Friday, July 5, 2013

10:30 p.m. Reid Epstein, White House reporter, POLITICO

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Edward Snowden may get asylum in Venezuela or Nicaragua



7:30 p.m. Paul Brandus, White House Correspondent with West Wing Reports

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Jobs report indicates progress but questions about quality of the jobs remain



Tax implications for disabled students earning income at school

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Kate Ryan, WTOP



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

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World-class white wine comes from….Wisconsin?



4:40 p.m. Mark Hamrick, Washington bureau chief for Bankrate.com

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New jobs report not too hot, not too cold



4:20 p.m. – John Roberts, Fox News

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How should the U.S. respond to the violence in Egypt? And what is the future of Obamacare?



3:10 – Shibley Telhami, University of Maryland

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The violence in Egypt and what might come next



1:50 p.m. Cardinal Wuerl, Washington Archbishop

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What goes into becoming a saint?

Read more: Pope Francis clears John Paul II for sainthood


Children’s Chorus of Washington takes it’s first international tour

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WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports


12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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Are you ready for free college tuition?


12:20 p.m. – Mary Beth Albright, foodie

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More summer grilling tips


Data Doctors

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Get things done for $5 with fiverr.com


10:20 a.m. – Jen Chaney, entertainment reporter, Washington Post

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"The Way Way Back" and "The Lone Ranger"


9:50 a.m. – Seth Harris, acting labor secretary

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The latest unemployment numbers


WTOP’s Andrew Mollenbeck

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Yelp’s new <a href="http://www.yelp.com/wordmap/dc">word map</a> shows where hipsters, yuppies and tourists gather in the D.C. area.


8:20 a.m. – Candy Crowley, chief political correspondent for CNN

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The U.S. is stuck in the middle of tension in Egypt between Muslim Brotherhood and people behind coup


7:50 a.m. – Alex Ortiz, CBS News reporter in Cario

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Muslim Brotherhood raises fears of more violence, retaliation


6:50 a.m. – Major Garrett, CBS News chief White House correspondent

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The Muslim Brotherhood is calling for "Friday of Rage" protests in Egypt.


WTOP’s Bob Madigan

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What was it like to see the fireworks on the Fourth of July? WTOP asks out-of-towners, since D.C. area residents can be jaded about it.



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