Saturday, July 6, 2013


WTOP’s Veronica Robinson

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Hundreds of kids are using rap to help them learn science

RELATED: How Rap Battles Are Helping High Schoolers Learn to Love Science (wired.com)


1:20 p.m. – Blake Hounshell, POLITICO

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The latest developments in Egypt



12:20 p.m. – Brett Norman, POLITICO

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What does the delay in implementation of Obamacare mean for businesses and workers?



Beer of the Week: An annual favorite is back

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Boulevard Saison-Brett returns



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

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The new jobs numbers: Is the economy recovering quickly enough?



The Republican response to the president’s weekly address

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Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins, of Kansas, calls on Senate Democrats to pass student-loan reform



The president’s weekly radio address

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The importance of Independence Day



WTOP’s Bob Madigan

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They say music makes the world go ’round, but it can also help explain the world.


WTOP’s Kristi King

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There is more evidence now of how bad it can be to disrupt your sleep patterns, and it could be especially bad for the livers of people who drink.

RELATED: It’s about time: Disrupted internal clocks play role in disease (eurekalert.com)


WTOP’s Randi Martin

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Meeting your mate online can lead to a happier marriage.



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