Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013

Six ways to stay happy at work

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WTOP’s Veronica Robinson reports. <br><br> <b>Tips from U.S. News & World Report</b><br><br> 1. Don’t let resentments simmer<br> 2. Don’t attribute to malice what might be a mistake<br> 3. Don’t fight other people’s battles<br> 4. Use your benefits<br> 5. Thank people<br> 6. Know your bottom line<br><br> For more info visit <a href="http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2013/09/09/6-ways-to-be-happier-at-work">money.usnews.com</a>.



8:10 p.m. – Gerri Detwiler, director of consumer education at Credit.com

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Could your connections on social media affect your credit-worthiness?



9:10 p.m. – Mike Debonis, Washington Post reporter

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D.C. could potentially defy government shutdown



D.C. mayor taking a look at equality in high school athletics

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WTOP’s Megan Cloherty reports.



7:40 p.m. Jon Alterman, who directs the Middle East program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Complex politics affecting the U.S., Iran relationship



6:20 p.m. Neil Irwin, Washington Post financial reporter

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Why the Redskins aren’t winning…think green

Read the full story here: The real reasons the Redskins can’t win a game


5:40 p.m. Seung Min Kim, congressional reporter for POLITICO

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Ted Cruz stands his ground against Obamacare on the Senate floor



Should Montgomery County councilmembers get a 17 percent raise?

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Kate Ryan, WTOP



4:10 p.m. — Larry Sabato, director, University of Virginia Center for Politics

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Latest on the Virginia governor race



3:50 p.m. – Noah Diffenbaugh, associate professor, Stanford University

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Study: More storms on the horizon



2:20 p.m. – Aaron David Miller, scholar with Woodrow Wilson Center and former advisor to six secretaries of state on Arab-Israeli negotiations

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Reactions to President Obama’s speech at the UN


12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

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Why would an American join Al-Shabab?


Dreams do come true at Light the Way 5K

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WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports


11:40 a.m. – Peter Maer, CBS News White House correspondent

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President Obama, in speaking to the U.N. Security Council, held out the threat of military action if Syria doesn’t turn over its chemical weapons.



11:10 a.m. – Francis Rose, WFED

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If the government shuts down, it would be hard to say how many workers would be affected because the government hasn’t said which positions are essential.



8:40 a.m. – Mike Causey, Federal News Radio senior correspondent

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What people can do to protect themselves from an attack in the workplace.



8:20 a.m. – John King, CNN chief national correspondent

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How much would a government shutdown cost?



7:40 a.m. – Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD 8th District)

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Who is to blame if there is a government shutdown?



7:10 a.m. – Marc Ginsberg, former US ambassador to Morocco and presidential adviser

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Obama will address UN General Assembly Tuesday, but should he try to connect with Iran’s president?



6:10 a.m. – Peter Greenberg, CBS New travel editor

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The latest on the tense situation at a mall in Nairobi, Kenya, where a militant group has killed more than 60 people.



Film with effort to reduce bulling premiere’s in D.C.

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WTOP’s Megan Cloherty reports. <a href="http://www.welcomingschools.org/pages/attend-the-premier-of-what-can-we-do-bias-bullying-and-bystanders/">Click here for more information</a> or watch the trailer below.


Data Doctors

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