Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013

12:20 p.m. – Deborah Kotz, health blogger for Boston Globe

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A new trend? Teens are smoking candy-flavored cigars

Teens smoking flavored little cigars, despite laws banning sale to minors -Boston Globe

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Not your average Halloween party

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WTOP’s Bob Madigan reports

Read more: Spooky party brings in cash for headstones

Just how dependent are we on technology?

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WTOP’s Randi Martin reports



4:20 p.m. – Danielle Kurtzleben, business and economics reporter for U.S News and World Report

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Student loans could push retirement back to age 75 for some millennials



3:20 p.m. – Paula Wolfson, WTOP health and fitness reporter

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WTOP’s Paula Wolfson describes her experience completing the Marine Corps Marathon



12:50 p.m. – Nycci Nellis of ‘The List Are You On It’

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Tickets are selling fast for a cooking exhibition with 100 chefs and 15 mixologists coming up in November



11:20 a.m. – Ron Sitrin of Long and Foster

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Temperatures are cooling, but the housing market is heating up



10:50 a.m. – Bob Schieffer of Face the Nation on CBS

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Looking back on the JFK assassination as the 50th anniversary approaches



9:50 a.m. – Ken Walsh, chief White House correspondent for U.S. News & World Report

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The Obama administration says HealthCare.gov will be fixed by the end of November



9:20 a.m. – Matt Roush, TV GUIDE entertainment editor

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A "Murder She Wrote" reboot could return to NBC



8:20 a.m. – Paul Bedard, the Washington Secrets columnist for the Examiner

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Has President Barack Obama lost the public’s trust?



7:50 a.m. – David Alpern, host of ‘For Your Ears Only’

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It’s been a frustrating rollout for Obamacare online health exchanges. How much damage has been done?


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