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51 motorcades? A crush of African VIPs rolls into the District for a historic summit 9

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It brought back Tupac and helped elect India’s prime minister. Will U.S. candidates be next to embrace holography? 11

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BREAKFAST ON THE GO

A diver examines the toppled ruins of a German World War II fighter aircraft this weekend in the Mediterranean Sea near the French coast. The fighter, which is about 50 yards below the water’s surface, was shot down on March 7, 1944.

‘This is your brain. And this is your brain on delicious blueberries!’

Later, a truck filled with jelly and English muffins pulled over, too

One of the main attractions at this year’s Wilton Blueberry Festival in Maine wasn’t a fruit — it was a set of giant inflatable human organs. The Morning Sentinel reports the festival over the weekend included an inflatable heart, lungs and a 50-foot-long human body visitors could walk through to observe the way organs work. The festival’s chairwoman said the organs were added to bring an educational element to the event. (AP)

A semitrailer overturned Friday on an Indianapolis interstate, spilling what police say are 45,000 pounds of packages of butter and other dairy products. The crash left perhaps thousands of butter tubs strewn on the highway, many broken open and coating the roadway. Cleanup crews used a small front-end loader to scoop the butter tubs and whipped cream containers into large trash bins. No injuries were reported. (AP)

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“Every now and then I would stick one in a hamburger. ... It was stupidity.” RONALD G. AVERS, who was charged with food tampering after admitting to sticking sewing needles into packages of meat at an Illinois grocery store, according to Reuters

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The immaturity matrix D.C. is a city of emboldened nerds, finally able to go to recess without being picked on. That would explain the success of Arlington Public Library’s first-ever adult recess Thursday, where dozens of otherwise normal adults played Nerf Tag and Sardines. Missed it? Opportunities abound to give childhood another go. SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS) EASY

Adult recess See above.

Pop tarts at Ted’s Bulletin.

Tater tots Local bars like Arsenal turn the school-cafeteria staple into a gourmet treat.

Annual pillow fight For when the weather isn’t cooperating with your snowball fight plans; April 5.

Snore & Roar The National Zoo’s sleepover series has adults-only nights. Meet cows and big cats on Sept. 20.

Video Gamers United Relive your Super Smash Bros. glory days on Aug. 16 at the Washington Convention Center.

SurviveDC A city-wide game of tag.

The annual No Pants Subway Ride

Kickball Pickup venue for 20somethings and divorcees.

Spelling Bee Buzzzzz Naughty words ring out at the Rock & Roll Hotel. Next match: Aug. 29.

Roller skating Get down like it’s your birthday at Anacostia Park’s outdoor skating pavilion.

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Streetcar training begins big neighborhood tease Why yes, that is a streetcar you see rumbling down H Street: Operators started several weeks of training today. No passengers are allowed onboard, so residents impatient to revamp their commutes can do little but sigh and keep their bikes, cars and feet off the tracks. (EXPRESS)

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The number of people at FedEx Field this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the Jehovah’s Witnesses convention. They enjoyed plays, songs, symposia and the talk “Earth’s New Ruler — Who Really Qualifies?” $17 million spent by the conventioneers ~ 20,000 hotel rooms booked by attendees 16 Jehovah’s Witnesses conventions at U.S. stadiums this summer. (EXPRESS)

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Marion Barry treated at a hospital after car crash D.C. Council member Marion Barry was treated at a hospital after he was involved in a car crash Saturday night. A law enforcement source said he was cited by police for allegedly driving on the wrong side of the road and driving with expired tags. A spokeswoman for Barry, a diabetic, said he had low blood sugar and “became disoriented.” (AP/THE WASHINGTON POST)

Demonstrators lay down together in protest of the violence in Gaza.

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Two rallies draw thousands to D.C. WASHINGTON Demonstrations drew thousands of people from around the country to the White House and the streets of downtown D.C. on Saturday afternoon in peaceful protests. In one, participants called for an end to the continued violence between Israel and Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. At the same time, advocates converged in the District to urge President Barack Obama to take administrative action on issues involving undocumented immigrants. Both groups ended up at the White House in the afternoon, seeking a stage to voice their concerns. The larger group, supporting the Palestinians, arrived by bus from big cities and many others drove hundreds of miles to participate, organizers said.

“Free, free Palestine, killing children is a crime,” the crowd chanted. Several people held Palestinian flags, boxes representing coffins or posters with graphic images of the wounded. As the protest quieted down, red graffiti that read “Free Gaza” was discovered on a side wall of the Washington Post building. At the same time, hundreds gathered — first at the Mall, and then at Freedom Plaza and at the White House — to push for immigration-policy reform. Protesters chanted in English and Spanish, “Stop deportation,” “Sin papeles, sin miedo” (no papers, no fear) and a familiar chant of Obama’s campaign slogan “Si se puede” (yes we can). WESLE Y RO BINSON AND K A REN CHEN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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‘The Wire’ actor stabbed at a District nightclub Actor Anwan Glover, known for his role in “The Wire,” was stabbed at a D.C. nightclub early Sunday morning. According to a police report, Glover reported that he was on the second floor of Cafe Asia, a restaurant at 1720 I St. NW, when he was punched, knocked to the floor and stabbed on the right side of his torso. (TWP) THE DISTRICT

ANC member accused of attacking homeless man An Advisory Neighborhood Commission member who represents Dupont Circle has been charged by D.C. police with attacking a homeless man early Monday and throwing his belongings into the street, according to an arrest warrant. Robert Leo Dwyer, 32, is accused of spraying a household cleaner at the man and yelling a racial slur. (TWP)

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THE BACK STORY: Congress authorized the memorial’s development in 1999, and fights over the design and costs have plagued it ever since. They have yet to break ground, yet $41 million has been spent. RACHEL SADON (EXPRESS)

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local Utilities are passing on the costs of low-flow faucets and aging pipes REGION Federally mandated low-flow toilets, shower heads and faucets are taking a financial toll on water utilities, leaving customers to make up the shortfall with higher rates and new fees that have left many paying more for less. Utility officials say they understand that charging more for water because demand has dropped violates the basic premise of

Economics 101. But utilities that charge by the number of gallons used are beginning to feel the pinch of 20 years of environmentally friendly appliances, as older bathrooms and kitchens have been remodeled, utility experts say. Federal laws aimed at conserving water limit toilets that once needed up to seven gallons per flush to 1.6 gallons. Shower heads that spewed up to eight gallons per minute are being replaced with sprays of about 2.5 gallons. Adding to the problem, D.C.area utilities say, is the fact that consumption is falling as costs

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are mounting to upgrade sewer systems and water pipes that are bursting from decades of decay. Alan Roberson, of the American Water Works Association, called it a “converging storm.” “It’s a combination of infrastructure needs going up as per capita water usage is going down,” he said. DC Water officials say the amount of water pumped dropped from a daily average of 130 million gallons in 2004 to 95 million gallons in 2013. The utility has kept up with inflation and infrastructure costs — its pipes are a median

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Water use is down, but bills are going up

The WSSC has stepped up its pipe replacement program in response to thousands of annual breaks.

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79 years old — by charging annual rate increases of 4.5 percent to 12.5 percent over the past seven years, officials said. In Maryland, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers have seen their rates almost double, jumping by 95 percent since 2002. This month, WSSC has scheduled public meetings to pitch a new infrastructure fee and a higher account maintenance fee. Both are expected to add a total of $16 to the average household quarterly bill of $162 on top of regular rate increases. KATHERINE SHAVER (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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1 Autopsy says police chokehold killed N.Y. man A medical examiner ruled Friday that a police officer’s chokehold caused the death of Eric Garner, whose videotaped arrest and final pleas of “I can’t breathe!” sparked outrage and calls to reform the New York City Police Department. (AP)

2 Uganda anti-gay law

struck down in court A Ugandan court on Friday invalidated an anti-gay bill — which was signed into law earlier this year and provided jail terms of up to life for those convicted of engaging in gay sex — pleasing watchdog groups who called the measure draconian. (AP)

3 Clinton on Sept. 10:

‘I nearly got’ bin Laden In a recording released last week from Sept. 10, 2001, hours before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, former President Bill Clinton told an Australian audience he “nearly got” and “could have killed” Osama bin Laden when he was president, ABC News reported Friday. (EXPRESS)

A trained monkey could do this job … Monkey business is becoming an actual business in India. About 40 young people have been trained to pose and screech like langurs to scare the real primates as part of efforts to keep langurs out of the city and in the forested areas of New Delhi, according to the Times of India. The role used to be performed by trained monkeys, but a law passed in 2012 barred the primates from being kept in captivity, the Times reported. The young people performing these tasks are paid up to $163 per month for the work, the newspaper reported. (EXPRESS)

4 Cantor set to resign from Congress on Aug. 18 Rep. Eric Cantor, the justdeparted House majority leader who was stunned by a June 10 upset in Virginia’s primary, said Friday morning that he would also resign altogether from Congress, effective Aug. 18. (AP)

5 Executed Ariz. man got 15 times usual drug dose During the nearly two hours it took for Arizona death-row inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood to die July 23, executioners injected him with 15 times the amount of the drugs they originally intended to use, according to documents released Friday. (AP)

A strong earthquake in southern China’s Yunnan province toppled thousands of homes on Sunday, killing at least 367 people and injuring more than 1,800. Ma Liya, a resident of Zhaotong, told Xinhua that the streets there were like a “battlefield after bombardment.” The magnitude-6.1 quake struck at 4:30 p.m. at a depth of 6 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. (AP)

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Earthquake in China leaves hundreds dead

RELIGION

A Palestinian man carries a girl killed in a blast Sunday in Rafah, Gaza Strip.

Israeli strike near U.N. school kills 10 RAFAH, GAZA STRIP An Israeli airstrike landed outside a United Nations school in southern Gaza on Sunday, killing at least 10 people and injuring more than 30, as Israel said it had withdrawn most of its ground forces but would continue its military operation in the coastal strip. A spokesman for the U.N. Relief and Works Agency said the blast occurred outside the school in the southern border city of Rafah while about 3,000 Palestinians, who had fled their homes and were seeking refuge, were waiting in line for food and other supplies. U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called Sunday’s attack a “moral outrage and a criminal act,” while the U.S. State

Department also condemned the attack. Peter Lerner, an Israeli military spokesman, confirmed the bulk of ground troops had been pulled out of Gaza after the military concluded it had destroyed most of Hamas’ tunnel network. Lerner said, however, the operation was not over and that Israel would continue to target Hamas’ rocket-firing capabilities and its ability to infiltrate Israel. There were also unanswered questions Sunday about the death of Hadar Goldin, an Israeli soldier who the military feared had been abducted by Hamas on Friday but later announced had died in battle. A military spokesman said Israel couldn’t confirm how he was killed. (AP/THE WASHINGTON POST)

Vatican wants a more somber sign of the peace Catholic bishops have been urged by the Vatican to clamp down on singing and other casual gestures during the sign of the peace part of Mass, according to Religion News Service. The letter was reportedly approved by Pope Francis, according to RNS. (EXPRESS)

BY THE NUMBERS

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The proportion of U.S. newborns who are now breastfed for some length of time, according to new government data, a continuation of an upward trend that began decades ago. The overall number, however, masks large regional differences in breastfeeding. For example, moms in Western states are much more likely to breastfeed than those in the South. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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“I just think we’re in a cold civil war. Shooting hasn’t started, but somebody … is going to do something stupid.” GLENN BECK, a conservative commentator and former Fox News host, in an interview on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.”

Beck said that he thinks the polarization in America is severe and that “we’re calling each other horrible things.”

White House: “No choice but to act” on immigration

Tropical Storm Bertha in Caribbean, likely won’t hit U.S.

Air Force Academy to investigate athlete misconduct charges

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2 Which of the following did Pope Francis share with an Argentine publication?

A. His tips for being happy

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1 A ruptured pipe caused 20 million gallons of water to inundate which college campus — including a newly renovated basketball arena — last week? A. University of Virginia B. Duke University C. University of California, Los Angeles D. University of Kentucky

B. The ingredients in his late mother’s tomato sauce C. His 10 favorite Bible verses D. The TV shows currently in his Netflix queue

3 On Thursday, Israeli Prime

Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel will not withdraw its ground forces from Gaza until all _________ are destroyed. A. Rocket launchers

B. Mosques that are storing weapons C. Tunnels into Israel D. Hamas hideouts

4 NBC announced last week that “Girls” star Allison Williams will play the title role in its live production of which stage show? A. “Annie Get Your Gun” B. “Peter Pan” C. “Evita” D. “Mary Poppins”

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5 Which Major League Baseball team acquired former American League Cy Young winner David Price from the Tampa Bay Rays? A. Los Angeles Dodgers B. Detroit Tigers C. New York Yankees D. Oakland A’s

European Union imposed a series of tough new economic sanctions on which country last week? A. China B. Iran C. North Korea D. Russia

6 Maryland’s Flying Dog brewery shifted more than half of its production for several weeks to meet the state’s demand for a beer brewed with which ingredient? A. Blue crabs B. Oysters C. Old Bay Seasoning D. Habaneros

8 Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed Jackie Robinson in the biopic “42,” stars as which singer in the newly released film “Get on Up”? A. Little Richard B. James Brown C. Marvin Gaye D. Otis Redding

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Toledo goes without tap water for a second day

Gay-rights activists are distressed over the results of the first large-scale federal survey measuring sexual orientation in the United States, in which it reported in July that less than 3 percent of the population identifies as gay, lesbian or bisexual. They contend it is an undercount and are particularly upset because they worked for years to get sexual orientation added to the National Health Interview Survey, the government’s premier measure of Americans’ health statuses and behaviors. The activists worry that the results will reduce the urgency of their causes and give fodder to their political foes. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

A group of Stanford researchers including former Energy Secretary Steven Chu says it’s building a new and improved pure lithium battery using nanotechnology that could triple cellphone battery life and give electric cars a driving range of 300 miles on a single charge, according to USA Today. Yi Cui, a professor at Stanford working on the project, said it will take three to five years to bring the new battery to the market, according to the newspaper. In a university statement, Chu, a former Nobel Prize winner, said the new battery could lead to “an electric vehicle with a 300-mile range that cost $25,000.” (EXPRESS)

Long lines formed at water distribution centers over the weekend and store shelves were quickly emptied of bottled water after Toledo, Ohio, told residents not to drink from its water supply that was fouled by toxins possibly from algae on Lake Erie. On Sunday, Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins instructed the 400,000 people in the region to avoid drinking tap water for a second day, as more tests were needed to ensure water was safe to consume. The National Guard had produced 33,000 gallons of drinkable water by Sunday morning, and an additional 15,000 gallons had been delivered in collapsible containers. (AP)

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A Toledo, Ohio, resident carries a bag of water to a car Sunday in the second day of the tap-water ban.

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nation+world Expect three days of D.C. traffic snarls

A five-point guide to the Africa summit

THE IMPACT: The Secret Service has issued a detailed list of road closures related to the summit. It could lead to gridlock, particularly around the White House, Foggy Bottom and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Southwest. Many will be brief, others staggered, but officials warn that the impact could be rough for people trying to navigate the city.

This week’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit is an unprecedented gathering of 51 African heads of state and government and their delegations. JULIET EILPERIN 1 It’s historic The summit will mark the first time an American president will convene Africa’s leaders at one conference. Their goal? Reframing Africa’s image to one ripe with economic promise. 2 It won’t be easy Such a mission faces big hurdles — the distraction of conflicts elsewhere, the Ebola crisis and U.S. budget constraints. The White House has played down expectations, saying the event won’t have the sort of flashy promises Chinese leaders have announced at African summits. 3 Still, Obama’s hopeful The meeting will focus on the economic potential Africa offers. President Barack Obama noted Friday that the U.S. no longer gives African countries aid just to stave off malnutrition and the spread of HIV. “We think we can create U.S. jobs and send U.S. exports to Africa,” he said. 4 Eyes will be on him As the son of a Kenyan father, Obama faced high expectations and disappointed many Africans after a first term focused on the U.S. economy and health care. This summit gives him a chance to change his legacy. 5 But no personal talks Obama has opted for large group discussions rather than one-on-one meetings to avoid the risk of offending some of America’s “allied partners” by not providing private audiences with the president.

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Picture hoopla like this that greeted Mali President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita on Sunday. Now multiply by 51.

How do you find 51 beds of state? U.S.-Africa summit has D.C. awash in VIPs, all in need of presidential suites THE DISTRICT August can be a lazy, laid-back month for any Washingtonians left in town and for hotels bereft of conventions and Congress. Not this week. Today, delegations from 51 African nations begin a threeday U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, a high-level event hosted by President Barack Obama that has many downtown hotels jammed and some African embassies detailing their guest rooms. Locals, meanwhile, are rearranging commutes to cope with rolling street closures and motorcade gridlock. About 5,400 people are credentialed to participate, primarily African delegates, government officials and business leaders, plus more than 1,200 journalists, says Will Stevens, a spokesman for the State Department Bureau

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of African Affairs. The summit’s size and security implications are being compared to that of the 2010 Nuclear Security Summit, which brought more than 40 delegations. For Peter Selfridge, who took over as chief of protocol just two months ago, and his staff of 80, it’s “trial by fire.” His office is in charge of making sure the foreign heads of the delegations and those traveling with them feel comfortable and welcomed, and to facilitate their movements. “We have the same protocol whether it’s one leader or 51 delegations,” he says. “We strive to throw out the red carpet both literally and figuratively from their arrival point at the airport to the end of the summit. Just multiply everything by 50.” So where’s everyone going to stay?

Blair House, the president’s official guest house for visiting heads of state, has just reopened for business after being closed for a year. But the historic guest house will not be used for the summit, even though it does have 14 perfectly appointed guest rooms. “It’s the Protocol Office’s crown jewel,” Selfridge

“A motorcade is part of the Washington experience. Fifty motorcades? That might be really exciting.” KATE GIBBS, spokeswoman for Destination DC, the city’s official visitor and tourism bureau

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THE WORST OF IT: The big-impact days will be Tuesday around the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Wednesday around the State Department. On those days, nearby roads and sidewalks will be closed and workers, residents and hotel guests will have to submit to searches and security checks before being allowed to pass. THE SECURITY: Thousands of police will deploy with the usual array of street barricades, airportstyle searches, bag checks and motorcades. They will be akin to security measures during an inauguration. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

says. “How would we pick one or two out of 51 delegations to stay there?” Delegations made their own lodging arrangements. A handful are bunking at their local embassies, but the majority have booked in the city’s upscale hotels. For security reasons, hotels can’t confirm specifics of who is staying where. However, it’s safe to say that the city’s impressive stock of Presidential Suites (plus the even posher Royal Suites) have been fluffed up for a possible influx of presidents, prime ministers and one scheduled royal: King Mswati III of Swaziland. Amenities from mahogany dining tables for 10, 500-threadcount sheets, 24-hour butler service and marble bathrooms with spa showers awaited those delegations who booked early and wanted something more than the standard double with coffee. JURA KONCIUS (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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nation+world Why isn’t there a treatment by now? The Ebola virus is hard to work with. It doesn’t grow well in petri dishes, and experiments can only be done in the relatively few labs with the highest security measures. And while Ebola is lethal, it’s rare. Outbreaks are unpredictable, giving doctors few chances to test new treatments. While the current epidemic is the largest recorded, the number of people sickened by Ebola is small compared to the number killed by other diseases such as malaria or dengue. (AP)

An Obama administration program secretly dispatched young Latin Americans to Cuba using the cover of health and civic programs to provoke political change, a clandestine operation that put them in danger, an Associated Press investigation found. (AP) The operation Beginning as early as October 2009, a project overseen by the U.S. Agency for International Development sent Venezuelan, Costa Rican and Peruvian young people to Cuba — for pay as low as $5.41 an hour — in hopes of ginning up rebellion. The travelers worked undercover, often posing as tourists, and scouted for people they could turn into political activists.

The concern Their efforts were fraught with incompetence and risk: One worker said he got a 30-minute seminar on how to evade Cuban intelligence, and there appeared to be no safety net for the workers if they were caught.

The result Whether any of the political objectives were ever realized is unclear. Some Cuban contacts have said they were astonished to discover that their foreign friends were acting on behalf of the U.S. government.

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Ebola victim Dr. Kent Brantly steps off an ambulance Saturday after it arrived at Emory University Hospital.

No reason to fear Ebola in America Public health officials say Atlanta hospital is one of the safest for treatment ATLANTA The Ebola virus has killed more than 700 people in Africa and could have catastrophic consequences if allowed to spread, world health officials say. So why wou ld a nyone allow infected A mer ic a ns to come to Atlanta? The answer, experts say, is Brantly because Emory University Hospital is one of the safest places in the world to treat someone with Ebola. There’s virtually no chance the virus can spread from the hospital’s super-secure isolation unit. And another thing, they say: Medical workers risking their lives overseas deserve the best treatment they can get. Dr. Kent Brantly became the first person infected with Ebola

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to be brought to the United States from Africa. He arrived Saturday at Emory, one of the nation’s best hospitals. Fellow aid worker Nancy Writebol is expected to arrive Tuesday. The two had been treating Ebola patients at a missionary hospital in Liberia. Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told NBC on Sunday that Brantly’s condition seems to have improved and that it was encouraging to see him walk out of the ambulance unassisted when he arrived at the hospital. Frieden said he understands the public’s concerns about Ebola and that the public health role is to ensure that the infection is not spread. “Ebola is very deadly. And it’s normal to be scared of deadly diseases,” he said. Few of those nearest the

hospital Saturday seemed concerned. “I just think it’s a blessing that we can help possibly make the infected person’s life a little more tolerable,” said Ashley Wheeler, who was shopping just down the street Saturday. “If I were that person I would want my country to help me the best

“We’re not going to hermetically seal the borders of the U.S.” DR. THOMAS FRIEDEN, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on ABC’s “This Week.” He said that while Ebola is “out of control” in certain West African countries, it can be contained.

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way they could.” Emory’s infectious diseases’ unit was created 12 years ago to handle doctors who get sick at the CDC. It is one of about four in the country equipped with everything necessary to test, treat and contain people exposed to very dangerous viruses. In 2005, it handled patients with SARS, which unlike Ebola can spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes. In fact, the nature of Ebola — which is spread by close contact with bodily fluids and blood — means that any modern hospital using standard, rigorous, infection-control measures should be able to handle it. Still, Emory won’t be taking any chances. Inside the unit, patients are sealed off from anyone who doesn’t wear protective gear. “Negative air pressure” means air flows in, but can’t escape until filters scrub any germs from patients. And all gear is safely disposed of or decontaminated. “Nothing comes out of this unit until it is noninfectious,” said Dr. Bruce Ribner, who will be treating the patients. “The bottom line is: We have an inordinate amount of safety associated with the care of this patient. And we do not believe that any health care worker, any other patient or any visitor to our facility is in any way at risk of acquiring this infection.” RAY HENRY AND MIKE STOBBE (AP)

Islamic State militants seize 2 Iraq towns

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nation+world A hologram of the late rapper Tupac Shakur performs onstage in 2012 at Coachella. Could a hologram of Ronald Reagan at the GOP convention be next?

Politics, in a whole new light

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Holograms brought back Tupac. Next? You could see them on the campaign trail. TECHNOLOGY Resurrect Tupac for a live performance? Been there. Help elect a prime minister in the world’s second-most populous country? Done that. Next stop? Washington. Holographic technology is coming to the nation’s capital. The hope is to do for political campaigns, what it’s done for the entertainment industry and elected officials overseas: Allow people to project moving, lifelike, interactive copies of themselves in different places without actually being there. Hologram USA, a company specializing in the technology, recently hired the Northern Virginia-based U.S. Government Relations International. The firm will try to convince wouldbe clients that Hologram USA’s three-dimensional images, which can be broadcast live across the country, are vital communications tools that have become more necessity than novelty. “A general or a politician or a head of corporate can project

BUDGETING

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The estimated cost, per month, of using holograms in a robust national effort, said Alki David of Hologram USA. That’s beyond the budgets of most campaigns and is a sizable investment even for White House hopefuls. But David argues that weighed against the cost of barnstorming the country, it could eventually look like a bargain. (TWP)

themselves physically in a lifesize projection that is completely believable at a matter of a few feet,” said Alki David, who heads up Hologram USA. That’s what Narendra Modi did in his winning campaign for prime minster of India this year. Hologram USA helped Modi reach out to the country’s voters by enabling him to appear live

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in holographic form at political rallies. Hologram USA wants to eventually do the same thing for Rand Paul or Hillary Rodham Clinton — David says he’s a fan of both — or anyone else who runs for office and is looking to improve their voter communication efforts. It works like this: Invisible foil is placed at an angle across a stage, and a moving image of someone — say, a candidate delivering a live speech — is projected onto it. With the right lighting, the result is a 3-D projection that moves, talks, even dances like a real human being. Jeffrey Taylor, a managing partner at U.S. Government Relations International and former congressional aide, envisions 2016 conventions where holograms of Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy address the crowd. Or presidential candidates — who simply can’t appear physically in every city — interacting with voters on the campaign trail. Take Clinton, for example. She

could appear remotely, fielding questions in a kind of virtual town hall meeting, Taylor suggested. “You would actually have an interactive, three-dimensional image and a monitor in front of her when the lady at a coffee klatch says, ‘What are your views on energy?’ ” Taylor said. He added: “The only thing you can’t do is shake her hand.” But that’s a challenge advocates of the technology will have to overcome, experts say. Retail politics is a big part of campaigning. Voters want to see candidates in person. Technology, no matter how advanced, is never going to offer a perfect replacement. To David, the technology’s best selling point is the awe it inspires when people experience it for the first time. “I think that as much as we can write about it and evangelize it and imagine it and see it online, you don’t get the impact of what it’s really like until you see it,” he said. SEAN SULLIVAN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Syrian rebels kill 10 Lebanese troops in border town battle

Russia’s shrinking space for freedom of expression was constricted further Friday, as rules went into effect giving Russian authorities oversight over the country’s most-read online personalities. MICHAEL BIRNBAUM (THE WASHINGTON POST)

The rules The “blogger law” requires any person whose online presence draws more than 3,000 daily readers to register with Russia. It holds bloggers liable for any misinformation they publish, and users are forbidden from using obscenities. Fines on individuals range from $280 to $1,400. For organizations, the fines can be up to $14,000 per violation.

The reaction The new rules, bloggers say, will encourage online selfcensorship. Opposition blogger Oleg Kozyrev said he expected that many of his colleagues would resort to a Soviet-era habit of making their points elliptically to avoid outright confrontation with authorities.

The concern The end effect is to put large swaths of Russia’s prominent online personalities in theoretical violation of the law at all times, risking fines and other harassment whenever authorities decide to crack down, critics say.

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Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo had a teamhigh 10 sacks last season.

Linebackers let loose

To fix the Redskins’ defense, Gruden and Haslett put an emphasis on the pass rush REDSKINS Unleashed. That’s how many of the Redskins’ defensive players have described themselves and defensive coordinator Jim Haslett since Jay Gruden took over as coach in January. The players started using that word after hearing what Haslett had planned for the defense as the Gruden Era kicked off. They continued using it during the offseason practices, where they got a taste of things to come. And they say “unleashed” remains an accurate description based on what they have taken away from training camp. “We have a defense this year that’s more tailored to our strengths, and that’s going to make us more effective,” nose

tackle Barry Cofield said. Added outside linebacker Brian Orakpo: “We’ve got more freedom now. We’re going to be more aggressive. We’re going to dictate. We like where we’re headed.” In four years under Mike Shanahan, Haslett drew the ire of Redskins fans because of his unit’s ineffective pass rush and inability to create turnovers and game-changing plays. But when Gruden pored over hours of game film, studying the defense and Haslett’s coaching, he saw two things: Washington’s defense had glaring talent deficiencies in key areas, and Haslett’s strategy wasn’t bad. But the approach in some areas needed to change.

Practicing with Patriots Practices at Redskins training camp will have a different look and feel to them over the course of the next three days as Washington’s players and coaches welcome the New England Patriots to town for three joint sessions. Those joint practices will precede Thursday’s preseason opener at FedEx Field against New England. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

“There was a lot,” Gruden said last week when recounting the problems he identified. “We need to be a better tackling team. I think that’s the No. 1 thing we had to address. We’re trying to get more speed out there. Obviously, we addressed that with the

linebacker position. And then from there, I think rushing the quarterback, getting after the quarterback, was a necessity for us to let Orakpo and [Ryan] Kerrigan have more freedom as far as the rushes are concerned.” Haslett had no problem with Gruden’s conclusions. So Gruden and Haslett reached an agreement on a defensive philosophy, starting with getting their passrushers into the backfield. “Your two best players on your defense are supposed to be your outside linebackers,” Haslett explained Friday. “And that’s why we drafted another one. And they’re supposed to get to the quarterback, so, let them do what they do best. That’s rush.”

JOHN McDONNELL (THE WASHINGTON POST)

THREE POINTERS

MLB’s best rotations With aces getting moved before last week’s trade deadline, which team has the best pitching staff in baseball now? JEFFREY TOMIK (EXPRESS)

3 Detroit Tigers By adding David Price, the Tigers have the past three AL Cy Young winners on their staff. But one of them, Justin Verlander, is not pitching like an ace — with a 4.66 ERA.

2 Los Angeles Dodgers They have the best pitcher in the world (Clayton Kershaw) and three starters in the top 18 in the majors in ERA. They have the best starters ERA (3.19) in baseball.

MIKE JONES (THE WASHINGTON POST)

1 NFL

Oakland A’s

Bon Jovi: Bills won’t run away Jon Bon Jovi is hoping he’s written a hit with Buffalo Bills fans as he seeks to quash concerns that his prospective ownership group plans to buy and potentially relocate the franchise to Toronto. In a letter published by the Buffalo News on Sunday, Bon Jovi wrote that it’s his ownership group’s objective “to make the Bills successful in Buffalo.” The team is for sale after Hall of Fame owner Ralph Wilson died in March. (AP) Rory McIlroy wins Bridgestone Invitational

England tops gold medal count at Commonwealth Games

Oakland had a top two AL rotation — then they added Jon Lester and Jeff Samardzija, who rank 10th and 22nd in the majors in ERA, respectively.

D.C. United’s Bobby Boswell and Sean Franklin named All-Stars

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JOHN LOCHER (AP)

Back pain forces Woods to withdraw

Paul George is taken off the court after he was injured during Friday’s USA Basketball scrimmage in Las Vegas.

George’s injury leaves Pacers, U.S. team reeling BASKETBALL Paul George’s broken right leg has left two teams reeling. The U.S. men’s national team, too emotional to finish the exhibition game it was playing when George suffered the gruesome injury Friday night, had to shift its focus away from the World Cup of Basketball to thinking about an injured teammate. The Indiana Pacers, a round short of the NBA Finals the past two years, were left pondering a season without their best player. “This is a tough blow for not only USA Basketball, but for the Indiana Pacers,” USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo said.

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Both were thinking only of George, who remained at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas after surgery to repair an open tibiafibula fracture. He was expected to remain hospitalized for about three days and the Pacers hope he can return to Indianapolis next week, though it will be months, perhaps a year, before he can return to the court. “Any discussion regarding the future of our team would be inappropriate at this time,” Pacers President Larry Bird said in a statement. “Our focus is solely on Paul and doing whatever we can to help.” George’s loss comes on the

heels of Lance Stephenson’s departure to Charlotte, N.C., in free agency, leaving Indiana without its two most versatile players. The Pacers had the Eastern Conference’s best record last season at 56-26 and could have been the favorite to reach the NBA Finals after LeBron James’ departure from Miami if they could have brought their core back. Now, they could struggle just to stay in the playoff picture in the toughened-up East. “There is no question about the impact on our team but our goal is to be as strong-willed and determined as Paul will be in coming back,” Bird said. BRIAN MAHONEY (AP)

Tiger Woods suffered more back pain Sunday and withdrew after eight holes at the Bridgestone Invitational, struggling to even take off his golf shoes before being driven away to an uncertain future. In his third tournament since returning from back surgery, Woods injured himself playing a shot from the lip of a bunker on the par-5 second hole. “I just jarred it, and it’s been spasming ever since,” Woods told a PGA Tour official before leaving. At his car, Woods could barely switch out of his golf shoes. His caddie, Joe La Cava, drove him away. “It’s just the whole lower back,” Woods said. “I don’t know what happened.” DOUG FERGUSON (AP)

BY THE NUMBERS

The number of career titles for Milos Raonic, who easily won the first all-Canadian tournament final in ATP history. He erased the only break point he faced and beat Vasek Pospisil 6-1, 6-4 on Sunday at the Citi Open in D.C. The second-seeded Raonic, a semifinalist at Wimbledon last month, produced serves at more than 140 mph and broke Pospisil four times at the hard-court tuneup for the U.S. Open. (AP) Dale Earnhardt Jr. completes season sweep at Pocono

Diamondbacks’ Paul Goldschmidt out for year with broken hand

NATS 4, PHILLIES 0

Strasburg strikes out 10 Stephen Strasburg, above, pitched three-hit ball for seven innings and the NL East-leading Nationals split the four-game series after dropping the first two to the last-place Phillies. It’s been a while: Strasburg (8-9) got his first win since July 1, a stretch of seven games. He walked one and didn’t permit a runner past second base. Nats’ pitching dominates again: The Phillies were shut out for the second straight day and haven’t scored in 21 innings. Span stays hot: Nationals leadoff hitter Denard Span had two hits, two steals, an RBI and scored a run in Sunday’s win. In the four-game series against the Phillies, Span went 7-for-15 with three runs and four RBIs. He entered Sunday hitting an NL-best .424 since the All-Star break (minimum 50 at-bats).  From the manager: “Stephen was the guy we went to the first day of the season, he’s the guy we went to after the [All-Star] break, and he’s proven why he’s a really good pitcher,” Nats manager Matt Williams said, reinforcing that Strasburg’s still the ace on the pitching staff. On deck: Washington welcomes Baltimore today in a makeup of their July 8 rainout. Tanner Roark (11-6, 2.74 ERA) will make his first career start against the Orioles. (AP/EXPRESS)

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Naked is the new black in reality TV TELEVISION A contestant on a new VH1 dating show didn’t beckon a woman to walk in front of him out of politeness. He wanted to check her out from behind and didn’t need to use his imagination. “Dating Naked” is the latest example of reality television’s newest trend: Nudity is hot, no longer confined to late-night premium cable. Leading the way is Discovery’s “Naked and Afraid,” on which a man and woman who don’t know each other fend for themselves in the wilderness for three weeks without a stitch between them. That program’s success begat VH1’s “Dating Naked” and TLC’s real estate show “Buying Naked,” with more in the planning stages. In a world of endless choices, titillation lures. So does a catchy title, and the word “naked” jumps off the program guide. Brent

Montgomery, who produces the nonfiction hit “Pawn Stars,” which airs on the History channel, said many early fans were drawn in by that title even though the show had nothing to do with the image left in your head. Standards are the same at each show: male and female genitalia are blurred out, along with female breasts. Backsides are fair game. A graphic artist takes about a week to cleanse each episode of “Naked and Afraid.” A strategically placed flowerpot or sofa obscures the nude home shoppers in “Buying Naked.” Beyond the logistics, a show needs more going for it to keep viewers once the novelty of watching naked bodies with blurred body parts wears off. “The secret sauce of our show is not the fact that they’re naked,” said Denise Contis, West Coast head of production and development at Discovery. “I think it’s the storytelling, the cast and a survival experience that’s authentic.” Romance is the point of

8 p.m., today, ABC

More than two dozen alumni of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” appear on the first ever all-star series. The former contestants assemble in Mexico for a summer fling they hope may turn into something bigger.

2 ‘Garfunkel and Oates’ 10 p.m., Thursday, IFC EXPRESS ILLUSTRATION

Nudity is all the rage for producers seeking ways to lure viewers

‘Bachelor in Paradise’

Buying in to the buff Here’s a rundown of how the nude craze has paid off for reality networks. (EXPRESS) ‘Dating Naked’ The series premiere last month earned more than double VH1’s usual audience, and helped the name of a spurned dater trend on Twitter. ‘Naked and Afraid’ The show’s June 2013 debut drew in more than 4 million viewers, making it Discovery’s most-watched series premiere ever. ‘Buying Naked’ The show’s June premiere ratings aren’t available, but it certainly generated buzz for Pasco County, Fla., the “Nudist Capital of America.”

“Dating Naked.” Susan Levison, head of programming at VH1, gave the series a green light her first day on the job last September and hurried to beat competitors to the air. Fox has its own naked dating show in the works but recently put it on hold. “The idea of using nudity as a metaphor for allowing yourself to be truly exposed and truly yourself in the search for love felt really fresh and exciting,” Levison said. That explains why more “naked” pitches are being heard in network boardrooms. “You’ll probably see four or five work and a dozen that don’t work,” Montgomery said.

This scripted series follows a real-life comedy-folk duo (Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci) as they navigate blind dates and obnoxious exes, alongside goofy music videos and more than enough dirty jokes.

3 ‘Outlander’ 9 p.m., Saturday, Starz

In 1945, a woman (Caitriona Balfe, below right) is transported to the 18th century, where she gets involved with the Jacobite rebellion and a handsome Scot (Sam Heughan, below left). (TRIBUNE MEDIA/EXPRESS)

DAVID BAUDER (AP)

TELEVISION

Good old-fashioned vindication

In a new interview with The Guardian, Christina Hendricks revealed her agency dropped her as a client after she took the role of Joan on “Mad Men.” “They said, ‘It’s a period piece, it’s never going to go anywhere,’ ” Hendricks told the newspaper. The actress has since earned five Emmy nominations for her role in the drama, which begins the second half of its seventh and final season next year. (EXPRESS) Disney says Bill Murray will voice Baloo in “The Jungle Book”

Publicist says author Billie Letts died on Saturday at 76

The Wrap reports Spike Jonze will appear on “Girls”

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TRUTV

Paul Feig may direct ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot

This unlucky “Bait Car” contestant probably wishes he didn’t take the bait.

MARC SILVER | BROADCAST MUSE

Steal this ride: ‘Bait Car’ doesn’t let thieves off easy You see a car. The motor’s running. The key’s in the ignition. So the car is saying, “Take me for a ride!” Yeah, technically — er, I mean LEGALLY — it would be against the law. But when I see a dime on the street, I pick it up. Sure, it belongs to someone else, but it’s ON THE STREET! Tell that to the judge. “Bait Car” is a TruTV series I’d never heard of until the New York Times’ “Ethicist” column wrote about it this summer, deeming bait cars, either in real life or on reality TV, “questionable” and “problematic.” (Note: Many bait car thieves turn out to have criminal records.) “Bait Car” aired its fifth

season in 2012 and is no longer in production. But the brilliance that is “Bait Car” lives on in reruns and in snippets on YouTube and trutv.com. In one, three women, unknown to each other, bond when they unite to steal a Cadillac Escalade. One complains that the vehicle is dirty. “Maybe she shouldn’t be stealing cars in her Sunday best,” comments the smug narrator. In other clips, you can see a thief kick his way out of the rear window and run really fast (but not fast enough), and a thief who tells the cops: “Hey, I don’t know whose car it is.” Points for honesty. But as they say in Yiddish, “gornisht helfen” — it won’t help. Read Marc’s previous columns at washingtonpost.com/muse

“Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig is in talks to direct a reboot of “Ghostbusters.” Sources told Variety that the new script will rework the main roles for comedic actresses. The reboot will likely replace “Ghostbusters 3,” which was to be directed by Ivan Reitman before he dropped out in March. (EXPRESS) FILM

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‘Transformers 4’ passes $1 billion mark globally “Transformers: Age of Extinction” became the year’s first film to earn $1 billion at the global box office, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film earned $763.8 million of that revenue abroad. 2011’s “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” was director Michael Bay’s last film to earn more than $1 billion. (EXPRESS)

BOX OFFICE HAUL

$94M

The box office take of “Guardians of the Galaxy” this weekend, making it the fourth Marvel film this year to open to more than $90 million. The Scarlett Johansson thriller “Lucy” took second place, earning $18.3 million, followed by the James Brown biopic “Get on Up,” with $14 million. (AP)

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“I’m starting to accept that 25 is not 16. … Now … I have to do stretches so I don’t hurt my neck from headbanging.”

THINK D.C. HAS HISTORY? TRY JERUSALEM.

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HAYLEY WILLIAMS, telling Rolling Stone that her band Paramore can’t just “go to

Taco Bell, grab a bean burrito and run onstage” anymore on their Monumentour

Family confirms that former “American Idol” contestant Michael Johns died Friday from a blood clot

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“The whole time Beyonce was on mute in that elevator she was coming up with her verse #FlawlessRemix” @GODDESSONIKA tweets everyone’s first

thought after Beyonce suddenly released “Flawless Remix” early Sunday night. Appearing unannounced on the singer’s website after 1 a.m., the song — which features rapper Nicki Minaj — addresses the infamous May elevator incident in which Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles, appeared to attack her husband, Jay Z. “Of course sometimes s--t go down when it’s a billion dollars on an elevator,” Bey sings.

“We have waited for this day for years, often daydreaming of what sort of hellish cage match rumble throw-down would take place when two contestants developed a case of cerebral lockjaw.”

“Joe Biden, just a regular guy who goes skinny dipping” SEBASTIAN PAYNE AT WASHINGTONPOST.COM/

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was justifiably excited when the final round of the “Jeopardy” teen tournament ended in a tie. Jeff Xie and Alan Koolik both amassed $54,200 by the tournament’s end, meaning a tie-breaker was in order. So how did the show declare a champion? With an anticlimactic standard question in which the winner would be the first to buzz in with the correct answer. (Congratulations to champion Xie, right.)

notable tidbit from a new book out Tuesday. In “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents,” author Ronald Kessler claims the vice president enjoys swimming naked. “Agents say that, whether at the vice president’s residence or at his home in Delaware, Biden has a habit of swimming in his pool nude,” Kessler writes. “Female Secret Service agents find the behavior offensive.”

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Scrabble Grams

PAR SCORE 140-150, BEST SCORE 243

Sudoku

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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You’re in search of something that you didn’t know had gone missing until it was too late. You can find it, but you must look in unusual places. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You may not fully understand your own motives, but you feel confident that you can push on without delay. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) A partner has you wondering about your own abilities — not because he or she doubts you, but because he or she wants even more! SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You may be trying to please too many people at once, or to answer too many questions at the same time. Simplify and prevail! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You seem to be lost in a world of your own imagining, and it would be best for you to find your way before too long!

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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You needn’t try to press your own agenda; rather, do as you are told and you will find your way within those rather liberal confines. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Your understanding of the common good will have you making a few unusual decisions, but their value will surely be clear to all.

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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You can go it alone or you can work well as part of a carefully choreographed group effort, but you’re in no mood for improvisation!

88 | 68 TODAY: It looks like a fairly run-of-the-mill summer day to start the work week. We may see sunnier stretches but probably cloudy periods as well. With a warm, somewhat muggy air mass in place, there’s still a slim chance (20 percent) of a shower or storm, mainly in the afternoon or evening.

ARIES (March 21-April 19) It’s not so much your ability to move quickly that will matter, but your ability to stop and change direction with confidence. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You will be forgiven for certain attempts at showing off — for you have the skills, and many people will enjoy the show. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You cannot guarantee success, perhaps, but you can surely guarantee a good time — provided everyone is as fully committed as you are.

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1892: Andrew and Abby Borden are axed to death in their Massachusetts home. Lizzie, Andrew’s daughter, is accused of the killings, but acquitted.

1936: U.S. athlete Jesse Owens, the grandson of a slave, wins the second of his four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics.

1944: Anne Frank, a 15-year-old diarist, and her family are arrested by the Gestapo after hiding for two years in an Amsterdam building.

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DOWN 1 Excite, as interest or curiosity 2 Grown up 3 View from the Left Bank 4 Golden Horde member 5 ___ man out 6 Sturgeon product 7 Carbonated beverage 8 Grin bearer

9 More than hate 10 Small paving stone 11 Recipe directive 12 Malaria symptom 13 Pinochle combo 18 Poetic time after dusk 19 Feeling happy appreciation 23 Turkish commander (Var.) 24 Give money, and expect it back 27 Absolute 28 Kind of computer 29 Stirring solo performance 30 It’s overhead 31 Honer’s target 32 Withdraws (with “out”) 33 Land map part 34 Hard to hang on to 35 Tool for deciduous foliage 36 Cousin of a zebra 37 Gumshoe

39 Send out matter 40 Dell, poetically 44 Revere in history 45 Cluster of nine 46 Diamond side 48 Daisy ___ of Dogpatch 49 Blame for, as a crime 50 Murphy who played Klumps 51 Unloads

52 Secret encounter 53 Lookout, perhaps 54 On the qui ___ (watchful) 55 Macintosh screen symbol 56 Bag-shaped fish trap 57 Prominent ‘70s hairstyle 60 Get ___ of (discard) 61 Words of commitment

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ACROSS 1 Not now or the future 5 Tolkien villains 9 Tea-producing state in India 14 Creative input 15 Not a happy fate 16 Neutral shade 17 Very pleasing 20 Arm counterparts of fibulae 21 Parceled out 22 Continuing indefinitely 25 Van Gogh lost one 26 Primitive percussion instrument 28 Filly, after maturing 32 Collapsible topper 37 Ready for a break 38 Good time for a walk hand-in-hand 41 Chats 42 Become very thin 43 Lid lump 44 Mortal danger

SWEET! 46 Appliance with blades 47 Violent storm 53 Birds of a region 58 Helper, essentially 59 Like some suburban roads 62 Bring to mind 63 Saharalike 64 Masseuse’s supplies 65 Palindromist’s principle 66 Long-gone bird 67 Twiggy digs

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CONCERNED

HOW THEY MET

Fans mostly worried about ticket refunds

She shared her juice box Chloe Grace Moretz is dating Brooklyn Beckham, the oldest son of David and Victoria Beckham, Us Weekly reported. The 17-year-old actress and 15-year-old soccer scion met at a SoulCycle in Santa Monica, Calif. They’ve “gone on a couple dates and are seeing where it goes,” an unnamed source told Us. “They don’t drive, so they had to be chaperoned around,” the source added. “It was very cute.” (EXPRESS)

Sources close to Beyonce and Jay Z are worried that the couple’s reportedly deteriorating marriage could cut their $100 million On the Run Tour short before its scheduled Paris finale next month. The New York Post reported that the tour organizers and four lawyers attended an emergency meeting on Thursday to put out a joint statement on the situation, but Beyonce and Jay Z couldn’t agree on what it would say. The couple’s lawyers have joined them on the road in hopes that the two can work things out before HBO’s special on the tour, which is set to air in September. (EXPRESS)

BAD CHOICES

The party organizers then endorsed the Redskins’ team name

Mischa Barton could lose her Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion, TMZ reported. A default notice obtained by TMZ says she’s missed more than $100,000 in payments. She purchased the home for $6.4 million in 2005 (when “The O.C.” was on the air), and began trying to sell it in 2010. In 2013, she tried to lease it for $35,000 a month. (EXPRESS)

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SHOW IDEAS

HGTV considers ‘Flip Mischa Barton’s House’

The party organizers who banned Bloom were also 15-year-old girls.

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Justin Bieber had Orlando Bloom banned from a Friday party in Ibiza, Spain, The New York Post reported. Bloom arrived at the party after Bieber, and Bieber’s entourage pressured the party’s organizers to not allow Bloom in. The two have been feuding since last week, when Bloom allegedly hit Bieber after Bieber made an impolite remark about Bloom’s ex-wife, Miranda Kerr. (EXPRESS)

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The land of Bieber shouldn’t be so judgey Chris Brown can’t debut his new single with Drake in Toronto today because Canada won’t allow him in due to his criminal convictions, TMZ reported. The OVO Fest concert would have marked the first time Drake and Brown, once enemies, performed together. Both men dated Rihanna, which proved a source of tension. (EXPRESS)

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