Archive for April 2015

"Free Range" Parenting; MD Session Re-Cap; Friday Focus on You

April 17, 2015 - 01:23 PM
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Perspective on the "free-range parenting" debate. We got expert advice from Georgetown University Hospital child psychologist Matthew Biel.

We talked about the just-concluded session of the Maryland General Assembly. With us: Senators Rich Madaleno (D-Montgomery) and Michael Hough (R-Frederick).

And in our Friday Focus on You, advice for helping your kids eat right and exercise more. Our guest: personal trainer Josef Brandenburg.


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Snyder Searches for Stadium; Gyrocopter Invades Capitol Lawn; Secret GOP Vetting

April 16, 2015 - 12:04 PM
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Dan Snyder eyes Virginia for a new stadium. Washington Post reporter Jonathan O'Connell joined us with the latest.

How did a Florida mailman land a gyrocopter without being shot down? We asked former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino and I-Team reporter Joce Sterman.

And National Journal reporter Tim Alberta talked about private meetings a group of social conservatives has planned with the GOP presidential hopefuls.


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Hillary Makes It Official; Police Use of Force

April 13, 2015 - 11:38 AM
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Hillary Clinton announces she's a candidate for president. We talked with Eleanor Clift, author of "Madame President," former congressman Jim Moran and Republican strategist Bob Rusbuldt.


Then: Dr. Elsie Scott, former NYPD deputy commissioner for training, talked about use-of-force, cameras and more.


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Is There a Skills Gap in America?; Mayor Bowser's First 100 Days; Who's DC's Top Sports Team Now?; WH Supports Ban on Gay Conversion Therapy

April 9, 2015 - 11:55 AM
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Economist Peter Morici explained why job growth is sluggish and wages are flat.


Washingtonian's Harry Jaffe discussed Mayor Bowser's first 100 days in office and whether the Nats are gaining popularity over the Skins.


In our final segment, Washington Blade reporter Chris Johnson discussed The White House supporting a ban on gay conversion therapy. Watch today's full hour in the clips below. Click "Continue Reading" to see remaining segments.

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