DC Fire/EMS Chief Ken Ellerbe talked about his testimony before the Council regarding the department's fleet issues.
DC Councilman David Catania discussed his decision to form a mayoral exploratory committee.
And political science professor Alvin Thornton talked about President Obama's efforts to reboot his second term.
A stolen laptop leads to the discovery of a thriving black market. Washington Post reporter Peter Hermann joined us to discuss.
The DC Council approves legislation raising the city's minimum wage. David Catania forms a mayoral exploratory committee. Also, Mayor Gray has a feisty give-and-take with reporters one day after announcing he is a candidate for reelection. We talked with APs Ben Nuckols and WAMU's Patrick Madden.
In our second half hour we looked at the early holiday retail sales numbers and at some of the chaos to hit stores with Jennifer Nycz-Connor of the Washington Business Journal.
And, the Washington Wizards are flying high. Tom Threlkeld of the DC Pro Sports Report provided analysis.
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Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) talked about health reform, immigration and Iran.
Is coach Mike Shanahan's job in jeopardy? We asked Washington Post reporter Gene Wang.
And the Beacon House Falcons win their way to the national Pee Wee football championships, but the fundraising clock is ticking. We talked to the team's coach, two players and Beacon House founder Rev. Don Robinson.
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