Friday, May 31, 2013


10:20 p.m. J. Brooks, WTOP Sports

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Nats win but Strasburg strains a muscle on his right side



7:50 p.m. Jeff Dufour, D.C. editor, Urbandaddy.com

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Take a dip at a new D.C. rooftop pool bar and other ways to enjoy a steamy weekend



7:20 p.m. Ben White, Chief Economic Correspondent for Politico:

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Good economic news in May triggers stock market decline



6:40 p.m. Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist

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Prime wines from New Zealand



4:50 p.m. Gordon Peterson, moderator of Inside Washington

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Poll finds Americans don’t trust the government to do what’s right



4:20 p.m. Chris Wallace, Fox News Sunday host

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Bob Goodlatte wants answers from AG Holder on media monitoring



3:50 p.m. Sue Shellenbarger, Wall Street Journal

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Why face-to-face time at work is important


2:20 p.m. – Kelly Jane Torrance, film critic for the Washington Examiner

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‘After Earth’ – Worth the wait?


1:50 p.m. – Clinton Yates, Washington Post

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Traffic cams: Public safety and revenue makers


12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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Reaching across party lines was easy – this time


Summer heat beats up your car, so what do you do?

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WTOP’s Joan Joans reports


Data Doctors

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Cut down on the paper


11:20 a.m. – Bob Orr, CBS News Justice and Homeland Security correspondent

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FBI questions person of interest in ricin letters sent to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.


9:20 a.m. – Greg Redfern, WTOP space contributor

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Asteroid 1998 QE2 to pass by Earth at 4:59 p.m.


8:20 a.m. – Candy Crowley, CNN’s chief political correspondent and anchor of State of the Union with Candy Crowley

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Summer will more active with Congressional investigations.


7:50 a.m. – David Gregory, moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press

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Attorney General Eric Holder’s predicament with the leaking of classified information.


6:50 a.m. – John Dickerson, CBS News political director

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President Obama wants a fixed rate on student loans.


Run or walk? Is one better than the other?

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WTOP’s Del Walters reports.

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