Date: Wed January 2, 2013
Show: Ross and Burbank
A deal to stop income taxes from rising for most Americans has been reached, avoiding the fiscal cliff. But there's still plenty to fight over in 2013. In mid-February, the nation will again hit its debt ceiling, and in two months, the issue of deep spending cuts will come up again. // More details are coming out in the tragic Oregon bus crash that killed 9. A real-estate investor from Spanaway and a convenience-store owner from Lynnwood were among the nine passengers killed. KIRO Radio's Chris Sullivan talked to a former head of the NTSB about seat belts on buses. // An Afghan man being held at Guantanamo has an excellent grasp of Western pop culture. In letters to his lawyer, Mohammad Rahim al-Afghani refers to Howard Stern, Fox News and South Korean singer PSY. We talk to his lawyer, Carlos Warner. // Seahawks play the Washington Redskins this weekend. How realistic are Seattle's Super Bowl dreams?
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