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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

8:20p.m. Eric Adams, senior editor of Men’s Health


Why do smart guys do such dumb things sometimes?

7:50 p.m. George Wallace, WTOP Sports and Chris Chase, USA Today Sports


2013 NCAA Men’s basketball tournament is likely to be very unpredictable

7:20 p.m. WTOP Tech Guy Gregg Stebben


Keeping track of your kids online goes way beyond friending them on Facebook

6:20 p.m. James Hohmann, National Political Reporter for POLITICO


Is Rand Paul genuine GOP contender?

5:50 p.m. Eric Prisbell, basketball reporter for USA Today


Who are favored to win the NCAA tournament?

5:20 p.m. Julie Steenhuysen, Reuters health and science correspondent


Autism rates increasing, especially for milder cases

4:50 p.m. Rick Newman, U.S. News & World Report chief business correspondent


Cyprus hopes for a bailout

4:20 p.m. Major Garrett, CBS News chief White House correspondent


President Obama’s first trip to Israel since taking office

2:20 p.m. – Stephen Fuller, public policy professor, George Mason University



12:20 p.m. – Kate Carr, president and CEO, Safe Kids Worldwide


Accidental medicine poisoning and kids


The Washington Post: D.C. ambulances out of service when officer was hurt

10:20 a.m. Beth Kallmyer, vice president of Constituent Services at Alzheimer’s Association


One in 3 seniors have some sort of dementia (including Alzheimer’s) at the time of their deaths

Related Link: Report: 1 in 3 seniors dies with, not of, dementia

Data Doctors


A marriage-saving tech tip

9:50 a.m. – J.J. Green, WTOP’s national security correspondent


<a href="http://www.wtop.com/220/3257077/Experts- suspect-North-behind-SKorea-computer- crash">Cyberattack crashes computer networks in South Korea</a>

Md. lawmaker looks to close probation-before-judgment loophole in gun bill


WTOP’s Andrew Mollenbeck reports.

7:20 a.m. – John Kaag, assistant professor of philosophy, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and co-author of forthcoming book, ‘Drone Warfare’


Ethical or moral questions surrounding military’s use of drones

Related Link: New York Times op-ed: Drones, Ethics and the Armchair Soldier

6:50 a.m. – Nancy Cordes, CBS News congressional correspondent


Assault ban legislation set aside

6:20 a.m. – Stuart Freudberg, COG’s environmental programs director


More needs to be invested in infrastructure

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