximum speed with high-speed Internet


7:35 a.m. – Bob Beckel and Cal Thomas, commentators

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Backlog of disability claims at Veterans Administration


7:20 a.m. – Peter Tanous, president of Lepercq Lynx Investment Advisory

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How should you hedge yourself in stock market?


6:50a.m. – Josh Gerstein, White House reporter, POLITICO

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Google Maps offers service alerts from Metro

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WTOP’s Andrew Mollenbeck reports.

Related Link: DCist: Metro alerts now visible in Google Maps


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