4:20 p.m. Danielle Kurtzleben, U.S. News & World Report
Americans are giving gifts to help pay down the debt
12:51 p.m. Nycci Nellis, The List, Are You On It?
D.C. chefs compete in Cochon 555
12:20 p.m. Deborah Kotz, Daily Dose health blogger, the Boston Globe
Study: Statin side effects go away. <a href="http://www.boston.com/dailydose/2013/04/01/statin-side-effects-brigham-and-women-hospital-study-indicates-they-usually-away/YSJEKgTFrjmGYq304k6iJN/story.html">Read more here</a>.
11:20 a.m. Ron Sitrin, Long & Foster
Expect more houses to go for sale this spring
9:50 a.m. Ken Walsh, Chief White House Correspondent, U.S. News & World Report
Politicians should be talking about jobs and not the deficit
8:20 a.m. Paul Bedard, Washington Whispers columnist, the Washington Examiner
Thousands of "health care navigators" being hired. <a href="http://washingtonexaminer.com/tens-of-thousands-obamacare-navigators-to-be-hired/article/2526167">Read more here</a>.
7:50 a.m. David Alpern, host, "For Your Ears Only"
Still a guessing game about North Korea
WTOP's Del Walters
When Mad Men returns, what will you be watching for?
WTOP's Rosemary Frisino Toohey
Just like flowers popping up, transient crooks suddenly appear every spring.
WTOP's Bob Madigan
Who says you can't go home again? Not Alice Smith.
WTOP's Kristi King
Get the best deal possible on new carpet