Friday, June 28, 2013

4:40 p.m. – Jason Reid, Washington Post


Did the Wizards pick a winner in Otto Porter Jr.?

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


Wines to add a sparkle to your Fourth of July cookout

Data Doctors


Photographing fireworks

4:20 p.m. – John Roberts, Fox News


The Supreme Court’s big decisions

3:50 p.m. – Ann Hornaday, Washington Post


The film critic looks at ‘White House Down’ and ‘The Heat’

3:20 p.m. Gwen Ifill, moderator of Washington Week


Big week for the Supreme Court

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


Can there ever be forgiveness and redemption after using a racial slur?

1:20 p.m. – Sari Horwitz, national reporter for The Washington Post


Former vice chair of Joint Staffs under investigation for leaks

12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator


Sen. Wendy Davis and what she stood for

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


Immigration reform as it stands right now doesn’t have a chance of passing in the House of Representatives

6:50 a.m. – Bob Schieffer, CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of ‘Face the Nation’


The vast majority of House Republicans do not want immigration reform


Andrew Mollenbeck subjects his golf swing to scrutiny and the uncomfortable comparison to that of Tiger Woods Thursday at Congressional Country Club. (WTOP)

No, I’m not Tiger Woods


Andrew Mollenbeck, WTOP

Andrew Mollenbeck subjects his golf swing to scrutiny and the uncomfortable comparison to that of Tiger Woods.

Golf fans can stop by the “Tiger Woods: My Swing Station” near the 11th green during the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club.

A swing analyzer application documents the swing path. Then, an instructor reviews the video in a side-by-side comparison with Woods.

More from Congressional:


A screen shows Andrew Mollenbeck (obviously, at left) and Tiger Woods. The swing analysis shows golfers how their swing compares with Woods’ during the progression. (WTOP/Andrew Mollenbeck)

Newsbabes unifies competitors for worthy cause


WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports

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