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Monday, Aug. 19, 2013

10:40 p.m. – Michelle Bash, WTOP reporter

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<a href="http://www.wtop.com/357/3357383/NFL-to-limit-bags-brought-into-stadiums">New NFL policy restricts bags – including at FedExField</a>



9:10 p.m. – Greg McBride, senior financial analyst at Bankrate.com

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American’s aren’t saving enough for retirement



8:10 p.m. – Dan Deevy, WTOP’s Guy in L.A.

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Taking a look at the new Cinemax series ‘Strike Back’



7:40 p.m. – Larry Magid, CBS News and CNET tech consultant

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The pros and cons of the rumored smart watch



5:10 p.m. – David Nather, POLITICO

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The launch of Obamacare vs. the launch of Medicare. Read Nather’s story <a href="http://www.politico.com/story/2013/08/obamacare-hurdles-higher-than-medicares-95642.html">here</a>.



4:20 p.m. – Dr. Terry Jodrie, emergency physician at Washington Adventist Hospital

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The CDC says Lyme Disease affects 10 times more Americans than previously thought



3:50 p.m. – George Wallace, Redskins beat reporter

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More on what to expect in tonight’s preseason game with Pittsburgh



3:10 p.m. – Dr. Jean Drayer, professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning Policy and leadership at the University of Maryland

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Parents can help ease kids back into school


2:20 p.m. – Fairfax Hackley, personal trainer

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What does it take to be a member of an America’s Cup crew?


1:10 p.m. – WTOP Redskins beat reporter George Wallace

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Expect to see Kirk Cousins in for the first half of Monday night’s Redskins game.


12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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What makes you feel safe?


11:30 a.m. – Aaron David Miller, scholar with Woodrow Wilson Center and former adviser to six secretaries of state on Arab-Israeli negotiations, via Skype

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Not much can be done to stop violence in Egypt.



11:20 a.m. – Rosalind Helderman, congressional reporter for The Washington Post

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Stock purchases by Maureen McDonnell are in question.


The start of the school year is particularly stressful for students. Parents can reduce their children’s stress levels, and their own, by starting each day in a “playful, flexible and organized” way.”

Hall says a family calendar will help, as will specific places for children to put their things.

She offers more tips in the interview below:

9:10 a.m. – Kathleen Hall, founder and CEO, Mindful Living Network and Stress Institute

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Organization is the key to reducing stress at the start of the school year.

Related Story: With new school year, pedestrian safety a priority in Prince George’s County


10:40 a.m. – Stuart Friedman, CEO of Global Context

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In a global economy, businesses need to understand cultural differences in nuances in communication.



8:40 a.m. – Michelle Richardson, ACLU legislative counsel

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National Security Agency’s violations of privacy.



7:40 a.m. – Chuck Todd, NBC chief White House correspondent

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Egypt court acquits Hosni Mubarack on corruption charges, but what does it mean for the country?



7:10 a.m. – Kevin Maxwell, chief executive officer of Prince George’s County Public Schools

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Prince George’s County opens new schools and expands pre-K.

Related Story: Students in Prince George’s County head back to school


Data Doctors

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The Wayback Machine



6:40 a.m. – Alex Isenstadt, political reporter for POLITICO

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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are disagreeing about the Republican Party’s direction.



In Afghanistan, some U.S. troops have 4 years to go

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WTOP’s National Security Correspondent J.J. Green reports.



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