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‘Is There Any Place to Get a Decent Steak Around Here?’ Utah authorities captured a mountain lion Friday that startled people but didn’t hurt anybody at a shopping center in a Salt Lake City suburb. The mountain lion was spotted walking across a street and into Jordan Commons in Sandy, Utah, just before 8 a.m., Sandy police Sgt. Dean Carriger said. Officers found the female cat hunkered down at the entrance of a steakhouse. (AP) POLITICALLY DEAD

“It is widely known Rep. Frank D. Lucas is no longer alive and has been displayed by a look alike.” — TIM MURR AY, A CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE IN OKLAHOMA WHO ANNOUNCED PLANS TO CONTEST LAST WEEK’S REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. ACCORDING TO KFOR NEWS CHANNEL 4, MURRAY CLAIMS HIS OPPONENT WAS EXECUTED BY THE WORLD COURT IN SOUTHERN UKRAINE IN 2011 AND REPLACED BY A BODY DOUBLE.

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Pot Munchies Would Have Made Her a Repeat Customer A Frederick, Md., woman says she was served a bag of marijuana with her fast-food order at a Sonic drivein. The Frederick News-Post reported Friday that Carla McFarland says she found the little plastic baggie in a container along with the french fries she bought Wednesday in Frederick. (AP)

HEY MAN, BE CAREFUL! Michal Navratil of the Czech Republic soars through the air Saturday at the Serpent’s Lair during the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series on the Aran Islands in Ireland. The stop in Ireland was the third on the seven-stop tour.

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Law, Politics Mix in Benghazi Trial Case against suspect in 2012 attack could shape Obama legacy Washington The first prosecution arising from the Benghazi attacks is playing out in the federal courthouse blocks from both the White House and Capitol Hill, an appropriate setting for a case that has drawn stark lines between President Barack Obama and Republicans in Congress. The criminal proceedings could provide new insights into the 2012 attacks in Libya that killed four Americans and will serve as the

latest test of the U.S. legal system’s ability to handle terrorism suspects captured overseas. Unfolding during an election year, the case against alleged mastermind Ahmed Abu Khattala could help shape the legacy of Obama and spill over into the potential 2016 presidential candidacy of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Prosecutors have yet to reveal details about their case, although the broad outlines are in a twopage indictment unsealed Saturday. Untangling the law from the politics may prove especially challenging for the public, given how prominent the attacks on the diplomatic compound have become in

Backstory A 10-minute court appearance Saturday was the American public’s first concrete sense of Ahmed Abu Khatalla, the Libyan militant accused of being a ringleader of the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi attacks. U.S. special forces captured him in Libya during a nighttime raid two weeks ago. (AP)

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U.S. political discourse. “The story of this case is not the story of the Obama administration’s reaction to Benghazi,” said American University law professor Stephen Vladeck, a national security law expert. “The story of this case is those who were responsible for Benghazi and those who need to be held accountable for the four deaths that resulted.” Abu Khattala pleaded not guilty to a single conspiracy charge punishable by up to life in prison, but the Justice Department expects to bring additional charges soon that could be more substantial and carry more dire consequences. ERIC TUCKER (AP)

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Official: Obama to Name New VA Leader Today President Barack Obama plans to nominate former Proctor & Gamble executive Robert McDonald as the next Veterans Affairs secretary, as the White House seeks to shore up an agency beset by treatment delays and struggling to deal with an influx of new veterans returning from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. An administration official said Obama would announce McDonald’s appointment today. (AP) NEW ORLEANS

9 Shot on Bourbon Street Two men exchanged gunfire early Sunday on New Orleans’ always-crowded Bourbon Street in the celebrated French Quarter and nine people were shot in the crossfire, including two who were critically wounded, police said. (AP)

Struggle to Plug Border Holes President Barack Obama will seek more than $2 billion to respond to the flood of immigrants illegally entering the U.S. through the Rio Grande Valley area of Texas, a White House official said Saturday. The crisis in that area underscores problems the Border Patrol faces. (AP)

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Man Injured by Lightning Strike at Soccer Game Lightning struck outside a soccer stadium before an MLS game, sending an off-duty firefighter who went into cardiac arrest to the hospital and forcing the postponement of the Columbus Crew’s game against FC Dallas. The lightning strike was in the parking lot of Crew Stadium on Saturday night. (AP)

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Next Stop: Mars NASA has tested new technology designed to bring spacecraft — and one day even astronauts — safely down to Mars, with the agency declaring the experiment a qualified success even though a giant parachute got tangled on the way down. Saturday’s $150 million experiment is the first of three involving the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator vehicle. Tests are being conducted at high altitude on Earth to mimic descent through the thin atmosphere of the Red Planet. Engineers won’t look at the parachute problem as a failure but as a way to learn more and apply that knowledge during future tests, said NASA engineer Dan Coatta with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. (AP)

Why the Rio Grande area? The shift to the Rio Grande Valley is part of a long-running trend where immigrants and smugglers change crossing locations faster than the government responds. San Diego was the hot spot until the mid-1990s, when 1,000 agents were added there. After traffic moved to Arizona, staffing in Tucson ballooned under President George W. Bush, who doubled the Border Patrol close to its current size of more than 21,000 agents

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The number of Border Patrol agents roughly doubled over the last decade to more than 21,000, but many of them work where illegal crossings are relatively low. One example of the staffing mismatch: the roughly 2,500 agents in the San Diego sector arrested 97 immigrants illegally crossing the border on June 14, according to an internal document reviewed by The Associated Press. On the same day, the roughly 3,200 agents in the Rio Grande Valley made 1,422 arrests.

“They don’t want to transfer a mass amount of agents and open a gap somewhere else where we have control.” — DAVID AGUILAR, THE BORDER PATROL CHIEF FROM 2004 TO 2010. SOME WARN AGAINST BULKING UP IN SOUTH TEX AS SINCE SMUGGLING ROUTES WOULD LIKELY CHANGE ALONG THE 1,954-MILE BORDER.

What’s being done? The Border Patrol does not have the staff to process all the immigrants crossing in the Rio Grande Valley, but faraway colleagues have time to spare. In response to the staffing imbalance, long-distance interviews — introduced last year in El Paso, Texas, and extended to California — are used to question hundreds of migrants every day. The video processing is a welcome change of pace in places like San Diego, where arrests are at a 45-year low.

291-2 The number of incumbents versus the number of challengers who have won their congressional primaries. More than halfway through the party primaries, sitting members of the House and Senate are overwhelmingly being pushed forward to retake their seats. This despite the fact that Congress is wildly unpopular. And don’t hold out hope for change in the general election: Over the past five decades, voters have routinely returned 9 of 10 incumbent candidates to the House. Senate races are a bit less predictable, but usually more than 80 percent of incumbents win. (AP)

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Alaska Delivery Cost USPS $2.5B Shipping to far-flung villages pricey for the cash-strapped agency Hooper Bay, Alaska It’s no easy feat for Royala Bell and her family to get groceries from the Lower 48: bread, potatoes, KoolAid, pancake mix and Coca-Cola. The U.S. Postal Service paid to ship items like these to a small settlement on Alaska’s western edge. A 12-pack of Coke alone cost the Postal Service $21 to get here. Under a federal program exclusive to Alaska, the USPS is responsible for shipping more than

How the Alaska Bypass Works: One Example

The journey of a pallet of soft drinks to western Alaska is typical of the U.S. Postal Service’s Alaska Bypass program. In this example alone, USPS paid private air carriers $3,167.77 to fly a 1,366-pound pallet to Hooper Bay, Alaska. Seattle | Population: 634,535 The drinks were bottled by Coca-Cola in Seattle, where in May the Alaska Commercial store in Hooper Bay placed an order. It was transported in a container ship.

Anchorage | Population: 298,610 The drinks were packed on a pallet and flown to Bethel, the closest hub to Hooper Bay. Grocery store postage cost: $334.35. Price USPS paid air carriers: $1,038.16, for a hit of $703.81

Bethel | Population: 6,000 The pallet is broken down to fit into a propeller plane. Grocery store cost: $150.21. Price USPS paid air carriers: $2,129.61, for a hit of $1,979.40.

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100 million pounds a year of items to off-road villages. Over three decades as freight forwarder, the agency has lost $2.5 billion. The Alaska Bypass, as it’s called,

Hooper Bay Population: 1,144 The Alaska Commercial store received a package of soda and other drinks.

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keeps Hooper Bay and 100 other isolated villages in Alaska afloat. Still groceries don’t come cheap for Bell and her neighbors, most of whom help pay with food stamps and fed-

eral subsidies. “I think the food is too, too high,” Bell said. Rural Alaskans are not the only ones paying a steep price. The system cost the Postal Service

$77.5 million last year, agency officials said, with ordinary stampbuying customers covering the tab, while commercial interests benefit, from the airline and shipping industries to rural grocery chains. The late Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, pushed an earmark through Congress 33 years ago to subsidize shipping costs and help constituents back home. But today, the Postal Service is going broke. Since then, the Alaska Bypass has been untouchable. Tinkering with it would rankle politicians from other rural states who fear this could mean scaling back mail to other far-flung places. And even with one of the Senate’s top power brokers gone, the legislative muscle of this most remote state remains ironclad. LISA REIN (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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C. His lawyer said there’s a European vendetta against him. D. FIFA banned him from all soccer activities for four months. 5 Why is North Korea angry at actors James Franco and Seth Rogen? A. Leader Kim Jong Un wasn’t offered a role in their new movie “The Interview.” B. They are in a public Twitter feud with Kim’s friend Dennis Rodman. C. Their new comedy “The Interview” is about a plot to assassinate Kim. D. Kim has always thought “Pineapple Express” is overrated. 6 Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi announced that he is going to do what to help boost Egypt’s economy? A. Raise taxes on all income to 80 percent B. Donate half of his salary and personal wealth to the country C. Annex oil fields from neighboring Libya D. Sell the pyramids to a private museum 7 There were mumblings of “Chipotle-gate” after President Barack Obama was photographed doing what during a visit to the restaurant Monday? A. Eating his tacos with a knife

and fork B. Picking at his teeth with a tortilla chip C. Reaching over the sneeze guard while ordering burrito bowl toppings D. Double-dipping in the table’s shared salsa 8 Which actor apologized this week after making racist and bigoted remarks in an interview with Playboy magazine? A. Shia LaBeouf B. Mel Gibson C. Alec Baldwin D. Gary Oldman 9 What did NBA player LeBron James do this week that could affect his future? A. He underwent surgery on his left elbow. B. He opted out of the final two years of his contract with the Miami Heat. C. He sold his house in Miami for $10.2 million. D. He unfriended Dwyane Wade on Facebook. 10 Some people were disappointed that the ______ exhibit closed at the National Zoo, but many were excited to welcome ______, which made their public debut Monday. A. Invertebrate/three new elephants B. Invertebrate/Rusty the red panda’s babies C. Small mammals/three new elephants D. Small mammals/Rusty the red panda’s babies

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Pistorius Trial to Resume The murder trial of Oscar Pistorius resumes today after mental health experts evaluated the athlete to determine if he has Pistorius an anxiety disorder that could have influenced his actions on the night he killed girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. (AP) SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

South Korea Says North Has Fired Test Missiles North Korea fired two short-range Scud missiles into its eastern waters Sunday, a South Korean official said, in an apparent test days after the country tested what it called new precision-guided missiles. (AP) HONG KONG

Militants Declare Islamic State Leader of jihad group fighting in Iraq aims to restore caliphate

“Put simply, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has declared war on al-Qaeda.”

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The extremist group battling its way through swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria declared the creation of a formal Islamic state on Sunday, stirring up the global jihadist movement and laying down an ambitious challenge to al-Qaeda’s established leadership. In an audio statement posted on the Internet, the spokesman of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria announced the restoration of the 7th-century Islamic caliphate, a long-declared goal of the al-Qaeda renegades who broke with the mainstream organization earlier this year and have since asserted control over large areas spanning

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Shiite fighters in Iraq have been trying to reverse the gains made by ISIS.

the two countries. The move signifies “a new era of international jihad,” according to the spokesman, Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, who also declared an end to the existence of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, as the

DOHA CENTER IN QATAR, CALLING ISIS’s PROCLAMATION OF AN ISLAMIC STATE A THREAT TO AL-QAEDA’S SUPREMACY IN THE GLOBAL JIHAD MOVEMENT

group had previously called itself. Henceforth, ISIS will simply be known as the Islamic State, in recognition of the breakdown of international borders achieved as a result of the group’s conquests, he said. ISIS’s leader, an Iraqi known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, will be the caliph, or leader, of the new caliphate, and all Muslims worldwide will be required to pay allegiance to him. It was unclear what immediate impact the declaration would

have on the ground in Syria and Iraq, though experts predicted it could herald infighting among the Sunni militants who have formed an alliance with the Islamic State in its blitz across Iraq. The greatest impact, however, could be on the broader international jihadist movement, in particular the future of al-Qaeda, which has long carried the mantle of the international jihadi cause. But the Islamic State has done in Syria and Iraq what al-Qaeda never has — control a large swath of territory in the heart of the Arab world. The state will cover lands already under Islamic State control, stretching from the northern Syrian province of Aleppo to the eastern Iraqi province of Diyala, the statement said, adding that eventually it will be extended to include the entire Muslim world. (AP/ THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Animal Diplomacy U.N. Secretary-General Ban Kimoon capped off a week of U.N. environmental discussions by “adopting” a 6-month-old lion cub Saturday. The lioness, which was found abandoned, will be raised by the Nairobi Animal Orphanage in Kenya. (AP)

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An informal referendum aimed at bolstering support for greater democracy in Hong Kong wound down Sunday after drawing nearly 800,000 votes and the ire of Beijing. Hong Kongers used the straw poll to express their desire for greater say in choosing their leader. (AP)

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Egypt will restrict sermons during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan to topics of faith and morality, the state’s top official in charge of religious affairs said Sunday, in the latest measure by the government to control mosques and limit access of opponents to them. The announcement is yet another move by authorities to crackdown on supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, and limiting in the process free speech in the deeply polarized country. Mohammed Mokhtar Gomaa said the decision should ensure that sermons during Islam’s holy month of fasting “unite people, not divide

them.” He said the religious speech had been “hijacked” for political purposes, in reference to the previous government, led by Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. Since Morsi’s ouster, religious authorities moved to purge mosques from preachers deemed supportive of Islamists and have set guidelines for Friday sermons. Some 12,000 independent preachers have been barred from delivering sermons. In recent months, the ministry’s website had been posting outlines for the weekly sermons delivered each Friday. Anyone who strays from them in Egypt’s more than 100,000 mosques risks removal. MARIAM RIZK (AP)

The number of people — mostly rebels fighting to overthrow President Bashar Assad — that have been killed in infighting among rival Islamic groups in Syria across opposition-held territory in the north since January, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a report Sunday. (AP)

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Washington Ah, parking. The ugly duckling of urban policy. So deceptively dull. Yet capable of such intrigue. Political meddling. Ethical temptation. Rank hypocrisy. It’s all there. For months, city officials have wrangled over a D.C. Council proposal to create a single new parking behemoth: one agency, instead of three, that would set parking policy, write tickets and handle the appeals by unhappy motorists. Advocates want better coordination among officials, smarter parking technology — and fewer careless mistakes, such as tickets sent to the wrong car owner. The problem is that creating a Department of Parking Management would invite plenty of new problems, officials warn, including stymieing good overall planning. Still, the debate appears to be speeding up some long-needed changes. Earlier this month, the District’s Department of Transportation went live with a digital tip box to help address one of the city’s most irksome parking annoyances: signs that trip up drivers by giving conflicting instructions on times that parking is allowed. A choice for “Conflicting Signs” now joins “Rat Abatement,” “Pothole” and “Illegal Dumping” among the service requests on the city’s 311.dc.gov website. City parking responsibilities are divided in three: DDOT decides who does and doesn’t get to park where (at least when it’s not being overruled by the D.C. Council). The Department of Public Works handles the bulk of the enforcement. And the

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Currently, city parking responsibilities are handled by three different agencies.

Meanwhile … The D.C. Department of Transportation has drafted an ambitious plan for how residents will move around D.C. by 2040. MoveDC sets a vision for expanded transportation, reliable public transit and less personal vehicle use. The $54 billion plan received mixed reviews Friday at a Council hearing, where some speakers praised the plan’s goals to widen access for pedestrians and cyclists and others complained about the proposals to take away car lanes for bikes and transit lanes, reduce parking and impose tolls on drivers. Consensus among many speakers was that the plan failed to address how the city would implement the recommendations. (T WP)

Department of Motor Vehicles is responsible for adjudicating tickets. D.C. Council member Mary Cheh’s Transportation Reorganization Act, released in April, would consolidate those responsibilities. But yanking parking policy from the DDOT would be a “step backward,” said City Administrator Allen Lew, who opposes the move. “Regulation of parking in the District should not be isolated from

other roadway management decisions,” Lew said. Lucinda Babers, the DMV chief, said it’s vital to keep a clear division between the people who write the tickets and the people who hear the appeals. She often gets emails and phone calls from people trying to get around the adjudication process. “It’s so powerful for me to be able to say, ‘My agency doesn’t issue tickets.’ If I was the director of the Department of Parking Management and I could not say that, then the ethical pressures … would be so great they would blow the ethics out of the water.” That and other arguments seem to be gaining traction, and Council staff say the consolidation of parking functions is increasingly unlikely, though other efforts at reorganization are still in play. Cheh, who chairs the Council’s Transportation Committee, said her goal has been to provoke creative thinking about the city’s management of transportation overall, and she’s not wedded to the particular language in her bill, which will be revised. Further sessions on overseeing the city’s transit plans, including the streetcar system, are scheduled for later this summer. MICHAEL L ARIS (THE WASHINGTON POST )

The number of people who plan to head for the hills — or beaches —

over the July 4 weekend, fleeing the Washington region’s often sweltering Independence Day heat, according to a AAA survey. Nationally, the annual auto-club survey concluded that 41 million people will stray from home during the weekend. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Local But activists worry that Congress will step in — again

measure that would fully legalize possession of marijuana in D.C., plan to announce this week that they are closing in on 60,000 signatures — a comfortable buffer over the 22,600 needed to ensure the measure qualifies for the November ballot. Having voters decide if D.C. should follow Colorado and Washington state in legalizing marijuana seemed — at least until last week — like a logical progression in D.C. District voters support legalization by a margin of 2 to 1, polls show. The city is taking steps to let doctors recommend the drug for any ailment. The D.C. Council even voted

Washington Sixteen years ago, D.C. activists gathered signatures to let voters decide if the District should legalize medical marijuana. Then Congress stepped in, and city officials were not even allowed to count the ballots that voters had cast. Marijuana activists fear that history is about to repeat itself. Organizers for Initiative 71, a

in March to decriminalize possession, making it a fine of $25. But just weeks before those more lenient provisions were to take effect, House Republicans last week resurrected the kind of budget language that for over a decade blocked D.C. from launching the medical marijuana program that voters had overwhelmingly endorsed. “It’s violating our rights … and I’m just afraid it’s going to happen all over again,” said Adam Eidinger, an organizer of the DC Cannabis Campaign. “If we can just get this on the ballot ... then we’ll have a vote.” Whether the budget measure

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Staffers with the DC Cannabis Campaign show off stacks of signatures to legalize marijuana in the District.

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passed last week by House Republicans, which bans D.C. from spending money to loosen penalties for pot, could become law remains unclear. But supporters now see it as a race against Congress to get the measure certified. Should federal lawmakers pass a spending plan with the restriction before Nov. 4, there is precedent for D.C. elections officials to decide that they are prohibited from even counting votes on the issue. If Congress hasn’t passed a budget by then, however, there is a strong chance that on Nov. 4, D.C. will legalize pot. A ARON C. DAVIS (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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D.C. may curb pop-ups like these.

D.C.’s planning office last week released proposals that could curb the city’s rising number of “pop-ups” — renovated homes that get extended upward by one story or more. Under the proposals, developers would be able to increase the height of family rowhouses in one of the city’s predominant residential areas — the R-4 zone — only to a maximum of 35 feet and would need special permission from the Board of Zoning Adjustment to reach today’s by-right cap of 40 feet. These pop-ups — often derided as “middle fingers” — are being built to even higher heights in the city’s other zones. One wellknown pop-up, at 1013 V St. NW, is in a commercial zone that allows for buildings to be 65 feet high.

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$5.1M The amount that D.C. Chancellor Kaya Henderson set aside to add an hour of instruction at another 42 schools for the 2014-2015 school year. (T WP)

from coming up for a vote. Only two schools voted to implement the longer day schoolwide. Another 16 schools will move forward on a partial basis, using only teachers who agree to work longer hours. Two dozen schools will not adopt a longer day in any form. EMMA BROWN (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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The $40 million renovation of the National Mall’s damaged turf led to controversial National Park Service regulations governing the park’s grass panels.

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Mall Incites a Turf War Washington At the intersection of Seventh Street and the Mall, two distinct views of one of the country’s most visited parks are on display. Facing the Capitol, a carpet of lush grass stretches from sidewalk to sidewalk, the manicured green dotted with strolling tourists, Frisbee players and picnic blankets. In the opposite direction, crowds of visitors meander between performance stages and exhibits at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, its large white tents staked into the trampled, weed-ridden ground. Here is the Mall as an iconic symbol of American ideals, conveyed through meticulously preserved landscape. And here it is as a robustly used gathering place, a public showcase for creative expression and the exchange of ideas.

So, which is it? Can it be both? The answer, so far, is that it’s complicated. The yearslong, $40 million renovation of the Mall’s badly damaged turf led to new National Park Service regulations governing the park’s grass panels. Sports teams are adjusting to the revised protocol — red flags mean take the game elsewhere, please — but large-scale events such as the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, which annually draws about 1 million visitors, have found it far more challenging to adapt. The Mall, as its trustees like to say, has been “loved to death,” even deemed a “failed” public space by a 2011 Atlantic Cities ranking. Visitors often log disappointed reviews on travel sites. When tourists take a photo, they want a background that captures grandeur; instead, “weeds grow where dreams once flourished,” the trust’s site declares. But ridding America’s front lawn of its weeds means some dreams get relocated. The cost of a continual effort of turf restoration can

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prove prohibitive; after more than a decade on the Mall, organizers of the National Book Festival announced in January that the festival would move to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The turf renovation was also behind this year’s

Following the approval of a new plan for the Mall in 2010, upgrades in recent years include restoration of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, repair of the Tidal Basin seawall by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, restoration of the D.C. War Memorial and the first phase of a turf restoration project — a $16 million endeavor that renovated the grass panels between Third and Seventh streets NW (the next phase is set to begin in August). In the wake of massive crowds for President Barack Obama’s second inauguration in 2013, Ken Salazar, then Secretary of the Interior, issued an order expressing concern about “the extreme levels of use” the area endures. (T WP)

cancellation of the National Council of Negro Women’s annual Black Family Reunion. After months of uncertainty surrounding the future of the Folklife Festival, its place on the Mall for the next five years was secured Wednes-

“It’s how it’s used, it’s not the grass that’s important to people,” says Kim Stryker, who created a grassroots advocacy group, Save the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. “It’s the human interaction on the Mall that’s really made a difference.” A 2012 letter written by Thomas Luebke, secretary of the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, describes the park’s top priority differently. “The Commission members emphasized that the integrity of the Mall as a continuous, green, designed landscape should not be compromised,” the letter says. It notes that “the pedestrian experience of the Mall” is the paramount concern — i.e., event organizers would foot the bill to re-beautify the grounds. But appearance versus use is a “false choice,” says Caroline Cunningham, president of the Trust for the National Mall. She says there are ways to accommodate both and notes that restoration of the grass panels was necessary after decades of neglect. But Stryker says the agreement signed this week is “far from a home run,” and her organization recently launched a Change.org petition to lobby for a permanent event space on the Mall. Next year, the Folklife Festival will have to adhere to the new rules. For now, it’s stationed as usual in the center of the Mall, where the yet-to-be-restored landscape is pockmarked with dust and clover patches. It is the site of storied marches, protests and concerts, all of which have left their scars. CAITLIN GIBSON (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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A Late Meltdown for Mexico RICARDO MAZALAN (AP)

Netherlands scores in 88th minute and injury time in 2-1 win World Cup

Costa Rica beat Greece in a penalty shootout to reach the quarterfinals.

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Klaas Jan Huntelaar and Wesley Sneijder scored late goals Sunday to give the Netherlands a 2-1 victory over Mexico and a spot in the World Cup quarterfinals. Huntelaar, who came on as a 76th-minute substitute, scored the winning goal from the penalty spot deep in injury time after Rafael Marquez brought down Arjen Robben in the area. “You don’t know when your chance will come, but it was today, and so you grab it with both hands,” said Huntelaar, who was making his first appearance at this year’s World Cup. “And it was fantastic.” Giovani Dos Santos gave the Mexicans the lead in the 48th minute, but Sneijder equalized for the Dutch in the 88th.

Left: The Netherlands’ Arjen Robben goes down to earn a penalty kick. Right: A Mexico fan sits in the stands after the match.

It was the first time Sneijder, who scored five goals at the last World Cup in South Africa, has found the net in Brazil. Robben has already scored three goals for the Dutch at this year’s tournament, but after earning the late penalty, he handed the ball to Huntelaar.

It was heartbreak again for Mexico, which has now reached the second stage of the World Cup six straight times without winning. The last time the team made the quarterfinals was when it hosted the tournament in 1986. After the final whistle, the Mexican players collapsed, distraught

on the turf while many of their fans were in tears. Mexico coach Miguel Herrera blamed the referee for the loss, saying Robben dived to earn the penalty. “Today it was the man with the whistle who eliminated us from the World Cup,” Herrera said. MIKE CORDER (AP)

World Cup Highly physical, probably defensive and anxiety-ridden for sure. Not exactly the kind of happy football that fans have enjoyed so far at the World Cup, but it’s the likely scenario for Tuesday’s second-round match between Belgium and the United States. The stakes certainly are high enough. Belgium has not reached the quarterfinals since 1986 and the U.S. team has already exceeded expectations by emerging from a tough opening group and wants to ride that momentum.

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Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has allowed one goal in three games.

goal — a penalty at that — in three games. And in Thibaut Courtois, the team has arguably the most exciting young goalkeeper in the world. Belgium has treaded extremely carefully to line up three one-goal victories and emerge from its group with a perfect record. Holding back, avoiding errors and pouncing late has become its mantra, and if fans deplore the lack of joy — too bad. “If you ask me whether to produce thrills and leave after the group stage, or win all games 1-0 and win the World Cup, I prefer 1-0. That is clear,” Belgium coach Marc Wilmots said. R AF CASERT (AP)

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allowed Brazil to avoid an early exit from the World Cup on Saturday. That broke the previous mark set during this year’s Super Bowl. About 382,000 tweets were sent just after the Seahawks’ Percy Harvin returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, according to data compiled by the microblogging site Twitter. But overall, the NFL showpiece game generated nearly 25 million tweets, trouncing the 16.4 million during Saturday’s Round of 16 match, the most-tweeted yet during the tournament. (AP)

Costa Rica Survives in Penalties World Cup Ten-man Costa Rica beat Greece in a penalty shootout Sunday to reach the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time. Michael Umana scored the decisive penalty as Costa Rica won the shootout 5-3 after the game ended 1-1 following extra time. Theofanis Gekas saw his penalty saved by Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas for the only miss in the shootout. Costa Rica had taken the lead early in the second half of regulation time through captain Bryan Ruiz but then had defender Oscar Duarte sent off in the 66th minute. Greece scored an equalizer in injury time of regulation when Sokratis Papastathopoulos smashed in a rebound and finally made the team’s numerical advantage pay off. Costa Rica will play the Netherlands in the quarterfinals Saturday. GER ALD IMR AY (AP)

Round of 16 Today France vs. Nigeria (noon, ESPN) Germany vs. Algeria (4 p.m., ESPN) Tuesday Argentina vs. Switzerland (noon, ESPN) Belgium vs. USA (4 p.m., ESPN)

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As Always, ‘Big 4’ Hanging Around

Englishman atones for bogey on No. 18 and wins in playoff

Men’s side has been predictable, but top two women are out

Big 3 Free Agents Chris Bosh told the Miami Heat on Sunday that he is opting out of the last two years of his contract, and will join LeBron James and Dwyane Wade as free agents starting at midnight Tuesday. Bosh had until Monday to make his decision and choose to forgo $42.7 million over the next two seasons. He has said many times in recent weeks that he wants to stay in Miami, and it now is clear that he’s willing to stretch his money over a longer period of time in order to make that happen. (AP)

Justin Rose got his mistake out of the way and won the Quicken Loans National in a playoff Sunday over Shawn Stefani. Tied for the lead as he played the 18th hole at Congressional, Rose tried to hit through two trees left of the fairway and overturned the shot. It ran down a bank and into the water, and he had to hole a 15-foot bogey putt just to stay in the game. That proved to be the biggest shot he hit all day. Behind him, Stefani made bogey on the 17th and narrowly missed a birdie putt on the 18th to set up the first playoff in the eight-year

On Sunday, Justin Rose won his first tournament since last summer’s U.S. Open.

history of the event. And then it was Stefani who essentially repeated Rose’s mistake on the first extra hole at No. 18. After taking a drop because the grandstands blocked his view

of the green, he wanted to play his low punch to the right side of the green. His shot also had too much turn and bounded into the water. Rose hit the middle of the green from the fairway and two-putted

Wimbledon The so-called “Big 4” who have won 35 of the past 37 Grand Slam singles titles — Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Roger Federer — are all around for the second week at Wimbledon, joined by the new major winner on the block, Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka. The same can’t be said on the women’s side, where top-seeded and five-time champion Serena Williams won’t see any action at the All England Club in Week 2 except in doubles with her sister Venus, another five-time Wimbledon winner who is also out of singles. With Serena out and second-

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for par. Stefani made double bogey. It was Rose’s first win since the U.S. Open last summer at Merion, and it felt like he won another U.S. Open as tough as Congressional played. With putting surfaces that had a brown tinge to them even before the leaders teed off, and thick rough all week, it was a far stronger test than when the Open was held in soggy conditions in 2011. “Congressional got its reputation back after the U.S. Open,” Rose said. “I really enjoy this type of golf and this type of test. I think it tested all of us. I’m delighted.” Rose and Stefani each closed with a 1-under 70 — only six players broke par in the final round — and finished at 4-under 280. It was only the second time this year that the winning score was higher than the 36-hole lead (6 under). DOUG FERGUSON (AP)

Roger Federer has won seven Wimbledon championships — his last in 2012.

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ers remaining in the singles draw held sessions at the nearby Aorangi Park practice courts. Federer and Murray were there at the same time, although due to rain delays on Friday, Federer, like Nadal, won’t play his fourth-round match until Tuesday. Federer says he’s amazed as anyone about the Big 4’s ability to maintain such a stellar record in Grand Slam tournaments. “I came through the ranks where it was normal for top guys to have a bad Slam, have maybe two bad Slams from time to time, but it barely happens anymore,” Federer said. “It’s like such a shock when it does. “I think I’ve been surprised how consistent I’ve been personally, but even more so by everybody else who is just like normal to get to quarters, get to semis. Because I know how small the margins are.” DENNIS PASSA (AP)

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NE - 1850 Kendall St - 1 & 2 BR, CAC, W-W. Renovated. $700 - $800 + utils. Application fee $15. Immed occupancy. 202-582-7155 NE- Huntwood Crt. Under new management 1BR $860+. 2BR $920+. 5000 Hunt St NE. 888-349-3845 NMI Prop Mgmt.

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Are you a veteran who is seeking a career in the culinary industry? The Department of Veterans’ Affairs DC VA Medical Center’s Community Resource And Referral Center (CRRC) located at 1500 Franklin St., NE, Wash. DC, is holding a Culinary Training Open House on July 1, 2014, from 11:30 am - 3:00 pm to present its FREE Culinary Training program for Veterans. Selected Veterans will receive FREE training, uniforms/shoes, transportation stipend, and daily breakfast and lunch. New class to begin in July 2014. Come and learn what the program can do for you. Veterans must be eligible to be treated at the DCVA Medical Center and must be able to stand (unassisted), bend and lift 30 lbs.

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South East

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GAS HEAT, GAS COOKING FREE & WATER $ 2 BRS 895

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2343 Green Street SE • Wash. DC 20020

WWW.DELWIN-REALTY.COM

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202.563.6968

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0 app fee • 1 & 2 br Available

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8:30am - 5:30pm M-F

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3839 64th Ave Hyattsville MD 20784

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Free July Rent • Flat Screen TV • Renovated Apartments • Spacious Floorplans • Central HVAC

• Spacious Floorplans • Fully equipped contemporary kitchen • Washer and Dryer in each home • Fitness center, clubhouse and pool

116 Irvington Street SW

EFFICIENCY $700 1BR fr. $775 2BR fr. $870

1 Bedrooms @ $850 per month 2 Bedrooms @ $950 per month 3 Bedrooms @ $1199 per month

M-F 9-5 • Sat 10-4

Housing Choice Vouchers Welcome where rents are within voucher limits Southeast

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1 BRs fr. $860/mo 2 BRs fr. $985/mo Meadow Green Courts! $20 APPLICATION FEE! Convenient to shops, schools, Dishwasher. Walk-in closets., w-w carpet 5% DISCOUNT: METRO & DC GOVT employees

Call for details

(877) 464-9774 3539 A St. SE

Mon.-Fri. 9-5. Sat. 10-4

Housing Choice Vouchers welcome where rents are within voucher program limits.

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1.877.870.0243 201 I Street, SW • Washington, DC 20024 Located NearThe S.W. Waterfront

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Ask About Move-in Specials! Rents from $1020

Hyattsville

Arts District

Regency Pointe MOVE-IN SPECIAL • Exciting renovations

price is for 1st Mo. Rent/ 1 BR only

(when you sign a 12 mo. lease).

• Spacious floor plans • Pleasing closet space • Pet friendly

1 BR at $800 • 2 BR at $875 On residential street next to DeMatha HS Off-st parking • Ceiling Fans

866-906-4875

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SW-Madison Ct. Under New Management. Starting at 1BR $845+, 2BR $945+. 32 Chesapeake St. SW 202-561-7368 NMI Property Management SW - Section 8 welc. 2BR apts $1205+utils, newly renov, 2 baths, sep dining room w/ den, CAC. Also large 2BR w/ 1BA $1205+utils. Cozy 1BR apt $1005+utils, CAC, recessed lights, hdwd flr. Secured bldgs. SEC DEP SPECIAL $500. Call 9am-8pm 202-321-7777 or 301-379-9489

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Summer Ridge Receive $300 Off*

Coopers Crossing

*Must move-in now through July 1, 2014 1 Free Application per household

Maximum Income

1

$45,180

2

$51,600

3

$58,080

4

$64,000

5

$69,660

6

$74,820

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PARKVIEW GARDENS

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• Roomy, modern apts. • Private balconies/patios • Cathedral ceiling

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5409 Riverdale Road • Riverdale, MD 20737

800-767-2189

• Right across from the NEW WEGMANS • Remodeled w/brand new Kitchens • Licensed daycare on premises

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MAPLE RIDGE 2252 Brightseat Road • Landover, MD 20785

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Close to the Forest Glen Metro Off-Str. Parking/Controlled Access Ceiling Fans Housing Vouchers Welcome UTILITIES INCLUDED

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Oxon Hill - 3BR, 1BA, eat-in-kit, living room, dryer, fenced back yard, near bus line & Washington National Harbor, drive way/carport. Immed occupancy. $1540. 301-375-7072

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$599 price is for 1st Mo. Rent/1 BR only. (on a 12 mo. lease) 1-BR $1050 | 2-BR $1150

599

1BR $825 • 2BR $925

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11658 South Laurel Drive Laurel, MD 20708

RIVERDALE

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7742 Finns Lane Lanham, MD 20706

APARTMENTS

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Silver Spring

WINDSOR COURT AND TOWER APTS

• Enormous Floor Plans • Noise Dampening Floors • Close to Shopping • Pet Friendly • Washer & Dryers in all 3 BR units

1 BR Special- $1168 2 BR Special- $1300* 3 BR Special- $1650*

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3817 64th Avenue • Landover Hills, MD 20784

301-773-5228

Free 6-Week Summer Camp

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2 bedroom $1,205

301-825-9162

www.morgan-properties.com 3400 Pearl Drive, Suitland, MD 20746

Suitland

Andrew’s Ridge Up to 1½ Months Free* Rents from $1050 $500 Off 1st Month*

• Classic & Renovated apartments available • Spacious bedrooms • Ample closet space • Exciting community renovations underway!

301-850-0045

5601 Regency Park Court • Suitland, MD 20746 *Limited time offer on select apartments

SUITLAND- Luxury Rental 3BR 2 New BA, New Kit, 2 Fpls, Full Bast. Sec. Sys. $1850 Call 703-447-9127

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HILLBROOK $599 price is for 1st Mo. Rent/1 BR only

• Gated community • State - of - the - art Fitness Center • Free gas and water • Walk to Walmart

Limited Time Offer Certain Restrictions Apply

Silver Spring

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LANDOVER

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301-637-0723

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Call today for complete details and pay $15 Application Fee

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3402 Dodge Park Rd. • Landover, MD 20785

KINGS SQUARE

**Must move in by July 4, 2014. All utilities included.

1439 Southern Ave.

www.queenstownapts.com

2 BRS $995 3 BRS $1,195

: 1 and Dens : 2 Bedrooms : 2 and Dens : 3 Bedrooms

Station Square Apartments Celebrate Your Independence by Getting 1 Month Free Rent

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301-289-9590

301-289-9577

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1 BR’s are $1050

Central Air • Elevator Off St. Parking • Mid-Rise Apts All Utilities Included

SUITLAND

PARKWAY TERRACE 1 BRs fr $

920

Concerts, movies, events, restaurants and more.

2 BRs fr $

1020

$30 Application Fee • Walk to Metro • W/W Carpet or Hardwood avail • Secure Buildings • Parklike setting w/picnic tbls & grill

3415 Parkway Terr. Dr. Suitland, Md. Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm.

877-608-6548

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ROOMMATES

BELTSVILLE- Room for rent in shared home. $550. Free cable. Security deposit required. Shared utilities. Chuk 202-255-3047

HYATTSVILLE - Room in house to share. Close to metro. No pets/ smoking. $500/mo. 410-202-8532 HYATTSVILLE, MD - Riggs & East-West Hwy. Room $500 per month, cable, internet and utilities. 202-709-2208

BOWIE - Furnished room in SFH. $575 includes utils. NS/NP. Pref F. Sec dep req. Avail now. 240-462-6261

LANHAM, MD - 2 BR in single family home, shared bathroom, wall-to-wall carpet, internet & cable. $550 & $500. Call 240-423-3737

4901 Seminary Rd., ALEXANDRIA, VA

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Bowie-Huge furn MBR for 1 person w/pvt BA/ fridge/microwave/TV. Off Rt50, 15 min DC, Annapolis. 20 min BWI. NS. $735 inc utils/cbl.301-805-1125

• All utilities paid • No Security Deposit or move-in fees • Metrobus at front door to Pentagon & Van Dorn Metro • Free parking • Convenient to Pentagon, Shopping & I-395

SILVER SPRING/WHEATON- Furn rm for rent. Walk to bus/rail. $620/mon utilities included NS. 301-942-1209

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LEXUS OF SILVER SPRING

BOWIE, MD- Room in TH. Basic cable, WIFI and utils included. $650/mo plus sec dep. Call 240-245-4542

*All Prices & Specials Subject to change without notice.

CENTREVILLE Prof'l F pref, Fully furn, incl, Queen bed, WIC (lghtd), cable, w/d access, share BA, smoker ok. Must be employ'd. $650. 703-830-0002

(888) 450-3292

FT. WASHINGTON- Room w/ pvt full BA; N/S; Utilities included; Cable avail. On bus line. $600/month. Call 240-601-4839

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RESORT PROPERTIES

UPPER MARLBORO- Route 4 and 301 F share SFH. Bdrm, bath & storage. $660 dep. Leave msg 301-627-7726 UPPER MARLBORO Large room to share for $500 in quiet area, near malls & bus routes. 301-237-6862

WHITE OAK, MD- 2BRs in TH. Share BA & Kitchen. Near Public Trans, 495, Shopping. $600/month. Call/Text 202-294-7803

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CARS PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY Over 500+ Cars, Trucks, Boats, RV's www.CapitalAutoAuction.com 301-563-9571 Mercedes Benz 1988 SE- Runs & Drives Well, Great Cond, Pwr Front Seats, Red Leather, White ext, AC, $3,300/obo 301-237-8031 TOP CA$H FOR ANY CAR FAST,FREE PICK-UP 202-517-2579 CA$H ON THE SPOT

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RESORT PROPERTIES $230,000

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GEORGETOWN: Shared house, no smoking, near bus/ shops, w/d $730+ 1/3 utils. 202-337-1308

LANHAM- Ruxton Dr. 1 Unfurn room in SFH, AC, quiet, no-smoking. $580+ dep incl utils 240-645-2380 MT RAINER/CHEVERLY, MD - Nice room, wall to wall carpet, Kitchen privileges. $140-$150/wk + sec dep. 240-646-6378 NE/Ft Totten Metro/Red Line- Female Pref $935 unfurn BR shrd Single Family Home in 3BR, 2.5BA. W/D, Cbl, int, maid svc. utils incld 202-494-3692 SE - Furn rm in house, share BA/kit. Near metro & harbor. Pref female. $165/wk inc util/cble. 301-922-6393 SILVER SPRING, MD - Furn rooms. M perf, all utils incl. Shr fam rm. Nr Metro, 495 & Shpg ctr. $550. Call 240-701-6022 Silver Spring, 1 room, close to shopping and bus. No smoking. $600/mo utils included. Call 202-817-1722

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Rewarding Viewers Networks try to reward viewers for their tweets. Not only will they retweet fans’ tweets from show accounts but sometimes air tweets on-screen live, in reruns or during promos. When it was revealed that Jen Arnold, above, of TLC’s “The Little Couple,” had cancer, the network selected sentiments from fans with the hashtag #GetWellJen to show on-screen.

Tweeting about a TV show, and using specific hashtags, is like an immediate focus group. “We want to give (viewers) what they want,” said Kristen Variola, director of social media for TLC. “If we see something is really resonating with the fans we like to create more content around that.” Mullin added, “In this day and age it’s very hard for any show runner or writer’s room to stay off social media. It’s a great way to hear the voice of the people. … (Feedback) is a great tool for storytellers to use when deciding what direction to take their show in.”

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Tweeting also keeps people interested for the long haul. Said Variola: “We are looking at social media as a way to connect with fans year-round, not just when our shows are on the air. With TLC’s ‘Cake Boss,’ we’re talking about cakes year-round. Not just when you see (its star) Buddy Valastro on the air.”

Twitter isn’t the only form of social media engaging TV viewers. ABC Family said during big “tent pole episodes” (like a premiere, finale or special episode) “someone is monitoring Pinterest and live pinning fashion tips, somebody is taking snippets of scenes and putting them up on Tumblr as gifs. ... Fans love it.”

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Bobby Womack, a highly influential R&B singer-songwriter who influenced artists of a range of genres, has died. He was 70. With an incomparable voice few could match, Womack was a powerful songwriter whose hits like “Across 110th Street,” “If You Think You’re Lonely Now” and “I Wish He Didn’t Trust Me So Much” inspired future stars in rock ’n’ roll and R&B. “He had a style that nobody else could ever capture,” gospel singer Candi Staton said in a statement. “I loved him and I will miss him so, so very much.” Womack’s death comes as something of a surprise. Though he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease two years ago and overcame addiction and multiple health issues, recently, he seemed in good health and spirits when he performed earlier this month at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The soul singer cut a wide path

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Bobby Womack inspired musicians with R&B hits like “Across 110th Street.”

through the music business as a performer and songwriter in a career that spanned seven decades. Womack was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009, long after he’d lost his fortune and his career to addiction. Born in Cleveland, Womack sang gospel music at a young age, performing with his brothers in The Womack Brothers. Under the influence of Sam Cooke, Womack moved into secular music. In the early 1960s they recorded “It’s All

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Meshach Taylor, who earned an Emmy nomination for his role on the sitcom “Designing Women,” died on Saturday of cancer at age 67, his agent said. Taylor also co-starred for four seasons on another successful comedy, “Dave’s World,” and in the films “Mannequin” and “Damien: Omen II.” (AP) PROJECTS

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Over Now,” which was covered by the Rolling Stones and became the band’s first number-one hit. Damon Albarn helped Womack regain his career with 2012 comeback album “The Bravest Man in the Universe.” The album was a departure for Womack, full of electronic music and beats. But it was lauded by critics for a simple reason: That distinctive voice of his still brought chills. “I don’t think he ever really thought that he would do anything again,” Albarn said of Womack in March. “Watching his rehabilitation and watching his ability to confront new material and new challenges was nothing short of miraculous.” CHRIS TALBOT T (AP)

Judd Apatow’s rumored new sitcom, “Love,” could star Gillian Jacobs.

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has “Super Fun Night” actor Paul Rust attached to co-star. Gillian Jacobs, best known for her role on “Community,” has been approached to star in the series, which is reportedly about a series of fractured relationships. (EXPRESS)

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THE MAIN EVENT: They will say their vows July 7 at a surprise spot on the National Mall. HOW THEY MET: His daughters’ cheerleading practice; she was coaching. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: “I thought he was an extremely well-dressed, handsome guy and a perfect gentleman.” FIRST DATE: Lucky Strike Bowling in Chinatown.

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“Justin Bieber’s chipper-looking mug shot made a surprise appearance during the opening night of Beyonce and Jay Z’s ‘On the Run.’ ” — MITCHELL PETERS AT BILLBOARD.COM spills

details from the power couple’s tour after their first stop at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium on Wednesday. During a Jay song, a video montage flashed celebrity mug shots — including the one from Bieber’s Jan. 23 arrest in Miami for suspicion of DUI. According to concertgoers, Beyonce said, “Even the greatest can fall” when the mug shot appeared.

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CANCER (June 21-July 22) How you reorder your priorities will matter a great deal — not only to you, but to those who work closely with you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You’ve been working hard on a project that means a great deal to you. It may be time to put it aside for a while to let it ripen. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Not everyone agrees that your way is the best way, but you’ll have the chance to prove that it certainly is the best way for you! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) A special arrangement results in something for which you are not entirely prepared, but you can be ready by day’s end if you hustle.

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You’re sure to get inspiration and valuable ideas from all kinds of sources today. It’s simply a matter of keeping your eyes open. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Someone is ready to give you a great deal more responsibility, but are you ready to take it on? This requires some honest reflection. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) A childhood memory suddenly means much more to you than it has in the past. Many other things seem to increase in value as well. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You may not be in the mood for what lies ahead, but there’s very little you can to do avoid it. It’s time for a new attitude!

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Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone With the Wind,” one of the best-selling novels of all time and the basis for a blockbuster 1939 movie, is published.

1950

The U.S. enters the Korean War as President Harry S. Truman orders U.S. forces to assist in defending South Korea from invading North Korea.

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Whoopi’s Plan for TV Domination Almost Complete ABC said on Thursday that Jenny McCarthy, top left, and Sherri Shepherd are leaving as co-hosts of “The View.” Shepherd, part of “The View” for seven years, and ABC could not come to terms on a new contract, according to Shepherd’s manager. McCarthy’s one-year contract was not renewed, said a source. Entertainment Weekly reports the show’s changes may include a male host. (AP/EXPRESS) ANTHONY DELMUNDO (GETTY IMAGES)

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Yet Jen Is Silent on How Often Matt Damon Is Over During an interview Thursday on “Watch What Happens Live,” Mark Ruffalo said Ben Affleck is the reason he’s no longer close with Jennifer Garner. “We have a great time together,” Ruffalo said. “But then Ben came on the scene.” Host Andy Cohen responded, “I hear Ben doesn’t let her have any male friends?” Ruffalo shrugged in response. (EXPRESS)

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A spokeswoman for the Greensboro, N.C., Police Department says that rapper Rick Ross was taken into custody Friday night after his performance at a concert. A court had issued an order for his arrest because he failed to appear in court on a previous misdemeanor marijuana charge. The rapper was released on $1,000 bond. (SOURCE)

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B. Mississippi’s black Democratic voters crossing into the Republican primary — it’s allowed in the state — likely provided Sen. Thad Cochran with his margin of victory, experts say. In the three weeks before the runoff, Cochran worked to convince African-Americans that he would be better for them than his opponent, tea party conservative Chris McDaniel. Tuesday’s voter data show that turnout rose sharply in black areas of the state compared to the initial June 3 primary.

Shia LeBeouf was arrested on Thursday in New York for disorderly conduct, capping off a series of bizarre incidents. Here’s a survey, according to The New York Post. (E XPRESS)

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ONE WEEK AGO: TMZ has video of LaBeouf trying to fight a man outside a New York strip club. It’s not clear what prompted the near-altercation. THURSDAY: LaBeouf chased after a homeless man in Times Square, demanding that the man give him his McDonald’s bag. THURSDAY NIGHT: The actor allegedly shouted at and slapped actors and started smoking in the theater during a performance of “Cabaret.” When officers escorted LaBeouf from the theater, he was said to be spitting and shouting expletives, prompting them to put a face mask on him. FRIDAY: A representative for Liza Minnelli sent LaBeouf a copy of the film version of “Cabaret,” in which Minnelli starred. “I figured he may want to find out how it ends,” the representative said.

Your Mom Still Doesn’t Understand Why You Can’t Find a Nice Girl Like Amy Amy Adams on Friday gave up her firstclass seat on a flight from Detroit to Los Angeles to a U.S. soldier. ABC reported that when she saw a man in uniform at their departure gate, Adams asked to swap her first-class seat for his in coach. Adams told Inside Edition, “I didn’t do it for attention for myself, I did it for attention for the troops.” (EXPRESS)

“They’re shallow like that … It’s harder to become friends with guys because guys just want to have sex with you.” — CARA DELEVINGNE, TELLING THE TELEGRAPH THAT WHILE SHE WAS “A TOMBOY” IN SCHOOL, THE MODEL IS MORE COMFORTABLE WITH FEMALE FRIENDS THAN MALES ONES

2 A. Although he’s only been India’s prime minister for about a month, Narendra Modi — @NarendraModi — has 5 million Twitter followers, beating out the @WhiteHouse account of 4.99 million and making him the fourthmost-followed leader in the world. 3 B. The D.C. Council proposed expanding the city’s sales tax to cover health clubs and other previously exempt sectors. Many fitness buffs deemed it a tax on wellness or a “yoga tax,” which Marion Barry misheard as a “yogurt tax” (which he declared would be “crazy”). 4

A. Suarez never received a red

card but was handed a four-month ban from FIFA on Thursday. 5 C. North Korea has warned that if the U.S. government allows the release of James Franco and Seth Rogen’s comedy “The Interview,” it will be considered “an act of war.” In the film, a producer and talk-show host set out to assassinate Kim Jong Un. 6

B. President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi asked for “real sacrifices” from Egyptians and said he is giving up half of his wealth (estimated to be in the millions) and half of his salary ($6,000 a month) to set an example.

7 C. Last Monday, President Barack Obama stopped at a D.C. Chipotle for lunch, and everyone went nuts after a photo of the visit showed Obama reaching over the sneeze guard to order his burrito bowl toppings. “President Obama Accused of ‘Overreach’ in Chipotle Stop” proclaimed The Wall Street Journal’s Washington Wire blog. 8 D. In an interview with Playboy, actor Gary Oldman decried the “political correctness” that ensnared Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin after their controversial comments. “Mel Gibson is in a town that’s run by Jews and he said the wrong thing because he’s

actually bitten the hand that I guess has fed him,” Oldman said. He has since apologized. 9 B. LeBron James opted out of his contract with Miami and could sign with any team in the NBA. 10 A. The invertebrate exhibit was shut down last Sunday for funding reasons, while three new Asian elephants made their debut after a 30-day quarantine last Monday.

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