Snowden, who says he has details of secret U.S. surveillance programs, has multiple offers of asylum and is thought to be stuck in the transit area of Moscow’s main airport. The U.S. is seeking Snowden’s return so he can face espionage charges.
Michael Chertoff, former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and chairman of security firm Chertoff Group, says there is no way to prove Snowden’s claims. He says Snowden is acting not like a whistleblower, but instead is “acting like an extortionist.”
8:40 a.m. – Michael Chertoff, former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and chairman of security firm Chertoff Group
Edward Snowden is acting like an "extortionist," not a whistleblower.
10:30 p.m. – WTOP’s Capitol Hill Correspondent Dave McConnell
Republicans and Democrats wrap-up more than three hours of closed-door talks on the fate of several of President Barack Obama’s stalled nominations – without a resolution.
8:35 p.m. – Jim Neustadt – Director, Communications and Community Relations for WSSC
<a href="http://wtop.com/58/3389798/Days-without-water-for-Prince-Georges">Water main replacement will leave thousands in Prince George’s County without water for days.</a>
5:40 p.m. Jeffrey Selingo, editor at-large, Chronicle of Higher Education and author of ‘College (un)bound: the future of high education and what it means for students’
Why college tuition continues to rise
5:20 p.m. Alex Isenstadt, political reporter for POLITICO
Super PACs sprout early for 2016 presidential race
4:40 p.m. – Jill Schlesinger, business analyst, CBS
Moneywatch week ahead
3:50 p.m. – John Markoff, science writer, New York Times
The age of robo-sapiens?
3:10 p.m. – Andrew Cohen, CBS News analyst
Unlikely DOJ will bring charges against Zimmerman
Kids in Montgomery County spent part of their summer helping gather and pack school supplies for other children. (WTOP/Kate Ryan)
Hauling boxes of school supplies so other kids have a great school year in Montgomery County. (WTOP/Kate Ryan)
Kids helping other kids get ready for school
WTOP’s Kate Ryan reports
2:20 p.m. – Fairfax Hackley, personal trainer
The good, the bad and dangers of energy drinks
12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator
The Florida rule
11:20 a.m. – Pamela Eyring, president of The Protocol School of Washington
Advice for giving a tip at restaurants, for take-out meals, on vacation and even at coffee shops.
10:50 a.m. – Clinton Yates, ‘Washington Post’ columnist
What’s next for George Zimmerman?
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10:20 a.m. – Dr. James Rosenthal, emergency room doctor at Washington Adventist Hospital
What are the signs of heat-related illnesses? Who’s most affected?
9:10 a.m. – Kathleen Hall, founder and CEO of the Mindful Living Network and Stress Institute
Kids only learn balance in life if parents proactively teach it.
7:40 a.m. – Chuck Todd, NBC chief White House correspondent
There is a remote chance of federal charges against George Zimmerman in death of Trayvon Martin.
6:40 a.m. – Tamara Lave, law professor at University of Miami
The Justice Department is considering whether to file criminal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman.
6:10 a.m. – Kathryn Milofsky, royal watcher
Britain is in an uproar as it awaits the royal baby.
‘The Cat in the Hat’ comes alive on stage
WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports
Cyberwarriors could replace nuclear weapons specialists
WTOP’s National Security Correspondent J.J. Green.