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He’s been smoking since he was 12, “and I will till the day I die,” he said, and now Ray was about to get back in his truck and drive his ﬁrst legal purchase 322 miles east, back to his Nebraska farm. Congressional Pot Antics The congressman who brought a joint to a hearing long before legalizing marijuana became mainstream, Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., is holding his final House Oversight subcommittee hearing before August recess on what else? Being stoned. On Thursday, Mica — who is against legalization — will chair a hearing titled: “Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Operating While Stoned.”(Kids, do not smoke and fly.) (T WP) The trip would make him a criminal, because although recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado this year, it most assuredly is not on the other side of the state line. The same policy decisions that liberated pot smokers in Colorado are ﬁlling tiny rural jails in Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming. “Every time we stop somebody, that’s taking up my deputy’s time with your Colorado pot,” said Scotts Bluff County, Neb., Sheriff Mark Overman. “We have to pay overtime, pay the prosecutor, pay to incarcerate them, pay for their defense if they’re indigent. Colorado’s taxing it, but everybody else is paying the price.” In Chappell, Neb., 13 miles from the marijuana store Ray bought from in Sedgwick, Sheriff Adam Hayward has blown through his overtime budget and increased his jail spending threefold in three years — almost entirely because of increased marijuana arrests. In the ﬁrst four months of this first year of recreational marijuana sales, Colorado collected $11 million in taxes, and $7 million more from sales of medical pot. The money goes to build schools and help localities. But not a penny made it to Deuel County, because Deuel is just north of the state line, in Nebraska. It’s close enough that Cori Koehler’s kids could ride their bikes over to Sedgwick’s pot shop. “Really, any kid that wants it could almost walk there,” she said. Koehler, 34, owns a hair salon on the main street in Chappell, Deuel County’s seat. “I watch ‘Intervention’ and all those drug shows on TV, and it’s interesting, but I don’t want that coming here,” Koehler said. Her children are still little, “but we play Pee Wee ball over there in Sedgwick, and they’re going to see weed or hear about it, and then they’re going to ask what that is and they’ll be curious. Why do I need to have to get into that?” Joel Jay, t he only defense lawyer in Deuel County, has found that many people who bring marijuana back into Nebraska are buying it mainly because it’s available. “They don’t think of themselves as committing a crime,” he said. “Obviously they know it’s illegal here, because otherwise why did you go to Colorado? But after a few days there, you sort of lose perspective. It’s right next to the doughnut shop, and you start thinking, ‘This can’t be too bad.’ ” MARC FISHER (THE WASHINGTON POST ) SHOCKER Dating Website Lies OkCupid has been performing psychological experiments on its users. OkCupid co-founder Christian Rudder said the dating website has done things like telling some users they were an excellent match when in fact they were only a 30 percent match according to the company’s systems. (THE WASHINGTON POST ) Hearsay “Pandas ... don’t know how to mate. The only way they learn how is to watch other pandas mate. 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(ap) In a victory for airlines and their workers’ unions, the House rejected consumers’ complaints and passed legislation Monday letting airline advertising emphasize the base price of tickets, before taxes and fees are added. So far there is no companion bill in the Democratic-run Senate. (ap) Plymouth, calif. NYC Suspect Dead After A Shootout With Police A fugitive task force and a sex-assault suspect got into a shootout Monday in Greenwich Village, leaving the suspect dead and two federal marshals and a police detective wounded, authorities said. The wounded officers were in stable condition, Police Commissioner William Bratton and Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters in an unrelated news conference. (ap) New York Report: Surveillance Hampers Journalists Revelations over the past few years about how U.S. security officials have the ability to track people through phone and email are making it harder for journalists to report on what the government is doing, two human rights groups say. (ap) Fire officials say a private drone trying to record footage of a Northern California wildfire nearly hindered their air assault. State fire spokeswoman Lynne Tolmachoff says the drone was sighted above the fire burning in the Sierra Nevada foothills east of Sacramento on Sunday, two days after the fire broke out. (ap) Residents in Revere, mass., assess the damage to their properties Monday after a storm system that wreaked havoc across the eastern half of the U.S. spawned a tornado just north of Boston that morning, causing extensive damage. Roofs were ripped off buildings and dozens of large trees were uprooted. 82% The increase in pickup truck sales from 2009 to 2013 (1.1 million to 2 million). Buying a pickup is con- sidered affirmation that times are good — or at least improving — because few buyers really need a hulking truck. When would-be truck owners downshift into cheaper cars, it’s a bad sign for the economy. (the washington post ) Geo-Paw-Litics: Cat States vs. Dog States It’s been said there are only two types of people in the world: cat people and dog people. It turns out there are cat states and dog states, too. In the U.S., cats outnumber dogs in the Northeast and Upper Midwest while dogs are the favorite in the South and Southwest. (The Washington Post ) CAT STATES More than 1.25 times as many cats 1 to 1.25 times as many cats DOG STATES 1 to 1.25 times as many dogs More than 1.25 times as many dogs No Data Maryland 1.7 million cats 0.9 million dogs D.C. Sixth highest ratio of cats to dogs in the nation 63,000 cats 42,000 dogs Virginia 1.9 million cats 1.7 million dogs Top Five Cat-Loving States STATE RATIO, CATS TO DOGS Top Five Dog-Loving States STATE RATIO, DOGS TO CATS 1. Massachusetts 2. Maryland 3. Maine 4. Vermont 5. Connecticut 1.87 1.83 1.66 1.65 1.57 1. Arkansas 2. New Mexico 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma 5. Louisiana 1.35 1.32 1.29 1.27 1.27 THE WASHINGTON POST SOURCE: AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Elise Amendola (AP) Private Drone Threatens Firefighting in California T U E S D AY | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | E X P R E S S | 5 World ‘What Is Coming Will Be Worse’ Israel warns of a prolonged conflict as casualties pile up Gaza City, Gaza Strip Israel’s prime minister warned Monday that the country faced a prolonged campaign against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, as the military urged residents in parts of the embattled territory to evacuate ahead of what appeared to be a broadening of the three-week war. “What is coming will be worse,” the Israeli military said in phone messages targeting Gaza militants. Israeli leaders have been mulling whether to expand the assault against Hamas in Gaza, or respond to international calls for a truce. The international community so far has been unable to bring about a cease-ﬁre to the ﬁghting, which has already killed at least 1,050 Palestinians and 52 Israeli soldiers. But with attacks mounting from both sides Monday, a ceaseﬁre appeared elusive. “We need to be ready for a pro- In Brief More Children Killed A strike on a Gaza park killed 10 people Monday, nine of them children, as Israeli and Palestinian authorities traded blame over the attack. The Gaza park attack happened as children played on a swing in the Shati refugee camp on the edge of Gaza City, said Ayman Sahabani, head of the emergency room at nearby Shifa Hospital. Sahabani said the nine children killed at the park were under the age of 12. (AP) WASHINGTON U.S., EU to Ramp Up New Sanctions on Russia The United States and European Union plan to impose new sanctions against Russia this week, including penalties targeting key sectors of the Russian economy, the White House said Monday. The show of Western solidarity comes as the U.S. accuses Russia of ramping up its troop presence on its border with Ukraine and shipping more heavy weaponry to separatists in eastern Ukrainian cities. (AP) CAIRO LEFTERIS PITARAKIS (AP) Palestinians gather around the site of a blast that killed 10 people Monday. U.S. Upset With Israeli Criticism The Obama administration pushed back strongly Monday at Israeli criticism over Secretary of State John Kerry’s latest bid to secure a cease-fire with Hamas, accusing some in Israel of launching a “misinformation campaign” against the top American diplomat. “It’s simply not the way partners and allies treat each other,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said. Israeli media reports have cast Kerry as seeking a cease-fire that is more favorable to Hamas and being dismissive of key Israeli concerns. National Security Adviser Susan Rice said the U.S. was “dismayed” by mischaracterizations of Kerry’s efforts. (AP) longed campaign,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. “We will continue to act aggressively and responsibly until the mission is completed to protect our citizens, soldiers and children.” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri struck a defiant tone in response to Netanyahu’s warnings. “His threats do not scare Hamas or the Palestinian people and the occupation will pay the price for the massacres against civilians and children,” he said. K A R IN L AUB A ND TIA GOLDENBERG (AP) Oil Depot Ablaze Amid Clashes in Libyan Capital A fire at the oil depot for the airport in Libya’s capital of Tripoli raged out of control Monday after being struck in the crossfire of warring militias battling for control of the airfield, the latest violence to plague the country as foreigners flee the chaos. (AP) BEIRUT Syrian Civil War Going Through a Deadly Period More than 2,000 Syrians — almost half of them pro-government forces — have been killed in just over two weeks of fighting in Syria, marking one of the worst death tolls in the country’s three-year civil war, opposition activists said Monday. (AP) The amount an international court on Monday ordered Russia to pay in compensation to the former majority shareholder of now-defunct oil producer Yukos over the expropriation of the company more than 10 years ago. The Russian government under President Vladimir Putin in 2003 leveled massive tax claims against Yukos, then Russia’s largest oil company owned by the country’s richest man Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who was later jailed. (AP) $50B SCAN CODE AND SAVETOYOUR SMARTPHONE REDEEM AT FESTIVAL FOR PRIZE* GET FRESH FESTIVAL JOIN US FOR A DAY FILLED WITH ACTIVITIES Market Grill Chef Competition Line Dancing Baby Fruit & Veggie Costume Contest And much more! 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After discovering it may have been serving expired meat at as many as a quarter of its restaurants, McDonald’s did not reveal how many restaurants went burgerless Monday. But it acknowledged that many had limited menus in northern and central China. With little else to offer, according to accounts in Beijing, branches were running low on Filet-o-ﬁshes, Backstory The scandal began when Shanghai Husi Food Co. was exposed by local media to be selling expired meat. Since the company is a major supplier of chicken and beef, the scandal had far-reaching impact on almost all major foreign fast-food chains in China, including KFC, Pizza Hut and Starbucks. The Shanghai Food and Drug Administration confirmed last week that it found the company had relabeled and sold expired meat. The agency ordered purchasers to stop using all of its products. 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But there was little genuine complaint as the ﬁve new stations in the $2.9-billion, 11.7-mile extension embraced the morning rush hour. “There was no stopping, no delays, no delays at all,” said Stephanie Fugate, 38, a federal worker who rode from the Silver Line’s outer-most new station — Wiehle-Reston East — to L’Enfant Plaza. The project “seemed like it took so long,” There was one big problem Monday, and it had nothing to do with train breakdowns. The Fairfax Connector redirected buses from the Orange Line to the five new Silver Line stations. The county undertook a massive education campaign to inform riders, but come Monday morning, there were still plenty of people who hadn’t gotten the message and learned the hard way that their bus routes had changed. (T WP) CHARLES DEL VECCHIO (THE WASHINGTON POST) Retro Metro Silver Line weathers its first work day without major issues Missed the Bus she said. “I’m glad it’s ﬁnally here.” Metro reported that by 10 a.m., 9,715 trips had been taken to or from the new Silver Line stations. Authorities anticipate that will grow to about 50,000 daily trips on weekdays within a year. For the morning rush, the line’s Wiehle-Reston East station was the 12th busiest station in the system. Finding parking near the stations didn’t seem to be a problem Monday morning. There’s a 2,300-space garage at Wiehle-Reston East. But there is no Metro parking at the four new stations in Tysons — McLean, Tysons Corner, Greensboro and Spring Hill. Just past sunrise about a half dozen cars were parked in a private lot near the McLean station. By 8:30 a.m., the bike racks at the station were full. Chuck Ramey left his car parked at home on a work day for the ﬁrst time Monday, swapping his sometimes two-hour drive to Ballston for a hoped-for 50-minute ride on the Silver Line. That is, if the train and two shuttle buses were all on time. “I told people at work, ‘We’ll see how the adventure goes,’ ” Ramey said. “I think some of them were jealous.” (THE WASHINGTON POST ) IN HONOR OF THE SILVER LINE’S OPENING, The Washington Post put up a gallery of images of Metro through the years. To see the full gallery, go to: wapo.st/1rYTMO5 GERALD MARTINEAU (THE WASHINGTON POST) Above, a mock-up of a Metro car sits on the South Lawn of the White House so President Lyndon B. Johnson can make a visit on Sept. 12, 1968. Left, Metrobus operators Clea Williamson, far left, Lilie McClary and Gary Collins show off their new uniforms on July 12, 1973. Help wanted can be found here. 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By a 2 to 1 vote, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond said that the fundamental right to marry is guaranteed under the Constitution regardless of sexual orientation. “We recognize that same-sex marriage makes some people deeply uncomfortable,” said Circuit Judge Henry Floyd. “However, inertia and apprehension are not legitimate bases for denying same-sex couples due process and equal protection of the laws.” Floyd was joined by Circuit Judge Roger Gregory. Their colleague Paul Niemeyer dissented and called the ruling “fundamentally ﬂawed.” The ruling won’t take effect for 21 days to allow for a request for a rehearing or a stay. The case is unusual because state Attorney General Mark Herring announced shortly after taking ofﬁce this year that he agreed with the challengers that the state’s restrictions are unconstitutional. The laws are being defended by Norfolk circuit clerk George Schaefer, who denied a marriage license to two of the challengers, and Prince William circuit clerk Michele McQuigg. The ruling makes the 4th Circuit the second appeals court to decide that state bans are unconstitutional following the Supreme Court ruling in favor of gay rights groups in June 2013. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in Denver has struck down bans in Utah and Oklahoma. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe applauded the court’s ruling. “This is a historic ruling for our Commonwealth, and its effect will afﬁrm once again that Virginia is a state that is open and welcoming to all,” he said in a statement. Ripple Effects North Carolina’s attorney general says prosecutors will drop their opposition to challenges to the state’s same-sex marriage ban in the wake of Monday’s ruling in Virginia. Attorney General Roy Cooper said Monday that the ruling means North Carolina’s constitutional ban on gay marriage likely will be overturned. He says it’s time for attorneys representing the state to “stop making arguments we will lose.” (AP) Other same-sex marriage proponents noted that the 4th Circuit is simply the latest court to join a critical mass of states to clear bar- riers to marriage equality. “The 4th Circuit has afﬁrmed that equality is not just a California value, or a New York value – it’s a fundamental American value,” said Chad Grifﬁn, president of the Human Rights Campaign. Gay marriage opponents noted that 57 percent of Virginia voters supported a 2006 amendment deﬁning marriage as between a man and a woman. “It’s sad that the judges have chosen to disenfranchise the 1.3 million Virginians who legally voted to amend our constitution,” said Victoria Cobb, president of The Family Foundation of Virginia. ROBERT BARNES AND JENNA PORTNOY (THE WASHINGTON POST ) What Does the Gun Ruling Mean? District officials on Monday afternoon sought to temporarily halt a federal judge’s ruling that struck down the city’s ban on carrying handguns in public. City lawyers filed their request even as police were working to understand the implications of the opinion that allows District residents, and in many cases those from other states, to begin carrying legally registered handguns on the streets. While the city gears up to fight the ruling, D.C. police now say that they will not arrest people carrying registered handguns on the streets. Before you walk out your front door with your gun in your hand — or you start keeping a wary eye out for guns in your neighborhood — here’s what you need to know. JULIE Z AUZMER (THE WASHINGTON POST ) What was the law that was overturned by this decision? The law forbade carrying handguns in public places. A little bit of history: All the way from 1976, shortly after the District gained home rule, until 2008, handguns were banned entirely in the District. Then in a case called District of Columbia v. Heller, the Supreme Court ruled that individuals had a right to own handguns. The District came up with a new law that said people could own the guns, but not carry them in public. Now a federal judge has ruled that the ban on carrying handguns is also unconstitutional. DREAM Team I’m a D.C. resident. Can I carry a gun in public now? If you own a registered gun, you can carry it. But that’s not as likely as in most states because existing D.C. laws makes it hard for residents to obtain gun ownership licenses. Police officials said that since 2008, there have been 3,078 handguns registered in D.C. What can the city do now? D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has asked non-residents not to bring guns to the city, but right now, there isn’t much he can do about it. The mayor and several D.C. Council members have made it clear that they find the ruling worrisome, and they intend to do what they can to keep guns off the streets. That may mean writing new legislation. But for now, the focus is on the courts. The city attorney general’s office has asked the judge who decided the case to stay his ruling, so that the city’s gun laws would remain intact until a possible appeal is considered. Are there places in the city where handguns are still banned? Yes. Guns remain forbidden on District government property, including schools, parks, recreation centers and office buildings. At the John A. Wilson Building, the District’s city hall, security guards on Monday continued to screen visitors with X-ray machines and metal detectors. Federal law prohibits firearms on the grounds of the Capitol. And private property owners, according to city law, may still ban guns from their property. ALEX WONG (GETTY IMAGES) “UNITED WE DREAM” ACTIVISTS participate in a rally in front of the White House on Monday. They urged President Barack Obama not to deport the parents of DREAMers, children who were brought illegally to the U.S. and are eligible for the Obama administration’s “Dream Act” initiative. Hearsay How about if I live in another state where it is legal to carry? Yes, you can now carry a gun in D.C. In a memo to all officers, the D.C. police department announced that it would not arrest people who are following the laws of their own state. “There’s not a lot of people I can relate to. There’s not a lot of people who come from backgrounds like mine.” — JOHNATHON CA RRINGTON, WHO GRADUATED LAST YEAR AS THE VALEDICTORIAN OF D.C.’S DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL, ON THE CHALLENGES HE FACED IN THE TRANSITION FROM NORTH CAPITOL STREET TO HIS FRESHMAN YEAR ACROSS TOWN AT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY. FOR THE FULL STORY, GO TO WASHINGTONPOST.COM T U E S D AY | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | E X P R E S S | 9 Cover Story Trial and Tribulation McDonnells’ marriage, character to go under the microscope Richmond The star witness is a flashy dietary supplement executive who boasted of a friendship with Lindsay Lohan. A manicurist, a party planner and former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli also could take the stand. In their much-anticipated federal corruption trial that began Monday, former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, will seek to restore their honor. But over the course of the trial, expected to last five weeks, the McDonnells also will submit to a potentially humiliating spectacle that will showcase their frayed marriage and personal relationships. “It’s going to be ugly,” said Douglas Wilder, another former governor. “The more you read, the more sleaze develops.” McDonnell, 60, a Republican who until January held the same ofﬁce once occupied by Thomas Jefferson, is the ﬁrst Virginia governor to be charged with a crime. Together, he and his wife are ﬁghting 14 criminal charges of public corruption and lying on ﬁnancial documents. Prosecutors have charged that in exchange for private plane rides, expensive apparel and $120,000 in loans, the couple helped promote Jonnie Williams Sr.’s dietary supplement company. Prosecutors will allege that McDonnell, a popular politician who had served 22 years in public life, led 4 Things to Watch In the Courtroom 1 What’s Jonnie Williams’ story? He is the prosecution’s star witness, but Williams has never spoken publicly about the case. Friends say Williams is brash, boastful and charming, but is he believable? For a conviction, prosecutors will need to show that he and Bob McDonnell entered into a quid pro quo agreement. 2 Can prosecutors persuade jurors this was more than politics as usual? To get elected, politicians DANA VERKOUTEREN (AP) have to ask people for money. It may be icky, but it happens all the time. To win a conviction, prosecutors will have to persuade jurors that what happened between McDonnell and Williams went beyond standard political glad-handing. Monday’s Developments: The long-awaited public corruption trial kicked off with lawyers for both sides trying to pick the 12 Virginians they believe are best suited to decide the governor’s fate. In the five weeks of proceedings expected to follow, there might not be a more important moment, experts say. (T WP) a double life. They will say that even as he held a reputation as a squeaky clean and earnest public servant, he was secretly plotting with his wife to exchange state favors with Williams. McDonnell’s attorneys will counter that he never promised to help Williams’ company and that the garish executive is now lying about dealings with the governor. Even touchier, court ﬁlings show that McDonnell’s attorneys are preparing to argue that the governor was essentially a victim of his wife, who they will say at times accepted gifts without her husband knowing. The case will come down to whether prosecutors can convince jurors that the McDonnells actually lent Williams the power of the governor’s ofﬁce as part of a corrupt bargain. McDonnell’s supporters had once hoped he might be spending this time preparing for a presidential run in 2016. Instead, friends say the McDonnells’ lives have largely been on hold since they were indicted 10 days after he left ofﬁce. Even their ﬁnal days in ofﬁce were marred by the kind of contrasts that the federal case has revealed. McDonnell was consumed with completing his budget, highlighting his administration’s accomplishments and girding for the indictment. Maureen McDonnell was pressing to enjoy the ﬁnal perks of ofﬁce. According to several state employees, she pushed to stay at the Executive Mansion as long as possible, even asking for access to the home after her husband ceded ofﬁce on Jan. 11. She reasoned that he was elected to a four-year term and hadn’t taken ofﬁce until Jan. 16, 2010. ROSALIND S. HELDERMAN AND MATT ZAPOTOSKY (THE WASHINGTON POST) What was Maureen McDonnell up to, and how much did Bob know? One core of McDonnell’s defense has been clear: He’ll say this whole thing was his wife’s fault. His lawyers have repeatedly noted that many of the most potentially damning accusations are leveled at the former first lady rather than her husband. 3 The indictment includes hints of a possible motive: They were struggling with cash. According to the indictment, Maureen McDonnell emailed one of her husband’s staffers to complain that they had an “unconscionable amount in credit card debt.” But McDonnell’s lawyers have said the couple’s finances were “fundamentally sound.” (TWP) 4 Were the McDonnells financially strapped? The Key Players Jonnie Williams Sr. A salesman whose business ventures have often been surrounded by controversy, Williams’ relationships with the McDonnells — and his credibility on the stand — will likely define the trial. Mary Shea Sutherland Maureen McDonnell’s former chief of staff, Sutherland has drawn special attention from defense attorneys, who claim she was helping Williams as she pursued her own interest in getting a new job. Todd Schneider The former governor’s mansion chef was fired amid an investigation of alleged improprieties in the kitchen. He provided information that helped fuel the case. However, he might not testify at the trial. James Spencer This will be the senior U.S. district judge’s biggest case in his 28 years on the bench. He has mostly ruled against the McDonnells on pretrial matters, notably rejecting their request for separate trials. 10 | E X P R E S S | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | T U E S D AY Save yourself from a world of â€œmeh.â€? From July 21 through August 1, go to readexpress.com and nominate your favorite local businesses in dozens of categories. nominate your favorites today readexpress.com XX0988-03 5x10.5 Nominate To advertise: 202-334-6732 or email@example.com T U E S D AY | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | E X P R E S S | 11 Sports FREDERIC J. BROWN (AFP/GETTY IMAGES) Tough Camps Are Hit-or-Miss Full pads, live tackling and a little after-the-whistle shoving — training camp truly began Monday for the Redskins. Coach Jay Gruden’s first padded practice was more intense than most practices since the 2011 collective bargaining agreement. It was Sam Huff football, showing who’s the By Rick Snider tougher man. Live tackling drills — for perhaps the only time during the three-week camp — brought plenty of hoots and hollers from nearby players. Linemen and defensive backs took on running backs in a scaleddown version of the Oklahoma Drill — which hasn’t been seen since Marty Schottenheimer’s 2001 camp opener. Rookie safety Ross Madison’s helmet came clean off during a tackle. When a back eluded the defender, the offense celebrated like they scored a touchdown. Was Gruden trying to toughen up players and show his edge as a ﬁrst-year boss? More likely, he just wanted to gauge the team’s tackling — which wasn’t very good last year. There’s no tackling during offseason camps, so Gruden needed to test his defense. “All around, it was pretty satisfying,” he said. “Physicality upfront is where it needs to be.” Overall, Gruden’s training camp is typical of camps since Garcon Leaves Early Wide receiver Pierre Garcon left practice early on Monday because of a sore right hamstring, but neither he, nor coach Jay Gruden, seemed overly concerned. “He’ll be OK,” Gruden said following Monday’s morning practice session. Gruden gave all of the players the afternoon off. They have today off before returning to action on Wednesday. (THE WASHINGTON POST ) Shelly Sterling meets with the media outside the courthouse in Los Angeles. Redskins safety Ross Madison looses his helmet Monday as he tackles receiver Cody Hoffman during their first practice in full pads in Richmond. Live tackling drills — for perhaps the only time during the three-week camp — brought plenty of hoots and hollers from nearby players. the 2011 CBA deal — which limits practice to three hours a day with one hour of walkthroughs. No more “Junction Boys” of Bear Bryant’s 1954 famed camp. Under Gruden, it’s more teaching and conditioning. It doesn’t really matter. The toughest training camp in recent years was Schottenheimer’s — full pads twice a day, every single day of camp — and the Redskins went on to open the 2001 season 0-5. So much for being ready. Then there was Jim Zorn’s “Club Med” approach in 2008. Players stood in the shade of “Z-screens” the coach created. The Redskins opened 6-2. The rest of his two-year tenure they went 6-18. Guess they needed more shade. Joe Gibbs ran tough camps. So did Richie Petitbon and Norv Turner (though camp before Turner’s lame-duck 2000 season was pretty easy, with some players even slipping away from the team hotel to sleep at home). Conversely, camps under Steve Spurrier and Zorn were easy for players. Mike Shanahan’s four seasons showed the pointlessness of comparing camps. He spent more time teaching than beating up players. Washington went 10-6 in 2012 with the same kind of camp that produced three double-digitloss seasons. Good players make good camps. Otherwise, it’s all the same. Rick Snider has covered Washington sports since 1978. Follow him on Twitter @Snide_Remarks Judge OKs $2B Sale Of Clippers NBA A judge ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling on Monday in his attempt to block the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. In the ruling, Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas sided with Sterling’s estranged wife Shelly Sterling, who burst into tears when the ruling was announced. “I can’t believe it’s over. I feel good,” she said. Shelly Sterling negotiated the sale of the team after the 80-yearold billionaire was banned by the NBA for making offensive remarks about blacks. She sought approval from a probate judge for the deal she struck after removing her husband from the trust that owned the team when doctors found he had signs of Alzheimer’s disease and couldn’t manage his affairs. Donald Sterling claimed his wife deceived him about the medical exams. He later revoked the trust after she negotiated the record-setting sales price and his lawyers argued that the move killed the deal. The ruling in Los Angeles County Superior Court is unlikely to put an end to the bizarre saga. BRIAN MELLEY (AP) Clark’s Bold Statement : Redskins safety Ryan Clark, left, played in Pittsburgh with perennial Pro Bowler Troy Polamalu and cornerbacks Ike Taylor and William Gay. Still, Clark told NFL Network last week that this is the most talented secondary he has ever played with. “I told the guys, obviously Troy’s a freak,” he said. “But as far as all the pieces we have in the secondary, it’s the most talented secondary I’ve been around.” (THE WASHINGTON POST ) ALEX BRANDON (AP) 12 | E X P R E S S | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | T U E S D AY Sports MLB TRADE DEADLINE PRIMER AL East Orioles Needs: Starting pitching, catcher It’s not just that the Orioles’ rotation has the 19th-best ERA in baseball, but they don’t have a take-charge guy. Potential solutions: Jorge De La Rosa, A.J. Burnett, Kurt Suzuki NL Central Brewers Needs: Fifth starter? Bullpen help? The Brewers are the only NL Central contender who didn’t make the postseason last year. Yet their lineup, rotation and bullpen seem set. Potential solutions: Stand pat Yankees Needs: Starting pitching With four-fifths of the opening day rotation down with injuries, the Yankees would appear to be prime candidates to add a starter. Potential solutions: Cliff Lee, Ian Kennedy, Bartolo Colon, John Danks Which of the 17 serious contenders for postseason berths (and we’re not even counting teams such as recently hot Tampa Bay) is without one weakness — or more? The clock is ticking before Thursday’s nonwaiver trade deadline. Let’s try to match needs with possible solutions. BARRY SVRLUGA (THE WASHINGTON POST ) JUSTIN EDMONDS (GETTY IMAGES) Let’s Make A Deal Wayne Rooney, right, scored twice in Manchester United’s win over Roma. Cardinals Needs: Catching, starting pitching St. Louis picked up veteran catcher A.J. Pierzynski to deal with Yadier Molina being out. Right-hander Michael Wacha is out indefinitely, and lefty Jaime Garcia is out for the season. Potential solutions: Price, Pierzynski, Suzuki Fan Guide For Match At FedEx Soccer Two of the world’s most prestigious clubs face off tonight at FedEx Field when Manchester United takes on Inter Milan. Kickoff: 7 p.m. TV: NBCSN, ESPN Deportes Parking: $40 on-site, $35 in advance Parking lots open: 4:30 p.m. Stadium gates open: 5:30 p.m. Touring the U.S.: Manchester United visited the Rose Bowl on Wednesday and destroyed MLS’s Los Angeles Galaxy 7-0 in front of 84,362. For the second stop, Saturday afternoon in Denver against Roma, United won 3-2. After Washington, United will face Real Madrid on Saturday before more than 100,000 spectators at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. United’s history in D.C.: The last time the Red Devils played in the Washington area was on a Saturday night in July 2011, a rematch of that year’s Champions League final with Barcelona. A crowd of more than 81,000 at FedEx Field saw United claim a 2-1 victory on Michael Owen’s go-ahead goal in the 76th minute. STEVEN GOFF (THE WASHINGTON POST) Blue Jays Needs: Reliever, infield bat GETTY IMAGES PHOTOS Pirates Needs: Starting pitcher, reliever Gerrit Cole is on his way back, but they could use some help in the rotation. Their rotation’s ERA is the worst among the NL Central contenders. Potential solutions: Burnett, Qualls, Bastardo, Benoit The Blue Jays bullpen ERA is the fourth-worst in the majors. Potential solutions: Chad Qualls, Jonathan Papelbon, Adrian Beltre, Martin Prado, Aaron Hill AL Central Tigers Needs: Reliever The Tigers already landed Texas closer Joakim Soria, but more help wouldn’t hurt for a bullpen whose ERA is the fifth-worst in baseball. Potential solutions: Qualls, Joaquin Benoit, Antonio Bastardo, Andrew Miller AL West A’s Needs: None The Athletics have scored the most runs in baseball and have the secondbest ERA in the AL. Plus they already made the blockbuster for Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel NL East Nationals Needs: Infielder? This only comes up because of Ryan Zimmerman’s hamstring injury, but the Nationals — with the best run differential in the NL — don’t really need much. Anthony Rendon moves to third and Danny Espinosa returns to second. A lefty specialist in the pen, maybe? Potential solutions: Stand pat Reds Needs: Right-handed hitter, infielder The Reds are clinging to postseason hopes, trying to make a push without injured second baseman Brandon Phillips and first baseman Joey Votto. Potential solutions: Marlon Byrd, Hill Angels Needs: Starting pitching Really, this is a stretch. The Angels already addressed their primary need in the bullpen by trading for Jason Grilli and then Huston Street. Potential solutions: Stand pat Indians Needs: Starting pitching The need is obvious: Only the Twins and Rangers have a rotation with a worse ERA in the AL. Potential solutions: Colon, De La Rosa NL West Dodgers Needs: Starter, reliever With Dan Haren and Josh Beckett struggling, there might be room in their star-studded rotation. Potential solutions: Anybody Braves Needs: Starting pitching, left-handed reliever Yes, the lineup — and its 26th-in-baseball OPS — has holes. But they’re not likely to make B.J. Upton magically go away, and the rotation still appears in shambles. When Gavin Floyd goes on the disabled list, and that’s a downgrade, you have problems. Potential solutions: Price, Craig Breslow, Miller Royals Needs: Right-handed-hitting outfielder The Royals’ OPS against left-handed pitching ranks 13th of 15 AL teams and their right fielders have an anemic .356 slugging percentage. Potential solutions: Marlon Byrd, Alex Rios Mariners Needs: Right-handed hitter, starter They have gotten by largely behind Felix Hernandez and a best-in-baseball bullpen, but they’re flirting with being the lowest-scoring team in the AL. Potential solutions: Byrd, Drew Stubbs, David Price Giants Needs: Starter, reliever The Giants appeared to have made their move by landing Boston righthander Jake Peavy on Saturday. Potential solutions: Peavy *STATS ENTERING MONDAY’S GAMES 291 Games Nemanja Vidic played with Manchester United, scoring 20 goals in eight seasons. The defender joined Inter Milan this summer. 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Levine’s “Get Up!” ($17, Palgrave) in one sitting. That’s because the 240-pager — a breezy read stuffed with intriguing anecdotes from the physician’s decades of research — lays out why chairs are so deadly. Even if you’re not ready to start using Levine’s most famous invention (the treadmill desk), his amusing quizzes and checklists are sure to get you moving. One tip: Walk a little after every meal! See your weekly Gold’s Gym Trainer Tip on the next page. Am I Becoming A Couch Potato? I have been in therapy for some anxiety issues for several years now. Whenever I talk to people about my experience, they think it’s excessive that I’ve been in therapy so long. I do feel like I am still helped by it. But I also wonder if I’ve come to rely on it more than is good for me. Is it that strange to be in therapy that long? LONG-TERM CLIENT, DC Saddle Up Like a Celeb Soon, Washingtonians can work up a sweat riding at SoulCycle, a boutique bike studio When SoulCycle started in Manhattan in 2006, owners Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice were thrilled that students showed up at all for their boutique biking classes. “We loved everyone who walked through the door so hard,” says Cutler, who hoped people would understand their vision of coaching plus cardio to a killer soundtrack in a candlelit room. They did. The classes — and SoulCycle’s growing roster of studio locations — developed a cultlike following loaded with high-proﬁle fans. Lady Gaga and Lena Dunham Ahead of the Class Show up ready to work in a tee or tank and form-fitting bottoms. Bring bike shoes, or rent a pair for $3. (Shoes are included in the $20 class deal for first-timers, which is available by booking by phone or at the studio, not online at soul-cycle .com.) You’ll want water — fill up from the filtered fountains or buy a bottle ($2-$3). Towels are included. SoulCycle recommends arriving 15 minutes before your first class to check-in and fill out a waiver. If you’re not signed in four minutes before class begins, your bike may be released to the waitlist. There are keypad-controlled lockers, and showers to get you cleaned up (three for women and two for men). celebrated their respective 26th birthdays with SoulCycle parties. Oprah Winfrey threw a similar bash for her 60th in January. And Bradley Cooper has been known to rip off his shirt mid-class. SoulCycle even racked up political cred: Bill Clinton held a cycling fundraiser for his wife Hillary’s presidential campaign in 2007, and both Chelsea Clinton and Jenna Bush became regular riders. D.C. devotees have begged SoulCycle to bring a studio here for years, Cutler says. That wait ends Aug. 5, when the doors open at 2301 M St. NW, a spot selected because it’s between Georgetown and downtown. (You can already start booking classes.) Another studio is slated to open on Bethesda’s Elm Street by the end of the year. “We’ll have more after that,” Cutler promises. “Our motto is, ‘We SOULCYCLE SoulCycle studios are known for the inspiring words posted on their walls and the celebrities on their bikes. bring soul to the people.’ ” As SoulCyle has expanded over the years, the brand has learned how to re-create its magic wherever it goes. One key trick, Cutler says, is bringing along veteran staffers who understand the culture. “In the new markets, we’ve found it helps to seed a little bit of New York with what’s going on locally,” Cutler says. There isn’t one particular instructor she predicts will be the standout of the group coming to town. “Asking, ‘Who’s your favorite teacher?’ is like, ‘Who’s your favorite child?’ D.C. is going to go crazy. They’re all rock stars,” she adds. What does she look for in a SoulCycle instructor? They have to have good energy, and be someone you’d want to hang out with for 45 minutes, Cutler says. They also have to make it through a proprietary 12-week training program. They’re not taught a script — “instructors are given a platform to speak authentically,” Cutler says. But they are trained in how to lead a class on a journey in the dark. The cyclists must shift resistance and pedal speed to climb over hills, survive sprints and achieve their goals. “Some people call it dancing on the bike. Everybody is moving together,” Cutler says. And when it’s over, and you know you’ve taken yourself to your limit, you feel absolutely euphoric, she adds. Maybe that’ll make the $30-perclass price easier to swallow. And Bradley Cooper could sit next to you. VICK Y HALLET T (E XPRESS) The Hits Keep on Coming My boyfriend is gaining a high profile because of his blog. I admire his work, but I think he’s starting to take himself too seriously. I also think this is making him belittle my work in small ways. We both write in our day jobs, and we used to offer each other advice and feedback. But I don’t think I want his anymore because it’s edged with a tone of superiority. ANNOYED GIRLFRIEND The tricky thing here is separating two issues: his changed tone toward your work, and your belief in the value of his. You understand this difference, but he may hear, “You don’t seem to respect my work as much” as a general criticism of his own work. He might get defensive and assume you’re oversensitive or jealous, or he might feel hurt if he thinks you don’t value his success. Of course, maybe he’ll be aghast to hear how you feel, and will try to make it right. There’s only one way to ﬁnd out. Try this: “I couldn’t be happier for your success, and I really admire your burrito blog. But I’ve been feeling a little hurt in how you’ve responded to some of my work lately; I miss the easier rapport we had with our writing.” Well, “anxiety issues” could mean anything from a fear of mayonnaise to a history of intimacy problems due to past abuse. When you say you’re still helped, do you mean just that it feels good to go each week, or that you actually see progress? I would never condemn extended therapy — I have seen some clients for years. But I know that for certain people, seeing someone longer than a few months can mean coasting into a weekly occurrence of shooting the breeze. Cognitivebehavioral therapy, which helps anxiety best, takes a fairly structured and quantiﬁable approach to coping. Plenty of practitioners practice a mix of CBT and other techniques, but goals should always be in mind. The best way to get clarity on this issue? (Sorry, I can’t help it!) Bring it up in therapy. Send your questions for Baggage Check to Dr. Andrea Bonior at baggage@wpost .com. Andrea is a local clinical psychologist and author of the book “The Friendship Fix” (friendshipfix.com). BEN CLAASSEN III By Dr. Andrea Bonior 55 Number of bikes in the new D.C. studio. They were designed exclusively for SoulCycle — with dual binding pedals, a split seat (for rear end comfort) and weight holders (for the dumbbells lifted during class). 30 Total number of SoulCycle studios, once the D.C. location opens. The chain began in Manhattan in 2006, and has since expanded throughout the New York area and established a major presence on the West Coast. $3,500 Price of a Super Soul package of 50 classes. That’s $70 a pop, but people willing to pony up that much cash can reserve classes in advance and get priority on waitlists. Better act fast though — it expires in 12 months. Event Horizon Tire Pressure Inter Milan is in town not just for tonight’s game against Manchester United at FedEx Field, but also to conquer the Pirelli Power Challenge. It’s free to watch the soccer team navigate the obstacle course — featuring Pirelli tires — at The Yards (301 Water St. SE) on Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. Kids can complete a mini version of the course, and there will also be a soccer simulator for active folks of all ages. ARENA STAGE 2014/15 SEASON 16 | E X P R E S S | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | T U E S D AY NOW ON SALE! TICKETS START AT $45 IF YOU STRUGGLE WITH ALCOHOLISM... Consider participating in a research study of Deep Brain Stimulation surgery for alcoholism, at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. The purpose of the study is to ﬁnd out if brain stimulation is safe and can decrease drinking in people with alcoholism. 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So the Nashville, Tenn., resident got teacher training and developed Curvy Yoga (curvyyoga.com). Since 2010, Guest-Jelley has certified 158 instructors worldwide — including one in D.C. and two in Alexandria — in her hatha-based body-positive yoga for people of all shapes and sizes. She’ll teach a class in D.C. next week. What makes Curvy Yoga unique? One, we have pose options for bigger-bodied people, so ways to make your belly feel more comfortable, for example. The other is in the way that I sequence the class, from the most supported version of the pose to the least supported so that everyone has a way to do a pose. What’s a typical pose option? A standing forward bend is a great example. 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There is that idea that you have to be thin or fit or f lexible to come to yoga. In my estimation, there’s always a way someone can do a pose. It may not look like someone else’s pose, but they can find a way, whether it’s seated in a chair or using the support of a wall. It’s less about the external shape and more about what’s happening in the person’s body. STEPHANIE K ANOWITZ (FOR E XPRESS) Hours are 9am-8pm Monday thru Saturday. 311 N. 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Uzo Aduba says “Orange Is the New Black” responds to viewers’ desire to see diversity in television. a truck stop waitress and single mother in an episode of “Sons of Anarchy,” the actress tweeted on Monday. Michele Michele joins Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson, who have been confirmed for guest appearances on the show’s seventh and final season. (EXPRESS) THROWBACKS Netflix’s ‘Orange’ Lea Michele to Appear on brought diversity to ‘Anarchy’ Next Season TV and an Emmy nod Lea Michele will play to its star, Uzo Aduba CASTING “If they can learn to say Tchaikovsky and Michelangelo and Dostoyevsky, they can learn to say Uzoamaka.” — UZO A DUBA , TELLING THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN HOW HER MOTHER CONVINCED HER NOT TO CHANGE HER NAME Paul McCartney Will Reissue Wings Albums Paul McCartney plans to reissue two recordings from his rock band Wings this fall, Rolling Stone reports. The 1975 LP “Venus and Mars” and 1976’s “Wings at the Speed of Sound” will be available on Sept. 23 as two-disc sets that will include the original albums and a collection of demos and unreleased tracks. (EXPRESS) And I don’t know if it’s a chicken or an egg thing or what, but I think it’s an idea that is put out there maybe to divide and conquer. … It’s something that I just have to write off as being a lie. If you bring good people together, regardless of their gender … they’re going to collaborate and support each other and that’s going to happen. And that’s what I feel like I’m a part of on “Orange.” What was it like to receive an Emmy nomination? Hearsay I don’t think it’s overblown. … I think the attraction is the freshness of it. I think that’s what the thirst is for, something else and different and new with regards to diversity, with regards to gender, with regards to orientation representation, with regards to the number of each of those things on a singular show. I think all of those things brought together is what is exciting and thrilling for people to see. CHRIS PIZZELLO (AP) The word is bananas or crazy (pause) eyes. … I just love to act. I like to make good work. And I like to tell good stories, and I’m just thankful, humbled and grateful that people are enjoying it as much as we enjoyed making it, you know? Have you picked an Emmy dress? I have no idea yet. I dream in color and I have visions of feelings and energies that I would love to feel. How would you like to feel on Emmy night? “I also get to put men in headlocks, which is something I aspired to, frankly.” — K A REN GILL A N, TELLING VULTURE ABOUT HER ROLE AS THE DANGEROUS ASSASSIN NEBULA IN “GUARDIANS OF THE GALA XY,” OUT FRIDAY There’s a stereotype about women in Hollywood not getting along. Has that been your experience? There is a myth out in the world that women can’t work together. Beautiful and full. Those two t h i n gs: b e aut i f u l a nd f u l l . NICOLE E VAT T (AP) More … Monkeybell? Deadline reports that Disney’s live-action/animated version of “The Jungle Book” has added two new cast members: Giancarlo Esposito, far left, of “Breaking Bad” as Akela the wolf and Christopher Walken, left, as Louie the orangutan. The film, to be directed by Jon Favreau and released in October 2015, also includes Scarlett Johansson, Lupita Nyong’o, Idris Elba and Ben Kingsley. (AP) 24 | E X P R E S S | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | T U E S D AY lookout online “So You Think You Can Serve Out a Full Term as Governor? #PalinTVShows” — @BUDDHATREE contributes to the fun that Twitter users had Monday suggesting show titles for the Sarah Palin Channel, an online news channel that launched Sunday. Subscriptions to the network started by the former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate’s are $9.95 per month or $99.95 per year, and active military personnel can subscribe for free. What’s your show suggestion? Tweet us @WaPoExpress. “It will post embarrassing messages about your failure(s) to your Facebook wall for your co-workers and your high-school biology lab partner to ‘like.’ It will give money away. Or, it will simply shock you using ‘real voltage,’ a video helpfully confirms.” — KATHLEEN HOU AT NYMAG.COM/THECUT counts “Dollar Tree bought Family Dollar for $8.5 billion. I think they overpaid by $8.499999999 billion.” — @THEMICHAELROCK jokes that Dollar Tree paid a bit too much in purchasing its rival discounter Family Dollar. The deal announced Monday will make Dollar Tree the biggest chain in the dollar store industry with more than 13,000 combined locations as it attempts to win customers back from Wal-Mart. “Like Rorshach inkblots, what you see in the Cheetos provides insight into your psyche and the way you see the world, and also like Rorshach inkblots, the way you see the world is X-rated 95 percent of the time.” — EJ DICKSON AT DAILYDOT.COM describes the addictive nature of scrolling through the Cheese Curls of Instagram account. Whomever is running the feed simply posts photos of what he or she claims are unaltered Cheetos right out of the bag, that resemble images with elaborate backstories such as, “As an Act of Humility, Pope Francis, Wearing a Mitre, Kisses a Newborn Baby’s Feet After Washing Them,” above. the ways that Pavlok, a new wearable tech bracelet, will motivate users to stay focused. 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O E WA S H RG I CA L FAC MFA MFA O For more details, email email@example.com or call 301-496-5055 N SS CIA I V I T E R S T E Y S JOE RAEDLE (GETTY IMAGES) IN U GTON LT Y A U T U E S D AY | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | E X P R E S S | 25 puzzles lookout HOROSCOPE LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You will have a chance to dig a little deeper than usual and travel a little further toward something that really matters. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You’re keenly interested in how others derive meaning from their daily affairs; you can learn more about this part of yourself, as well. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You may feel as though you have somehow relinquished control, but the truth is that if you did give it up, you did so more than willingly! SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your capacity for understanding and empathy has never been keener. You can surely demonstrate that you are in sync. 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Adolf Hitler becomes leader of the National Socialist German Workers’ (Nazi) Party. By 1933, his political party would control German parliament and he would be appointed the country’s chancellor. Who We Are: Published by Express Publications LLC, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, DC 20071, a subsidiary of WP Company, LLC Publisher: Arnie Applebaum Executive editor: Dan Caccavaro General manager: Ron Ulrich Circulation manager: Charles Love Managing editor, features: Holly J. Morris Managing editor, news: Lori Kelley Creative director: Jon Benedict Senior news editor: Diana D’Abruzzo Story editor: Adam Sapiro Deputy creative director: Adam Grifﬁths Senior editors: Sadie Dingfelder, Rudi Greenberg, Vicky Hallett, Beth Marlowe, Kristen Page-Kirby, Jeffrey Tomik Section editors: Michael Cunniff, Lori McCue, Rachel Sadon, Holley Simmons Art director: Allie Ghaman Copy editors: Samantha Dean, Sean Gossard Designer: Rachel Orr Production supervisor: Matthew Liddi 1890 1921 How to Reach Us: To place a display ad: Call 202-334-6732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To place a classiﬁed ad: Call 202-334-6200. To nominate a hawker as Star Distributor: Email email@example.com. For circulation: Call 202-334-6992 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Spot a mistake? Let us know at email@example.com. The newsroom: Call 202-334-6800, fax 202-334-9777 or reach out to us on Twitter @WaPoExpress. 1958 NASA is established when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the National Aeronautics and Space Act. Founding publisher: Christopher Ma, 1950-2011 T U E S D AY | 0 7. 2 9 . 2 0 1 4 | E X P R E S S | 27 people lookout INSPIR ATION She Had Just Seen the New ‘Fifty Shades’ Trailer Police in Australia are unhappy with an image Lily Allen posted on Instagram, TMZ reported. Australian Federal Police said Allen asked one of her police escorts (she was going through Gold Coast Airport) to handcuff her as a joke Sunday. The AFP launched an investigation when they saw her Instagram pic of the prank. Allen deleted the photo. (EXPRESS) STUPID PHR A SES Chris Martin Refuses to Say ‘Consciously Uncoupled’ UNSOLICITED Cheryl Burke Green Lights J.Lo-Chmerkovskiy Union At the Young Hollywood Awards on Sunday, Cheryl Burke discussed the potential of a love match between Jennifer Lopez and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, E! News reported. “They���re best friends,” she said. “At the end of the day it’s more about the inside … She’s so busy, he’s so busy, but you never know. But if they fall in love, amazing!” (EXPRESS) Category KEVIN WINTER (GETTY IMAGES) Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow are close, but not a couple, Martin told a radio show on Monday, People magazine reported. “The thing that we told everyone at the beginning of the year is true,” Martin said on “Valentine in the Morning.” He also said: “We’re very close,” “we’re not together,” “that’s the truth,” “there’s a lot of love” and “there’s no scandal.” (EXPRESS) ‘Bottomless Red Solo Cup’ Drink Special a Bad Idea Authorities say several dozen people were treated for alcohol-related illnesses at a Keith Urban concert in Massachusetts on Saturday. At least 46 people were treated and 22 taken to local hospitals. Police say more than 50 people were taken into protective custody at the concert. (AP) VALERIE MACON (GETTY IMAGES) AGING She Looks Great Until You See ‘Speed’ Again Sandra Bullock turned 50 Saturday and celebrated her birthday with Chelsea Handler and other girlfriends last week at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson Hole, Wyo., E! News reported. “There were probably six to 10 women in the group. It appeared to be a ladies’ night,” an unnamed source said. “They just came in to listen to the band.” Another source called the evening “pretty low-key” and said, “Sandra looked radiant, beautiful and was very sweet. It looked like she was having a blast.” (E XPRESS) “Kiefer [Sutherland] was the most unprofessional dude in the world. That’s not me talking trash, I’d say it to his face.” — FREDDIE PRINZE JR. SAYING AT COMICCON THAT WORK ON “24” NEARLY CAUSED HIM TO QUIT ACTING, PEOPLE MAGAZINE REPORTED Cheryl would be glad to weigh in on anyone’s budding relationship. Just ask! COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN CHARITIES This CFC season, reach those who give. 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