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12am – 1am The John Batchelor Show John Batchelor
1am – 5am Coast to Coast George Noory
5am – 5:30am Wall Street Journal This Morning Gordon Deal
5:30am – 9am Morning Newswatch Lee Rayburn
9am – 12pm The Glenn Beck Program Glenn Beck
12pm – 3pm Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh
3pm – 5pm Sean Hannity Sean Hannity
5pm – 6pm Evening Newswatch Brendan Callahan
6pm – 7pm Sean Hannity Sean Hannity
7pm – 10pm The Mark Levin Show Mark Levin
10pm – 12am The John Batchelor Show John Batchelor

Saturday

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 – 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

Sunday

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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FCC considers ban on Redskins name

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Broadcasters could be fined for using the moniker of the Washington NFL team, a word many consider a slur to Native Americans.