Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013

The death of Mary “Shelley” Goldsmith, a University of Virginia student, raises questions about the street drug Molly.

Sue Foster, CASAColumbia’s vice president and director of policy research and analysis, says like other drugs, Molly has become fashionable to use.

But the problem is that users don’t know what they are taking.


11:10 a.m. – Sue Foster, CASAColumbia’s vice president and director of policy research and analysis on Molly

Small share of the population uses the drug Molly.


10:30 p.m. – Michael Cohen, fellow at the Century Foundation and columnist at the Guardian

President Obama engages in unneeded fear-mongering on Syria


10:20 p.m. – Kerry Patton, author and counter terrorism specialist

Is President Obama right to move slowly on Syria?


9:20 – Rachel Smolkin, deputy managing editor of Politico

Analysis on President Barack Obama’s speech on Syria


9 p.m. – President Barack Obama’s Syria speech

The President speaks to the nation


8:10 p.m. – Adam Levin of Credit.com and Identity Theft 911

Living without debt is the new American Dream


7:40 p.m. Brian Tong, CNET senior editor

Colors or fingerprint technology among the options on the new iPhone


7:20 p.m. Stephen Zunes, professor of politics and coordinator of Middle Eastern studies at the University of San Francisco

Previewing President Obama speech and proposed strike plans


5:40 p.m. John Harris, editor-in-chief for POLITICO

Flurry of developments today on Syria


5:10 p.m. David Elfin, longtime Redskins beat reporter and author of the book ‘The Washington Redskins: The Complete Illustrated History’

Short week for the Redskins to prep for the Packers, what happened during the Eagles


Silver Spring Transit Center won’t be done for months, price will go up

Kate Ryan, WTOP

Sept 10 Statement From Bryant Foulger

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4:40 p.m. – Ali Velshi, host, Al-Jazeera America

Good and bad for small business


4:10 p.m. – Rob Pegoraro, tech columnist, USA Today

The new iPhone


3:50 p.m. – Brian Kelly, editor, U.S. News and World Report

This year’s college rankings


2:20 p.m. – George Wallace, WTOP’s Redskins beat reporter

What the heck happened last night?


12:51 p.m. – Dave Ross, commentator

The ‘Yada Yada Yada’ theory


12:30 p.m. – David Albright, president, Institute for Science and International Security and former U.N. weapons inspector

Areas where Syria has chemical weapons would need to be sealed off, if Russia’s plan is accepted.


10:10 a.m. – Ken Colburn, Data Doctors

New iPhones may have two different handsets, more storage.


9:10 a.m. – Larry Sabato, director, University of Virginia Center for Politics

People are overwhelming opposed to military strike against Syria.


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

Predictions about President Barack Obama’s address on Syria set for Tuesday afternoon.


7:40 a.m. – Phil Flynn, analyst with The PRICE Futures Group

Syria’s effect on oil prices.


7:10 a.m. – Peter Maer, CBS News White House correspondent

What to expect with President Barack Obama’s address on Syria.


6:40 a.m. – Guy Taylor of the Washington Times

Comparing President Barack Obama’s campaign promises about terrorism and al-Qaida to recent findings.


Data Doctors

A shortcut when looking for travel info


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