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Monday, April 29, 2013

8:50 p.m. – WTOP sports reporter George Wallace

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Redskins draft and where Tim Tebow’s next NFL home may be


8:20 p.m. – Dan Deevy, Cinemasource.com

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Reviewing Iron Man 3



7:50 p.m. – Freelance science journalist Rachel Nuwer

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Good stress, bad stress and how it affects you



7:20 p.m. – Clinton Yates, local news editor, Washington Post

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Wizards’ Jason Collins comes out as gay



5:20 p.m. Jonathan Martin, POLITICO

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Black politicians stymied despite Obama era


4:20 p.m. Christine Brennan, USA Today sports columnist

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Wizards’ Jason Collins comes out as gay


New signal talks to pedestrians

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WTOP’s Kristi King reports


3:20 p.m. Holocaust Museum celebrates 20th anniversary

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Sara Bloomfield, director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


2:20 p.m. Grab a racket and get into tennis

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Fairfax Hackley, personal trainer


1:20 Dave Johnson, WTOP Sports Director

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Jason Collins comes out of the closet


12:50 p.m. Dave Ross, commentator

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Background checking an idea


12:20 p.m. – Gary Levin, USA Today

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Save Our Shows poll


11:20 a.m. – Jeanenne Tornatore, senior editor for Orbitz.com

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Hot deals for summer vacation


Data Doctors

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An app to help organize home maintenance projects


9:20 a.m. – Kathleen Hall. founder and chief executive officer, Mindful Living Network and Stress Institute

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How chronic stress can impact the aging process


8:45 a.m. – WTOP Sports Director Dave Johnson with Capitals forward Troy Brouwer.

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Thursday’s Capitals playoff opener at home against the Rangers.


8:20 a.m. – Chuck Todd, NBC’s political director and chief White House correspondent

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More on radicalization of suspected Boston bombers.


Brenda Wells (WTOP/Rick Massimo)

Brenda Wells tells Bruce Alan and Mike Moss that her commute has only gotten worse. (WTOP/Rick Massimo)

7:35 a.m.: Brenda Wells, Commuter Idle

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On the eve of the second season of WTOP’s Commuter Idle, we check in with the first winner.

Related Link:: Commuter Idle 2013 competition


7:20 a.m. – Dan Balz, chief correspondent, Washington Post

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Middle class still under pressure


6:50 a.m. – Scott Shane, New York Times

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Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s trip to Russia.



Clock counts down to Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure

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WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports.

Related Link:: Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure


Poetry Out Loud national semifinals get underway

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WTOP’s Brennan Haselton reports.



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