Saturday, June 15, 2013


1:20 p.m. – Tony Romm, POLITICO

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The latest surveillance news means U.S. tech companies could be facing headaches overseas



12:20 p.m. – Reed Epstein, POLITICO

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The latest on the situation in Syria and American involvement



Beer of the Week

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Prairie Ale, from Oklahoma’s Prairie Artisan Ales



10:20 a.m. – Hadley Malcolm, USA Today

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Millennials are choosing banking options with high fees



9:50 a.m. – Jeff Silberschlag, music director, Chesapeake Orchestra

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The orchestra’s free weekly Pops on the Potomac series starts Saturday at National Harbor.



9:20 a.m. – Cheryl Kravitz, American Red Cross

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The rules for water safety sound simple, but it’s surprising how many people don’t follow them



8:20 a.m. – Paul Brandus, West Wing Reports and The Week

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How the recent surveillance news will affect the G8 summit.



The Republican response to the president’s weekly address

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Sen. Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee, on reforming student loans and education



The president’s weekly radio address

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The importance of fatherhood, and what the government can do to encourage strong parenting



Oxford dictionary recognizes dad dancing as new word

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Brennan Haselton, WTOP



Monotony can save you calories

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Veronica Robinson, WTOP

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Star Spangled manuscript makes trip to Frederick

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David Burd, WTOP



School’s out, but high school students struggle to find summer jobs

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WTOP’s Kate Ryan



Do we have to take extreme measures to unplug from technology?

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WTOP’s Dimitri Sotis




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