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9:00 am
Fri January 25, 2013

An Exit Interview With Former Wash. Attorney General Rob McKenna

Rob McKenna, Republican candidate for Washington governor, talks to supporters, while daughters, Madeline, Katie and wife Marilyn applaud, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, in Bellevue, Wash.
Credit AP Photo/Stephen Brashear

After eight years as Washington state attorney general and an unsuccessful bid for governor, Rob McKenna is leaving public life. As the state’s top lawyer, the two-term Republican worked to crack down on sex trafficking, gang violence, identity theft and methamphetamine production. In 2010, McKenna joined a challenge to President Obama’s healthcare overhaul. The US Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act last summer. In November, McKenna was defeated by Democrat Jay Inslee in the 2012 gubernatorial race. Rob McKenna joins us to talk about his time in public office and what lies ahead.

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Arts & Entertainment
9:00 am
Fri January 4, 2013

"Almost Live!" Alums Have Seattle's Number

Tune in on Saturday night to catch the debut of 'The 206.'
Credit Facebook/The 206 TV

Seattle has grown since KING 5's sketch comedy show Almost Live! left the air in 1999. Now some of the team that brought "The Lame List" and "COPS in Wallingford" to TV is back with a new show of modern-day Seattle-centric funny. The 206, starring Pat Cashman, John Keister and Chris Cashman, premieres tomorrow night. They join us in studio with a preview.

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Books
9:00 am
Fri December 7, 2012

Trivia Master Ken Jennings On The Lies Parents Tell

Parents tell their children a lot of things, but how much of it is actually true? Jeopardy! champ and author Ken Jennings peels back the curtain on parental warnings and advice in his new book, "Because I Said So! The Truth Behind the Myths, Tales and Warnings Every Generation Passes Down to its Kids." Join us, and wait at least 30 minutes after listening before going swimming.

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International News
10:00 am
Tue November 6, 2012

The Week's Other Leadership Contest: China

President Barack Obama, right, meets with Chinese President Hu Jintao at the APEC Summit in Honolulu in 2011.
Credit AP Photo/Charles Dharapak

The US presidential election is not the only major leadership contest happening in the world this week. On Thursday, China's Communist Party convenes to pick a successor to President Hu Jintao. Vice President Xi Jinping is expected to succeed him as all but leader of the country's military. University of Washington China scholar David Bachman joins us to discuss the changing Chinese government.

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