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“You get people sticking needles in you, you better trust him.” — L A RRY LY LE S, A PATIENT OF TEX AS ACUPUNCTURIST DR. JEFF TSING, WHO ACCIDENTALLY LEFT A PATIENT ON A TREATMENT TABLE WHEN HE CLOSED HIS CLINIC FOR THE DAY. THE UNNAMED WOMAN HAD TO PULL THE ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLES OUT IN ORDER TO CALL 911. TSING APOLOGIZED.

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Wedding Guests Take Away Nightmares to Last a Lifetime A Pennsylvania bride and groom — dressed as clowns — tied the knot Friday at Clown Fest 2013. Billy Tedeski and Patty Kulwicki were married in Lancaster. The reverend at the ceremony was also dressed in clown garb, as were guests. Tedeski says the couple performs clown routines as a team. (AP)

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Today, President Barack Obama will present Army Staff Sgt. Ty Carter with the Medal of Honor for courageous action during a daylong firefight in Afghanistan in 2009. Carter will be the fifth living recipient to be given the Medal of Honor for actions in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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Saturday’s March on Washington gave young Americans, including Jocelynne Scott, 6, of Alexandria, above left, and Howard University students and alumni a chance to push for reform.

Fast-Food Workers Plan Strike Fast-food workers in the U.S. plan to stage a nationwide strike Thursday asking that their salaries be raised to $15 an hour and that they be allowed to form unions without retaliation. At least eight cities have pledged to strike.

Presidential Meet-Up President Barack Obama will host President Toomas Hendrik Ilves of Estonia, President Dalia Grybauskaite of Lithuania and President Andris Berzins of Latvia on Friday at the White House. The presidents will discuss joint efforts to advance human rights and democratic values.

‘This Is Our Time … Our Moment’ Young activists shine at anniversary of the March on Washington Washington Mary-Pat Hector of Atlanta was operating much like a 1960s civil rights activist as she laid plans for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. She was constantly on the phone as she confirmed event details, tweaked the draft of the speech she would give at Saturday’s rally at the Lincoln Memorial, and prepared for a presentation. Mary-Pat is 15 years old. Just as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery Bus Boycott at age 26 and Rep. John Lewis helped to lead freedom rides at 23, young Americans like Mary-Pat are not letting age get in the way as they seek more than a contributing role in the push for social reform. Saturday’s march included several youth speakers — the youngest, Asean Johnson of Chicago, just 9 years old. Young people were eager to influence this year’s March on Washington, says Jessica Brown, national coordinator for the Black Youth Vote coalition, which organized sev-

Lessons From 1965 Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., the only surviving speaker from the 1963 March on Washington, railed Saturday against a recent Supreme Court decision that effectively erased a key anti-discrimination provision of the Voting Rights Act. Lewis was a leader of a 1965 march where police beat and gassed marchers who demanded access to voting booths. “I gave a little blood on that bridge in Selma, Ala., for the right to vote,” he said. “I am not going to stand by and let the Supreme Court take the right to vote away from us.” (AP)

eral youth events around Saturday’s march to the Lincoln Memorial. “Of course you have the seasoned people who are there,” Brown said. “But you’re starting to see the pickup of the youth saying, ‘This is our time, this is our moment.’ ” In 1963, those “seasoned people” were A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin, who birthed the idea of a Washington march to appeal for jobs and justice that ultimately attracted 250,000 people. Today, the Rev. Al Sharpton and Martin Luther King III, who were 8 and 5 years old, respectively, in 1963, are the veterans who brought thousands to the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday. The King Center has also organized a ceremony for Wednesday, the actual march anniversary, when President Barack Obama will speak. Unlike the narrow focus on jobs and freedom in 1963, this year’s march sought to address an array of issues. Sharpton expanded the march’s original goals — combatting high black and youth unemployment — to include a call for action after the Supreme Court invalidated parts of the Voting Rights Act, and to protest “stand your ground” laws and stopand-frisk police tactics. Sasha Costanza-Chock, an assis-

Meanwhile … Former Secretary of State Colin Powell called the jury verdict that cleared the killer of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin “questionable” and urged President Barack Obama to speak more on issues of race during an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation” that aired Sunday. The first black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said the George Zimmerman verdict soon would be forgotten but said Obama — and all presidents — have a responsibility to discuss the nation’s history of racial injustice. (AP)

tant professor of civic media at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, says young people’s willingness to simultaneously address “multiple dynamics of oppression” shows how youth activism has matured. “You have a lot more young people now talking about … the ways that different structures of race, class, gender and sexuality cannot be fought only one at a time,” CostanzaChock said. “They have to be looked at together and struggled for together.” SHAQUILLE BREWSTER (AP)


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Saving the Sequoias In a bid to save groves of giant sequoias along the remote northwest edge of Yosemite National Park, fire crews cleared brush and set sprinklers over the weekend. The iconic trees can resist fire, but dry conditions are forcing park officials to take extra precautions in the Tuolumne and Merced groves. About three dozen of the trees could be affected. (AP)

mine how it started Aug. 17. The fire is the most critical of a dozen burning across California, officials say. More than 12 helicopters and a half-dozen tankers are dispersing water and retardant, and 2,800 firefighters are on the ground. “This fire has continued to pose every challenge that there can be on a fire: inaccessible terrain, strong winds, dry conditions,” said Daniel Berlant of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. “It’s a very difficult firefight.” BRIAN SKOLOFF AND TR ACIE CONE (AP)

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NEW YORK Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who helped Bill Gates transform the company from a tiny startup into the world’s most valuable business, announced plans Friday to retire sometime in the next year. After the news broke, Microsoft’s stock shot up as much as 9 percent and later came within $2 of a 52-week high. (AP)

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U.S. Considers Next Move in Syrian War There is “very little doubt” that a chemical weapon was used by Syria against civilians in an incident that killed at least 100 people last week, but President Barack Obama has not yet decided how to respond, a senior administration official said Sunday. The official said the U.S. intelligence community based its assessment, which was given to the White House, on “the reported number of victims, reported symptoms of those who were killed or injured,” and witness accounts. The official said the White House believes the Syrian government denied a U.N. investigative team immediate access to the site of last Wednesday’s purported chemical attack in the Damascus suburbs in order to give the evidence of the attack time to degrade. The official said the regime’s

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“We cannot sit still. We’ve got to move and we’ve got to move quickly.” — REP. ELIOT ENGEL , D -N.Y., SPEAKING ON “FOX NEWS SUNDAY” ABOUT WHAT THE U.S. RESPONSE SHOULD BE IN SYRIA. ENGEL SUGGESTED USING CRUISE-MISSILE STRIKES TO DESTROY AIRPORT RUNWAYS, IN CONJUNCTION WITH NATO.

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al way, something that gets their attention.” However, the Tennessee lawmaker said such a response should not involve U.S. troops on the ground. Hagel offered no hints Sunday about likely U.S. responses, telling reporters that the Obama administration was still assessing intelligence about Wednesday’s attack.

U.N. experts have been permitted access to the site of the purported chemical attack.

Mubarak, Islamist Cases Heard Egyptian courts Sunday heard separate court cases against former President Hosni Mubarak and top leaders of his archrival, the Muslim Brotherhood, over allegations of killing protesters in separate instances. Egyptian media portrayed the prosecution of longtime foes as “trials of the two regimes,” a possible attempt to show that both Islamists and secular-leaning Mubarak authoritarian regimes are alike after a July 3 military coup toppled President Mohammed Morsi, a Brotherhood member. In a heavily fortified courtroom in eastern Cairo, Mubarak looked relaxed in dark sunglasses and white clothes as he appeared for

Syria reached an agreement with the United Nations on Sunday to allow a team of international experts to visit the site of an alleged chemical-weapons attack last week outside Damascus, state media and the U.N. said. The world body said that a team of U.N. experts already in Syria has been instructed to focus on investigating Wednesday’s purported attack. An Obama administration official said a belated decision to grant access to the U.N. team would be considered “too late to be credible.” (AP)

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continuing shelling of the site also further corrupts any available evidence of the attack. The purported chemical attack has prompted U.S. naval forces to move closer to Syria. Obama met with his national security team Saturday to assess the intelligence and consider a U.S. military response, almost a year after warning President Bashar Assad’s government that the use of chemical weapons was a “red line” for the United States. The White House had concluded previously that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons in limited incidents, but last week’s attack is suspected of being the deadliest single incident of the Syrian conflict that has killed more than 100,000 people since March 2011. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday that a chemical attack “appears to be what happened.” Speaking on “Fox News Sunday,” Republican Sen. Bob Corker called for the U.S. to respond in a “surgical and proportion-

med Badie and five other members of the Islamist Brotherhood saw their hearings postponed until Oct. 29. The defendants, two of whom are still in hiding and being tried in absentia, face charges stemming from clashes outside the Brotherhood’s Cairo headquarters June 30 that left nine dead. The four in detention were not present in the downtown Cairo courtroom for security reasons. Weeks of mass rallies by Muslim Brotherhood supporters over Morsi’s ouster have weakened over the past days as security forces have detained many Brotherhood leaders. The military-backed government has responded by relaxing curfew hours, trying to signal a return to normalcy across the country. MAGGIE MICHAEL (AP)

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Iraq Attacks Kill 46 as Instability Continues Insurgents bent on destabilizing Iraq killed at least 46 people in numerous attacks scattered around the country Sunday, striking targets as varied as a coffee shop, a wedding party convoy and a carload of off-duty soldiers. Attacks have been on the rise in Iraq since a deadly security crackdown in April on a Sunni protest camp. Many of the victims have been civilians going about their normal business despite the risks. More than 3,000 people have been killed in violence during the past few months, raising fears the country could see an even deadlier, sectarian round of bloodshed similar to what brought the country to the edge of civil war in 2006. (AP)

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In corruption trial, Bo Xilai attacks credibility of ex-aide The defense strategy of fallen Chinese politician Bo Xilai, who is battling accusations of corruption and shielding a murderer, boils down to this: One of the prosecution’s key witnesses is a liar, and the other is crazy. Four days of testimony at the trial, which has offered a glimpse into the shady inner workings of China’s elite, ended Sunday, with Bo assailing his former right-hand man, Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun, much as he had done previously to his wife, the other key witness to testify against him. A court heard allegations over the weekend that Bo abused his power as the Communist Party secretary of the southern megacity of Chongqing to block an investigation into his wife’s murder of a British businessman, as well as to hide his aide’s embarrassing flight

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ACTIVISTS MARCH IN SILENCE to protest last week’s rape of a 22-year-old photojournalist in Mumbai, India. Five men are accused of tying up the woman’s male colleague, then repeatedly raping her. All are in custody.

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Washington For a few terrifying minutes Saturday night, keepers at the National Zoo thought their precious, dayold giant panda cub might be dead. T he zoo’s pa nda ca meras appeared to show the vibrant, squirming cub of Friday now lying silent and unresponsive on the abdomen of its mother, Mei Xiang. Memories of the death of the zoo’s 6-day-old panda cub last Sep-

tember came flooding back. Then the keepers heard robust squealing coming from elsewhere. They realized — to their joy and sorrow — that what they were seeing on camera was the stillborn body of a second cub. As zoo officials recounted the tense moments of Saturday night, senior curator Brandie Smith told of the “five minutes of pure terror,” followed by relief when they realized what had happened. The whole time, Mei Xiang had the first cub tucked under her arm where keepers didn’t notice it until it squealed. Zookeepers were able to give the first cub a 10-minute physical

Upgraded Classrooms Await Some Md. Students Montgomery County, Md. When more than 150,000 Montgomery County students head back to school this morning, many will find new technology in their classrooms. This summer, the school district replaced more than 9,300 computers and installed wireless networks in more than 100 schools. More than 2,000 classrooms will have brand-new interactive whiteboards. The upgrades are part of the county’s move to increase digital learning as it aims to meet new national education standards. “These changes are facilitating important shifts in the ways teachers are teaching and students are learning,” said Sherwin Collette, chief technology officer for Mont-

gomery County Public Schools. By the end of September, all of the county’s schools are expected to have full wireless Internet capabilities. Wireless connectivity will be important in Maryland — and 44 other states — as they administer online exams in 2014 under Common Core State Standards, which is intended to create more consistent educational expectations across the country, rather than having varying requirements from state-to-state. Today is also the first day of classes for many D.C. charter schools and more than 45,000 students in the city’s traditional school system, which has pushed aggressively in recent years to align instruction to Common Core standards. LYNH BUI (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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The giant panda cub, examined for the first time Sunday, weighs 4.8 ounces, and its eyes are still closed.

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NATIONAL CATHEDRAL head stone mason Joe Alonso, right, talks with staff Thursday, the day before the second anniversary of the 5.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the region and damaged the cathedral. A scaffold landing was constructed 75 feet from the floor to make internal repairs.

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The whirlwind of events began at 3:36 p.m. Friday when the zoo’s new high definition panda cams captured Mei Xiang’s water breaking. Keepers waited to see if a twin might arrive but after midnight concluded that a second cub was unlikely. Pandas often have twins, but they usually arrive within about six hours of each other. The second cub’s birth 26 hours after the first was highly unusual, zoo officials said. Murray said the second cub’s physical deformities were extensive. It was missing part of its upper skull, brain, eyes and the upper jaw. MICHAEL E. RUANE (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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exam Sunday morning and found it to be in excellent health. Chief veterinarian Dr. Suzan Murray said it felt like a strong kitten, “much stronger than I had anticipated.” The cub had a full stomach, and veterinarians reported that it has been digesting its food, zoo spokeswoman Pamela Baker-Masson said. Its heartbeat is steady, and its lungs appear to be functioning properly. Zoo officials also do not yet know the cub’s sex. The zoo was able to get a mouth swab, from which DNA may be extracted and used to establish paternity. Mei, 15, was inseminated in March with semen from two male giant pandas.

MANUEL BALCE CENETA (AP)

Mei Xiang gives birth to one healthy cub and a stillborn twin

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The controversy over academic testing has spread to an unlikely frontier in Washington: preschool. Some D.C. parents are protesting a proposal by the city’s public charter school board to rank preschools based largely on how children as young as 3 are performing on reading and math tests. The board set out to provide a clearer picture of how charter schools compare with one another. It also wants to provide educators with a way to measure progress toward the goal of better preparing children for school. But as of Saturday, more than 200 parents had signed a petition asking the board to take a broader look at school quality and put more weight on social and emotional development. “People are going to focus on what is measured,” said Luba Vangelova, a parent who spoke against the plan. “This is going to steal time away from the things that really matter, like play and exploration.” MICHAEL ALISON CHANDLER (THE WASHINGTON POST)


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Membership Program Deals Some retailers offer deals on their membership programs. Amazon gives college students free two-day shipping for six months if they sign up at amazon.com/ joinstudent. After that, you can sign up for Amazon Prime for $39 a year, almost half off its regular price of $79 a year. Amazon Prime members receive free twoday shipping, free instant stream-

ing of select movies and TV shows, and one free e-book loan a month. Sam’s Club, the membershiponly warehouse club, gives college students a $15 gift card if they renew or sign up for a new membership.

Food Discounts Many fast-food companies, such as Subway and Dairy Queen, offer discounts, but not all stores participate. Fast-food restaurants are often owned by individuals and not the parent company. The companies can’t enforce the discount. So ask at the counter whether they offer any discounts.

… and Much More Stores and restaurants near your campus might offer discounts, too. Check your school’s website to see whether it has a list of shops that offer deals, or ask the store’s employees when you’re there. Do a quick Internet search for a store and the words “student discount” before you head out. You can also search “student discount” at retailmenot.com for newer or limited discounts, says Trae Bodge, a senior editor at the online coupon and deals company. JOSEPH PISANI (AP)


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In Schools, a Call to Arm In first full year since Newtown, more officers with guns are on patrol

“If it were 20, 30 years ago, you might go, ‘Is that really necessary?’ ” But after Sandy Hook, “it does bring a little peace of mind.”

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— RENEE LINDBERG, WHO HAS THREE CHILDREN IN PEMBROKE PINES, FLA., SCHOOLS — EACH NOW STAFFED WITH A FULL-TIME ARMED

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Dara Van Antwerp, a new school resource officer at an elementary school in Pembroke Pines, Fla., patrols the halls last week.

Laterrica Luther holds the hand of her 6-year-old nephew in Decatur, Ga., last Tuesday as buses pulled up to reunite students with loved ones following an incident.

A Nationwide Push

DAVID GOLDMAN (AP)

In the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., suburb of Pembroke Pines, students returning to school this year are being greeted not only by their teachers and principal. They’re also meeting the armed school resource officer who will be stationed permanently on campus. Crime in this middle-class community has been on a steady decline, but city officials decided to place a police officer at every elementary, middle and high school after a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., last year. In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook massacre, many districts across the nation are increasing the number of school resource officers on campus and, in some, permitting teachers to carry concealed weapons. An armed security presence is now standard in many middle and high schools, but it has been a rarity at elementary schools. Few districts can afford to place a resource officer at every elementary school because there are so many schools and they tend to have fewer incidents requiring a police response. Bernard James, a professor at California’s Pepperdine University, said one clear trend among legislation introduced since Newtown has been the assessment of the security of elementary school campuses. There are more than 67,000 elementary schools nationwide, more than twice the number of middle and high schools combined. Sandy Hook Elementary had all the standard safeguards and more,

Last Week’s Weapon: Words An elementary school bookkeeper was hailed as a hero last week after she persuaded a gunman to surrender during a standoff and shooting Tuesday in Decatur, Ga. President Barack Obama phoned Antoinette Tuff to thank her and later said, “She probably saved a lot of lives, including the life of the potential perpetrator.” Police and school officials said that Tuff’s quick thinking and empathetic demeanor helped head off a tragedy after she was taken captive by Michael Brandon Hill. That has led some, including Washington Post columnist Petula Dvorak, to say that Tuff’s ability to use words instead of weapons offers a counterpoint to efforts to arm teachers or add armed guards to schools. Hill had an AK-47-style rifle and nearly 500 rounds of ammunition, police said. No one was hurt. (AP/E XPRESS)

Lawmakers in every state introduced school-safety legislation this year, and in at least 20 states, those proposals became law, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. A Franklin County, Ala., law authorizes a volunteer, emergency security force at schools. A Missouri law authorizes state employees to keep firearms in a vehicle on state property, if the car is locked and the weapon is OK’d by authorities and not visible. (AP)

including a locked, video-monitored front door. It did not have a school resource officer. Instead, like most districts, there were police officers at nearby middle and high schools. Advocates cite many advantages to having an officer stationed at school: Students who see or hear something suspicious immediately know whom to tell; the mere presence of an officer can deter would-

be attackers; and if a gunman does attack, a school resource officer is already there to respond, saving critical minutes between a 911 call and dispatchers mobilizing police. “That first, immediate shot, chances are nobody is going to be able to stop,” said Kevin Quinn, president of the National Association of School Resource Officers. “The difference is going to be responding to it.” Quinn said his group has trained twice as many new officers as last year, more than 90 since January. While some question the need for an armed presence on campus, arming teachers and others when a school resource officer can’t be hired is even more controversial. At least three states have passed laws allowing teachers to carry handguns on campus. Quinn and others worry that an armed teacher may actually put kids more at risk, rather than protect them. If a shooter did come on campus, for example, teachers might have to choose between safeguarding students and leaving them to respond to an incident. An armed teacher on campus also could hamper a responding officer’s ability to ID a gunman, Quinn said. “Who’s the bad guy?” he said. “Who’s the teacher with the gun?” CHRISTINE ARMARIO (AP)


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Sports Scott Holds On As Field Falters Masters champion Adam Scott won The Barclays on Sunday after everyone around him did their best to lose it. Scot t closed with a 5-under 66. Kevin Chappell had a twoshot lead through 10 holes and went Scott 7 over the rest of the way. Justin Rose three-putted the 18th. Tiger Woods, who had a back spasm on the 13th hole, birdied the 16th and 17th to get within one, but his 25-foot birdie off the 18th green stopped just short. And Gary Woodland missed three straight birdie attempts inside 10 feet. (AP)

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TV Lineup TENNIS (1 P.M., ESPN) The U.S. Open has first-round action with Rafael Nadal and Venus Williams playing in the afternoon. Serena Williams and Roger Federer are the main attractions tonight. SOCCER (2:55 P.M., NBCSN) Two of the top English Premier League teams face off as Manchester United hosts Chelsea.

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Nationals starter Dan Haren allowed four runs in the first inning in Sunday’s loss to the Kansas City Royals. The Nationals ended a 10-game road trip with a 6-4 record.

Bad Start Ruins End of Trip Nats get down early, and comeback falls short in series finale Nationals The Washington Nationals fought back to erase a four-run deficit, but the Kansas City Royals scored two runs in the eighth inning to win 6-4 on Sunday. Salvador Perez homered in the Royals’ four-run first inning, then drove in the tie-breaking run to help Kansas City end a seven-game skid. With two out and a runner on first, and the game tied 4-4 in the eighth, Billy Butler hit a hard grounder that first baseman Adam LaRoche knocked down. The ball rolled several feet to his right, and when reliever Craig Stammen was

Harper Doesn’t Stay Down Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper fouled a ball off his foot during his sixth-inning at-bat. After a trainer and manager Davey Johnson came out to check on the 20-year-old, Harper got up off the ground and hobbled back into the batter’s box. Then he singled later in that at-bat, hit a game-tying, two-run homer in his next time up, and threw out a base runner at the plate in the eighth inning. (E XPRESS)

late to cover the bag, the slow-running Butler kept the inning going by chugging to first with an infield single. Stammen then walked Mike Moustakas on four pitches and Perez hit a hard grounder to shortstop Ian Desmond. He bobbled the ball momentarily and his throw to third was late, allowing the tie-breaking run to cross the plate on what was first ruled a fielder’s choice and

then changed to an infield single before David Lough’s RBI single made it 6-4. Stammen took the loss and was part of a shaky defense that led to the Nationals’ first defeat in their past six road games. Royals starter Ervin Santana was handed a 4-0 lead after the first inning but gave up three home runs, including Bryce Harper’s two-run

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shot with two outs in the seventh that tied it 4-4. Washington starter Dan Haren entered the game 4-0 in six career starts in Kauffman Stadium and had never allowed more than two earned runs in Kansas City, but that quickly changed. After a rough first inning, Haren settled down and allowed four runs on eight hits in seven innings pitched. The Nationals f inished a 10-game trip at the Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves and Royals with a 6-4 record. They open a three-game series at home against the Marlins on Tuesday. DOUG TUCKER (AP)

A Wish Come True: Before Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Twins, Niko Lanzarotta — an 8-year-old Cleveland Indians fan with cerebral palsy — asked Carlos Santana and Jason Kipnis, left, if they would hit home runs for him. And both sluggers granted that wish. Santana, who is Niko’s favorite player, hit a two-run homer in the first. Kipnis added a two-run shot in the third. Niko’s night was made complete when the Indians defeated the Twins 7-2. (AP)


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The Washington Redskins improved to 3-0 in the preseason with a 30-7 win over the Buffalo Bills on Saturday in a game that likely represented a last look at the starters until the Sept. 9 season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles. It wasn’t a typical third preseason game, which usually showcases first-stringers into the third quarter. Because of the short turnaround following last Monday’s game, starters basically played just one quarter. But there still was plenty to take away. MIKE JONES (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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5 Observations From the Redskins’ Win 1. Running back competition

2. Poise on defense

3. Pass-rush packages

4. Battle for No. 3 quarterback

5. Forbath clearly the top kicker

Things definitely appear to have taken shape in the backfield, where Roy Helu Jr. has emerged as the clear-cut, change-of-pace running back behind Alfred Morris, who had another strong performance in limited action. Helu presents a speedier threat. He isn’t as good as Morris in picking up the tough yards, but his abilities in the open field are evident. This is a good combo for the Redskins.

Some of the talk entering this game centered on how the Bills’ up-tempo offense would give the Redskins a good test in advance of their date with the Eagles, and Washington’s defense appeared to handle this challenge with ease. Veterans credited London Fletcher’s leadership and their own strong communication skills. The Redskins also did well against the Bills’ option plays.

Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett continues to exhibit creativity on his fast nickel packages, and he’s succeeding in his goal of getting all of his pass-rushers on the field at the same time. Darryl Tapp and rookie Brandon Jenkins have done well to make quick transitions to Washington’s scheme, and both recorded sacks against Buffalo. “You can never have too many passrushers,” Haslett often says.

Rex Grossman demonstrated why coaches value him so much as he moved the starting offense up and down the field with ease and demonstrated a great command as he directed scoring drives of 86 and 70 yards to open the game. Pat White also directed a touchdown drive and showed his ability in the zone-read packages, but he just doesn’t have the feel that Grossman does.

The Redskins brought in John Potter over the offseason to compete with Kai Forbath, but the kicking job is securely in Forbath’s possession. Forbath remains clutch on field goals, nailing a 54-yarder on Saturday, and he exhibited improved leg strength, recording two touchbacks against the Bills. If he can do that on a consistent basis, Washington will be just fine.

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Roger Federer faces Grega Zemlja in his first-round match today at the U.S. Open.

Federer in a Fight With Father Time 32-year-old believes he can revert back to 7 major-winning form Tennis These two numbers are not the sort that Roger Federer likes to see beside his name: One of them — his age, 32 — he cannot control. The other — his ranking, No. 7 — he insists he can. “People are going to say what they like,” Federer said Saturday, two days before his first-round match at the U.S. Open. “Important is that I concentrate on my game and that the passion is there, that I work the right way, that I’m prepared, and that I feel like I can win a tournament.” In June, the five-time U.S. Open champion exited Wimbledon in the second round, the earliest he’d been dismissed from a major tournament since the 2003 French Open. Starting with that loss, his season has included a steady diet of defeats that would have once been considered freakish and a withdrawal from a tournament that went

The ranking of five-time U.S. Open champion Roger Federer, the biggest number next to his name at a Grand Slam tournament since 2003, the year he started on his record-setting run of 17 majors.

unexplained. All these factors point toward an obvious conclusion: Age is taking its toll on the most decorated men’s player ever. But Federer doesn’t envision quite such a grim picture. A bad back that might help explain some of his summer doldrums is no longer bothering him. His ranking may have dropped from third to seventh in the nine weeks between Wimbledon and the Open — where his first-round match is today against 61st-ranked Grega Zemlja — but Federer considers himself fit enough to contend. “Now I can really say I’m really just focused on the point for point, and that’s why I’m not concerned,” he said. “My back problem is not that major. I just need to make sure I don’t have any bad moments in the future.” EDDIE PELLS (AP)

“I just said, ‘You know, I’ll go back to the racket I know and the racket I have won everything with.’ ” — ROGER FEDERER, WHO HAD BEEN WORKING WITH A NEW, SLIGHTLY LARGER RACKET, BUT WAS UNABLE TO FIGURE OUT THE NUANCES OF THE PROTOTYPE AND DECIDED TO SHELVE THE EXPERIMENT UNTIL AFTER THE U.S. OPEN

Little League Baseball Ryusei Hirooka lined a decisive tworun double in the bottom of the fifth inning, Shunpei Takagi hit two solo home runs, and Tokyo beat Chula Vista, Calif., 6-4 on Sunday to win the Little League World Series. It was the 14th championship game for Japan, which was making its fourth straight appearance in the title game, and ninth title. California, making its 23rd championship

MATT SLOCUM (AP)

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Japan’s Shunpei Takagi hit two solo home runs against California on Sunday.

game appearance, has won seven World Series titles. Giancarlo Cortez had a two-run single and Grant Holman an RBI single for Chula Vista. Trailing 4-3 after Cortez’s clutch single in the fourth, Japan tied it on Takagi’s second homer and won it when Hirooka lined a 2-2 pitch down the left-field line for a double. California beat Westport, Conn., 12-1 in the U.S. championship game Saturday, while Japan beat Mexico 3-2 for the international title. (AP)

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The Unveiling Kanye West on Friday revealed a photo of baby North West 27

TV TONIGHT 8 P.M.

‘American Ninja Warrior’ (NBC) The top finishers from the regional competitions arrive in Vegas for the finals. New obstacles — the Giant Cycle, Rope Glider and Timbers — await them on a course modeled after Mount Midoriyama, the ultimate challenge in the Japanese show that inspired the series.

Rockin’ at the Opera Personalities from pop music turn to an unlikely genre to indulge their creativity

The Police’s Stewart Copeland, third from right, recently staged his fourth opera, “The Tell-Tale Heart,” in England. The drummer is currently at work composing his fifth opera.

9 P.M.

‘Glickman’ (HBO) Many know Marty Glickman, below, from his work in broadcasting from the 1940s through the 1980s. This documentary tells the story of how the Jewish-American sprinter wasn’t allowed to compete for the U.S. in the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin because of anti-Semitism.

11 P.M.

‘Summer Camp’ (USA) The campers get wound up as the competition winds down. During the Camp Social, the remaining women offer the guys a deal that will protect their position in the game while ousting an unpopular member of the men’s team.

11 P.M.

‘Olbermann’ (ESPN2) Keith Olbermann, above, the famously polarizing former host of MSNBC’s “Countdown,’’ is back in the ESPN family with this late-night sports series that mixes commentary with interviews and panel discussions. (TRIBUNE MEDIA)

Led Zeppelin fans found a new reason to dislike opera this year — if they cared enough about opera to dislike it in the first place. Choosing it over rock, the iconic band’s bass player, John Paul Jones, scotched the most recent round of rumors about a possible reunion concert next year. “2014 is full of opera for me at the moment,” Jones said. He isn’t planning on going to operas, or listening to them. He is writing one. It’s based on the short play “The

“When you do something as engrossing as opera, every time you figure something out, you want to get it better next time.” — STE WA RT COPEL A ND OF THE POLICE

Ghost Sonata” by the 19th-century Swedish playwright and author August Strindberg. Jones is one of a number of rock musicians trying their hands at opera. Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters spent years writing and reworking the French Revolution epic “Ca Ira,” released as a recording in 2005 and performed a couple of times since. Stewart Copeland of The Police recently attended the American premiere of his fourth opera (a one-act setting of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”) and is working on his fifth. And Damon Albarn, of Blur and

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Gorillaz, may be the most successful of all. His “Monkey: Journey to the West,” which opened in 2007, just ran at New York’s Lincoln Center Festival, and his “Dr. Dee” made a splash at the Manchester Festival in 2011 and was performed at the English National Opera during the London Olympics in 2012. Classical music purists dismiss this kind of thing as a gimmick. And the naysayers can point to history to back them up: Rock musicians exploring classical genres have not exactly produced a string of masterpieces (think Paul McCartney’s

treacly “Liverpool Oratorio” or Billy Joel’s undistinguished “Fantasies and Delusions,” a CD of solo piano works). But what’s interesting about many of these recent attempts is that they aren’t one-offs. Evidently, some serious musicians from outside the operatic canon, such as Copeland and Albarn, are looking to opera as a genre that allows a kind of artistic freedom and creativity not possible in other arenas, and they’re deepening their relationships with it. For a musician coming to the medium for the first time, the term “opera” indicates one more

thing: status. Sure, as Copeland says, “Opera is at the bottom of the food chain in terms of what people could give a rat’s a-- about in the world.” But, he says, “opera is … the highest mountain to climb if you’re growing as a musician, figuring out new things to do with your instrument. People like John Paul Jones or Roger Waters want to get beyond the four-piece band. Both those guys were in outfits that completely exploded the boundaries of what bands were supposed to do, and yet there’s still more.” ANNE MIDGET T (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Opera for Everyone “Opera as a form can go forward and allow people to use these incredible facilities to find something new,” Gorillaz’s Damon Albarn, left, told reporters at a news event at the English National Opera last fall. “At some point, I hope I can deliver something to the ENO that ticks every single box but doesn’t compromise where I come from as well. If you can do that, you’ll truly get a new audience in here because it will make sense to everybody.” (TWP)


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The best things to do this week Find more events for your weekend in Thursday’s Weekend Pass.

TUESDAY

A crowd of thousands gathered around the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall on Aug. 28, 1963.

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Gridiron gameplay is more realistic than ever in “Madden NFL 25,” ($59.99, Xbox 360, PS3), which is celebrating 25 years of keeping football fans occupied until the real NFL season starts.

Thousands flocked to D.C. on Aug. 28, 1963, for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Go back in time this week: “March for Jobs and Justice”: Assemble at 600 New Jersey Ave. NW at 8 a.m. and start marching at 9 a.m. The march will be led by citizens who attended the 1963 march. Free; 50thanniversarymarchonwashington.com. (Union Station) “Let Freedom Ring”: Bell-ringings are planned nationwide at 3 p.m. EDT, around the time Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. President Barack Obama and others are slated to speak throughout the day. Lincoln Memorial, 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle NW; 11:30 a.m.–4 p.m., free; officialmlkdream50.com. Commemoration: The Smithsonian hosts an open mic session for sharing memories of the march and will show footage from the event. National Museum of American History, 1400 Constitution Ave. NW; 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., free; 202-633-1000, americanhistory.si.edu. (Smithsonian)

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Russian ballet god Vaslav Nijinsky wowed early-20thcentury audiences before mental illness forced his retirement at age 29. In the one-man show Nijinsky’s Last Dance, he relives his past while fending off his demons. In Slovenian with English surtitles. Mead Theatre Lab

Megan and Liz are YouTube sensations doing the Taylor Swift thing — writing catchy songs about ex-boyfriends, as their single “Release Me” demonstrates. The Hamilton,

Ethan Hawke, below, must follow the orders of a mysterious kidnapper to save his wife in “Getaway.” Selena Gomez comes along for the ride.

MONDAY

This could be terrifying and will definitely be funny: Flying V Theatre transforms 37 Craigslist ads into theater in “The Best of Craigslist.” The Kennedy Center promises “puppets, ukuleles and a bedazzled loin cloth.” Pick up tickets in the States Gallery starting at 5:30 p.m. Kennedy

Get up close and personal with Europe’s hottest boy band, below, in the 3-D “One Direction: This Is Us.”

Center, 2700 F St. NW; today, 6 p.m., free; 202-467-4600, kennedy-center .org. (Foggy Bottom)

MONDAY

Sportswriter Dave Zirin joins Kye Allums, a former college basketball star who was born female but now identifies as a man, to discuss LGBT issues in sports. The subject is covered in Zirin’s book, “Game Over,” about the broader issue of politics in sports. Busboys and Poets, 2021 14th St. NW; today, 6:30 p.m., free; 202-3877638, busboysandpoets.com. (U Street)

Now that the fervor surrounding “Call Me Maybe” has died down, Carly Rae Jepsen is in town to remind audiences of a time when candidates for song of the summer weren’t required to have a guest spot for Pharrell Williams. Wolf Trap, Filene Center, 1551 Trap Road, Vienna; Wed., 7 p.m., $30-$125; 703-255-1868, wolftrap.org.

THURSDAY

The title of country star Luke Bryan’s new album invites listeners to “Crash My Party.” Just don’t take that literally and try to crash the Merriweather gates. Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, Md.; Thu., 5:30 p.m., $45-$199; 410-7155550, merriweathermusic.com.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY

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WEDNESDAY

Revisit the most underappreciated achievement of Michael Jordan’s career with a screening of “Space Jam,” the film that combines basketball, Looney Tunes and aliens. Landmark E Street Cinema, 555 11th St. NW; Fri. and Sat., 11:59 p.m., $9; 202-452-7672, landmarktheatres.com. (Metro Center)

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Tonya says. One night, James took her downtown at 1 a.m. “No one else was in sight. I thought he was crazy. He proposed on a bench outside the U.S. Botanic Garden.” MOST HATED CLOTHING ITEM: His tennis shoes with the hole in the top. PET NAMES: “Honey Bear” and “Wifey Boo.” MOST STUPID FIGHT: “She asked me to pick her up from the hair salon. I had to wait in the parking lot for an hour.” WHEN HE KNEW: They had been together, long distance, for five months. “She cried when I had to leave Maryland to go back home. Needless to say, I called in sick and stayed an extra day.”

THE MAIN EVENT: The couple will tie the knot Aug. 30 in Oxon Hill, Md. HOW THEY MET: Online. FIRST DATE: Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. They had dinner at Hard Rock Cafe, caught a comedy show and spent the rest of the evening walking and talking. HOW HE PROPOSED: “D.C. is always crowded, so we always joke that we want to have D.C. to ourselves,”

Myisha Caldwell, Stacey Williams Myisha, 28, and Stacey, 29, are both security specialists for branches of the U.S. government. They live in Burtonsville, Md. THE MAIN EVENT: They married this past Sunday in Rose Haven, Md. HOW THEY MET: At Morgan State University during a summer college

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program. “When he received a higher grade on an assignment, I was upset and had to express my feelings to him,” Myisha says. FIRST DATE: More than five years later, Stacey found Myisha on Facebook. By that weekend, they had a date scheduled. HOW HE PROPOSED: With a customdesigned ring inside a box inside a box inside a box … and so on. MOST HATED CLOTHING ITEM: “I wish his cargo pants would get lost

in the dryer.” “I wish her granny dresses would disappear.” PET NAMES: He is “Smiles” or “Smiley Face,” “because he is always smiling, and his smile lights up the room.” WHEN THEY KNEW: “When I saw him accept my daughter as his own, I knew he was the one I was waiting for,” Myisha says. “I knew during that summer program. I knew that if I ever got the chance to make her mine, I would marry her.”

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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Cash flow may be an issue, perhaps because you’ve become interested in an activity that is more expensive than you expected. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You’re after certainty, and the feeling of security and confidence it brings, but today it’s likely to elude you. Keep on asking questions. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Random events keep you guessing, but if you pay attention long enough, you’ll sense a pattern. Then, you will have something to work with. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Your desire to control what goes on around you, in ways both large and small, may keep you from focusing on the real issue at hand. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You’ll be playing “connect the dots” for much of the day, but what you learn as the picture takes shape will prove satisfying.

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Friday’s Solution

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Focus on conserving resources. Inspiration may be in short supply for a while, so you must rely on your sense of responsibility. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You’re in no mood for resistance, so you’ll want to be sure you do not follow a path that takes you into a rival’s territory.

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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) The more detailed your plans are, the more likely you will be to have a contingency plan for when things don’t go as expected.

DAILY CODE

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87 70 Today: Sunny to partly cloudy today. Partly cloudy tonight.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Some things may seem obvious to you and not to others. Your discernment can make the difference in several key endeavors.

CANCER (June 21-July 22) You’re tempted to do something different with your time, but you still have certain responsibilities to fulfill. Use care.

Forecast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19) The more you know what’s at stake, the more you’ll be willing to do what is necessary to ensure a positive outcome.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You’ll want to avoid even the slightest error, especially early in the day when you are settling in and reaching your stride.

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92 75 Tomorrow: Humid tomorrow and tomorrow night with a thunderstorm in spots.

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The island volcano Krakatoa begins erupting, leading to a massive explosion the following day.

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The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, guaranteeing American women’s right to vote, is certified by Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby.

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New Jersey Gov. William T. Cahill announces that the New York Giants football team will move into a sports complex to be built in East Rutherford.

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Miley Cyrus’ Fiance Sends Blatant ‘Dump Me’ Signal White Castle wants to honor Liam Hemsworth for eating 45 White Castle burgers in one sitting, then throwing them up. A White Castle rep told TMZ that the chain was impressed by Hemsworth’s feat and thus wants to induct the actor into its White Castle Hall of Fame and donate $20,000 to a charity of his choice. (EXPRESS)

Students Learned Valuable Lesson About Trust New York’s attorney general sued Donald Trump for $40 million on Saturday, saying Trump helped run a phony “Trump University” that promised to make students rich but instead steered them into expensive and mostly useless seminars. (AP)

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Aww, a New Loved One to Pick Fights With the Media About Alec Baldwin’s wife has given birth to a baby girl. Hilaria Baldwin tweeted the news Friday night. She said the family is overjoyed and that Carmen Gabriela “is absolutely perfect.” Alec Baldwin is also dad to Ireland, 17, from his previous marriage to actress Kim Basinger. On her Twitter account, Ireland Baldwin welcomed her sister into the world and linked to a blog post with 10 pieces of advice for the newborn. (AP)

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Oz and Phil Are All Like, ‘Who’s This Clown?’ Music producer Dr. Luke (real name Lukasz Gottwald) will join Keith Urban and Jennifer Lopez on “American Idol’s” latest judging panel, E! News reported. The rumors began after will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas turned down the position. Justin Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, was also rumored to have been up for the job. Dr. Luke has worked on such hits as Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” and Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok.” (EXPRESS)

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North West has made her television debut. Kanye West showed a photo Friday of his 2-month-old daughter with Kim Kardashian on Kris Jenner’s Fox show, “Kris.” The family matriarch also posted an image of her granddaughter on Twitter. Though cameras constantly follow the Kardashian clan, this is the first time the newest member of the family has been publicly unveiled. West acknowledged that being a new dad isn’t easy: “I’m supposed to be this musical genius and everything, but I really can’t work the car seat that well.” (AP)


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