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Energy Bill Tangled Up in Politics Election-season bickering causes bipartisan bill to fail A widely popular, bipartisan energy savings bill fell victim in the Senate on Monday to election-year politics and the Obama administration’s continued indecision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline. A procedural motion to limit debate and send the measure to the Senate floor without amendments fell five votes short of the 60 votes needed for approval. The legislation would tighten efficiency guidelines for new federal buildings and provide tax incentives to make homes and commercial buildings more efficient. It easily cleared a procedural hurdle but stalled after Republican demand for votes on the Canada-to-Texas pipeline and on new administration-proposed greenhouse gas limits for coal-burning power plants. Republicans are united in favor of the pipeline and against the new power plant regulations, while

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Democrats are deeply divided on both. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., used a parliamentary maneuver to block Senate votes on the pipeline and power plant rules as part of the energy savings bill. Reid said Monday that Republicans were “still seeking ransom” on the energy savings bill by insisting on the Keystone amendment and other votes. Election-year politics loomed on both sides. Democrats said Republicans were unwilling to hand a vic-

tory on the energy bill to co-sponsor Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, who is facing a re-election challenge from Republican Scott Brown. Democrats also said the GOP wants to deny political cover to Sen. Mary Landrieu, who faces a re-election fight in Louisiana and to other Democrats in energy-producing states who have pushed for the pipeline’s approval during their campaigns. President Barack Obama delayed the project last month, citing uncertainty over the pipeline’s route

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The proportion of Americans who carry $20 or less in cash in their wallets on a regular basis; 9 percent don’t carry any, according to a report from Bankrate.com. The findings aren’t too surprising at a time when people are able to swipe their debit cards to buy a pack of gum and scan their phones to buy a latte. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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NASA Spots Worrisome Ice-Sheet Melt The huge West Antarctic ice sheet is starting a glacially slow collapse in an unstoppable way, two new studies show, and alarmed scientists say that means even more sea level rise than they figured. The worrisome outcomes won’t be seen soon. Scientists are talk-

ing hundreds of years, but over that time, the melt could eventually add 4 to 12 feet to current sea levels. A NASA study looking at 40 years of ground, airplane and satellite data of what researchers call “the weak underbelly of West Antarctica” shows the melt is happening faster than scientists had predicted. “It does seem to be happening

quickly,” said University of Washington glaciologist Ian Joughin, lead author of the study in the journal Science. “We really are witnessing the beginning stages.” It’s likely that man-made global warming and the ozone hole have changed the Antarctic winds and warmed the water that eats away at the feet of the ice, researchers said at

a NASA news conference Monday. NASA glaciologist Eric Rignot, chief author of the NASA study in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, said the “grounding line,” which could be considered a dam that stops glacier retreat, has essentially been breached. The only thing that could stop the retreat is a mountain or hill and there is none. (AP)

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The winner was to face Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers in November in the GOP-leaning 2nd Congressional District. Crisco had been North Carolina’s top business recruiter for four years under former Gov. Beverly Perdue. He earned an MBA from Harvard University, spent a year in President Richard Nixon’s Commerce Department and had a career in textile manufacturing. “He was a gentleman, a good and honorable man and an extraordinary public servant,” Aiken said in a statement. “I was honored to know him.” (AP)

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has begun an investigation that could lead to charges against nearly 50 people who rode ATVs on an off-limits trail last weekend in Utah to show their displeasure with the federal government. The agency is working to determine what happened Saturday; a damage assessment of Recapture Canyon in Utah is planned. (AP) NEW YORK

2nd MERS Case Reported Health officials have confirmed a second U.S. case of a mysterious virus that has sickened hundreds in the Middle East. The latest case is a resident of Saudi Arabia, visiting Florida, who is now in an Orlando hospital. He was diagnosed Sunday with the respiratory illness MERS, or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. (AP) FRITCH, TEXAS

Wildfire Destroys Homes Emergency officials say about 75 homes are destroyed and hundreds of people have evacuated the area after a wildfire burned up to 2 square miles in the Texas Panhandle. Firefighters said Monday evening they have stopped the spread of flames and are mostly responding to hotspots. (AP) NEW YORK

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Oscar Pistorius has an anxiety disorder that may have contributed to the fatal shooting of his girlfriend, a psychiatrist testified Pistorius at his murder trial Monday, prompting the chief prosecutor to say the doubleamputee Olympian should be placed under psychiatric observation. (AP) VIENNA

Nuke Probe of Iran Falters Diplomats said Monday that a July 20 target date for an Iran nuclear deal is in jeopardy because Tehran is not providing answers sought by U.N. experts investigating whether Tehran worked on atomic arms. The U.N. agency’s probe is separate from nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers. (AP) ISTANBUL

Turkey Must Pay Cyprus $123M Over Invasion Europe’s top human rights court, in its largest ever judgment, ordered Turkey on Monday to pay $123 million to Cyprus for its 1974 invasion and the island’s subsequent division. The decision from the European Court of Human Rights said the passage of time did not erase Turkey’s responsibility in the case. The judgment comes as the Turkish and Greek Cypriot communities are making a new effort to reunite the island. (AP) JERUSALEM

Israelis Protest Over Vatican’s Role at Holy Site About 100 Israelis protested Monday against the government at a Jerusalem religious site they fear will be handed over to Vatican control when the pope visits in a few weeks. The site is believed by Christians to be the place of the Last Supper; prayers are held in the room twice a year. The Vatican has petitioned for more access for years. Officials on both sides say they are close to an agreement to allow daily prayers there. (AP)

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of error was 1.4 percentage points. “This is where we will learn who the real reformers are and who are the conservatives,” French President Francois Hollande said this month on national TV. He’s trying to counter his image as a man afraid of unpopular cost-cutting reforms that many economists say his nation needs in order to thrive. The government wants to halve the number of regions to 11 or 12, though the precise division has not been decided yet. The proposal has stirred up the traditional attachment of French people to their regions — and sometimes strong feelings against sharing the same authorities as their neighbors. SYLVIE CORBET (AP)

$900M The latest cost of building Brazil’s World Cup stadium; the price has nearly tripled largely because of alleged fraudulent billing, government auditors said in an Associated Press report Monday. The spike in costs for Mane Garrincha stadium in Brasilia has made it the world’s second-most expensive soccer arena (England’s Wembley Stadium is tops), even though the city has no major professional team. (AP)

Also Monday iiA Bermuda government report urged the easing of marijuana laws iiA boat crowded with migrants sank in the Mediterranean north of Libya, leaving at least 14 dead iiOfficials said a stampede at a soccer stadium Sunday in Congo’s capital killed at least 15 iiSouth Sudan’s government said via Twitter that elections set for next year would be postponed for two or three years (E XPRESS)

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Can a Hashtag Really Help? A guide to the history, criticism and successes of Twitter activism

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“Hashtag activism” congealed in a major way around an actionable, concrete cause in 2012. On a Tuesday in January, the Susan G. Komen Foundation announced plans to cut funding for Planned Parenthood off. By Friday, more than 100,000 people had tweeted hashtags like #signon and #standwithpp — and Komen had restored funding. It helped that many of the activists were stakeholders in the conflict: women who used Planned Parenthood or women’s health services more generally.

#Kony2012 That was a major failing for #Kony2012. Sparked by a documen-

A video released Monday by Nigeria’s Boko Haram terrorist network shows the alleged abducted girls praying in Arabic.

George Zimmerman was barely investigated when he shot and killed an unarmed teenager, Trayvon Martin, in the Florida suburbs. The case initially attracted no attention outside Florida. But when it trickled onto Twitter’s trending topics list, issues like contemporary racism and gun control suddenly became hallmarks of the national conversation.

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Boko Haram Releases Video of Girls Under the guns of their captors, dozens of girls sat huddled together wearing Muslim veils as they chanted Quranic verses in Arabic. “I swear to almighty Allah, you will not see them again until you release our [captured] brothers,” the leader of the Boko Haram terrorist network threatened. A video released by the group Monday offered the first public glimpse of what it claimed were some of the nearly 300 Nigerian

tary of the same name on Ugandan military leader and indicted war criminal Joseph Kony, #Kony2012 earned nearly 2.4 million tweets in March 2012 … but failed to articulate any specific demands. Worse, it was organized by do-gooder Americans, not Ugandans. The meddling, imperialist overtones would forever haunt the hashtag.

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schoolgirls kidnapped a month ago. It is unknown how many suspected Boko Haram members are detained by security forces. Hundreds were killed last month when leader Abubakar Shekau’s fighters stormed the military’s barracks in Maiduguri, the headquarters of a military state of emergency to put down the 5-year-old Islamic uprising. In the video, which showed about 100 girls, two were singled

out for questioning. “Why have you become a Muslim?” one girl, was asked. “The reason why I became a Muslim is because the path we are on is not the right path,” the girl said, nervously shifting her body. It was impossible to fully authenticate the video, though parents were trying to turn on a generator in the town of Chibok to watch the video and identify their daughters, said a town leader. (AP)

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More than 1 million people have tweeted the hashtag #BringBack OurGirls. But whether they’re helping the roughly 250 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria or hopping on some kind of first-world digital bandwagon depends on whom you ask. “Hashtag activism” is just the latest iteration of a long-standing debate between people who think “awareness” is its own kind of protest and people who do not. The case of the Nigerian schoolgirls is particularly instructive. The girls earned little attention outside of the country, or from the Nigerian government, until supporters took to Twitter to demand their return. That seems like an uncontroversial demand, but it hasn’t sat well with everyone. Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole went on a Twitter rant, arguing that the spate of Internet interest has not only oversimplified and sentimentalized the country’s issues, but failed to achieve anything.

tweeted this image last week and added: “Our prayers are with the missing Nigerian girls and their families. It’s time to #Bring BackOurGirls. -mo”

One of the profound benefits of hashtag activism is the amplification of minority voices. In December, Suey Park launched the tag to prompt discussion of Asian-American feminism and media representation. Critics argue, “hashtag activism” is lazy and often serves more as a f lattering symbol of concern than concern itself. More insidiously, some claim, these hashtags are often started not by the people they’re supposed to help, but by privileged, pitying outsiders. That’s what made #Kony2012 so vaguely icky. And that’s what made #NotYourA sianSidek ick and #JusticeforTrayvon so great — those hashtags transcended paternalistic or imperialistic traditions. #BringBackOurGirls doesn’t fit neatly into either category. It was started by Nigerians, but coopted by outsiders. You can argue that it’s lazy, but you can argue that it’s doing good. In the days since it began trending, the U.S., U.K. and France have all promised to aid Nigeria in its search for the girls. CAITLIN DEWEY (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Union Urges D.C. Council To Pass Nursing Ratios National Nurses United organized a rally on Pennsylvania Avenue of about 50 registered nurses on International Nurses Day in the hopes of convincing the 13-member D.C. Council to advance a law enacting strict nursing-to-patient ratios. The group delivered a list of alleged incidents of unsafe care in D.C. hospitals due to nurses being stretched thin in recent months to Council members. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Police Identify Body Found in the Anacostia The body of a man pulled from the Anacostia River on Saturday has been identified as a 25-year-old from Alexandria who disappeared during a rain delay at a May 5 Nationals game, D.C. police said Monday. A D.C. police spokesman identified the man as Tyler William Reed and said the cause of death is pending an autopsy. Reed’s family and friends had sought help in their search with a campaign on Facebook. (TWP) LANGLEY PARK, MD.

Police: Man Found on Trail Stabbed to Death Authorities are investigating the fatal stabbing of a man on the Northwest Branch Trail in Langley Park, Md. Officers from Prince George’s County Police and the Maryland-National Capital Park Police in Prince George’s County responded Saturday around 11:30 p.m. to a report of an unconscious man lying on the ground in a secluded section of the trail near the 1500 block of Quebec Street. (TWP)

McAuliffe orders a look at clinic codes, stacks health board Richmond Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe ordered the state’s Board of Health on Monday to review regulations that impose strict hospital-style building codes on abortion clinics. McAuliffe promised throughout the race to undo the yearold regulations, which had been approved by the General Assembly and imposed under his predecessor, Bob McDonnell. McAuliffe also stacked the

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... The Washington Monument The Washington Monument reopened Monday for the first time in nearly three years, during which more than 150 cracks were fixed after being sustained during a rare earthquake. Here are some things you probably don’t know about it: At 555 feet 5 inches tall, it was the tallest man-made structure in the world when it was dedicated in 1885 — a distinction it held until 1889, when the Eiffel Tower was erected. George Washington actually nixed plans for a monument in his honor, which had been approved by the Continental Congress in 1783, because funds were tight. It took a century to plan and build.

15-member health board with five new abortion rights supporters, after nudging four members to wrap up their terms a month early. McDonnell, an opponent of abortion, also overhauled the board but had declined to say whether abortion rights was a factor in his appointments. McAuliffe made no such pretense, stating flatly that his appointees reflected his views not only on abortion but also on the need to review the clinic regulations. The governor’s call for a review and his board appointments will not, at least immediately, spare the state’s 18 abortion clinics from having to make costly building renovations that some say could drive them

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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe ordered a review of abortion clinic regulations.

out of business. But abortion rights supporters cheered what they saw as a gutsy first step toward loosening regulations in a state that has been tightening them year after year.

Abortion opponents characterized McAuliffe’s move as yet another end-run around the legislature. “Whether the governor and the abortion industry like it or not, the law of Virginia requires that abortion centers have health and safety standards,” said Victoria Cobb, president of the Family Foundation of Virginia. The governor’s office took pains to say that he was working within the law but merely on an expedited basis. Any regulation can be reviewed every four years after adopted. McAuliffe was simply asking for the review sooner than normal, spokesman Brian Coy said. LAURA VOZZELLA (THE WASHINGTON POST)

No More Sewage, Mostly: Part of the Capital Crescent Trail has reopened after being closed for more than a week because of cleanup from a sewage spill. The trail was closed from just below Fletcher’s Cove to Water Street in Georgetown. However, officials are still warning the public they should not enter the canal “water prism below Lock 6” because of “sewage overflow” during recent storms. (T WP)

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when she was hit. She had taken a bike safety class with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association. She took a picture after the crash, before the ambulance arrived, of her bike lying in the crosswalk. It i s not t he f i r s t t i me a biker has been hit at that spot. ArlNow.com, which first reported Kelley’s accident, has recorded several such incidents — including three in one week in 2011. The problem, cyclists say, is that they have the green light to continue from the Custis Trail to the Mount Vernon Trail or the Key Bridge by

crosswalk at the same time that cars are able to turn right. “Everyone I know who has gone through there regularly has had very close calls,” said Gillian Burgess, a member of the Arlington Bicycle Advisory Committee. “It’s a frustrating situation for motorists. The problem is, when they get frustrated, they put other people’s lives in danger.” Arlington police are aware of the problem and conduct safety education campaigns in the area as well as issuing tickets, spokesman Dustin Sternbeck said. R ACHEL WEINER (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Third-Quarter Syndrome Terrible second-half starts have plagued the Wizards all series

The offense was dragging and desperately in need of some direction when coach Randy Wittman called on his most tested veterans to serve up a clinic in ball movement, hustle and huge shots. Behind the play of Andre Miller, Al Harrington and Drew Gooden, the Wizards went into the locker room with a seemingly comfortable, double-digit halftime lead. When the Wizards returned for the third quarter and Wittman put the game back in the hands of his starters, the offense flew off the rails once again and Washington crashed into a humiliating loss. This was the scenario that played out during the Wizards’ 95-92 loss to the Indiana Pacers in Game 4 of Eastern Conference semifinals loss. But it was almost a repeat performance of what occurred in Charlotte, N.C., on March 31, when the Wizards squandered a 16-point lead and wasted a solid effort from its 30-something backups. At the time, it was the 11th regular-season game in which Washington blew a double-digit lead. In another miserable thirdquarter performance, the Wizards allowed a 19-point lead get down to one and lifted the Pacers off the floor to set the stage for the most dis-

Can Wizards Come Back? Only eight teams in NBA history have come back from a 3-1 deficit to win a series. The 1979 Bullets, who won the NBA title the year before, dug themselves out of a 3-1 hole against San Antonio in the Eastern Conference finals. Here are the other teams to do it. SCOT T ALLEN (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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The Wizards were outscored 33-17 in the third quarter of Sunday’s Game 4 loss to the Indiana Pacers in the East semifinals.

appointing loss of the postseason. “I don’t know if we ran out of gas or what, but we didn’t have the same confidence, swagger to try to increase the lead,” Gooden said. Washington has lost the third quarter of every game this series against Indiana. But in Games 1 and 2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the Wizards were outscored by a combined 12 points. In Games 3 and 4 at Verizon Center, the Wizards were outscored by a combined 30. “We didn’t come out with any intensity in the third quarter from a defensive standpoint,” Wittman said. “We just didn’t have that same energy right when we come out. … You work the whole first half to build a 17-point lead and give it all

2006 SUNS Rallied to defeat the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs before losing to Dallas in the Western Conference finals.

2003 PISTONS Chauncey Billups led Detroit to defeat Orlando in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs before losing in the Eastern Conference finals.

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1997 HEAT Rallied to defeat New York in the Eastern Conference semifinals before losing to Chicago in the Eastern Conference finals.

Game 3, the Wizards trailed 34-33 at the break and got outscored 26-12 during a meltdown that produced the lowest-scoring offensive showing in franchise history. Washington had never lost a game in which it led by more than 17 points this season, until Sunday. And after a terrible second half at home, the Wizards enter tonight’s Game 5 one loss from elimination. “We got to figure out how to fix that,” Trevor Ariza said of the third-quarter woes. “That’s something that’s been biting us all year and we’re at the point where that has to stop.” T hat point might have already passed. MICHAEL LEE ( THE WASHINGTON POST )

1995 ROCKETS Rallied to defeat Phoenix in the Western Conference semifinals, defeated San Antonio in the Western Conference finals and won the NBA title.

1981 CELTICS Rallied to defeat Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference finals and went on to win the NBA title.

“Already in this playoffs, we’ve proven we can win three games in a row. … Three of the four games [this series] have been a dogfight. We’re in the fight, now we just got to win that fight.” — W IZ A RDS COACH R A NDY W IT TM A N AFTER SUNDAY NIGHT’S GAME 4 LOSS PUT THE WIZARDS DOWN 3-1 IN THEIR EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS SERIES AGAINST THE PACERS. WASHINGTON WON THE LAST TWO GAMES OF ITS FIRSTROUND SERIES WIN OVER THE BULLS AND GAME 1 OVER INDIANA.

Series Schedule Indiana leads series 3-1 Game 1: Wizards 102, Pacers 96 Game 2: Pacers 86, Wizards 82 Game 3: Pacers 85, Wizards 63 Game 4: Pacers 95, Wizards 92 Game 5: Tonight @ Indiana, 7 p.m., TNT Game 6: Thu. @ Washington, TBA, ESPN (if necessary) Game 7: Sun. @ Indiana, TBA, (if necessary)

1970 LAKERS Rallied to defeat Phoenix in the Western Conference semifinals, swept Atlanta in the Western Conference finals and lost the NBA finals.

1968 CELTICS Rallied to defeat Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference finals and went on to win the NBA title.

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Williams Returns Home to Arizona He faces his former team for first time as Nationals manager Baseball When the Nationals landed in Phoenix on Sunday evening, manager Matt Williams headed to his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., instead of the team hotel. After being away from home for more than three months, Williams will finally be able to spend time in his own house with his family. This week’s series, which opened Monday night, also will mark Williams’ first trip to Arizona as the Nationals’ manager. The Diamondbacks are one of the teams Williams is most identified with. He not only made Arizona his full-time home, but he is a former Diamondbacks player, coach, broadcaster, front office executive

and part owner. “It’ll be fun,” Williams said after Sunday’s game. “Certainly get a chance to sleep in my own bed, which’ll be good. Good to see [my wife Erika] and [daughter] Madison, that’ll be good, too. But beyond that, we want to win and play well and beat those guys.” The Diamondbacks entered Monday’s game with the secondworst record in the National League at 15-25. Their pitching staff has been horrid and the Nationals are scheduled to face two struggling starters in Bronson Arroyo (3-2, 4.89 ERA) today (9:40 p.m., MASN2) and Brandon McCarthy (1-6, 5.66 ERA) on Wednesday (3:40 p.m., MASN) in the three-game series. While the Nationals take on the Diamondbacks, Williams will stand in the visitor’s dugout for the first time as the manager of his new team, his old one across the field. JAMES WAGNER (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Nats Sign Veteran Dobbs With injuries eating away at their roster, the Nationals signed veteran left-handed hitter Greg Dobbs to a minor league contract to potentially provide further insurance for their bench. Dobbs, who turns 36 in July, went 1-for-13 this season before the Marlins designated him for assignment April 29 and then released him May 6. The Marlins cut him loose even though they signed him to a one-year, $1.7 million contract shortly after the 2013 season ended. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Ria Antonia will be ridden by Borel, who won Preakness in ’09 Horse Racing A filly is going to challenge the boys in the Preakness for the first time since 2009 when Rachel Alexandra won. Ria Antonia will be ridden by Calvin Borel, who guided Rachel Alexandra to victory. Ria Antonia is coming off a sixth-place finish in the Kentucky Oaks on May 2 at Churchill Downs, where she has been training. For the first time in the Preak-

ness, a filly, a female jockey and a female trainer will all compete at the same time. Rosie Napravnik will ride Bayern while trainer Linda Rice will saddle Kid Cruz. Ria Antonia’s trainer, Tom Amoss, said Monday the idea to run her against the boys came from her owners. He said she has passed all the tests to take on the challenge. She joined his barn three days after the Oaks, when the owners decided to switch to Amoss from Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert. “I don’t know what happened in the Oaks, but I like the way she looks now,” Amoss said. “We have a healthy, sound horse and we are ready to roll the dice.”

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Ria Antonia is the first filly in the Preakness since Rachel Alexandra in 2009.

Amoss said he sees the Preakness as Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome versus everyone else. He says if California Chrome runs his race in the 13 ⁄16-mile Preakness then he will win, but if not, it opens up opportunities for other horses, including Ria Antonia. Ria Antonia is scheduled to jog at Churchill Downs today and arrive in Baltimore from Louisville, Ky., on Wednesday. The 139th Preakness Stakes is Saturday. California Chrome galloped 1¼ miles Monday at Churchill then departed on a flight to Baltimore. It will be the third time a Triple Crown race has had a filly, a female trainer and a female jockey. (AP)

TV Lineup NHL (7 P.M., NBCSN) Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist has 67 saves and two goals against in the past two games vs. the Penguins as New York has rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to force tonight’s Game 7 in Pittsburgh. NHL (9 P.M., CNBC) The Blackhawks head to Minnesota with a 3-2 series lead after Sunday’s 2-1 win over the Wild. A win will send Chicago to the Western Conference finals for the third time in five years. NBA (9:30 P.M., TNT) How will the Thunder bounce back after giving up a 16-point, fourth-quarter lead in a loss to the Clippers on Sunday? The series is tied at 2-2 as the teams head back to Oklahoma City for tonight’s pivotal Game 5.

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In Friday’s Express | Park It Here There are two main types of bike parking: public racks and indoor storage. (Office buildings and apartments without designated space for the latter are getting rarer.) In D.C. Rider on Friday, find out about a third solution, courtesy of Two Wheel Valet. The local business, which just launched, envisions offering its services not only for major events and festivals, but also as a daily solution for commuters who’d prefer to drop off rather than lock up.

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Co-workers Stavely Lord and David Hambric both thought it’d be smart to ride their bikes to happy hour on 14th Street last Friday night. The moment they arrived, they realized the problem with this plan: parking. Every rack was packed. And all of the meters and street signs in sight were already sporting Kryptonite locks. The only spot left was along one side of a tree box. “So we had to share,” Hambric said as he detached his frame from Lord’s. (They’d latched the two together, and then locked up to the metal railing.) Hambric, a Bloomingdale resident, explained that coming up with such creative solutions is just part of being a cyclist in Washington, “where bike parking is at a premium, and demand has outstripped supply.” The city’s cycling infrastructure is lagging, added Lord, who lives in Shaw: “Some places have racks, but they only have one or two of them.” Two decades ago, when there were only one or two racks in all of downtown, these complaints would have seemed nuts. But now D.C. has a different reputation — and a lot more cyclists. According to new Census Bureau data, 3.1 percent of Washingtonians regularly commute to work by bike (up from 1.2 percent in 2000). That number is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years, as the maxed-out Metro system and gridlocked streets persuade more folks to saddle up. D.C. will get a preview of what the future could look like this Fri-

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day, when the region celebrates Bike to Work Day (see box). All of those bikes need to go somewhere. “Bike parking is not the sexiest topic in transportation, but we believe strongly in it,” says Megan Kanagy, the capital projects manager for the Downtown DC Business Improvement District, which launched a three-year push to boost its rack count last fall. In 2012, the neighborhood had 500 racks. By 2015, it’ll have close to 1,000. “We don’t see this as three years and we’re done,” Kanagy says. “Then we’ll start over. Our goal is to saturate the area with bike racks so you don’t need to think about it.” For the project, Downtown DC has partnered with the District Department of Transportation, which is constantly collecting suggestions for where to put more racks. Anyone is welcome to call

311 to suggest a spot. Kim Lucas, the department’s bicycle program specialist, says DDOT has put in more than 2,000 racks over the past 10 years (in addition to the 1,000 or so it’s facilitated through business improvement districts). “We respond to demand and try to predict need,” says Lucas, who notes that wherever there’s new development — like on the 14th Street corridor — there are cyclists. Capital Bikeshare should, in theory, lessen parking demands. But at the most popular destinations, there’s the problem of “dock block.” That can end up forcing folks to take their own bikes, Lucas adds. Haven’t noticed many new racks lately? That’s because the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, which had been installing them, ended its contract with DDOT nine months ago. (The work was outside

of the group’s core advocacy mission, WABA’s Greg Billing says.) Just last week, a new contractor began installing racks to tackle the backlog of 100 requests that accumulated. Picking the right spot for a bike rack can be tricky. The ideal location is in front of a given destination, Kanagy says, because cyclists aren’t so different from drivers: “Even though they’ve biked in from wherever they came from, they still

want to park as close as possible.” Considering D.C.’s bike theft stats, that’s just as much a matter of security as one of convenience. But there are limits on where bike racks can go. Some sidewalks are too narrow, or are crowded with cafes, parking meters and trees. Others are impossible to drill into. Several racks that were scheduled to be installed on Chinatown’s old brick sidewalks are currently sitting in Kanagy’s office. When a traditional U-shaped black rack isn’t feasible, planners turn to alternatives, such as those bike corrals that replace a car parking spot in the street. In other words, planning bike parking is something of an art. Nowhere is that truer than in the Golden Triangle. In recent years, Leona Agouridis, executive director of the neighborhood’s business improvement district, has overseen the installation of hundreds of racks, including six distinctive ones that won design contests. (The first was the rack that spells out “Bike Here” by the Dupont Metro.) “It’s public art that has a function,” Agouridis says. “It changes the scale of the street, and adds color, whimsy and character.” And it helps make D.C.’s skyrocketing number of bicycles a beautiful thing. VICK Y HALLET T (E XPRESS)

Bike to Work Day Details You’ll have to strap on your helmet and get on the road (or trail) really early if you want to make it to all 79 pit stops scattered around the region Friday (biketoworkmetrodc.org). Most of the events — which feature refreshments, giveaways and general bike bonding — are in the morning. But there are a few afternoon events too. (And Crystal City is hosting cyclists every morning this week 7-9 a.m.) The website has complete details as well as info on commuter convoys, tips for improving your skills and more.

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I’m not as strict when she misses a ‘please’ at home. How should we bridge this when we’re together so that our girls get a consistent message?”

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If you’re going to be friends for the long haul, you’ll need to find a way to manage your different parenting styles without passive-aggressiveness or thrown Gogurts. You have options: have an in-depth heartto-heart with her, address each incident as it comes, bite your tongue and find outside ways of coping or spend less time with her. I vote for the first one. Say, “I’ve noticed you and I have different philosophies and expectations about this 3-year-old stage. For instance,

I’ve been dating a guy who could be the love of my life. He’s Jewish, and his faith is important to him. I’m Christian. I’m not as tied to my faith as he is, but I have mixed feelings about converting, which is something he’s made clear that he would expect if we got married. We have friends with mixedfaith marriages that I would like to emulate. But he’s convinced we need to be united in our faith. I feel like if I start a marriage having changed something so big about myself, that’s not a good precedent. ROADBLOCK

Everyone has different thresholds for what they’re willing to change before marriage. For some people, changing toothpaste brands is too much, whereas others will happily relocate to a different continent. So although I can’t answer this for you, here are some questions that can help: Is he uncompromising in other ways? Would conversion and following the faith be a one-off deal, or might he start expecting you to do more to fit his ideals? And the mixed-faith marriages that are unattractive to him — why, exactly?

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“An amazing accomplishment” On Friday, April 25, undeterred by rain, your six challengers met in Crystal City to compete for bonus points in our Mid-Point Challenge: a 5k race. “I’ve run in 5k races before but never in the rain. The weather messed up my time a little, but I could tell my strength training has definitely helped improve my speed; after the run, my legs weren’t too tired.”

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Think Ahead You may have to take evasive action even in a bike lane. Trucks, taxis and police cars are such frequent idlers in the L Street lane that they’ve inspired a Tumblr: “Who’s Blocking the L St. Bike Lane Today?” That’s why you need to be “scanning,” says Greg Billing, advocacy coordinator for the Washington Area Bicyclist Association. When you see an obstacle ahead, he advises, you should slow down, look over your shoulder, signal with your arm if the lane is clear, move out of the bike lane into traffic, then return once you’ve passed the blockage. You can call 311 to report the license number of the offending vehicle, which is subject to a $65 ticket. An officer might not arrive in time to catch the driver, but Billing believes it’s good to get it on record. If the bike lane is next to a row of parked cars, also keep an eye on

Next in Lanes … Cyclists looking for new routes on Bike to Work Day on Friday can try out the cycle tracks on M Street NW (from Thomas Circle to 28th Street) and First Street NE (from Union Station to the Metropolitan Bike Trail). The newest additions to D.C.’s 65-plus miles of lanes are not officially finished, but both have already been attracting riders — and are notable for having sections protected by a concrete curb. The District Department of Transportation is also using green paint and a Twitter campaign (#parkingdirty) to remind drivers to keep out.

the doors. They can open unexpectedly, says DC Bike Party organizer Lia Seremetis, who likes to keep her distance from parked vehicles even if it means riding closer to traffic.

Play Nice When a driver makes a dangerous move — like illegally cutting into a bike lane — you may want to bang on the car or yell. Road rage won’t help. Veteran bikers recommend using a gentle tone instead. You might note that drivers who hit a cyclist in D.C. can be fined $500 and get six points on their license. Cyclists, too, can cause problems. “Salmoning,” aka riding the wrong way in a bike lane, is a no-no. “That puts me in the difficult position of having to move over into the door zone or quickly merge into traffic,” says Carolyn Szczepanski, spokeswoman for the League of American Bicyclists. When passing other cyclists, “don’t sneak around,” says Brian McEntee, who blogs at “Tales from the Sharrows.” Ring a bell and/or call out “passing.” If the bike lane is narrow, pull into traffic to get by the slower cyclist. And at an intersection, don’t move your bike ahead of someone already there. That’s called “shoaling,” and it’s as rude as cutting in line at the deli counter. MARC SILVER (FOR E XPRESS)

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Post Hunt is coming! On June 1 The Washington Post Magazine will kick off another insanely popular Post Hunt. The Post Hunt is a huge mutant brainteaser — a kind of urban safari, where you’ll be hunting for the answers to wacky puzzles woven into the landscape of downtown Washington. If it’s anything like past years, we’ll all be in for a wild ride — or at least, a weird afternoon!

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Join us June 1! Go to washingtonpost.com/posthunt for all the details today! Follow us on Twitter @posthunt using #posthunt *NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Contest is sponsored by WP Company d/b/a as The Washington Post, Giant Food, Marlo Furniture, Mattress Warehouse, Arena Stage, Ford, and gParents (collectively “Sponsors”). Odds of winning are dependent on number of entries. Team members must be at least 18 years of age of older in order to compete and win. The Post Hunt is open to all legal residents of the United States at the time of entry and receipt of any prize. Three winning teams will receive prizes. The first place winning team will receive a check for $2,000. The second and third place winning teams will receive checks for $500. Total ARV of all prizes offered is $3,000. Void where prohibited by law. Entry period begins on Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. ET and ends on Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. ET. Visit washingtonpost.com/posthunt for details on the Post Hunt including how to play, prize details, complete official rules, eligibility requirements and how to obtain a complimentary copy of The Washington Post Magazine at the event.

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Pippa Middleton will not continue her newspaper column 31

“The writers really are telling [Will’s story] with such care, because they really don’t want it to become a cliche.” FRAZER HARRISON (GETTY IMAGES)

In Brief

Jane Krakowski, above, worked with Tina Fey on NBC’s “30 Rock.”

Jane Krakowski Joins Tina Fey’s New Series Jane Krakowski, best known for her role as Jenna Maroney on Tina Fey’s “30 Rock,” will join Fey’s new series on NBC. Deadline reports Krakowski was cast in “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” after Fox last week shut down her comedy pilot “Dead Boss.” NBC is holding “Kimmy Schmidt” for a midseason premiere. (EXPRESS) UPFRONTS

‘Idol’ to Air Once a Week Fox will cut “American Idol” to one night for several weeks next spring, part of a reset for a struggling network that will have 11 new series in the coming year. The network will also break up its Sunday animation block by moving in “Brooklyn Nine Nine.” New series to premiere in the fall include the soap “Red Band Society,” the “Batman” prequel “Gotham” and “Mulaney,” starring John Mulaney. Fox is canceling “Enlisted,” “Dads,” “Rake” and “Surviving Jack,” among others. (AP) FILM

Octavia Spencer to Star In Sequel to ‘Divergent’ Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer will join the cast of the sequel to “Divergent.” Spencer will play Johanna, the leader of the Amity faction in “Insurgent.” The film is slated for release March 20, 2015. (EXPRESS)

MATT McCLAIN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

REUNIONS

Good Looks & Good Luck Before finding fame on “The O.C.,” Chris Carmack was an Abercrombie & Fitch model. He now stars on ABC’s “Nashville.”

Chris Carmack enjoys a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as a star of ABC’s ‘Nashville’ Television At the moment, Maryland native Chris Carmack is enjoying a rare bit of Hollywood stability. He’s got a series regular gig on ABC’s soapy drama “Nashville” that not only gives him a juicy role as a closeted country singer, but a platform to be a real-life recording star. Though he might be best known to some for his role on Fox’s “The O.C.” a decade ago, he’s determined to squeeze every advantage from

this opportunity. “You know how most kids look back at college and go, ‘I could have gotten a lot more out of that?’ That’s kind of what ‘The O.C.’ was for me,” Carmack, 33, says about his first brush with fame. “Sometimes I look back and I’ll be like, ‘God, Chris, you were such a damn idiot.’ Just ’cause I didn’t know enough to really drink it in for everything it was worth.” Carmack, a Magruder High School graduate, had his breakout role in 2003 as high school jock Luke Ward on the Fox teen drama. Luke’s the one who uttered the nowiconic line in the show’s pilot episode: “Welcome to the O.C., bitch!” On some level, he was as surprised as anyone to break through

in the first place. Growing up in Derwood, a suburb of Rockville, Carmack spent his early days involved in sports. In high school he realized how much he liked being on stage in school plays. He was ready to begin classes at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts until one of his classmates handed him a flier for an Abercrombie & Fitch modeling open casting call and told him, “You would be crazy if you didn’t go to this.” So he went. The jobs were fun, he says, but the cattle call casting process was miserable. “It was very dehumanizing,” Carmack recalls. When a friend alerted him to the role of an up-and-coming singer named Will Lexington on “Nash-

ville,” Carmack jumped at it. He didn’t know many country songs, so in his audition, he sang Jason Aldean’s “She’s Country” while stealing glances at a lyrics sheet on the floor. The producers were immediately impressed — before Carmack made it back to his car, he got a call that the “Nashville” team was very interested. Producers told Carmack from the start that Will Lexington would harbor a secret — he’s gay and has desperately tried to keep his sexuality hidden so as to not alienate traditional country music fans. Carmack didn’t hesitate. A chance to play music, be produced by T Bone Burnett (the producer served as music supervisor for the show’s first season) and get an intriguing story line? Sign him up. As the second season of “Nashville” draws to a close and the cast gears up for the recently announced third season, Carmack is focusing on making inroads to a real singing career. Living full-time in Nashville, Tenn., he plans to spend the summer writing music and playing shows around town. “I just don’t want to look back at this and say, ‘I missed that opportunity,’ ” he says. “I’d rather look back and say, ‘I knew what it was and I had fun with it.’ ”EMILY YA HR (THE WASHINGTON POST )

“Nashville” (one hour) season finale airs at 10 p.m. Wednesday on ABC.

Screen to Stage: The Kennedy Center announced Monday that John Legend, left, will headline a free concert May 28 in the Opera House showcasing an eclectic range of pop artists who have emerged via YouTube. The event, “YouTube OnStage Live From the Kennedy Center,” will include performances from dubstep violinist Lindsey Stirling, French hip-hop duo Les Twins, and jazz-influenced band Postmodern Jukebox. (T WP)

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How can women dress appropriately without being dull? The key is to know what to avoid.

For instance, anything that you would wear for a sexy date night with your husband or girlfriend, stay away from that. Play with hemlines and necklines and things. What could that mean for a formal event like the White House Correspondents Dinner? You do a cobalt blue, simple long gown, but you add maybe some studded, funky heels so that when you’re walking, you see a peep of metallic studs popping out. Or you do something with your handbag.

What are some black-tie fashion faux pas? Cleavage is still a no-no at any of these formal events. You don’t want to be busting out. That’s one of the faux pas, along with short hemlines. Length is key. Miniskirts are for nightclubs. Whenever I go to a formal event, I think to myself, “I could run into a senator, I could run into George Clooney.” You never know who you’re going to see. Well, if you run into Clooney, you might want the miniskirt. Yeah, you’re right. That would be the best night ever. What are your go-to shops for formal wear? If it’s somebody who’s looking to spend a lot but not crazy, Mazza Gallerie and Tysons Galleria have Saks and Neimans. Hu’s Wear — Marlene [Hu Aldaba] is the owner and she’ll get in really beautiful stuff that other places don’t carry. What’s a must-have for men? A colorful pair of loafers. Too often you see men wearing tan and black and white. So a colorful pair of loafers that matches their personality. And then of course a very tailored men’s suit in a neutral color. JENNIFER BARGER (E XPRESS)

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Instead of spending another weekend at the dog park with your fourlegged friend, take your pooch to a different sort of park this Saturday: the ballpark. Saturday is the Washington Nationals’ second Pups in the Park event of the season, when your dog can sit right next to you during an early evening game against the New York Mets. You and your little Jayson Woof get your own seats in an outfield reserved section. There’s some real sod nearby for puppy potty breaks. If you’re the one who needs a break, “petsitters” will watch your pooch for a bit while you grab a hot dog. “It wa s h i la r ious seei ng some of these dogs sit up and watch what was going on on the field,” says Gwyn Donohue, creator of the blog “Two Dog Tales” (twodogtales.wordpress.com), who

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attended one such game last season with her golden-Lab mix, Sundae. “By the end of the game there were a lot of tired-looking puppies.” Tickets for humans are $25. It’s $10 for each pup, and all those proceeds go to the Washington Humane Society. You have to print, sign and bring a waiver form (find it on Nationals.com/pups) saying that your dog is up-to-date on its vaccinations. If you and your pup can’t make

it to Saturday’s matchup against the Mets, you can head to the park on June 22 to see the Nats take on the Braves, or on Sept. 7, to watch them play the Phillies. Both of those Sunday games begin at 1:35 p.m. TR ACY KRULIK (FOR E XPRESS)

Nationals Park, 1500 S. Capitol St., SE; Saturday, 4:05 p.m.; Sun. June 22, 1:35 p.m.; Sun., Sept. 7, 1:35 p.m.; $25 for owners, $10 for dogs; Nationals.com/pups. (Navy Yard)

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“‘Hi, Coach Reid? Yeah. Great to hear from you. Yeah, very excited. Hey do you mind if I put you on speaker? Got all this placenta on my hands.’” — SETH ROSENTHAL AT SBNATION.COM/LOOKIT imagines

what could’ve been the phone call between Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and McGill University defensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. If Reid had drafted Duvernay-Tardif, above, a medical student, Friday night, he would’ve caught the lineman while he was assisting in the delivery of twins via an emergency C-section. Duvernay-Tardif was eventually selected during the sixth round of the draft Saturday.

“I’d love to do it, but the other people will get pretty bored with ‘Pretending to Work, but Browsing the Net’ as 80% of my notifications.” — COMMENTER GREGORIAN AT THEVERGE.COM

thinks he’d bore anyone with whom he was paired via 20 Day Stranger — a new smartphone app in beta testing at MIT that allows two anonymous users to receive details automatically generated by their mobile devices, such as location and travel, about their counterpart’s life. Users only get to send one message to each other at the end of the 20 days.

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“I think these men might just be a little mad that she has a better beard than most of them.” — COMMENTER ANTHONY ASHCRAFT AT BUZZFEED.COM tries to make sense of

Russian men shaving en masse and posting about it on social media to protest Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst’s Eurovision win Saturday. Meanwhile, “Rise Like a Phoenix,” the song Wurst, above, swept the annual music competition with, rose to the top of Russian music charts after her win.

“While it’s obviously reckless for them to blow through an intersection when they don’t have the right of way, research and common sense say that slowly rolling through a stop sign on a bike shouldn’t be illegal in the first place.” — JOSEPH STROMBERG AT VOX.COM makes the

case that cyclists should be able to treat stop signs as yield signs and red lights as stop signs, citing Idaho and 19 other states that have some form of laws that understand there are many intersections that don’t require cyclists to come to a complete stop.

By Time-saving guides to the monuments, museums and more The week’s best events and exhibits, handpicked by our editors Street maps with step-by-step walking and Metro directions

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PAR SCORE 145-155, BEST SCORE 224

Sudoku

MEDIUM

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) If you find yourself in over your head, you can always reach out to someone who has been there for you all the time. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You may have been holding another to a standard lately that you haven’t been willing to live up to yourself. It’s time to play fair. CANCER (June 21-July 22) By all accounts, you’re doing work that is unequalled, but you may not be doing it according to the schedule to which you’ve agreed. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) It’s important for you to fit into the system in some way; it doesn’t serve you well at all to be entirely aloof and independent. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You know what it takes to make the leap from where you are to where you want to be; today you’ll have the chance to make it successfully.

Monday’s Solution

Monday’s Solution

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You can turn a liability into an advantage before the day is out, and profit from a miscue that could have been a big mistake.

FOUR RACK TOTAL Make a 2-7-letter word from the letters in each row. Add points of each word using scoring directions at right. Seven-letter words get a 50-point bonus. Blank tiles used as any letter have no point value. Scrabble is a trademark of Hasbro in the U.S. and Canada.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Your creative energies can propel you ahead, but only if you have a specific project in mind. Avoid just spinning your wheels. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You may not be sure what you are looking at, but you have the feeling that it’s just what you need — at just the right time.

Comics

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You’re waiting for a friend or partner to return to the neighborhood before you continue with something that has lain dormant for a while. ARIES (March 21-April 19) There is a certain order of events that must be followed if you’re going to profit from your own efforts.

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Today: Partly sunny, very warm and humid today. A thunderstorm tonight.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You know how to say what needs to be said, but you may not want to say it until you know that you won’t be taken to task for it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You’re on to something that can prove very exciting once all the pieces are in place. Now is a good time to try any idea at all.

Need more Sudoku? Find another puzzle in the Comics section of The Post every Sunday and in the Style section Monday through Saturday.

78 66 Tomorrow: Not as warm tomorrow with a shower. A passing shower tomorrow night.

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Almanac Normal high: 74 Record high: 93 Normal low: 55 Record low: 37

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Public Meeting 2 for the Benning Road Transportation Improvements Environmental Assessment: You are invited to attend a public meeting to discuss potential multi-modal transportation alternatives for the study area. When: Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 6:00 – 7:30 PM Where: Department of Employment Services Building (DOES), Community Room 4058 Minnesota Ave, NE, Washington, DC 20019 The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) are preparing an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed Benning Road and Bridge Multi-modal Transportation Improvements per the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The study area is along Benning Road NE from Oklahoma Avenue to the Minnesota Avenue and Benning Road Metrorail Stations. The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived: race, color, national origin,

sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, familial status, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, genetic information, disability, source of income, status as a victim of an intrafamily offense, or place of residence of business as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the D.C. Human Rights Act of 1977, and other related statutes. If you need special accommodations or language assistance services (translation or interpretation) please contact Malia Salaam at (202) 563-5003 or info@benningproject.com 72 hours in advance of the meeting. Visit us online: benningproject.com.

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ACROSS 1 Lost one’s lap 6 Team letters? 10 Dotted-line instruction 14 Welsh canine 15 It’s played in chukkers 16 Seabird 17 Beat swords into plowshares 18 Lodes’ output 19 Come back to earth 20 Disappearing booth contents 22 Small cosmetics case 23 Albanian money unit 24 Still on the auction block 26 Bridal wear 30 Something to talk about 32 Fit of chills and fever 33 “Go no farther!” 35 Military stations 39 Geological ledge 41 Broke a fast 42 Show mercy toward 43 Public boulevard 44 Copper-colored coin 46 Canal with a mule, in song 47 Acceleration sound 49 Give, as a job 51 Where it originally was 54 Everything 55 Wire service output 56 Type of Fender guitar 63 Bangkok citizen 64 One on a high horse 65 One of the strings 66 “___ go bragh” 67 Homely citrus fruit 68 Samantha of the silver screen 69 Ladder segment 70 Dolls, mini-racers, etc. 71 Lake Geneva interrupts it

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Kind of history Cruel person Engaging smile feature Frighten, as horses Hardly new-looking Away from the breeze Hard-to-make decision Gazing needs “The lovely,” to Hesiod Declare legally void Altered completely Terrycloth term Bites lightly Sound of fright Turkish honorific (Var.) Feels regret over Airing on boob tubes

30 Carved pole 31 Accessible to everyone 34 Mexican lunch food 36 Draped Indian garment 37 High-school math course, briefly 38 “As ___ on TV!” 40 Bragg, for one 45 Chalky mineral 48 Production in general 50 Amistad, e.g. 51 Part of ICBM 52 “Gandhi” role 53 Country gallant 54 Zeus’ shield 57 Start of a conclusion 58 Easter symbol

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TODAY IN HISTORY

1607

Some 100 English colonists arrive at James River in Virginia to found Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America.

1846

Congress overwhelmingly votes in favor of President James K. Polk’s request to declare war on Mexico in a dispute over Texas.

1981 Square in Rome.

Pope John Paul II is shot and wounded at St. Peter’s

Wistful exhalation “And miles ___ before I sleep” Lively spirit Steak order

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SURPRISE!

Bradley Cooper Joins George Clooney in the ‘Really? They Were Married Before?’ Club

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This doesn’t seem real. Maybe a time traveler must have changed history.

In her book “Jennifer’s Way,” Jennifer Esposito discusses (without naming names) her marriage to Bradley Cooper. She calls him a “master manipulator,” and noted that “his personality could flip on a dime.” She says their union ended “abruptly, rudely, and with the exact callousness that I’d come to expect from him.” (EXPRESS)

Shut Up, Miley

‘Drugging People Is Fun!’ Miley Cyrus made a joke referencing roofies Friday during a friend’s birthday party in London, TMZ reported. “You know, everyone’s a little bit gay,” she said. “All it takes is one cocktail. And if that doesn’t work, sprinkle something in their drink. That’s what I always do.” (E XPRESS)

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Prince Harry’s Single …

Security Guards Everywhere Sitting on Viral Video Gold Leaked security video footage shows Solange Knowles, left, attacking brother-inlaw Jay Z, far left, in an elevator last week, TMZ reported. Knowles kicked and hit Jay Z while Beyonce looked on. A bodyguard intervened. There’s as yet no word on what caused the altercation. (EXPRESS)

Pippa Middleton will not continue doing her column for British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, Us Weekly reported. Middleton has been writing a column called “Sport and Social” since last September, and her contract is not being renewed. “The readers just weren’t into it,” an unnamed Telegraph source told Us. “There was a lot of negative mail coming in after each column and there were too many off-limit subjects for her. They ran out of ideas.” Middleton wrote first-person accounts of trying new activities. (E XPRESS)

“Well … I still wont talk about my personal life on here. But … I see your tweets. And I am filled with gratitude! XO #HappyMothersDay” — KERRY WA SHINGTON, VIA TWITTER, COMES CLOSE TO ACKNOWLEDGING THE BIRTH OF HER DAUGHTER

HEALTHY MEN NEEDED FOR A RESEARCH STUDY

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If you have ever taken prescription pain pills for a medical condition such as a broken bone or dental surgery, we need you for a paid research study at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The purpose of this study is to learn more about how opiate pain medication affects the body and brain. Both outpatient and inpatient study visits are required. There is no cost to participate. Study participants receive money for time and local travel.

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