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Dog Bucks Stereotype, Refuses to Go to Heaven The first time Alicia Pederson used her CPR training was on a newborn puppy. It worked. The Texas woman said Tuesday that applying her knowledge about breathing and compressions for humans saved her dog, Miri — as in miracle. Pederson learned CPR through the Dallas-based American Heart Association, where she works. (AP) LOOKING UP

Neighbors Relieved Only One Moon Remained in the Sky Police and firefighters in Arab, Ala., plucked a man from a tree this weekend after he tried to make a nest in the nude. WAFF-TV reports Michael Long, 40, had climbed up 40 feet and refused to come down, causing officers to cut some branches and use a bucket truck to retrieve him. Long pled guilty Monday to public lewdness. A disorderly conduct charge was dismissed. (EXPRESS)

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Court Mulls Birth-Control Rule Ruling on health-law mandate may come down to Kennedy

Civilian Kills Sailor on Base Norfolk, Va. A civilian approaching the guided-missile destroyer USS Mahan at Naval Station Norfolk on Monday night took a weapon from a sailor who was standing watch and used it to shoot and kill another sailor who was trying to help his colleague, Navy officials said Tuesday. Navy security forces then killed the suspect, who was authorized to be on the base and did not bring his own weapon, officials said. The identities of the two killed have not been released. BROCK VERGAKIS (AP)

45% The proportion of franchised hotels and motels that have direct 911 dialing, according to the Federal Communications Commission. A national survey was performed after a 9-year-old couldn’t call for help while her mom was being stabbed to death in a Texas motel. (AP)

Wood Specialties of Pennsylvania — were covered by a federal statute that gives great protection to the exercise of religion. That would mean the government must show that the requirement is not a substantial burden on their religious expression and that there was no less intrusive way to provide contraceptive coverage to female workers.

As is often the case, Justice Anthony Kennedy — who voted two years ago to find Obamacare unconstitutional — seemed to hold the balance. Some of his remarks favored the government, but he also worried that the rule would make it impossible for companies to object to paying for anything, including abortion coverage.

What is likely to be the signature ruling of the court’s term presents the justices with complicated questions about religious freedom and equality for female workers. It could have long-term implications for what other legal requirements companies could decline because of religious convictions. The challengers in the cases told the court in briefs that the law requires them “to do precisely what their religion forbids them or face draconian consequences.” The Obama administration responded in its briefs that the challengers could not point to “a single case in this nation’s history” that exempted a corporation from a neutral law that regulated commercial activities. ROBERT BARNES (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Seconds After Mudslide, Chaos Oso, Wash. First there was a “whoosh.” Elaine Young said she thought it might be a chimney fire, a rush of air that lasted about 45 seconds. But when she stepped outside there was ominous silence. Something felt very wrong. And then she saw it. Behind the house, a wall of heavy mud had crashed through the neighborhood. Dark and sticky, the mile-long flow Saturday heaved houses off their foundations, toppled trees and left a gaping cavity on what had been a tree-covered hillside. In the frantic rescue, searchers spotted mud-covered survivors by the whites of their waving palms. Now, days into the search, the scale of the mudslide’s devastation in a rural village north of Seattle is becoming apparent. At least 14 are confirmed dead and dozens more are thought to be missing. Within hours of the mudslide, emergency crews were searching for life in a post-apocalyptic scene, dodging chunks of splintered birch trunks and half-buried pickups.

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Five Charged in Human Smuggling Operation Five men have been ordered held pending a bail hearing later this week on charges they used threats to hold 115 people hostage in a small Houston house unless their captives paid ransom to continue their illegal entry into the U.S. A federal criminal complaint says the people, discovered last week, were stripped of most of their clothing to keep them from escaping. (AP) WICHITA, KAN.

Planned Parenthood Funds May Be Stripped A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that Kansas can strip two Planned Parenthood clinics of federal family planning money while the organization moves forward with its legal challenge of a state law it says is retaliation for its advocacy of abortion rights. (AP) NEW YORK

WTC Daredevils Arrested Officials in New York and New Jersey on Tuesday denounced the parachute jump off 1 World Trade Center last fall by three skydiving enthusiasts as a lawless act that put others in danger. Four men — three daredevils and someone accused of being an accomplice — were arrested Monday in connection with the Sept. 30 “base jumping” from the building. (AP)

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A divided Supreme Court seemed inclined to agree Tuesday that the religious beliefs of business owners may trump a requirement in President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act that they provide their employees with insurance coverage for all types of contraceptives. It was difficult to predict a precise outcome from the 90-minute argument. But a majority of the justices seemed to agree that the family-owned businesses that objected to the requirement — arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby and Conestoga

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As snow falls Tuesday, Margot Riphagen of New Orleans wears a birthcontrol pills costume as she protests in front of the Supreme Court in D.C.

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Emergency Brake Failed To Stop Chicago Train A searcher uses a small boat to look through mudslide debris Tuesday in Oso, Wash.

On Tuesday News emerged that a scientist working for the Army Corps of Engineers warned 15 years ago about the potential for a catastrophic landslide in the area. Searchers warned they were likely to find more bodies. A list of people unaccounted for has hit 176. The threat of flash floods or a landslide loomed over rescuers. (AP)

Ed Hrivnak, who was co-piloting an aircraft that was first to arrive at the scene, said a lot of the houses weren’t buried. When they got hit, “the houses exploded.” His helicopter rescued eight people, including a 4-year-old, who was up to his knees in concrete-like compressed mud. The boy was reunited with his mom, but Hrivnak said the boy’s father and three siblings are still missing. M A RT H A MENDOZ A AND P. SOLOMON BANDA (AP)

An emergency track-side braking system activated but failed to stop a Chicago commuter train from jumping the tracks Monday at O’Hare International Airport, a federal investigator said Tuesday. (AP)

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“After [Edward] Snowden, there was a lot of mistrust, and we have to deal with that,” said House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Mike Rogers, above.

to the phone records posed problems and raised privacy issues. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said he believes the data is safer with the National Security Agency, even though he recommended it be moved from the agency’s custody. “We’re changing the program

based on a perception, not a reality,” Rogers said shortly before he introduced legislation that would end the program in its current form. Americans, Rogers said, don’t want the government holding onto their data. “They just didn’t have a comfort level with the NSA holding, in bulk, metadata, even though we had huge levels of protection,” Rogers said. The metadata is the number called, the number from which the call is made and the duration and time of the call, but not the content of the call or the callers’ names. Obama on Tuesday said the plan should alleviate concerns about the government storing massive amounts of data on Americans’ calls. The White House proposal and the House Intelligence Committee’s proposal both shift the custody of the phone records to the phone companies, which already hold on to the records for 18 months as required. EILEEN SULLIVAN (AP)

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Orlando, Fla., apartment, knocking down an FBI agent. Todashev then grabbed a pole and charged toward a Massachusetts trooper. The FBI agent shot Todashev several times, killing him last May, according to two reports Tuesday that provided the first clear picture of the shooting and cleared the agent of any charges. The Justice Department echoed the Florida findings. Federal authorities have said in court filings that Todashev implicated Tsarnaev in the slayings. MIKE SCHNEIDER (AP)

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A Campaign Foul Sen. Mitch McConnell’s latest campaign video hit all the necessary Kentucky high points: horse racing, bluegrass — and Duke basketball? The campaign scrambled Tuesday to remove an online video that featured a split-second clip of Duke basketball players celebrating their 2010 national championship. “The ad was intended to highlight Kentucky’s basketball dominance” but the ad vendor pulled the wrong clip, McConnell spokesman Allison Moore said. “Obviously, we were horrified.” (AP)

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Ukrainian Marines Leave Crimea Soldiers given choice: Return to mainland or work for Russia

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A Ukrainian soldier gets emotional Tuesday as he watches comrades leave Crimea.

About 4,300 Ukrainian servicemen and 2,200 of their relatives have asked to leave Crimea, Defense Minister Ihor Tenyukh said Tuesday. That means about two-thirds of the 18,800 military personnel and relatives that he said were stationed on the Black Sea peninsula were tak-

Defense Says Pistorius Is Likely to Take Stand Pretoria, South Africa Oscar Pistorius will probably testify at his trial later this week, a defense attorney said Tuesday after prosecutors rested their case against the double-amputee runner who is accused of murder in his girlfriend’s death. Pistorius In a rare public comment, Pistorius said he was going through “a tough time” as the case advanced. “We’ve got a lot ahead of us,” he said.

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Ukraine’s defense minister stepped down Tuesday after harsh criticism for authorities’ often-hesitant reaction to Russia’s annexation of Crimea. In an address to parliament in Kiev, Defense Minister Ihor Tenyukh denied that he had failed to issue clear instructions to his troops but reserved the right to resign. Lawmakers initially refused Tenyukh’s resignation but later accepted it and replaced him with Col. Gen. Mykhailo Koval. (AP)

Defense lawyer Brian Webber said Pistorius is “likely” to take the stand to open the defense case. “I don’t think we have a choice. It’s a question of when,” Webber said of Pistorius’ testimony, which legal experts describe as critical because the judge will have a chance to assess firsthand whether he is credible. The case will be decided by Judge Thokozile Masipa with help from two assessors. Earlier Tuesday, defense lawyer Barry Roux sought to show that Pistorius had a loving relationship with his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, referring to messages in which they exchanged compliments. (AP)

ing their chances in Crimea. One serviceman, 30-year-old Senior Lt. Anatoly Mozgovoy, said that he left his wife and sevenmonth-old daughter behind to stay with his mother-in-law in Crimea. “The Russians threatened, intimidated, bullied and tried to

get us to switch sides to Russia. It has been very difficult to resist this enormous pressure but I have made a choice that I can live with,” Mozgovoy said by phone from Genichesk. “We were greeted as heroes in Ukraine. I was able to breathe freely for the first time in months.” ADAM PEMBLE AND PETER LEONARD (AP)

Ethiopia Looks Set to Pass Anti-Gay Law Ethiopia’s lawmakers are set to pass a bill that puts homosexuality on a list of offenses considered “non-pardonable” under the country’s amnesty law, a measure that continues a trend of antigay legislation across Africa. The bill is widely expected to pass when lawmakers put it to a vote next week. (AP) KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

China Calls for Malaysia To Give Satellite Data China demanded Tuesday that Malaysia turn over the satellite data used to conclude that a Malaysia Airlines jetliner had crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, killing all 239 on board. Officials sharply narrowed the search area as a result of that assessment. (AP) KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

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Canadian National Railway said Tuesday it will phase out the type of tank cars involved in the Quebec train derailment last summer that killed 47. Canadian National Railway CEO Claude Mongeau said car design was “one of the most important systematic issues” arising from last summer’s railway explosion in Lac-Megantic, Quebec. (AP)

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Giving last-minute kisses to wives and girlfriends, Ukrainian marines in Crimea piled into buses Tuesday to head back to the mainland. Former comrades saluted them from outside a base that has been overrun by Russian forces. It was a low-key exit from the eastern port of Feodosia, with fewer than a dozen friends or relatives on hand to bid the marines farewell. A troop transporter bearing black Russian military plates trailed the bus as it pulled away. Troops were given the stark choice of staying in Crimea and switching to work for Russia or leaving the peninsula to keep their jobs with Ukraine.

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AN AFGHAN SPECIAL FORCES SOLDIER, left, is welcomed in Kabul,

Afghanistan, after commandos took control of an election office following a Taliban attack. A suicide bomber detonated his vehicle, sparking a four-hour standoff.

“Russia is a regional power that is threatening some of its immediate neighbors — not out of strength but out of weakness.” — PRE SIDENT

Circle of Life? A Danish zoo that faced protests for killing a healthy giraffe to prevent inbreeding says it has put down four lions, including two cubs, to make room for a new male lion. Citing the “pride’s natural structure and behavior,” the Copenhagen Zoo said Tuesday that two old lions had been euthanized as part of a generational shift. It said the cubs were also put down because they were not old enough to fend for themselves. (AP)

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tion programs in place if there’s no sanction for a bishop who decides to ignore them,” Collins said by telephone from her home in Dublin.

“The reason everyone is so angry is not because they have abusers in their ranks. Abusers are in every rank of society. It’s because of the systemic cover-up.” Collins was sexually assaulted by the Rev. Paul McGennis in 1960 when she was 13 and in the hospital. He also took lewd photos of her. She battled anxiety, depression and agoraphobia for decades and was in and out of psychiatric hospitals. When she finally summoned the courage to report her abuser, her pastor told her it was her fault. Francis announced the initial members of the commission after coming under fire from victims’ groups for a perceived lack of attention to the scandal, which has cost the church its credibility — and billions of dollars — in traditionally Catholic strongholds of the U.S., Europe and Latin America. Collins acknowledged that she may be disappointed, but said she felt it was “worth taking the chance” to participate, even at the risk of losing credibility with other abuse victims. NICOLE WINFIELD (AP)

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‘Snatch and Grabs’ Rise Metro officials again warn riders of a spike in electronics thefts Washington Metro said thefts at its more than 80 stations have spiked, especially “snatch and grabs” of personal electronic devices. Once again Metro officials are warning riders to keep a close eye on their electronic devices — especially iPhones. There were 643 iPhones stolen in the system in 2013, compared to 491 in 2012, officials said. Bike thefts at Metro stations are up too — 411 were stolen last year, compared to 330 in 2012.

The approximate proportion of victims who are women. The thieves snatching the devices are primarily young men acting alone, according to Metro Transit Police. (T WP)

In one of the latest incidents, a woman was walking along the platform at Capitol South Metro station Saturday afternoon when a teen came up behind her, grabbed her iPhone and ran. The woman chased the teen, but fell as she was running down the platform. She got up and continued to chase him. The boy was caught just outside the station and arrested, and

her phone was recovered. Although this case had a happy ending, Metro officials remind riders that it is “never a good idea to chase a suspect.” In 2012, a program analyst at the Pentagon broke his arm chasing a man who had snatched his iPad. “No property is worth the risk of getting hurt,” said Metro spokesman Dan Stessel. Instead, officials said, riders should get a good description of the suspect. Metro Transit Police Chief Ron Pavlik told NBC4 that the video of the robbery at Capitol South should be “an eye-opener” for riders that such incidents can happen at any time and anywhere on the system. DANA HEDGPETH (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Bus Routes See Change Washington Metrobus schedules will change for dozens of routes across the region starting Sunday. The changes are part of Metro’s Better Bus initiative.

The District Bus riders in Northeast will have to pay extra attention when boarding the No. 80 at Fort Totten. During most hours on weekdays, every other trip will end at McPherson Square instead of the Kennedy Center. The new W1 route, Shipley Terrace-Fort Drum, will provide service between Fort Drum, The Shops at Park Village, THEARC, Southeast Tennis and Learning Center, Congress Heights Station and Southern Avenue Station. We e k d ay s e r v ic e w i l l b e increased on the W4 route, Deanwood-Alabama Avenue.

Maryland Metro is adding more weekday evening service on Route 89 in Laurel, Md. The No. 87, known as the Laurel Express, will extend from Greenbelt to New Carrollton. Route 88 will be eliminated.

The A11 and A12 buses will no longer serve the former Landover Mall site. The limited-stop K9 route has been extended to the federal FDA-FRC complex in White Oak.

Virginia Metrobus is launching two new routes: the 10R will provide service between Alexandria, Crystal City and Rosslyn during the weekday rush hour. Route 10S will replace Route 9E service during weekday rush hours. Routes 10A and 10E will serve the Pentagon and routes 10R and 10S will operate to Rosslyn, bypassing the Pentagon. A new bus route will provide weekend and holiday morning service from Union Station to Reagan National Airport. The 13Y will replace all 13F and 13G service. Also some changes will go into effect in the McLean-Crystal City routes. New route 23W, Westpark Shuttle, will provide ser vice bet ween Tysons Corner Center and Tysons-Westpark Transit Station serving Tysons Galleria until the Silver Line opens. LUZ L A ZO (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Student May Have Been a Threat Prosecutors said Tuesday there is evidence that a Georgetown University student charged last week with possessing the biological toxin ricin may have wanted to poison someone with the powdery substance. Daniel Harry Milzman, 19, was arrested last week after investigators found a potentially lethal amount of the toxin in his dorm room. Court papers filed Tuesday describe Milzman as an emotional college student who struggled with depression and vacillated between wanting to hurt himself — and someone else.

Police were called to Daniel Milzman’s dorm after he confided in a friend, showing him the ricin he had produced. The friend told investigators that he didn’t think Milzman was suicidal but that he was “definitely a threat to someone,” according to a document filed by prosecutors. Milzman told his friend through tears that he was feeling anxious and unfulfilled, according to prosecutors. Milzman also told the friend that he “scared himself” and that he was confiding in him because “part of Milzman wanted to be dared to use it and the other part of Milzman wanted to avoid using it,” according to the filing. (T WP)

During a detention hearing in federal court, Milzman’s attorney told the judge that the college sophomore had been battling depression since high school and that he needs treatment — not incarceration. “He was having a hard time in his life. He was a scared 19-year-old kid,” said defense attorney Danny Onorato. The judge ordered Milzman released to an in-patient psychi-

How Much Do You Need to Make to Afford D.C. Rent? Washington According to a new report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a minimum-wage worker in D.C. — where the wage floor is $8.25 an hour — would need to work 137 hours a week to afford what the Department of Housing and Urban Development considers a fair market rent for a modest two-bedroom home. Put another way: A local household would need 3.4 full-time minimum-wage workers to afford such a home. Or, a single earner in that household would need to make a lot more money: $28.25 an hour to be exact. The National Low Income Housing Coalition refers to this

last statistic as a “housing wage.” It’s the amount of money a person would need to earn per hour to afford the local fair market rent (including utilities) for a two-bedroom home, based on a 40-hour week and a 52-week working year that assumes zero time off. This figure also assumes that a person spends no more than 30 percent of his or her income on housing. In D.C., HUD’s fair market twobedroom rent is $1,469 a month, meaning a household would need to make more than $58,000 a year. The District currently has one of the largest gaps in the country between what minimum-wage workers earn and what they’d need to make to afford such a home. EMILY BADGER (THE WASHINGTON POST )

atric program at Sibley Hospital. Assistant U.S. Attorney Maia Miller asked the judge to delay his release order pending an appeal by the government to the chief judge. Prosecutors said in court papers they want Milzman to remain in jail pending any trial because they say his conduct was “extremely serious, reckless and dangerous” and because he is charged with an

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late-season snowstorm on Tuesday in Washington. The white stuff didn’t accumulate too badly on city roads, but several inches accumulated throughout the day on grassy areas.

Bring on the Tourists! After 32 months and $15 million in repair work, the venerable Washington Monument will reopen for public tours on May 12, the National Park Service announced Tuesday. The monument has been closed since the 5.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the Washington region Aug. 23, 2011, shook the structure from its base to the top of its pyramidion. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Metro worker Adrian Sclawy, 61, who managed the transit agency’s surplusequipment warehouse, was charged Tuesday with illegally pocketing $60,000 in proceeds from the sale of used heavy machinery, including a bulldozer and an asphalt roller, Prince George’s County authorities said. Sclawy was indicted by a Prince George’s grand jury on a charge of felony theft, said a spokesman for the state’s attorney’s office. (TWP) FAIRFAX

Fairfax Schools Chief: Teacher Pay to Increase Fairfax County schools chief Karen Garza said Monday that retaining quality teachers remains one of her top priorities as she plans a series of salary raises in upcoming years. Garza was interviewed on “The Kojo Nnamdi Show” Monday afternoon on WAMU 88.5 FM, and discussed some of the challenges she faces in her first year as superintendent. Among her goals, she said, is making Fairfax the top-paying school system in the region. (TWP)


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Bowser Hits Her Stride

A new poll puts the Ward 4 Council member neck and neck with Mayor Gray

Hope for Gray Gray, however, retains a path to victory, albeit a narrowing one. A core group of voters remains determined to turn out for him — unlike Bowser, who has attracted

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AMANDA VOISARD (FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

A once-fractious primary battle for the D.C. mayoralty has narrowed into a two-person race between incumbent Vincent Gray and D.C. Council member Muriel Bowser, who are in a dead heat for the Democratic nomination, according to a new Washington Post poll. Bowser, Ward 4, has surged to gain the support of 30 percent of likely voters, more than doubling her support since the last Post survey in early January. Gray’s support is unchanged at 27 percent, showing steadiness but no growth in the wake of new corruption allegations from federal prosecutors. The polling indicates that, across a field of eight candidates, Bowser is now best positioned to capitalize on concerns about Gray’s honesty. Her surge also offers more evidence that the electorate sees little connection between the city’s chief executive and its economic boom; by a two-to-one margin, voters say the city is on the right track, according to the poll. If voters elect Bowser, they would be voting out a one-term mayor for the second election in a row. “The city has evolved so much in the last 20 years, our success is not dictated on who the mayor is,” said Jerry Crute, a 46-year-old Capitol Hill resident. “Most of the candidates would do an excellent job.” But Crute said the federal investigation has disqualified Gray, and he is now choosing between Bowser and fellow Council member Tommy Wells, Ward 6. Walking into the voting booth, he said, “will be a true gut-check moment: Who do I truly believe can beat Gray?”

Muriel Bowser has risen above a crowded field to become the candidate most likely to beat Mayor Vincent Gray in the primary.

support from a more persuadable and uncertain slice of the electorate. And there are signs that fewer voters than usual will turn out for Tuesday’s election, which could benefit Gray and his more dedicated base. Fifty-four percent of registered Democrats surveyed say they are certain to vote, a figure that lags behind previous mayoral primaries. Marvin Lee Battle, a 75-yearold Congress Heights resident, said he’s determined to vote for Gray. “If you’ve been in D.C. for a while, you know what happened to Marion Barry,” said Battle, referring to the former mayor’s 1990 prosecution on drug charges. “They’re doing the same thing to Gray. I’m really not supporting Gray so much as I disagree with what the government is doing.” Still, three-quarters of likely Democratic voters overall say Gray has been investigated fairly. And roughly six in 10 believe allegations aired in federal court earlier this month by businessman Jeffrey Thompson that Gray knew about the secret campaign.

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The poll indicates that Bowser has more room to grow. Asked whom they prefer as their second choice, 22 percent of likely voters pick Bowser, while only 7 percent choose Gray. And nearly half of likely voters say there is a chance they could change their minds — far more uncertainty than four years ago at an earlier stage. Among those who say they could change their minds, more say Bowser is their second choice (24 percent) than Gray (10 percent). Much of Bowser’s new support comes from voters who were previously undecided — and much comes from those who previously supported Council member Jack Evans, D-Ward 2, who has lost more support since January than any other candidate, according to the poll.

Mayor Vincent Gray’s job approval rating in the most recent poll. In January, it was 59 percent positive to 38 percent negative among registered voters. It is now evenly split — matching former Mayor Adrian Fenty’s numbers before his primary loss in 2010. Additionally, nearly half of voters say the scandal will be a major factor in their vote, and more than a third say Gray did something illegal. (T WP)

Should Vincent Gray prevail, his political future would by no means be assured. This month, AtLarge Council member David Catania launched an independent campaign to challenge the Democratic nominee in the fall general election. As in January, Gray continues to run even with Catania, at 41 percent apiece among all registered voters — potentially setting the city up for its most competitive general election ever. Should Muriel Bowser prevail, Catania’s fortunes would reverse. Bowser leads Catania by more than 30 percentage points. (T WP)

Yari Lorenzo, a 39-year-old Takoma resident, said she is most attracted to an outsider candidate, restaurateur Andy Shallal, and would vote for him if Gray weren’t on the ballot. “But I’m voting for Muriel Bowser,” the homemaker said, saying she felt Bowser had the better chance to unseat Gray. “It sounds awful, but it comes down to that.”

The Other Challengers None of Gray’s six other challengers have seen their support grow appreciably, according to the poll. Wells showed a slight but statistically insignificant uptick, from 12 to 14 percent. A campaign message focused on ethics and good government has not translated into broad support beyond those focused on those issues. Support for Evans slipped from 12 percent to 6 percent, putting him in a dead heat for fourth place with Shallal, a first-time candidate. No other candidate shows support above 3 percent. MIK E DeB ONIS A ND SCOT T CLEMENT (THE WASHINGTON POST )


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Let’s Play Matchmaker CHRIS O’MEARA (AP)

The Wizards will have just 11 regular-season games left after tonight’s meeting with the Phoenix Suns. And barring a calamitous collapse, Washington will make the playoffs for the first time since the 2007-08 season. In the fluid playoff picture, the Wizards could finish anywhere from fourth to eighth place, although they seem destined for a No. 5 or 6 seed. The team they draw in the first round could go a long way in determining how far the Wizards can go, so let’s take a look at some possible matchups. ELLIOT T SMITH (FOR E XPRESS)

Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson died in his home Tuesday in Michigan.

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Season record vs. Wizards: 3-1

Season record vs. Wizards: 0-2, one game remaining (April 5)

The Raptors are in line to win the Atlantic Division and earn the No. 3 seed. Toronto had the Wizards’ number in the teams’ first three contests, winning by an average of 10.3 points per game, but Washington captured a thrilling, triple-overtime win in Toronto in late February. The Raptors have the guards in DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry to keep up with Washington and a solid group of interior players led by Jonas Valanciunas, but they’ve also had a long playoff drought and could have some postseason jitters. Odds the Wizards advance: It would be a tossup between two similarly built teams.

Brooklyn Nets

Miami Heat

Season record vs. Wizards: 0-3

Season record vs. Wizards: 2-1, one game remaining (April 14)

One of the unheralded stories of the season is what Tom Thibodeau’s Bulls have been able to accomplish while playing with a ragtag unit missing the injured Derrick Rose and the traded Luol Deng. Chicago is a nasty, smothering squad personified by professional pest and MVP candidate Joakim Noah and the Bulls have only gotten better since the Wizards beat them twice in a five-day span back in January. Chicago is arguably the worst matchup Washington could draw in the postseason.

The Nets got off to a painfully slow start before rounding into form. They currently hold a 1½-game edge over Washington for the fifth spot in the conference, meaning the odds are slim these teams would meet in the playoffs. That’s too bad, because Washington has a big advantage in youth and speed against Brooklyn. Rookie coach Jason Kidd figures to have some speed bumps in coaching playoff basketball, too. The Wizards have won all three matchups, but they’ve been close (by an average of 5.7 points a game).

If the Wizards really stumble down the stretch, they could find themselves in the No. 7 slot and with an unfortunate matchup against the defending champs. Washington has acquitted itself well this season against its division rivals, but LeBron James & Co. would be geared up to get this series done as quickly as possible. The Wizards held a fourthquarter lead in a March 10 matchup with Miami, but Dwyane Wade took over down the stretch for a 99-90 Heat triumph.

Odds the Wizards advance: This would probably not end well for the Wizards.

Odds the Wizards advance: A good matchup for Washington, but highly unlikely.

Odds the Wizards advance: Miami could very well sweep the Wizards in this mismatch.

Racing to Get RGIII: A flurry of tweets Sunday between Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Richmond International Raceway President Dennis Bickmeier about getting Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, left, to the Toyota Owners 400 on April 26 was no goof. “I’m game brother,” Griffin tweeted in response. Bickmeier suggested RGIII could drive the pace car. By Monday, track officials had reached out to the Redskins. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson, who helped found the American Football League in 1960, died at his home on Tuesday afternoon. He was 95. Bills president Russ Brandon made the announcement at the NFL winter meetings in Orlando, Fla. Wilson was the founder and sole owner of the Bills after establishing the team with the upstart AFL in 1960. He played a key role in the league merger’s with the NFL. He was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 2009. Wilson died at his home in Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., around 1:40 p.m., said Mary Mazur, spokeswoman for the Wayne County medical examiner’s office. He had been receiving in-home hospice care. Wilson had been in failing health for several years. JOHN WAWROW (AP)

TV Lineup NBA (8 P.M., ESPN) The Heat (48-21) and Pacers (51-20) have dominated the East, but both have struggled a bit recently. Miami has lost seven of its past 12 games, while Indiana has lost three of four. The two East powerhouses face off tonight at Indiana.


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The day after he issued a fourpage letter to fans, announcing the founding of a foundation that will aid Native Americans, Redskins owner Dan Snyder presented his vision to his fellow owners at the NFL’s annual meetings. Snyder also introduced the Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation chief executive officer Gary L. Edwards to NFL officials and solicited their support. Snyder declined comment when asked to speak on the meeting and the founding of the charitable organization. But general manager Bruce Allen and Edwards both said the team received positive response. Allen said that the creation of the foundation came in response to the

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“We are hopeful that when his team finally stands on the right side of history and changes its name, he will honor the commitment to Native Americans that he is making today.” — R AY H A LBRIT TER, AN ONEIDA INDIAN NATION TRIBAL REPRESENTATIVE, IN A STATEMENT RELEASED MONDAY

reaction Snyder received from a letter he issued to fans in October, insisting that despite criticisms, he didn’t intend to change his team’s name. Edwards — a Cherokee, who recently retired as deputy assistant director of the United States Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security — said a former coworker who lives near Allen suggested the

two meet because of the belief that Edwards could help the Redskins. Snyder already had started visiting reservations, but Edwards provided further guidance and conducted a survey of 100 reservations, asking them about their most pressing needs. Edwards, who himself said he has “no problem” with the name, said the Indian people they talked to cared very little about the Redskins’ nickname, and instead they shared “more pressing needs.” Snyder began working to meet those needs, donating 3,000 coats to tribes. In the past year, Snyder has faced criticism over the team’s name, which some Native American tribes have called offensive. Several state and local officials have also spoken out. Last season, the Redskins drew protests at many of their road games and groups have lobbied NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to take action. MIKE JONES (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Projected payroll of the Los Angeles Dodgers, ending the New York Yankees’ 15-year streak as baseball’s biggest spenders, according to a study of all major league contracts by The Associated Press. New York, which last failed to top the payroll rankings in 1998, was a distant second at $204 million. After that, it was another huge gap to Philadelphia at $180 million, followed by Boston at $163 million and Detroit at $162 million. (AP)


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Barclays Center hosted this year’s Atlantic 10 tournament. In 2017, the ACC will move to the Brooklyn, N.Y., venue for two years.

ACC Tourney to N.Y. League signs a deal to move to Barclays Center for two years College Basketball The ACC is taking its men’s basketball tournament to New York. A person familiar with the situation said Tuesday the league has completed a two-year deal to bring the tournament to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center starting in 2017. The Atlantic 10 was scheduled to play its tournament there through 2017, but will move in exchange for playing an ACC/A-10 doubleheader at Barclays during the 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. The A-10 tournament will then return to Barclays for three years starting in 2019.

The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the league hasn’t publicly commented on the move. The ACC and Atlantic 10 are scheduled to hold a news conference today at the Barclays Center to announce the deal. It wasn’t immediately clear where the Atlantic 10 will hold its tournament in 2017 and 2018, nor which teams from each conference would participate in the doubleheaders. The ACC will hold next year’s tournament in Greensboro, N.C., home to the league headquarters, before going to Washington, D.C., in 2016. The move to New York represents a shift from the ACC tournament’s Southern roots after years of conference realignment. Louisville’s arrival in July will mark the

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Gary Williams Honored: Former Maryland men’s basketball coach Gary Williams has been elected to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Williams confirmed the development in a brief telephone conversation Tuesday, calling the honor “very gratifying.” Williams is part of an eight-member class of 2014 that will be enshrined on Nov. 23 in Kansas City, Mo. Other inductees include Grant Hill (Duke) and Shaquille O’Neal (LSU). Williams, who retired from coaching in 2011 after 461 wins at Maryland and a national title in 2002, has also been nominated for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. That induction class will be announced during the Final Four in early April. ALE X PREWIT T (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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2BR Special 1150 No Application Fee! Available for Immediate Move In!!!! • Energy-efficient systems • Stainless steel appliances • Microwave • Dishwasher • Kitchen Breakfast Bars • Washer & Dryer

• Brushed Nickel Accents • Large Closets • Central Air Conditioning • On-site Management • On-site Maintenance

Professionally Managed by

www.wcsmith.com

1 Bedrooms: 825

BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES

NE

BAD/NEGATIVE CREDIT Removed from Credit Report. Guaranteed or your money back. 202-775-6932

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SALES & AUCTIONS Arlington—3115 7th St. N, Arlington, VA, Saturday, March 29, 10 AM - 4 PM, House is being torn down. Fixtures and furniture will be available for sale. Must return to remove fixtures. Herndon—Sale Piano, Tools, Appls, Furn, Mower, Tbl Tens, Big&Tall 2917 Timber Wood Way, 20171, March 29, 2014, 8am, 240-523-3863

PETS ADOPTA CAT/KITTEN Vet checked.Call FelineFoundation. 703-920-8665 www.ffgw.org Cute Puppies—Puppies, Several Puppy Breeds Very Nice www.wvpuppy.com 304-267-6333 DOBERMAN PUPS, AKC, M/F, S/W, blks, reds, blues. Well mature large. Champ. Ped. health guarantee, $600 up, 540-645-1962 English springer — $450.00, 301-639-4778 AKC puppies. Tri-color. Adorable! Ready for forever homes on April 5. Yorkie Poodle—Princess,missing, 2yrs old, Br/Blk,white Tip on Rt Paw, 9lbs. Rosaryville area, Upper Marlboro, MD, Last Seen 3/22/14 (2pm). Reward 202-288-1636

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PARADISE AT PARKSIDE 1 Bedrooms @ $750

5 minute walk from the Minnesota Ave Metro Controlled access entry • Laundromat facilities on-site Free summer camp • Community Center Gas heat & cooking • Central A/C and much, much more!

Application Fee $25.00

for one adult 18yrs and older or two adults $35 3551 Jay Street NE, Washington DC 20019

202-388-0274

M-F 9am-4pm Saturday 10am-2pm

Jetu Apartments • FREE UTILITIES • Wall-to-Wall Carpet • On-Site Laundry & Playgrounds • 24-hr. Emergency Maintenance • Steps away from Café, Shopping & Metro

3 Bedrooms @ $1199 per month *Vouchers Welcome

(202) 553-3814 www.novodev.com

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888.891.8472

$20 Application fee Metro Accessible Controlled Entry Free Parking

3738 D St. SE 20019

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877.814.0692

202.678.2548

2343 Green Street SE • Wash. DC 20020

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869 21st Street • Washington, DC

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10000

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www.wcsmith.com William C. Smith & Co./EHO

2629 Douglas Rd., SE • Washington, DC

1-877-801-4266

Professionally Managed By CIH Properties, Inc.

Rents Starting @ $765 $

0 app fee • 1 & 2 br Available

305 37th Street SE

866.759.0564

Perfect Price at The Perfect Location

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• All Utilities Included • Fitness Center/Swimming Pool

1 Bedrooms @ $799 Individually Controlled Heat & Air Wall to Wall Carpet Laundry Room In Every Building

Max. Income Qualifications: 1 pers. $45,180 • 2 pers. $51,600

M-F 9-6 Sat. 10-5 Sun. 12-4

* Tax Credit Studio applicants only • Restrictions Apply*

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

202-562-5060

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Professionally Managed By CIH Properties, Inc.

SE - 1-2 BR on Greenline, Secure, Quiet. Great Floors. Approved Voucher. Avail Immediately From $950 Call 703-912-4885 SE - Furnished room, w2w carpet, CAC/heat, near bus. $165/week.SPECIAL - utilities included. 202-399-0396 or 202-207-5569 SE-Hanover Court. Under new mgmt. 1BR $775+. 2BR $850. $50 app fee 2412 Hartford St. #202 SE. 202-506-6416 NMI Property Management SE - Newly renovated, 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms. Central air and heat. W/D in unit. Section 8 welcome. Starting @ $1200. Call Jerome 202-321-5596

EAGLES CROSSING

*Income Limits Apply

Family Size Maximum Income 1

$45,180

2

$51,600

3

$58,080

4

$64,500

**Only 1 & 2 BRs available.

All found at THE OVERLOOK professionally managed by

202-969-3032 www.theoverlookdc.com Southeast

EHO

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

Call for details

(877) 464-9774 3539 A St. SE

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

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

SW-Madison Ct. Under New Management. Starting at 1BR $815+, 2BR $915+. 32 Chesapeake St. SW 202-561-7368 NMI Property Management Washington DC Southeast Roland Park - 4801-15 Texas Ave, SE. Call to make an appointment to see our 1&2 BR, steps from Blue Line. From $805 + cooking gas/elec. 301-559-9111. Benning Rd Apts - 4952 Benning Rd. SE-NO VACANCIES. WASHINGTON, DC - 1BR & 2BR. NE & SE. Starting at $1,000. Section 8 welcome. Please call 202-270-4279

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202-575-2990

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(202) 584-1688

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www.wcsmith.com

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1 BR $849

GREENWOOD MANOR

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3839 64th Ave Hyattsville MD 20784

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$

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2100 Maryland Ave., NE • Washington, DC 20002

888.659.5771

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College Park/ University Gardens Apartments1BR & 2BR Garden style apts. Located in Old Town section of College Park. Walking distance to UMD & College Park Metro. All utilities included. On site parking. Rent specials available for Early Move-ins. JE Smith Corp 202-582-2473 www.jesapts.com

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116 Irvington Street SW

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W/W carpet, CAC/1 Air/Heat, Dishwasher, Laundry facility, fee

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

M-F 9-5 • Sat 10-4

Housing Choice Vouchers Welcome where rents are within voucher limits

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from $825

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6617 Atwood Street

301-630-1300

301-735-2104

Call today to schedule an appointment tour!

SPRING SAVINGS EVENT Great Location

Hyattsville

Summer Ridge * w/approved credit **Limited Availability

1525 Elkwood Lane Capitol Heights, MD 20742

(866) 574-7408

*Income Qualifications

1 BR from $869 2 BR from $999

ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED for a small fee Prices subject to verification

# Occupants

Maximum Income

1

$41,180

2

$51,600

3

$58,080

4

$64,500

INSTANT PRE-APPROVAL www.addisonchapel.com

Performance. People. Pride.

SPRING IS IN THE AIR At

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MOVE-IN SPECIAL

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$

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On residential street next to DeMatha HS Off-st parking • Ceiling Fans (tenant pays electric • carpet extra)

301-779-1734

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(301) 841-9305

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• Free gas and water • State-of-the-art fitness center • Right across from the NEW WEGMANS • Remodeled w/brand new Kitchens • Licensed daycare on premises

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3402 Dodge Park Rd. • Landover, MD 20785

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866.914.9712

• Walk to Elementary School

908 Marcy Ave. • Oxon Hill, MD 20745

888-583-3045

7742 Finns Lane Lanham, MD 20706

11658 South Laurel Drive Laurel, MD 20708

• Walk to Metro

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www.novodev.com

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866.507.2283

1829 Belle Haven Drive, Hyattsville, MD 20785

• Mins from 495, Rt. 50, 295

SOME RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY

CypressCreekApts.com

• After school programs

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(866) 405-6986

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www.universitycityapts.com

866.464.0993

888-217-1901

2 BRS $1,075 3 BRS $1,275

PERFECT FLOOR PLANS! PERFECT LOCATION! LET US FIND YOU THE PERFECT HOME!

MOVE-IN SPECIAL! 1ST MONTH RENT ONLY $599 (WITH A 12 MO. LEASE)

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Hyattsville

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from $950

• Ceiling Fans • Lovely Setting • Near the New ARTS DISTRICT • Close to Shopping & Metro

• Metro Accessible

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OAKCREST TOWERS

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877-898-6958 www.kingssquareapartments.com

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• • • • • • •

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6400 Riverdale Road • Riverdale, MD 20737

888-251-1872

www.parkviewgardensapartments.com Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat. 10-4, Sun. 12-4

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5409 Riverdale Road • Riverdale, MD 20737

800-767-2189

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MT. RAINIER

MOVE IN SPECIAL

$

(when you sign a 12mo. lease)

1BR $825 • 2BR $925

301-637-0723

t

FOREST FORES E T HILLS L

APARTMENTS

1 & 3 Brs • Move in by 4/1/14 We will waive the remainder of March’s Pro Rate

TAK PK—New Hamp. Ave.

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

• Largest Apts., in Oxon Hill Bring in this • Newly Renovated Apts. coupon up to receive • Across from United Medical $ $35 Center w/ New Children’s Hospital Wing rent cr credit If Approved vedd • Housing Vouchers Welcome (MD) • ALL CREDIT CONSIDERED

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• 2 Playgrounds • Five Minutes for 95 South & North GYM, Lounge and Business Center

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

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Mon, tue, wed, thu 9-7 • fri, sat 9-5 • sun 11-5

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ARLINGTON, VA-Roommate to shr apt. Lg BR, pvt BA. Shr common areas. Fully furn, W/D. F pref. Must like pet. Bkgrd check & proof of emplymnt. Close to Metro (1 stop from Nat'l airport) & pub transp. $800 inc utils +dep. Min 6mo lease. 571-263-7041

Awesome Location Spacious Floorplans

ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED (a/c extra)

SILVER SPR/Forest Glen Metro

BOWIE, MD- Share my home, 1 large BR, w/ pvt BA, walk-in closet, W/D, close to Metro. $750. Call 301-437-8016

1 Bedrooms $1250 2 Bedrooms $1450

Move In Special

CAP HGHTS/SUITLAND - 2 blks metro. Cbl/Int, utils incl. Starting at $500-750/mo. + dep. 301-706-7162

ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED!!!

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

FORT WASHINGTON- Male to shre hse $150 & $160/wk incl all utils. Call Larry, after 3pm 240-441-8675

www.lloydapartments.com

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HYATTSVILLE - 1 BR with living room, own BA, share kitchen. $750/month all utilities included. 1 month security deposit. Call 301-351-7452

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TOWERS MOVE-IN SPECIAL

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

(when you sign a 12 mo. lease).

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Silver Spring

UPPER MARLBORO

Up to 1.5 Months

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Up to 1½ Months Free Ask Marketing Specialist for details

The View at Liberty Center

4000 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22203

*On select units

301-955-1479

703-852-1059

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VA RENTALS

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1 BRs from $1100’s • 2 BRs from $1200’s

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• Spacious apt homes conveniently located near AAFB & FedEx Field • Large closets • Pool & Exercise Room • Indoor racquetball court • Washer/Dryers in each unit • Fireplace*

1 BR’s are $1050

Ready to use level mountain top parcel with stately hardwoods & fragrant mountain laurel which will bloom in spring with breathtaking pink & white flowers. Teeming with wildlife! Only 100 miles west of Beltway in charming country town with terrific shopping, dining and medical facilities. New perc, survey, ALL MINERAL RIGHTS INCLUDED, warranty deed. Best financing in area. CALL NOW 1-800-888-1262.

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Forest Glen Apts. 301.593.0485

TRACT 5 BE KING OF THE MTN! 12+/- ACRES only $54,900 BEST VIEWS! NEAR RIVERFRONT PARK CLOSE TO DC

703-221-3146

Arlington

1439 Southern Ave.

LOTS & ACREAGE FOR SALE

LINDEN PARK APARTMENTS 3600 Jurgensen Drive Triangle, VA 22172

*All Prices & Specials Subject to change without notice.

(888) 450-3292

*Call about our move-in specials

LUSTINE DODGE

Starting at $800

SOUTHERN TOWERS

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LANHAM/ Glendale- 1 BR studio, pvt kitch, bath in hse to share.N/S $850 incl utils. 240-423-7923 LANHAM, MD- Share house, NS, CA/cable TV, vw/vw, no pets. Utilities incl. $450/$490+dep. Call 202-251-9168 NE/Ft Totten Metro- N/S. unfurn BR. in 3BR, 2.5BA in SFH. & Bsmnt Rm avail. $935-$985. W/D, Cbl, int, maid svc. utils incl 202-494-3692 OXON HILL, MD - in nice house, share kitchen, cable available, walk to shops, on bus line, male preferred. 202-549-0060 SE - Furn rm in house, share BA/kit. Near metro & harbor. Pref female. $165/wk inc util/cble. 301-922-6393 Upper Marlboro- Rm to rent Shrd BA & Kit $600/mo Utils/cable incl. $200 dep. Quiet area, 301-237-6862

Apartments

4901 Seminary Rd., ALEXANDRIA, VA

Ask about our rental coupon special!

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LANDOVER-M/F to shr house. Furn BR. $150/wk inc all utils. No sec dep. NO Credit Check! 301-5161243

99 South Bragg St, Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-6300  www.BraggTowers.com

Save $100 off monthly rent for 2 & 3 Br

Utilities & Carpet Included! (A/C Extra)

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK MON-FRI 8:30-5:30 • SAT 10-4PM

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Alexandria

WINDSOR COURT AND TOWER APTS

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Is there anyone alive who doesn’t have a secret fondness for Shakira? She’s an avatar of pop-culture globalization — a Colombian singer-songwriter of Lebanese descent whose songs are a multicultural grab bag of melodies from the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and, most prominently on her new, self-titled album, the American South. Shakira has weird, very specific tastes: “Shakira,” out now, is not her first album to feature near-lethal doses of reggae and ’90s alt-rock, as if she hasn’t yet realized that those things are mostly awful. Yet she also has the broadest canvas of any pop diva in memory and still sounds instantly, recognizably like herself. “Shakira,” her charming, awkward, immensely appealing new disc, tests this theory. It seems like an uneasy bargain between what she wants (rootsy, often acousticbased pop with a rangy feel) and what the producers want (hits). The singer routinely tries to contemporize her sound, but seldom has the divide seemed so great. The best tracks split the difference: The new wave/reggae hybrid

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“Can’t Remember to Forget You” is an energetic duet with Rihanna. “Loca por Ti” (one of a handful of Spanish tracks on the album) is ’80s jukebox country, finely rendered. The midtempo Latin pop track “You Don’t Care About Me” recalls vintage Marc Anthony. Taylor Swift haunts the disc’s weakest track, “Spotlight” (which sounds like a reheated “Red” outtake), as well as the folk ballad “23,” one of its best. Shakira has never been much of a lyricist, but “23” is clunkier, and also braver, than Swift would ever dare to be.

Shakira has four fully formed emotions: Reproachful, Cheery, Let’s Dance and I Want to Do Things to You. She’s commanding on the Spanish-language songs, playful on the bangers, subdued on the songs that are obviously illsuited for her, such as the Nashville ballad “Medicine,” a collaboration with Blake Shelton, her fellow judge on “The Voice.” They sing at each other and both of them sound as if they’d rather be anywhere else. Shelton treats her with unusual delicacy, as if he was enlisted partly for his hit-making skills and partly to stop her from running away. ALLISON STEWART (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Israeli Fans Finally Get Satisfaction: A promoter for the Rolling Stones said the band will play its first show in Israel in Tel Aviv on June 4. Some musicians stay away from the Middle Eastern nation due to politics while for others it’s a matter of logistics. Whenever a major band comes it’s big news. Other big names playing Israel this year include Neil Young, Justin Timberlake and the Pixies, who canceled a visit in 2010 apparently for political reasons. (AP)


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One Surprise After Another Despite spending nearly half her life under the glare of the cameras, Jennifer Aniston admits she’s still not used to baggage that comes with it, from paparazzi to the tabloid headlines. Her secret is not believing the hype that envelops her. “There’s times when you see people climbing and getting success and you start to see, oh, they’re starting to really change,” Aniston said. “So I always just make the effort to be as humble and grateful as possible.” In a recent interview, Aniston chatted about challenging herself, a possible sequel to last year’s “We’re the Millers” and turning 45. You’re doing a sequel to “Horrible Bosses.” Any other characters you’d like to revisit?

I think Rose and the Millers would be fun, to kind of see where that’s going to go, and I know we’re

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probably going to do another one of those. You’re producing and starring in the upcoming drama “Cake.” How interested are you in more work behind the camera?

It’s almost more interesting. I think there’s something so wonderful

about being part of the process from the seed of the idea to seeing it come to life on a screen. And to have a hand in that creatively, not just showing up as an actor for hire. You recently celebrated your 45th birthday. Do you pause to reflect on such milestones?

Books Fans of “Portlandia,” rejoice! — in a non-competitive, earth-friendly way, of course. McSweeney’s has released “The Portlandia Activity Book,” ($28) by Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Jonathan Krisel, creators of the hipper-than-thou IFC comedy series. This spiral-bound collection — suitable for trading at the farmers market — is full of

games, tests, art projects and advice guaranteed to help you Portlandactualize. (All this for just $28 — How much is that in CHE hours?) If you’ve a l w a y s w a n ted to put a bird on it, but didn’t know where to star t, here are four easy-to-use stencils, including the Indigo Bunting, which is so handy for “empty spaces that could fit a bird.” To get your creative juices flowing, try using the blank page to “illustrate the sound of fruit ripening in a community garden.”

More experienced artists will enjoy “Paint By Punk Numbers,” using 29 different shades of black, from “Black Sabbath Black” to “Misfits Mosh Pit Black Eye Black.” (Kids will want to start on the Non-Normative Coloring Book.) For enhanced spiritual direction, add the following Tarot cards to your pack: The Recycler, The Beekeeper and The Bodily Fluid Artist (“She embodies passion, conf lict, and aggression, with grim sexuality thrumming under all she does.”). Once you’ve used the BlindDate Forecaster, you might get things rolling with one of the handy

“Homeland” actor James Rebhorn died Friday at age 65 of skin cancer. PEOPLE

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Actor James Rebhorn, who appeared in “Homeland” and “Scent of a Woman,” penned his own obituary that appears on the website for St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jersey City, N.J. Rebhorn died Friday at age 65 of skin cancer. He wrote that without his wife and two daughters “his life would have been little more than a vapor.” Rebhorn concluded that he was a lucky man in every way. (AP)

Though you may not have a checklist, are there other things you want to achieve in Hollywood?

I just want to keep tr ying to surprise myself and I want to keep challenging myself and have the courage to really do that, in spite of possible failure. SANDY COHEN (AP)

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wallet-sized Conversation Starter Cards, such as “I used to think gender was binary.” It’s all here to “enrich the Pacific Northwestern part of your psyche.” In their introduction, Armisen and Brownstein promise that “by the time you’ve made it to the end, you will have arrived at a higher flannel-insulated state of consciousness, imbued with the heady confidence of a spoken-word poet at open-mic night.” Look for a copy at your local feminist bookstore. If it’s anything like the show’s incompetent shop, the book will take a year to arrive. RON CHARLES (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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“This Time Machine is intended to show how much we rely on culture. So let artists bang it out without fear of being sued. (...that’s what she said)” — JOE SABIA AT THEOFFICE TIMEMACHINE.COM describes his

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You’re not ready to take that leap of faith. A little more soul-searching is necessary before you can let go like that.

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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) A slowdown may be the result of a recent decision that you were forced to make. Now you have to deal with the fallout. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You may have been looking forward to a little time alone, but you’re surrounded by a great many who need something from you.

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You may have to experience something rather unpleasant before you can come out the other side and enjoy time in the sun. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You’re looking forward to claiming today as “your day,” but first you may have to tend to a nagging personal issue.

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