Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013

6:10 a.m. – Ron Levi, founder of DOGTV

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DIRECTV offers the new channel that keeps pets occupied when they’re at home alone.

Watch an example of the DOGTV relaxation video:


8:10 p.m. – Carroll Lachnit, Edmunds.com features editor

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The dos and don’t of leaving a babysitter with your car



7:40 p.m. Christian Toto, assistant editor at Big Hollywood

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Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg have lots of chemistry in ‘2 Guns’



7:20 p.m. Stephen Cohen, Russian studies scholar at New York University

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Russia’s motivation for giving Snowden asylum



6:20 p.m. Ken Colburn, Data Doctors

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A new Google smart phone, should you try it?



5:10 p.m. John Harris, Editor-in-Chief at POLITICO

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Rand Paul vs. Chris Christie entertaining spectacle, shines light on ideological divide within the GOP



3:10 p.m. – Janet Bodnar, Editor of Kiplinger Personal Finance

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Avoid those fights while back-to-school shopping

Read more from Kiplinger: How to Handle Back-to-School Shopping With Teens


1:40 p.m. – Jeffery Mankoff, deputy director and fellow with the CSIS Russia and Eurasia program

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U.S. administration needs a productive relationship with Russia, despite Edward Snowden’s asylum.



12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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Two members of Congress attempt to do the impossible


The item in your spice cabinet that may fight cancer

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WTOP’s Kristi King reports.

Related Link: Johns Hopkins: A Simple Spice That May Battle Cancer


Local show pays tribute to the Rolling Stones

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WTOP’s Neal Augenstein reports.



12:10 p.m. – Katy Nelson, veterinarian and "Dr. Pawz"

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What core vaccines does your pet need?


11:10 a.m. – Christine Brennan, USA TODAY sports columnist

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MLB has volumes of evidence to put A-Rod out of the game.



10:40 a.m. – Peter Maer, CBS News White House correspondent

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What’s the likelihood that Edward Snowden will be returned to the U.S. from Russia?



10:10 a.m. – Larry Magid CBS News and CNET tech analyst

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Motorola’s Moto X smartphone has some innovative features.



9:10 a.m. – Brian Stetler, New York Times media reporter

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Netflix orders second season for "Orange is the New Black." How people are watching TV is shifting.



8:40 a.m. – WTOP’s National Security Correspondent J.J. Green

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Edward Snowden will likely give Russia debriefs on the intelligence information he has.



7:35 a.m. – Bob Beckel and Cal Thomas, political commentators

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The Bradley Manning case and its parallels to the Edward Snowden case.



7:10 a.m. – Jim VandeHei, executive editor for POLITICO.

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The Affordable Care Act’s effect on Capitol Hill staffers.



  • Reuters: Babies given away live on air in Pakistani talk show

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    7:40 a.m. – Dan Ackerman, CNET senior editor

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    Chromecast streams media into your TV for $35

    Related Story: Review: Chromecast streams media at a nice price


    Data Doctors

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    NSFW: What’s it mean?



    Cyber attacks eventual reality for US

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



    Restaurant app may soon allow mobile payments

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    WTOP’s Kyle Cooper reports.

    Related Link: New York Times: OpenTable Begins Testing Mobile Payments


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