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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

8:20 p.m. Chapin White, senior health researcher at Center for Studying Health System Change

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Getting the word out about new health insurance options



7:50 p.m. Gregg Stebben, WTOP’s Tech Guy

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Rumors that YouTube to offer subscriber channels



6:20 p.m. Ginger Gibson, congressional reporter for POLITICO

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Benghazi hearing reveals new attack details



5:20 p.m. – Glow in the dark houseplants are in the future

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Andrew Pollack, biotechnology reporter, The New York Times



3:20 p.m. – Cleveland kidnappings, returns of the women home

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CBS Reporter Greg Saber



2:20 p.m. – Mario Mancuso, senior fellow, Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University

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Latest on Benghazi hearings



12:50 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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The dungeon next door



Clean up your dog’s poop, it’s getting into the water supply

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WTOP’s David Burd reports



Alzheimer’s Association challenges cast-iron pan advice

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Barry Bagnato, CBS News



Data Doctors

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Twitter music



8:50 a.m. – D.C. Council member Tommy Wells

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The author of a proposed ban on 3D-printed guns discusses his idea.



8:30 a.m. – U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

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A Democratic perspective on today’s Benghazi hearing.



7:50 a.m. – Jim Krasula, CBS News correspondent

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A recap of last night’s Mark Sanford-Elizabeth Colbert Busch special House election in South Carolina



7:20 a.m. – John Solomon, the Washington Guardian

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Some federal workers displaced by sequestration are double-dipping on unemployment benefits.



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

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A preview of today’s Benghazi hearing.



6:20 – Cliff Van Zandt, former FBI profiler

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Fallout and questions surrounding the Cleveland abduction case.




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