The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Monday, March 28, 2016
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Prof. ALLAN SAXE (Political science professor at the University of Texas at Arlington) In the wake of the Tuesday’s terror attacks in Brussels, the Pentagon announced Friday that a U.S. special operations team killed the Islamic State’s second in command. With the race for the White House heading into convention season, the candidates will be focusing on demonstrating their ability to take on international terrorism.

DAVID LIGHTMAN (National Correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers) Bernie Sanders got three wins against Hillary Clinton over the weekend and following last week's attacks in Belgium, we found out if President Obama sent the wrong message by attending a baseball game with Raul Castro in Cuba.

JORDANA TURKEL, RD (Clinical Dietician, Certified Diabetes Educator and Certified In Adult Weight Management At Lenox Hill Hospital in New York) According to a new study, teenagers who get less than eight hours of sleep at night are more likely to have fat around their midsection and to be resistant to insulin, factors which can eventually lead to type 2 diabetes.

JOAN BAUER (New York Times best-selling and award-winning author. Her new novel, "Soar," which explores the question, "Is winning all that matters?") Sports Illustrated Kids* just reviewed Joan Bauer’s latest book, Soar, which explores the question “is winning all that matters?” while telling the story of a small town baseball team that rebuilds their image and legacy after being busted for cheating.

Tune in tomorrow for your chance to win a pair of tickets to Celtic Thunder at the Toyota Oakdale in Wallingford on August 28th.

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