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Revelers kiss Saturday during the “Bloco da Lama”, a mud carnival, in Paraty, Brazil. The carnival started in 1986 with teenagers playing with mud and has become a traditional event in the historic city.
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An environmental group wants couples to think of wild animals before indulging in Valentine’s Day romance. The Center for Biological Diversity gave out endangered species condoms at the Carnegie Science Center’s Valentine’s event in Pittsburgh. The wrappers had slogans like, “Can’t refrain? Think of the whooping crane,” and, “Before it gets any hotter ... remember the sea otter.” The center aims to show how population growth hurts wildlife. (AP)
You likely wouldn’t want to stay at the Green Roof Inn, but a Florida sheriff says rooms are always available. In fact, a new retro, neon sign purchased with seized drug assets features a blinking “vacancy” light. Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly dubbed the county jail the Green Roof Inn. A sign lists the amenities, which include group bathrooms. “Guests” also get free shuttle service to court as well as color-coordinated jumpsuits. (AP)
An online adjunct professor incorrectly told a student that Australia isn’t a country and gave her a failing grade, prompting Southern New Hampshire University to replace the instructor. The student, assigned to pick a country for a study of social norms, chose Australia but was failed for selecting a continent. Australia, of course, is both a country and continent. The university apologized and wished the Aussies good luck in the Olympics. (AP)
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FORT BELVOIR, VA Ashley Hartwell’s hand-painted eyes are bloodshot. She has sweat running down her cheek. She’s an image of a U.S. Army military police soldier on a hot day in Ramadi during the war in Iraq in 2006. And although she is made of acrylic resin and stands motionless in a wooden crate wrapped in clear plastic, she looks ready. The simulated MP, modeled on actual Iraq veteran Hartwell, is among 54 ghostly figures from the Army’s past, waiting for the summons to step into the service’s $200 million museum, which is under construction outside Fort Belvoir, Va. The National Museum of the United States Army is designed to be the service’s flagship museum when it opens late next year, or the year after, officials said. And as such it will include some of the most powerful artifacts from the Army’s history, as well as the model soldiers. The museum has already selected 1,300 “micro” artifacts and 19 “macro” artifacts
Clockwise from top left: The U.S. Army Historical Museum will feature life-size figures in military uniforms, a WWI horse gas mask, a K-Ration Breakfast Box from WWII and the dress cap of Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
— including a World War II Sherman tank and a bullet-pocked World War I tank — for inclusion. The tiny Bible that POW Mel Nesteby carried on the Bataan Death March will be there, plus an “Abridged Prayer Book for Jews” from World War I and Army Sgt. Gary Uchida’s World War II musings scrawled on the sides of his canvas travel bag. Pvt. Melvin Nesteby, a devout
21-year-old Minnesota farm boy, had the tiny pocket Bible with him when he was captured by the Japanese in the Philippines in 1942. He carried it on the notorious Bataan Death March, through years of brutal captivity, and to his liberation in 1945. “That’s what carried me through for nearly five years,” Nesteby said in 2005 during an interview for the Veterans
History Project at the Library of Congress. “When we looked for items, we didn’t look for the grandest things,” said Patrick R. Jennings, the museum’s chief of programs and education. “When you see a helmet in there ... that helmet may have been at Normandy. It’s not the battle that makes it special. … It’s the soldier that wore it. MICHAEL E. RUANE (THE WASHINGTON POST)
Restaurateurs to settle their Super Bowl bet Unfortunately for The Salt Line co-owner Jeremy Carman, he will be trading in his beloved Patriots jersey for an Eagles shirt today when he shows up to Taylor Gourmet to make good on a bet. Carman will be working the grill at the 19th Street NW location of Eagles superfan, Casey Patton’s co-owned sandwich shop. He’ll have to shout “Fly, Eagles, fly!” with every order. This bet also gives back: Taylor Gourmet is donating $1 from every cheesesteak made from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today to support pediatric cancer research. (TWP)
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Agency considers two maglev train routes
D.C. man gets 35 years for fatal Metro stabbing
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TRANSPORTATION Transportation officials have narrowed to two the number of possible routes for a superconducting maglev train line that would take passengers from Washington to Baltimore in 15 minutes — inching closer to reality a project that some still dismiss as unrealistic. With the pool of route alignments down to two, the Federal Railroad Administration, which is leading a federal review process, can move to select a preferred route and construction process. The federal government’s next step would be giving the clearance for tunneling to begin as early as 2020 and operations in 2027. That’s what project proponents are betting on, anyway. But upon completion of the environmental impact statement in mid-2019, the FRA could also rule against building the line — the wish of many residents along the route’s path. Northeast Maglev, the team of private investors behind the project, touts the line as a way to ease travel along congested Interstate 95. Chiefly, the group says, it would add rail capacity to the Northeast Corridor — the nation’s busiest — while the technology would revolutionize train travel, bringing it closer to
A planned maglev train line — like the one above at the Yamanashi Maglev Test Track in Japan — could go from Washington to Baltimore in 15 minutes.
flying, and free of the delays that plague today’s railroads. “Our infrastructure is crying out for some kind of change,” Wayne Rogers, chief executive of Northeast Maglev, told a panel of Maryland lawmakers this month. The 40-mile rail line is planned as the first leg of a system that would move people from Washington to New York in an hour. Building the D.C.-Baltimore stretch could cost between $10 billion and $12 billion; Northeast Maglev says it has secured $5 billion from partners in Japan. In recent months, the FRA eliminated about 10 other routes that had been reviewed as part of the proposal. The eliminated routes would have had the most impact on communities, and some would have necessitated the leveling of hundreds of homes.
The two remaining routes parallel the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. On the east side, the route would encroach on federal land, including the parkway, the National Security Agency at Fort Meade and NASA in Greenbelt. Northeast Maglev officials say this is their preferred option. On the west side, the rail line would track along the edge of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway right of way and affect some residential properties. About 75 percent of the route would run underground — some 80 feet to 100 feet beneath, project officials say. Northeast Maglev estimates the project will create 74,000 construction jobs during the seven-year building period and 1,500 permanent positions once the system is operational. LUZ LAZO (THE WASHINGTON POST)
Dead coyotes found hanging in rural areas Prowling coyotes have become so prevalent in rural Virginia that some residents are stringing up carcasses from tree branches. A photographer traveling the back roads of Shenandoah Valley last week captured images of a dozen dead coyotes swaying from a roadside tree in West Augusta. Mike Fies, a wildlife biologist with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, said there are no population-control benefits to stringing up dead coyotes. He said the practice is possibly a holdover from the days when ranchers were paid bounties for each carcass. “Recognizing that coyotes can sometimes cause significant livestock damage in some areas, their carcasses should still be respectfully disposed of,” he said. (AP)
VA. GOP’S OFFER TO FUND METRO
The amount Virginia House Republican leaders are offering Metro in additional funding in what they billed as a low-cost plan that rules out tax increases and requires the agency to tighten its spending as a condition for getting additional money. The legislation falls short of the approximately $150 million per year the agency says it needs from Virginia. But Metro and its supporters were pleased that the Republican lawmakers appear to be serious about approving increased revenue. (TWP)
U.S. marshals seek suspected MS-13 member indicted in homicide in Frederick County, Md.
A D.C. man whom authorities said battled severe mental illness was sentenced to 35 years in prison Friday for fatally stabbing a stranger on a Metro car in front of horrified passengers headed to Fourth of July outings in 2015. Jasper Spires, 21, sat with his head down for much of the hearing in D.C. Superior Court as family and friends of Kevin Sutherland described the impact of the young man’s slaying. Spires, who pleaded guilty to first-degree, premeditated murder, will have to serve a minimum of 30 years in prison before he is eligible for parole. (TWP) TRANSPORTATION
Baltimore metro to close up to 4 weeks for repairs Maryland officials say the entire Baltimore metro system will need to remain closed for emergency repairs for up to four weeks. The Maryland Transit Administration made the announcement Sunday, after an inspection this weekend of the entire Metro SubwayLink. Gov. Larry Hogan has announced $2.2 million in emergency funding to run shuttle bus bridges along the route. Starting today, buses will stop at all stations Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to midnight and on Saturdays and Sundays from 6 a.m. to midnight. (AP) POLITICS
Law on paid sick leave takes effect in Maryland A new law requiring Maryland businesses with 15 or more employees to provide up to five days of earned paid sick leave went into effect Sunday. The Senate had approved a bill to delay implementation until July to give businesses more time to prepare, but the delay lacked support in the House. Del. Dereck Davis, who chairs the House committee that decided whether the bill to delay implementation would move forward, said it was “dead on arrival.” (AP/TWP)
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed an executive order outlining the factors a governor must consider when making parole decisions for an offender sentenced as a juvenile to life in prison. The order announced by Hogan’s office Friday requires that the governor weigh the offender’s age at the time of the crime, as well as demonstrated maturity and rehabilitation. Hogan’s office says the order codifies current practice. Maryland is among states that require the governor to sign off on parole recommendations for lifers. Critics say that leads to too few people being released. (AP)
After listening to days of testimony from prosecution witnesses, a former Virginia Tech student pleaded no contest Friday to killing a 13-year-old girl he met online. David Eisenhauer, 20, entered his plea to all three charges against him in the 2016 stabbing death of Nicole Lovell: first-degree murder, abduction and concealing a body. A plea of no contest means a defendant acknowledges there’s enough evidence to convict him, but doesn’t admit he committed the crime. The plea has the same effect as a guilty plea. Sentencing is scheduled for May. The judge told Eisenhauer he faces up to life, plus 15 years. (AP)
Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., says he doesn’t support offshore drilling along Maryland’s coast. Harris, the only Republican in Maryland’s congressional delegation, was asked about his position at a recent town hall. Harris said he supports the concept of offshore drilling, but he opposes it where local jurisdictions don’t want it. Harris, who represents the Eastern Shore, said: “Since Ocean City and the local jurisdictions do oppose it in Maryland, I oppose it off the coast of Maryland.” The top lawyers for a dozen coastal states want the U.S. Interior Department to cancel the Trump administration’s plan to expand offshore drilling. (AP)
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POLITICS Reeling from the downfall of a senior aide, the White House was on the defensive Sunday, attempting to soften President Trump’s comments about the mistreatment of women while rallying around the embattled chief of staff. Several senior aides fanned out on the morning talk shows to discuss how the White House handled the departure of staff secretary Rob Porter, a rising West Wing star who exited after two ex-wives came forward with allegations of spousal abuse. Speechwriter David Sorensen resigned Friday after his former wife made similar claims. The aides also tried to clarify the reaction from Trump, who has yet to offer a sympathetic word to the women who said they had been abused. “The president believes, as he said the other day, you have to consider all sides,” senior counselor Kellyanne Conway said. “He has said this in the past about incidents that relate to him as well. At the same time, you have to look at the results. The result is that Rob Porter is no longer the staff secretary.” On Saturday, Trump tweeted that “lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation. Some are true and some are false. … Is there no such thing any longer as Due Process?” The day before, he pointed to
Trump and John Kelly, middle, have come under fire for how they handled the departure of Rob Porter, right.
Porter’s assertions of innocence and wished him a great future. Conway also delivered what she said was a vote of confidence from Trump for chief of staff John Kelly, who has come under fire for his handling of the Porter matter. Kelly initially defended his right-hand man before later offering a version of the week’s events that puzzled aides and did not line up with the White House’s earlier timeline. Budget director Mick Mulvaney, among those mentioned as a possible Kelly successor if Trump were to make a change, also downplayed the speculation about Kelly’s standing, suggesting those stories “are mostly being fed by people who are
Speier condemns tweet President Trump tweeted Saturday that the lives of some men “are being shattered” by a “mere allegation” of sexual misconduct. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., a leader in the effort to combat sexual harassment in Congress, condemned Trump’s stance. “The new mantra is ‘We believe the women,’ and he is frozen in ‘I believe the men,’ ” she said. “He’s beyond rehabilitation in my view.” (THE WASHINGTON POST)
unhappy that they have lost access to the president.” Mulvaney said talk of Kelly’s departure is “much ado about nothing.” B u t T r u m p h a s g r ow n frustrated with Kelly, once
commended for bringing discipline to the West Wing. Trump has begun floating possible names for a future chief of staff in conversations with outside advisers, according to three people with knowledge of the conversations. In addition to Mulvaney, the others are House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.; Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C.; and CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Mulvaney said no one has talked to him about replacing Kelly and “I don’t want that job.” There was no sign that a move was imminent. Trump is known to frequently poll his advisers about the performance of senior staff but is often reluctant to actually fire aides. JONATHAN LEMIRE (AP)
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The height, in feet, of the Gevora Hotel, which opens this week in Dubai and claims to be the tallest hotel in the world. It was built by the Al Attar Group and has 528 rooms among its 75 floors, Gulf News reported. It is competing with the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, also in Dubai on Sheikh Zayed Road, which stands 1,165 feet and has 1,608 rooms. Two other hotels on the same street are Rose Rayhaan, which stands 1,093 feet and the Burj Al Arab, at 1,053 feet. The Gevora elevators reach the top in 38 seconds. (EXPRESS) Harvard University names former Tufts leader Lawrence Bacow as president
On Saturday, a rare invitation for South Korea’s president to visit Pyongyang marked Day Two of the North Korean regime’s southern tour, which included watching a “unified” Korea team play hockey at the PyeongChang Olympics. Nothing has been settled on a visit by South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The verbal message to come at a “convenient time” was delivered by Kim Jong Un’s younger sister, Kim Yo Jong, and is part of improving feelings between the rivals during the Olympics. (AP) POLITICS
Dems’ memo blocked, Trump asks for revisions The White House on Friday told the House Intelligence Committee that President Trump is “unable” to declassify a memo drafted by Democrats that counters GOP allegations about abuse of government surveillance powers in the FBI’s Russia probe. The panel was asked to revise the memo with help from the Justice Department. On Sunday, Democrats on the committee said they are willing to redact parts of their memo, then again ask Trump to release it. (AP) TECHNOLOGY
Uber stuns by settling legal battle with Waymo Five days into a court battle expected to last for weeks, Uber abruptly settled a lawsuit Friday brought by Waymo, part of Google parent Alphabet, over the alleged theft of trade secrets. As part of the deal, company officials said, Uber has agreed to pay a sum exceeding $244 million. Uber also will not integrate Waymo’s confidential self-driving-car technology into its hardware and software. (TWP)
Rachel Brand, third-highest-ranking official at the Justice Department, plans to step down
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What to expect from Trump’s budget President Trump on Friday signed a $400 billion budget that sharply boosts spending and swells the federal deficit, ending a brief government shutdown. His budget director says the budget the administration sends to Congress today will seek to move some money to areas that will reflect the president’s priorities. Here’s what will reportedly be in the proposal. (AP/THE WASHINGTON POST) Money for the wall
Privatizing the space station
Federal pay system changes
Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that the administration’s budget plan will include $3 billion for a wall along the Mexico border that Trump has made a priority, but there will be a contingency for $25 billion in spending on the wall over two years if Congress passes legislation to deal with young immigrants known as “Dreamers.”
The White House plans to stop funding the International Space Station after 2024, ending direct federal support of the orbiting laboratory. But it does not intend to abandon it altogether and is working on a transition plan that could turn the station over to the private sector, according to an internal NASA document obtained by The Post.
The White House wants to change how more than 1.5 million federal workers are paid, emphasizing performance-based raises instead of the current system that generally increases pay based on tenure. The proposal would slow tenure-based increases, generating $10 billion over 10 years for performancebased payments. Some workers with poor reviews could be fired.
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‘Any of us are addicts’
Many Americans struggle to find ways to escape the abyss of smartphone obsession Maya Oren, 27, is deeply concerned about her relationship with her smartphone and what it’s doing to her life.
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TECHNOLOGY Maya Oren wants to dial back her dependence on her smartphone. She plans to do it by getting a new phone — a simple one that doesn’t download apps or take photos. But the 27-year-old Washington entrepreneur isn’t planning to entirely ditch her iPhone to which she has an increasingly dysfunctional relationship. “I wake up in the morning and my heart is racing out of my chest,” she said. “I’m checking Instagram. How many new followers did I get? How many people did I lose? What am I going to post today?” Oren’s new phone won’t have its own number — it will simply accept calls forwarded from her iPhone, so she can attempt, on occasion, to step away from the shiny, buzzing rectangle that has come to feel like an ever-present taskmaster. The past few months have brought an escalating awareness of the perils that lurk in our pockets. Or, most of the time, in the viselike grip of our hands. We are in what Larry Rosen, a psychologist who studies society’s relationship with technology, refers to as a “really interesting pit.” He thinks we’re going to sink even deeper into the abyss of smartphone obsession, though not so deep we can never escape. One by one, agitated people are trying to break the trance. Hence, Maya Oren’s desire for that new gadget, called the Light Phone, with a mission statement that declares: “our phones have become our nervous habit, our invisible crutch.” Kay Rhind, a 52-year-old sales director in Silicon Valley, cuts off her home’s WiFi at 11 every night and downloaded an app that allows her to shut off her three teenagers’ phones remotely.
Andrew Martin, a research librarian in the District, put his little girls on a seven-day no-screen challenge. And those girls wisely insisted that Martin and his wife, Julie, put their own devices away. “It’s really made us realize how insidious the addiction to these screens in our pockets are,” Martin said. “If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have this twitch to reach for your cellphone.” Rosen thinks it’s not just entertainment and utility that pulls us to constantly check our phones. It’s obligation. “If you text me and I don’t text you right back you start thinking things like, ‘Is he mad at me?’ We never think, ‘He’s busy,’ ” Rosen says. This is why he believes trying to quit for a while doesn’t do much good. “When you emerge from your time of detox, the situation is more bleak. Instead of having a few email messages, you’ve now got thousands.”
How to curb the urge Larry Rosen, a psychologist who studies society’s relationship with technology, appreciates that some companies are starting to help consumers crawl out of the hole of obsession. He points to Apple’s Night Shift option, a setting that schedules phones to emit less blue light, which can cause people to stay awake. Other tools are emerging in the form of apps such as Checky and Onward, which allow consumers to track their phone usage. (TWP)
Article after article about smartphone addiction offer similar advice on how to cut back: Don’t use your phone an hour before bed, don’t charge it in your bedroom, don’t check it first thing in the morning and delete social media apps. All good advice that would totally work except they rely on self-control, which we have
proved not to have in this domain. “If you walk out your front door and throw a dart, any of us are addicts. The genie is out of the bottle,” Rhind said. “If everybody is an addict, no one will tell you it’s an addiction. They’ll say ‘it’s a necessity in life.’ ” That’s exactly what she says, when she turns off her teenagers’ phones using the app OurPact but continues to use her own, because “it’s for work.” “I’m justifying myself,” she admits. So are smartphones the cigarettes of our era? Are they an addiction we intuitively know is unhealthy but continue because, well, everyone’s doing it? Maya Oren thinks so. “I hope as a society we would take this collective breath,” she said. “Take a step back and use our phones more as the utility they were meant to be — rather than as this appendage of our bodies.” ELLEN MCCARTHY (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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KANSAS More than half a dozen Kansas teens are running for statewide office in 2018 — a sort of viral movement against apathy that could, in theory, make a high school student governor. Adults are trying to stop it. A state legislative committee moved a bill forward last week that would bar people younger than 18 from running for statewide office, after a 16-year-old discovered a loophole in the state’s electoral laws. The bill would not affect the 2018 election if it becomes law. Jack Bergeson realized Kansas law, while it restricts voting ages, says nothing about who can run for governor, The Kansas City Star reported last August. So the high school junior filed to run in the Democratic primary, campaigning for health care reform, medical marijuana and open-carry gun laws. One of his classmates became his running mate for lieutenant governor. Some political analysts liked the idea of teens running for public office, The Star wrote, noting widespread apathy among young voters in the country. Other adults mocked Bergeson’s campaign. But the teen was not deterred. He talked his friend, Tyler Ruzich, above, into joining the governor’s race on the Republican side. By January, NPR wrote, six teens had entered the governor’s race alone — making up about a third of the candidates. AVI SELK (TWP)
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nation+world No survivors after jet vanishes from radar shortly after takeoff RUSSIA A Russian passenger plane carrying 71 people crashed Sunday near Moscow, killing everyone on board shortly after the jet took off from one of the city’s airports. The Saratov Airlines regional jet disappeared from radar screens a few minutes after departing from Domodedovo Airport en route to Orsk, a city about 1,000 miles southeast of Moscow. Fragments from the twinengine Antonov An-148 airliner were found in the Ramenskoye
area, about 25 miles from the airport. State television footage showed the pieces strewn across a snowy field. No one on the ground was hurt. State news agency Tass said the plane, which had been in use since 2010, was out of service from 2015 to 2017 because of a parts shortage. Russian news reports said the jet carried 65 passengers and six crew members. Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov confirmed that there were no survivors. Russia’s Investigative Committee said all possible causes were being explored. President Vladimir Putin put off a planned trip to Sochi to meet with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to monitor the
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investigation. The An-148 was developed by Ukraine’s Antonov company in the early 2000s and
Syrian, Iranian forces hit by Israeli airstrikes Israel’s prime minister said Sunday his country delivered “severe blows” to Iranian and Syrian forces and vowed to take further action following the most serious Israeli engagement in Syria in decades. Benjamin Netanyahu’s tough words came a day after Israel carried out airstrikes in Syria after intercepting an Iranian drone in its airspace. (AP)
manufactured in Ukraine and Russia. The plane that crashed was ordered by Rossiya Airlines, a subsidiary of Aeroflot. Tass reported that the aircraft reentered service for Saratov Airlines in February 2017. Shabby equipment and poor supervision plagued Russian civil aviation for years after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, but its safety record has improved in recent years. The last large-scale crash in Russia occurred on Dec. 25, 2016, when a Tu-154 operated by the Russian Defense Ministry on its way to Syria crashed into the Black Sea minutes after takeoff from Sochi. All 92 people on board were killed. JIM HEINTZ (AP)
NBC analyst’s comment prompts formal apology NBC apologized for an on-air remark by analyst Joshua Cooper Ramo during Friday’s opening ceremony. Ramo said Japan was important to South Korea’s formation. Japan occupied South Korea from 1910 to 1945 and forced thousands into sex slavery. An online petition quickly circulated demanding an apology, which NBC issued on Saturday. (AP)
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Three people died and four were rushed to a Nevada hospital with life-threatening injuries after a tour helicopter crashed into a section of the Grand Canyon on Saturday evening under unclear circumstances. Windy conditions, darkness and rugged terrain made it difficult for rescue crews to recover the bodies of the three victims. (TWP) WESTERVILLE, OHIO
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LOS ANGELES | After a three-day trip around California that focused on business and the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, on Saturday went for a hike with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti as a nod to Canada’s continuing friendship with the City of Angels. Griffith Park was the setting for the pair’s morning walk, as they chatted and posed for a group selfie.
Pakistani human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir dies at age 66
Two police officers from Westerville, Ohio, were fatally shot Saturday while responding to a potential domestic violence call, officials said. Shortly after noon Saturday, police dispatched officers after receiving a 911 call from someone who hung up. The two slain officers were identified as Anthony Morelli, 54, and Eric Joering, 39. (TWP)
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Effects of Eller’s deal Locking up center lets Capitals turn focus to signing Carlson and improving defense NHL In-season extensions such as the five-year, $17.5 million deal given to center Lars Eller on Saturday have been rare in the four years under Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan. The stars aligned for the two sides quickly, and the contract came together in just a few days. It will have a ripple effect on Washington’s plans for the next few months. The NHL trade deadline is two weeks away, and now that Eller has re-signed, the Capitals have a very clear free agent priority: John Carlson, who’s expected to land a hefty contract as a top defenseman. Locking up Eller early rids MacLellan of at least one concern before the Feb. 26 deadline. Had the contract not
come together, the GM might have looked to add a long-term replacement for Eller, who was scheduled to enter free agency. MacLellan said the Capitals have started contract discussions with Carlson’s representatives and the team is “going to do everything we can to bring him back.” How talks progress could dictate what Washington will look to buy before the deadline. If MacLellan is optimistic about re-signing Carlson, then it seems unlikely the Capitals would trade for a blue-liner with years left on his deal. And if it seems like Carlson wants to test free agency, then perhaps Washington will explore trades because the internal options are too green for top-four responsibility.
Red Wings 5, Capitals 4 The Capitals (32-17-6) scored three third-period goals to erase a 4-1 deficit, but Detroit’s Tomas Tatar scored his second goal of the game 2:47 into overtime to lead the Red Wings (22-23-9) to a win on Sunday. Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-best 33rd goal for Washington, which was coming off a home-and-home sweep of Columbus. (AP)
Washington doesn’t have much salary cap space. There has been some speculation that forward Andre Burakovsky, who has a $3 million cap hit, could be on the trading block given how miserably his season has gone; he missed 20 games with a broken thumb
and has been a healthy scratch a few times since. He has four goals and seven assists in 28 games. With Washington intent on re-signing Carlson, who could command a cap hit in the $7 million range, and Eller now on the books with a $3.5 million annual cap hit through 2022-23, it’s unclear where that leaves pending unrestricted free agent center Jay Beagle, 32, who has six goals and 13 assists. Washington also has pending restricted free agents Tom Wilson, Devante Smith-Pelly, Madison Bowey and Philipp Grubauer to consider. Grubauer, 26, could be traded this summer because he may be ready to be a top goaltending option elsewhere. ISABELLE KHURSHUDYAN (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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The Division I Basketball Committee put out its preliminary NCAA Tournament rankings Sunday. Led by Kyle Guy, left, Virginia was rated as the best team in the country despite an overtime home loss Saturday to unranked Virginia Tech. Villanova, Xavier and Purdue earned the other No. 1 seeds. The Cavaliers were No. 2 in the AP poll. Last year, the NCAA began releasing early rankings to drum up attention for Selection Sunday, which is March 11. (AP)
Women’s basketball: No. 10 Maryland wins 72-54 at Rutgers
Derrick Rose The Jazz released him Saturday after getting him in a trade with the Cavaliers. If he signs by March 1, he would be eligible for the rest of the season and the playoffs. Rose, 29, averaged 9.8 points for the Cavs in 16 games. He took a twomonth leave of absence, returning Jan. 18.
Ramon Sessions John Wall’s backup from 2014-16 began this season with the Knicks but was waived last month to make room for another former Washington point guard, Trey Burke. Sessions, 31, scored 3.7 points per game with 2.1 assists in 13 games. He played 50 games for the Hornets last season.
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Cubs’ splashy signing could spur rivals to act as training camps near ANALYSIS Just when it seemed spring training camps would open this week amid a paralyzed free agent market that had MLB and its union on the verge of a labor war, the Cubs reportedly swooped in Saturday and signed right-hander Yu Darvish, arguably the top available starting pitcher, to a six-year, $126 million contract. Pending a physical exam, the
move solves the Cubs’ biggest need — front-line starting pitching. Aside from what his arrival means for Chicago, Darvish’s deal — which is said to have an opt-out, a no-trade clause and escalators that could bring the total value to $150 million — also eases the sense of foreboding hanging over baseball with pitchers and catchers reporting this week. Several other teams had been in pursuit of Darvish — including the Dodgers, Brewers and Twins — and those teams could quickly pivot to the other top starters on the market, including Jake
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Arrieta — whom Darvish essentially replaces in the Cubs’ rotation — Lance Lynn and Alex Cobb. The choice to give Darvish, 31, a sixth guaranteed year undoubtedly went a long way to making the Cubs’ offer the winner. Darvish’s deal is the largest signed by any player this winter, topping the one for five years and $80 million the Brewers gave outfielder Lorenzo Cain. First baseman Eric Hosmer, who has yet to sign, is believed to have received multiple seven-year, nine-figure offers this winter.
“I’m jacked. I’m really excited.” ALEX SMITH, saying on the Murph
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With a surprising silver, Mazdzer becomes the first American man to medal in singles Hamlin became the first U.S. woman to win a singles luge medal when she took bronze at Sochi four years ago. When it was clear that Mazdzer had not only won a medal but won silver, aided by a stunning slip from reigning gold medalist Felix Loch, Hamlin leaped over the track to celebrate. Mazdzer was never supposed to be the one to end this drought. While the American men were expected to make a push for their first singles medal, it was supposed to be Tucker West — one of the fastest starters in the sport — who challenged the podium. West struggled all weekend, and did not qualify for the final run. Mazdzer, 29, had not even climbed a World Cup podium in two years. He is in his third Olympics, and finished 13th in Sochi. But he’d struggled lately. On Jan. 21 he posted a picture to social media of himself looking distraught, followed by a few hundred words about his struggles. “There is a light somewhere in this dark cave that I feel like
Gerard strikes first A blustery Sunday morning wind had almost everyone scrambling in the men’s slopestyle event. Except for Red Gerard, who kept his footing all the way to the podium. The 17-year-old snowboarder won the United States’ first gold medal of the PyeongChang Games, scoring 87.16 after closing with a backside triple-cork 1440. (AP)
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LUGE Chris Mazdzer slid down a track slick with snow, through air so cold it hurt, and into the lights of the cameras stationed precisely to capture an iconic Olympic moment such as this. By the time the glaring lights hit him, he knew he had become the first American man to win an Olympic medal in singles luge. He ended up with silver, just behind surprise winner David Gleirscher of Austria. “It’s crazy,” Mazdzer said. “Everything’s the same until you come up that fourth run … You’ve been working your entire life for it. It’s awesome to share that with everyone.” He tore off his facemask, leaped off the track and hurtled around a volunteer toward his cheering section. Even on a snowy Sunday night that felt like 5 below at its balmiest moments, that section was full of friends, family and teammates. Women’s luger Erin Hamlin, the American flag bearer in the opening ceremonies, brought a flag to Mazdzer’s race, too.
Rally over Finns extends streak of opening wins
I am stumbling through,” said Mazdzer, who made some equipment changes that helped him to a better result in his last race before heading to PyeongChang, where he finished three hundredths of a second away from the gold medal.
“I don’t even care,” he said. On that darkest of his luging days, Mazdzer said, he couldn’t have expected what was coming. “This,” Mazdzer said, “is a blinding light at the end of the tunnel.” CHELSEA JANES (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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U.S. WOMEN’S HOCKEY Finland’s goaltender, Noora Raty, saw Hilary Knight with the puck on her stick and moved to defend the dangerous American. Knight passed the puck, Kendall Coyne scored the go-ahead goal at 11:29 of the second period on a one-timer and the U.S. women’s hockey team rallied to beat Finland 3-1 on Sunday to remain perfect in Olympic openers. “Knighter got there out of the corner; I need to commit to her because she’s the best shot in the world,” Raty said. “So for once she actually passed, and hats off to Coyner. She went top shelf. Really nice goal.” Monique Lamoureux-Morando and Dani Cameranesi also scored as the Americans improved to 6-0 when opening an Olympic tournament. The U.S. improved to 7-0 against Finland in the Olympics, although the world’s third-ranked team made the defending world champions work hard in a chippy game. Venla Hovi scored on a wrist shot from the slot with 5.8 seconds left in the first period, giving the Finns the lead. But U.S. goalie Maddie Rooney, 20, made 23 saves in her debut. She was at her best in the third, when the U.S. killed two penalties while being outshot 10-8 by Finland. The U.S. plays the Olympic Athletes from Russia on Tuesday before finishing the preliminary round against its biggest rival, Canada — winner of the past four Olympics. TERESA M. WALKER (AP)
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HALFPIPE What he did, by the standards of his sport, was perfect: 28 seconds of snowboarding, five jumps, five smooth landings, 15½ revolutions of airborne twists, and finally, a swerving stop at the bottom of the halfpipe, where Shaun White saw his score. A 100. The maximum possible. Perfection. The score — awarded last month at the U.S. Grand Prix of Snowmass in Colorado — made for a perfect redemption story. White is the sport’s biggest star. He’s 31 and competing with teenagers. He had fallen on two runs. He was the last rider of the day. And, needing a clutch moment,
The number of players on the South Korean hockey team who were born in North America. Mike Testwuide, below, grew up in Vail, Colo., and played in the NHL. He joined the team after playing in the Asian league. He and six Canadian players are dual citizens helping the Olympic host country’s 25-man squad. (AP)
he pulled off the very trick — a double cork 1440 — that put him in intensive care in October. “I mean, he just knocked it out of the park,” White’s coach, J.J. Thomas, said Saturday, looking back on last month’s run. “Bottom of the ninth, bases loaded.” But in snowboarding, perfection is as controversial as it is rare. That moment, which vaulted White into the Winter Olympics, has followed him to PyeongChang, where other snowboarders have taken issue with the sport’s judging, saying that White is shown favoritism. In other words, they said, the six judges who graded White’s run in Colorado weren’t doing the right thing. Several of them will judge the event in South Korea. “I have openly said [to the judges], this is not what you
Judges have given out only two 100s in snowboarding history — both to Shaun White.
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do,” awarding 100s, said Scotty James, the reigning halfpipe world champion from Australia. “Shaun, if he looked at that run, he would tell you that wasn’t a perfect 100.”
In men’s snowboarding, judges only twice have awarded perfect 100s. White earned both. “Every [other] snowboarder starts from the bottom and they earn their points,” snowboarder
Skiathlon gold begins with a fall for Norwegian Simen Hegstad Krueger slipped on the first lap of the 30-kilometer cross-country skiathlon Sunday, finding himself face down in the snow with two rivals on top of him. Staying calm and starting from the rear, the 24-year-old passed 63 other skiers to claim the gold in 1 hour, 16 minutes, 20 seconds for his first medal. (AP)
Perrine Laffont wins France’s first women’s moguls gold in 26 years
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Flying Dutchman Kramer wins third 5,000 meters Sven Kramer of the Netherlands became the first man to win three straight Olympic titles in the 5,000 meters. His victory Sunday in Gangneung, South Korea, represented his fourth career gold, and his eighth total medal. At age 31, Kramer was 1.85 seconds faster than his competitors, beating his own Olympic record by a full second with a time of 6 minutes, 9.76 seconds. (AP)
Aimee Fuller said in several British papers. “Shaun starts at the top and they deduct his points.” Snowboarding judges tend to adjust their scoring from event to event, like teachers grading their classroom on a curve. “We’re ranking the riders and putting a number to it,” said Tom Zikas, a California-based X Games judge. In his eyes, White’s run last month fell short of a 100. Men’s qualification rounds begin tonight (11:30, NBCSN). White is competing with James and Japan’s Ayumu Hirano, who several weeks ago landed backto-back 1440s for the first time in history. The X Games judges scored him a 99.0. “That,” snowboarder Rakai Tait of New Zealand said, “was as close to perfect as you can get.”
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Think it’s time for that raise? With help from the pros, you’re ready to ask for it.
1. Don’t be afraid to ask A lot of people undervalue themselves in the workplace, or are too terrified to ask for any kind of salary increase. This kind of thinking can leave a lot of money on the table. “My clients typically wait
longer to ask for a raise than they have to, because they keep hoping their work will speak for itself,” says Jean Stafford, a McLean, Va.-based executive coach who works predominantly with midcareer women. “And it does not. You don’t get anything you don’t ask for. My rule to my clients is to ask a lot for a lot.”
2. Know your environment It’s important to understand the operations of your company for everyday work, but especially when it comes to salary increases. Does it consider raises only at certain times of the year, or at certain points in budgetary cycles? Is there a set process you have to follow when requesting a raise? Take your company culture into account when you time your proposal. For example, “A familyowned company may value the loyalty of its employees — asking for a raise before you’ve been there a while may not go over so well,” says Mel Hennigan, vice president of people at Arlington’s Symplicity and a member of the Society for Human Resource Management’s Talent Acquisition Panel. “But in a performance or meritocracy type of culture,
CAREERS Feel like you’ve been a superstar at work lately — but aren’t seeing any kind of monetary reward? It might be time to ask for a raise. That thought may make your palms sweat. Or maybe it inspires you to break out the spreadsheets to demonstrate your worth. Whether asking for a raise makes you feel nervous or fired up, it’s a process that requires preparation and finesse. “You can’t just walk in the door and say, ‘I’m a wonderful person, I work hard, I like it here, and I’d like a raise,’ ” says Stanley B. Corey, managing director at United Capital Financial Advisors in Great Falls, Va., who advises clients on these kinds of financial matters that impact their long-term goals. We spoke with some local experts to get their top tips that could (literally) pay off when asking for a raise.
as soon as you demonstrate what you’re bringing to the table is worth more to the company, you can make that ask.”
3. Prepare your case You need to be able to prove your worth when you sit down with your boss. Gather any statistics you have related to your achievements: sales figures, website traffic, media mentions and the like. Show what you’ve accomplished, the skills you bring to the
table and how you’ve benefited the organization. “You put yourself at an advantage when you’ve already put the ball over the goal line,” Stafford says. “You brought a big project in on time and on budget, or you’ve taken on something no one else was willing to do.” But don’t spend too much time looking backward. “What happened in the past is in the past,” Hennigan says. “You want to talk CONTINUED ON PAGE 20
According to a report released this month by the Urban Institute think tank, 41 million adults in America live in an “education desert,” defined as a place where there are either no colleges within 25 miles or just a single community college. Of those people, 3.1 million also lack access to high-speed internet. These dual barriers to higher education disproportionately affect Native Americans. While only 1.3 percent of the U.S. population lives in a complete education desert, nearly 12 percent of Native Americans contend with no access to college, according to the report. “This study demonstrates what many Native Americans, rural Americans, and other Americans living in education deserts already knew: … As long as broadband access depends on geography, place still plays an important role in access to higher education,” the report said. (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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5. Think beyond the paycheck
about what you’re going to do in the future and use the past to help substantiate that.”
Cold, hard cash is always nice. But there are lots of ways to increase your compensation. Maybe extra vacation days or more flex time would boost your well-being and cut down your commuting costs. Or a bonus plan could create parameters for more money down the road. “A pay raise doesn’t have to be in your paycheck,” Corey says. “Look for the types of things that would make your work environment better or would make you happier.”
An in-person meeting is the best option when asking for a raise. Practicing your pitch ahead of time can help things go more smoothly. “I ask my clients to write a script,” Stafford says. “It becomes a way of helping them prepare.” The right attitude also increases your chances of success. Confidence and competence are good, demands are not. “Your sincerity can make all the difference in the world,” Hennigan says. “You want to be thoughtful,
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4. Ask the right way
6. Be able to take no for an answer These steps should help improve your chances of getting a raise.
But even if you’ve followed the advice to the letter, your boss still might say no for all kinds of reasons. If the reason is legitimate, don’t take it personally. “Many women tend to take a no as meaning ‘I don’t like you and I don’t like that you’re asking me,’ ” Stafford says. “I’m continuously amazed at what a tripwire that is for women. But at the end of the day, it’s a business decision that your boss makes.” Keep your cool, and look at a no as an opportunity to revisit the topic. “It could be something that’s potentially only time or circumstance bound, so you want to leave it well,” Hennigan says. “You want your boss to remember your conversation favorably and leave that door open.” BETH LUBERECKI (FOR EXPRESS)
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Real flowers in Alexandra Mudry-Till’s garden inspire the sugar versions that top Buttercream Bakeshop’s cakes.
This decorator makes the cake Position: Lead decorator and partner, Buttercream Bakeshop
What she does Many mornings for Alexandra Mudry-Till start with a trip outside her home to her flower garden, where she prunes, waters and generally checks in on her little muses. Then she heads back into her kitchen to recreate what she sees. Mudry-Till is a lead decorator and partner at Shaw’s Buttercream Bakeshop. Her specialty? The time-consuming sugar flowers that top cakes for weddings
and other special occasions. Making sugar flowers is a craft that calls for mounds of patience and a delicate touch. An average rose can have up to 30 individual petals; one flower can take days to perfect. Mudry-Till plays a role in decorating 20 to 30 cakes on any given weekday. She isn’t much involved in the production of things like cookies, bars and other sweet treats customers see in the shop’s display case — except for those pretty macaroons, which she makes from start to finish. Mudry-Till is often responsible for cakes that people will enjoy
on very important days, like weddings or big celebrations. She says it’s both “terrifying and wonderful” to bring a client’s dream cake to life. “It’s so amazing how different interpretations can be of [one] concept,” she says.
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ahead Cake decorator “OK, then I’m doing theater,” she told them. Still, when she packed her bags for Catholic University, she brought her madeleine pan and cooked the spongy cookies in the dorms so often it became a running joke. After completing her degree in D.C., she headed to New York City and began waitressing, picking up office jobs and auditioning on the side. It wasn’t long before she says she began to feel “a little disheartened.” “The only thing that sort of kept me happy during that whole time was continuing to cook and bake,” she says. “It was something I had always loved.” Mudry-Till began her yearlong
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Alexandra Mudry-Till says just one of her sugar flowers — with up to 30 petals each — can take days to perfect.
culinary school journey at the Culinary Institute of America in 2008, and when she finished, she knew two things for certain: She wanted to work in a bakery, and she wanted that bakery to be in D.C. She maintained that dream as various jobs took her around the world. Ironically, Mudry-Till was let go from her post in Italy the same day that a headhunter reached out to her with a job with the D.C. area’s Neighborhood Restaurant Group in 2010. That’s how she met her now-partner in Buttercream, Tiffany MacIsaac, who then ran the pastry program for NRG’s 14 properties. Mudry-Till worked closely with MacIsaac at Buzz Bakeshop, where the two women expanded and experimented with their
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wedding program. MacIsaac and Mudry-Till whipped up a separate concept within Buzz Bakery that eventually became Buttercream Bakeshop.
Who would want this job? To be successful at any bakery, Mudry-Tull says you should be creative, malleable and comfortable with constant change. “It’s a lot of guessing,” she says. “It’s a lot of trying out new techniques and failing.” She says in acting, she learned that you often have to try a new way of conveying a line or an action, and sometimes it just doesn’t work. “You have to learn and fail and move on,” she says.
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“Try some different things. You don’t necessarily know what you’ll end up loving.” ALEXANDRA MUDRY-TILL, on why it’s important to work in a variety of kinds of restaurants and bakeries
Mudry-Till completed at CIA will teach you the techniques you need, but at a faster pace than you might expect. “You have such a small amount of time in culinary school to learn a lot,” she says. Additionally, practical time in
any kitchen is invaluable. “I’m so happy that I worked in restaurants first,” Mudry-Till says. “It made me learn a sense of urgency that you cannot learn just in bakeries. Try some different things. You don’t necessarily know what you’ll end up loving.” And when you show up for that interview at your dream bakery, Mudry-Till’s No. 1 tip is to be honest about what you want out of your new job. If you’re working the register, but dream of experimenting in the kitchen, make that clear. “If you’re coming in at one position but you’re seeking something else, I think be direct and honest about that in your interview so that everybody’s on the same page,” she says. ALLIE CAREN
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They’ve anointed themselves “2 Dope Queens.” And who are we mere commoners to argue? Jessica Williams got her start on “The Daily Show” during the Jon Stewart era and has made a name for herself on TV and in film. Phoebe Robinson is constantly being named a “comedian to watch.”
The two launched their “2 Dope Queens” podcast in 2016, cracking jokes and showcasing comedians who don’t always get a shot — women, people of color, people from the LGBT community — plus the occasional straight white person. Now they are halfway through a four-part series on HBO (11:30 p.m. Fridays). Taped at Brooklyn’s majestic Kings Theatre, its stage turned into a city rooftop
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IMRAN AHMAD, a man in Patna, India, commenting at legacy.com on the obituary of Indiana man Terry Ward, who left behind 32 boxes of Miracle Whip when he died. A quirky obituary Ward’s daughter wrote received hundreds of comments from people who never knew him.
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PAR SCORE 165-175, BEST SCORE 254
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You may receive news that puts a temporary damper on your day, but recovery can be swift if you put your trust in a good old friend. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You may not be ready for what’s coming right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be. Address key issues right away. ARIES (March 21-April 19) You are confident that what you believe in will pan out, and yet you may harbor doubts that only a special friend can remove. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Are things running as smoothly as you had hoped? There are a few new tactics you can employ to iron out even the toughest wrinkles.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You
know what someone wants from you, and though you are able to give it, you may simply not be in the mood to do so.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) Make your intentions clear today. Don’t let others speak for you when the time comes for you to step forward. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) It’s a good time for you to experiment with a new way of doing things — but take care that you don’t pull an unwilling someone along with you.
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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You can fix certain problems with ease, but if you are too quick you may cause one or two that prove lasting.
TODAY: A few lingering showers can’t be ruled out through the course of the day. Otherwise, we’re mostly cloudy and considerably cooler, as a persistent breeze from the north helps cap highs in the mid-40s to near 50. Colder air continues to move in overnight, and most spots drop to below freezing.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) That which is most essential is not likely to be obvious to you, but you have a feeling that you can do the right thing today. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You are likely to take steps that someone else disapproves of today. In the end, all will be well because your methods are so effective.
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AVG. HIGH: 46 RECORD HIGH: 74 AVG. LOW: 29 RECORD LOW: 4 SUNRISE: 7:01 a.m. SUNSET: 5:42 p.m.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
You are remembering a past success and hope to parlay it into something new. Only originality will serve today. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) A friend or neighbor points out something that cannot be ignored. You’ll have to adjust your schedule to accommodate him or her.
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1554: Lady Jane Grey, who had claimed the throne of England for nine days, and her husband, Guildford Dudley, are beheaded after being condemned for high treason.
1914: Groundbreaking takes place for the Lincoln Memorial in D.C. (A year later on this date, the cornerstone is laid.)
1980: The FBI announces that about $5,800 of the $200,000 ransom paid to hijacker “D.B. Cooper” before he parachuted from a Northwest Orient jetliner in 1971 had been found by an 8-yearold boy on a riverbank of the Columbia River in Washington state.
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50 Event with clowns 52 Huge sea creature 53 “B.J. and the ___” 54 Bakery mainstay 55 Like a propped ball 56 Gullible victims
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MY MISTAKE 42 ___ Bator, Mongolia 43 Dog command 44 Nears midnight 46 Love at the Eiffel Tower 49 Not frozen or canned 51 Mistaken bits of wood? 57 Yet another time 58 Cracks the books 59 Eye part 60 Sinatra or Turner 61 Star’s little turn 62 Drip through cracks 63 “___ does it” 64 Cause of insurance fraud 65 ... candle at both ___
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Aaron Paul announced Thursday that he and his wife, Lauren Parsekian, welcomed their first child together. The actor posted to Instagram a black-and-white photo of the newborn’s foot with the caption, “My heart.” Parsekian also shared a photo of the baby. The married couple confirmed in November they were expecting a girl. (EXPRESS)
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On that note, good luck to plebes on dating apps! Drew Barrymore said on Friday’s “Ellen” that she’s been using Raya, a dating app celebrities frequent. “I went on it and no one responded,” she said. “One guy wrote, ‘What is someone like you doing on an app like this?’ I was like, ‘Is that a compliment and an insult all wrapped ambiguously and super clearly in one fell swoop?” (EXPRESS)
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“I didn’t even know she was pregnant for the entire pregnancy. Now I found out and would love to see her.”
hasn’t read the internet in nine months, telling TMZ he had no idea his half-sister, Kylie Jenner, was expecting
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Camila Cabello and British dating coach Matthew Hussey were photographed Friday kissing and holding hands on a beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, sparking dating rumors. An onlooker told E! News that they stayed on the beach for 40 minutes, adding there were “lots of PDA and smiles.” (EXPRESS)
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Idris Elba on Saturday proposed to girlfriend Sabrina Dhowre during a London screening of his latest movie. The Rio Cinema shared the news on its Twitter, writing, “Still 5 days to Valentines Day but @idriselba went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend live on stage this morning before a preview of his film #Yardie.” A fan at the screening tweeted a video of the proposal.
Kim Cattrall lashed out Saturday at Sarah Jessica Parker after her former “Sex and the City” co-star sent her condolences last week over the death of Cattrall’s brother. “Your continuous reaching out is a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now,” Cattrall wrote on Instagram. “You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona.” Cattrall has cited a feud with Parker as her reason for never agreeing to a third “Sex and the City” film. Parker denied these claims. (AP)
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