Thursday, June 6, 2013

8:50 p.m. – Julian Sanchez, research fellow, Cato Institute

The government goes too far in surveillance of Americans

7:20 p.m. – WTOP’s Redskins Beat Reporter George Wallace

RG3 practically guarantees he’ll be ready to start training camp

7:50 p.m. – Christian Toto, Big Hollywood

Can Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson recapture their on-screen chemistry?

7:30 p.m. – Declan McCullagh, CNET correspondent

NSA records grab not limited to Verizon

6:20 p.m. – George Wallace, WTOP Redskins beat reporter

RG3’s knee

5:20 p.m. – Glenn Thrush, senior White House reporter for POLITICO

President Bush’s controversial security policies live on under Obama

4:40 p.m. – Catherine Herridge, Fox News chief intelligence correspondent

The NSA’s domestic surveillance program

1:20 p.m. – Robert O’Harrow , Washington Post

What is the line between privacy and national security?

12:50 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

The confession of Robert Bales

12:20 p.m. – Dr. Katy Nelson, Dr. Pawz

Preventing pets from running away, and what to do if they do

Tips on beefing up your passwords

WTOP’s Kristi King reports

11:30 a.m. – John Miller, senior correspondent, CBS

Why does the gov’t need phone records?

9:50 a.m. – Greg Redfern, WTOP space contributor

NASA’s plans to lasso an asteroid

9:30 a.m. – Sara Carter, Washington Guardian

Protecting U.S. diplomats in Beruit

Data Doctors

The Adobe Creative Cloud: Good or bad deal?

9:20 a.m. – Michelle Richardson, legislative counsel with the ACLU Washington Legislative Office

Concerns about NSA collecting phone records

8:20 a.m. – Katie Boehret, Wall Street Journal reporter

Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z is thinnest tablet available and can be submerged in water.

Related Link: The Wall Street Journal: A Tablet Good for Living Room, Bag and Water

7:50 a.m. – Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md

Obama-Xi summit

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

A look at reining in college costs

7:20 a.m. – Bill Gertz, Washington Free Beacon senior editor and Washington Times national security columnist

Al-Qaida weapons expert claims U.S. ambassador to Libya was killed by lethal injection.

Related Link: Washington Times: Weapons expert: U.S. ambassador to Libya killed by lethal injection

6:50 a.m. – Rachel Smolkin, deputy managing editor, POLITICO

NSA collecting phone numbers of millions of Verizon customers

6:20 a.m. – Michael Altman, United Way of National Capital Area

More than 1,000 nonprofits are trying to raise $2 million in one day in the Do More 24 Day.

Video on region’s economic and social well-being

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