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Monday, June 17, 2013

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8:20 p.m. - Dan Deevy,

Reviewing the TV series 'Falling Skies'


7:30 p.m. JJ Green, WTOP National Security Correspondent

Why Edward Snowden agreed to internet chat


7:20 p.m. Susannah Snider, of Kiplinger's Personal Finance

How to save money on your summer vacation


6:20 p.m. Susan Page, Washington bureau chief for USA Today

Poll: What Americans think about Edward Snowden, NSA surveillance programs


5:20 p.m. Edward-Isaac Dovere, White House editor for POLITICO

U.S. and Russia discuss Syria


4:10 p.m. Laura Vozzella, Washington Post Reporter

Va. taxpayers footing bill for governor's vitamins, body wash


3:50 p.m. Rick Newman, columnist for Yahoo Finance

Thwarting Chinese hackers


2:20 p.m. Fairfax Hackley, personal trainer

Ab exercises the right way


Living on sunlight and tea

12:51 p.m. - Dave Ross, commentator


UPDATE: Monday - 6/17/2013, 4:35pm ET

WASHINGTON - The Washington Post reports that the three football players accused of assaulting their classmate last year will face an Article 32 or a preliminary hearing regarding the allegations.


A 20-year-old Navy midshipman who admits she had been drinking heavily says she was raped by three of her classmates -- all football players.

The woman and her mother talked with "CBS This Morning." The woman's mother also has spoken with The Washington Post, saying the Naval Academy hasn't taken the situation seriously.

CBS reports the Naval Academy said in a statement that officials are "monitoring the progress of this investigation and evaluating the appropriate options for adjudication."

This story has been modified to say that the midshipman's mother spoke with the Post and accused the academy of not taking the situation seriously.

Summer vacation means work for Prince George's County schools

WTOP's Kate Ryan reports


12:20 p.m. - Sheryl Attkisson, news correspondent, CBS

High Court rules states can't require voters to prove their citizenship


11:20 p.m. - Andrew Cohen, CBS

Supreme Court rules on Arizona voter registration


Data Doctors

Preparing for the worst


9:20 a.m. - Dr. Kathleen Hall, founder and CEO of the Mindful Living Network and Stress Institute

Keeping tabs on your kids during the summer


7:50 a.m. - Gordon Chang, expert on China and North Korea

Impact of release of NSA surveillance information on U.S.-China relations


7:20 a.m. - Michael O'Hanlon, military analyst and senior fellow, Brookings Institution

Members of Congress wrestling with privacy safeguards with surveillance


6:50 a.m. - Michael Gordon, military correspondent, New York Times

G8 Summit to take up issue of arming the Syrian rebels


The Offline Glass that's being used at the Salve Jorge Bar in São Paulo, Brazil, helps bar patrons focus on friends, not their phones, according to Mashable. You can either have a beer or be on your phone.

Spelling lesson needed

The roof of the Louisville third base dugout has the College World Series sign misspelled during an NCAA College World Series game against Indiana in Omaha, Neb., Saturday, June 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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Great deals on theme park vacations

WTOP's Rosemary Frisino Toohey reports.


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The Prince George's County Police Department is encouraging safety while filling the tank this summer. Watch the video for more information:


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