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1am – 6am Coast to Coast George Noory
6am – 7am Wall Street Journal This Weekend Gordon Deal
7am – 10am Saturday Morning Newswatch
10am – 12pm Glenn Haege Show Glenn Haege
12pm – 3pm The Best of Clark Howard Show Clark Howard
3pm – 6pm Larry Kudlow Larry Kudlow
6pm – 9pm Sean Hannity Sean Hannity
9pm – 12am Lars Larson Lars Larson

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12am – 1am The John Batchelor Show John Batchelor
1am – 6am Coast to Coast George Noory
6am – 7am Wall Street Journal This Weekend Gordon Deal
7am – 8am CBS News Weekend Roundup Dan Raviv
8am – 10am Rudy Paolangeli Show Rudy Paolangeli
10am – 12pm Garden Rebel Vince Sims
12pm – 1pm Meet the Press David Gregory
1pm – 4pm Kim Komando Show Kim Komando
4pm – 7pm Bill Handel Bill Handel
7pm – 10pm Lars Larson Lars Larson
10pm – 12am The John Batchelor Show John Batchelor

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Calls for peace at Kansas shooting memorial

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The scene of a hate crime just days ago became the setting for tears, prayers and calls for peace.

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TCAT moving forward with audit after embezzlement charge

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Transit agency sending out requests for proposals for forensic audit, releasing more details of employee Pamela Johnson's termination

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Obama budget plan would boost U.S. tax revenue, cut deficits

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The Congressional Budget Office says the 2015 budget could boost tax revenues while slashing deficits by $1.05 trillion.

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DiNapoli says dubious tax refunds blocked

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The New York Comptroller's Office reports stopping more than $24 million in questionable personal income tax refunds so far this year, saying it has found 7,482 improper filings, up 18 percent from last year.

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NY AG reaches settlement with GrubHub

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Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has reached an agreement with the online food delivery company GrubHub to ensure that the tips it collects from customers will be given to the workers they were intended for.