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On Sunday, 662 people dressed as Charlie Chaplin pose in front of his former home in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland. Fans of the actor and filmmaker gathered to celebrate his birthday — he was born April 16, 1889 — and the first year of the Chaplin museum in his adopted hometown.

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An alligator interrupting a round of golf in Florida? Ho-hum. Consider this recent hazard in Australia, reported by UPI: dozens of kangaroos lounging on a fairway and putting green and even in the bunkers at a course in New South Wales. Some of the kangaroos carried a baby in their pouch. Greg Tannos, who runs a tourism website Down Under, was unfazed, since the marsupials let him play through. (EXPRESS)

Montana State University professor Gilbert Kalonde probably didn’t expect to get any shade thrown at him when he went to Wal-Mart to buy a state fishing license. But he said an employee at the Bozeman store listed the teacher’s occupation on the state database for licenses as “clean toilets.” Kalonde last week responded by suing Wal-Mart for libel, contending that incident exposed him to “hatred, contempt, ridicule.” (AP)

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The overlooked come to life Black female Civil  War re-enactors help give hidden figures a voice TRANSPORTATION

KATHERINE FREY (THE WASHINGTON POST)

THE DISTRICT Days before Emancipation Day, on the top floor of a D.C. government office building with a view of the Capitol dome, Bobbie Coles is turning into someone else. About a dozen people eat sandwiches as she becomes “Hattie” — a slave she describes as a “nameless, faceless woman of the Civil War.” Hattie was stolen from her parents, she says. Then her 10 children, sold into slavery, were stolen from her. Her monologue, offered in period dress and a breaking voice as she leans on a walker, isn’t designed to send audience members back to their desks with a spring in their step. “My life has been one of hardship and toil,” she says. “The only time I counts for anything is on the auction block,” she says. “When I’m free, I’m going to choose my own name,” she says. When she finishes, the only sound in the room is the rustle of old-fashioned dresses — a hallmark of the Female Re-Enactors

Members of the Female Re-Enactors of Distinction — from left, Bobbie Coles, Sandra Wilson, Catherine Ajenifuja, Christine Bennett and Marcia E. Cole — wait to speak about the people they represent from the Civil War era.

of Distinction (FREED), six of whom are on hand for an event celebrating Emancipation Day, when slavery ended in the District of Columbia on April 16, 1862. The volunteer group performs at libraries, schools, museums and parades to bring the Civil War into the 21st century. “I felt like I was being carried back into the past,” said Tondalaya Hamilton, of D.C.’s Department of Health Care Finance. “I’m over there crying — trying not to.”

FREED, founded in 2005 in association with D.C.’s African American Civil War Museum, focuses on resurrecting characters from the middle of the 19th century often overlooked in textbooks: black women. The group came together after a number of like-minded women donned period dress at a museum event commemorating the establishment of the U.S. Bureau of Colored Troops during the Civil War. Catherine Ajenifuja has been performing with FREED for

about a year. A diarist who homeschooled her children, she portrays Charlotte Forten Grimke (1837-1914), an abolitionist from Philadelphia whose diaries, kept from 1852 to 1862, chronicle the decade before the Civil War. As bleak as race relations sometimes seem, Ajenifuja said, Americans should take heart — they were much worse. “Mankind is constantly in conflict,” she said. “Part of healing is telling.” JUSTIN WM. MOYER (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Mall to stop being ‘land of free’ parking Free parking on the Mall (if you are lucky enough to find a space) is about to vanish. Metered pay parking is soon to start amid the cluster of museums, monuments and memorials. Operation and enforcement of metered parking, based on 90 multi-space pay stations, is scheduled for June 12, the National Park Service said Friday. The cost of parking under the metered system will be $2 an hour, with the rate in effect from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day, including weekends and holidays, the Park Service said. (TWP)


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Two Secret Service officers who were on duty the night a man jumped the White House fence and spent 17 minutes roaming the grounds have been told the agency intends to fire them. That’s according to a congressional aide who was not authorized to discuss details of a briefing on the matter and spoke on condition of anonymity. The agency said in a statement that a review of the March  10 incident is ongoing but that it does not comment on personnel actions. The intruder managed to spend 17 minutes on White House grounds while President Donald Trump was inside. (AP)

D.C. school officials said a convicted sex offender posed as an employee and drove a school bus full of children for a week before anybody caught on. WJLA-TV reported that a human resources staffer allowed the man to drive bus routes between March 15 and March 21, transporting children from D.C. Public Schools and charter schools in the area. A statement issued by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education said that when officials learned that the man didn’t have proper credentials, he was removed. The man had been convicted of attempted misdemeanor sexual assault. (AP)

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D.C. is No. 1 per capita in paying federal taxes Last year, Uncle Sam got an average of $37K from each resident THE DISTRICT As “ tax day” approaches, show some love for the good people who live in the nation’s capital. Washington, that swampy den of iniquity that politicians love to scorn, sends the most tax dollars per person to the U.S. government. By a lot. Last year, the District of Columbia paid Uncle Sam $37,000 per person in federal income, payroll and estate taxes. The next closest was Delaware, at $16,000 per person.

“It’s where the money is,” said Roberton Williams, a fellow at the Tax Policy Center. “The reason the District pays so much in taxes is that there are a lot of high-income people there.” Washington is an outlier because, despite years of lobbying, it is not a state. It doesn’t even have a vote in Congress. It is, however, a city with a relatively high cost of living. West Virginia, Mississippi and New Mexico have low median household incomes, which helps explain why those states’ residents pay far less in federal taxes. West Virginia paid $3,600 per person last year, while Mississippi paid $3,900 per person and New Mexico residents paid a little more than $4,000.

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The Associated Press calculated each state’s per capita tax bill using data from the IRS and population estimates from the Census Bureau. The deadline to file federal tax returns is Tuesday. It was pushed back because the usual April 15 deadline was Saturday, and because today is a holiday in D.C. T h e I R S s ay s m i l l i o n s of taxpayers have yet to file their returns. As they do, they shouldn’t feel too bad for D.C. residents. The nation’s capital gets a good return on its tax investment. For every dollar the District sends to the federal government, it gets back almost $4, according to a 2015 study by the New York state comptroller. STEPHEN OHLEMACHER (AP)

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Woman born in 19th century passes on at 117

Demonstrators march through downtown Houston on Saturday to demand the release of Trump’s tax returns.

Trump calls for probe into ‘tax day’ protesters Rallies across country called for the release of president’s returns POLITICS President Trump says “someone should look into who paid” for the rallies around the country Saturday that urged him to release his tax returns. Trump tweeted Sunday: “I did what was an almost an impossible thing to do for a Republican — easily won the Electoral College! Now Tax Returns are brought up again?” Trump was the first majorparty nominee in more than 40 years not to release his returns and he reneged on a campaign commitment to release them. He said they were being audited.

“Someone should look into who paid for the small organized rallies yesterday. The election is over,” he tweeted. Thousands of sign-waving, chanting protesters marched Saturday through streets across America, demanding that the president release his tax returns so the public can examine his business ties and determine whether he has links to foreign powers. In Washington, D.C., Trump critic Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., spoke to protesters at the U.S. Capitol before they marched to the National Mall. The demonstrations came on the date that traditionally is the deadline for taxpayers to file their returns. The filing deadline this year is Tuesday. The “tax day” protests in more

than a dozen cities were largely peaceful, though occasionally demonstrators and some proTrump groups taunted each other in face-to-face exchanges. In Berkeley, Calif., police arrested at least 20 people after fistfights erupted at unrelated gatherings of about 200 pro- and anti-Trump people in a park. Officers confiscated knives and makeshift weapons. Trump has said that voters don’t care about his tax returns. But many demonstrators said they hoped Saturday’s marches would convince him otherwise. “We do care. We want to see his taxes,” said Ann Demerlis, who was among hundreds who marched in Philadelphia from City Hall to Independence Hall.

Emma Morano, who at 117 was believed to have been the world’s oldest person and last survivor born in the 1800s, died Saturday at her home in Verbania, a town on Italy’s Lake Maggiore, her doctor said. He said Morano, who was born Nov. 29, 1899, had been her usual chatty self until recent weeks. Last fall on her birthday, Morano declared: “I’m happy I have turned 117!” She worked well past retirement age and ate three eggs a day despite doctors’ advice. Violet Brown of Jamaica, born March 10, 1900, is now considered the world’s oldest known person, according to Gerontology Research Group. (AP)

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Photos show new crack in Greenland glacier

The first photos of a new and ominous crack in Greenland’s enormous Petermann Glacier were captured by a NASA airborne mission Friday. The pictures show a significant new rift has opened near the center of the glacier’s floating ice shelf — an unusual location that raises questions about how it formed. This crack is near another wider and longer crack, and if the two intersect, a single break would run across more than half of the ice shelf. (THE WASHINGTON POST) Man arrested in murder of Vanessa Marcotte, Google employee killed during jog

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Federal judge blocks plan by Arkansas to execute 8 A federal judge dealt a blow Saturday to Arkansas’ unprecedented plan to execute eight inmates in an 11-day period, saying they have the right to challenge a drug protocol that could expose them to “severe pain.” The state quickly appealed the order, hoping to carry out the executions, starting today. The state’s supply of one of its three lethal injection drugs, midazolam, expires April 30. Manufacturers often object to states using their drugs in executions. (AP) POLITICS

White House no longer will reveal visitors’ names The Trump administration said Friday it will not follow former President Barack Obama’s policy of voluntarily disclosing the names of most visitors to the White House complex, citing “grave national security risks and privacy concerns.” The Trump team said it would release names when Freedom of Information Act requests are filed for those visiting offices of the White House characterized under the law as separate agencies. (TWP) BUSINESS

United changes policy on bumping passengers United Airlines said Saturday that it no longer will let crew members displace passengers already seated on a plane. Crews that need a seat to reach another assignment will have to check in at least an hour early under the new policy. It follows a public relations crisis for United last week, when a video showed a 69-year-old man being dragged, bloodied, from a United flight to make room for an employee headed to another flight. United said it is reviewing its policies for overbooked flights. (TWP)

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A ‘North Korea problem’ Trump says China, U.S. are working to resolve tensions with the North as Pence heads to Asia

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North Korean missiles are paraded across Kim Il Sung Square.

Mike Pence visits the Seoul National Cemetery.

review, officials settled on a policy dubbed “maximum pressure and engagement,” U.S. officials said Friday. The administration’s immediate emphasis, the officials said, will be on increasing pressure on Pyongyang with the help of Beijing. Pence will be tasked with explaining the policy in meetings with leaders in South Korea and Japan at the start of his trip, which will also include stops in Indonesia and Australia. Pence was aboard Air Force Two flying over the Bering Sea when a North Korean missile exploded during launch on Sunday, U.S. and South Korean officials said. The high-profile failure came as the North tried to showcase its nuclear and missile capabilities around the birth anniversary of the North’s late founder and as a U.S. aircraft carrier neared the Korean Peninsula. Trump, spending the Easter weekend at his Florida resort,

President Trump and China’s Xi meet at Mar-a-Lago.

Both parties agree Republican and Democratic leaders said Sunday that China holds the key to resolving tensions with North Korea. (THE WASHINGTON POST) SEN. JOHN MCCAIN, R-ARIZ.: “China is the key. They can stop this if they want to because of their control over the North Korean economy,” McCain said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” SEN. JACK REED, D-R.I.: “If China can be brought to the point where they are putting pressure constantly on North Korea, there’s an opportunity, I think, to try to freeze their systems and then roll them back,” Reed said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

returned to a theme of placing much onus on China for reining in the North. Last week, he said he would not declare China a currency manipulator, pulling back from a campaign promise, as he looks for help from Beijing, which is the North’s dominant

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NATIONAL SECURITY President Trump asserted on Sunday that China was working with the U.S. on “the North Korea problem,” and his vice president told American and South Korean service members that the North’s latest “provocation,” a failed missile launch shortly before his arrival in Seoul, laid bare the risks they face. While the North did not conduct a nuclear test, the specter of a potential escalated U.S. response trailed Pence as he began a 10-day trip to Asia amid increasing tensions and heated rhetoric. Trump’s national security adviser cited Trump’s recent decision to order missile strikes in Syria after a chemical attack blamed on the Syrian government as a sign that the president “is clearly comfortable making tough decisions.” But at the same time, H.R. McMaster said, “it’s time for us to undertake all actions we can, short of a military option, to try to resolve this peacefully.” In a television interview that aired Sunday, McMaster said the U.S. would rely on its allies as well as on Chinese leadership to resolve the issues with North Korea. “I mean, North Korea is very vulnerable to pressure from the Chinese,” McMaster said on ABC’s “This Week.” The bottom line, McMaster said, is to stop the North’s weapons development and make the Korean Peninsula nuclear-free: “It’s clear that the president is determined not to allow this kind of capability to threaten the United States. And our president will take action that is in the best interest of the American people.” After a two-month policy

trade partner. “Why would I call China a currency manipulator when they are working with us on the North Korean problem? We will see what happens!” Trump tweeted on Sunday. Into this tense environment, Pence made his first trip to the region since taking office in January. After arriving in the South Korean capital, he said the tensions on the Korean peninsula had put into sharp focus the importance of the joint U.S.-South Korean mission. “This morning’s provocation from the North is just the latest reminder of the risks each one of you face every day in the defense of the freedom of the people of South Korea and the defense of America in this part of the world,” said Pence. “Your willingness to step forward, to serve, to stand firm without fear, inspires the nation and inspires the world.” KEN THOMAS (AP)

NATIONAL SECURITY The U.S. did not need to respond to North Korea’s latest missile launch because it was a failure, the White House said Sunday. Tensions in the region had been running high amid expectations of a nuclear test or a missile launch to mark North Korea’s April 15 anniversary of founder Kim Il Sung’s birthday. But a White House foreign policy adviser, who was traveling with Vice President Pence on a four-country trip to Asia, said that the U.S. did not need to take action “to reinforce their failure.” “If it had been a nuclear test then other actions would have been taken from the U.S.,” the adviser told reporters, agreeing that another missile launch was less provocative than another nuclear test. Some analysts were puzzled by this. “Not sure why failed missile tests [still banned by UNSC] are seen as less provocative,” said Kent Boydston, a North Koreafocused research analyst. He was referring to U.N. Security Council resolutions banning North Korea from conducting nuclear tests or launching missiles. “They may fail but they improve each time,” Boydston wrote on Twitter. Indeed, experts say that North Korea is able to learn from its mistakes. It had repeated failures with other missiles, including the medium-range Musudan and a submarinelaunched ballistic missile, before successfully firing both. ANNA FIFIELD (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Close win gives Erdogan sweeping new powers SYRIA The evacuation of more than 3,000 Syrians that was scheduled to take place Sunday from four areas as part of a population transfer has been postponed, opposition activists said, a day after a blast killed more than 120 people, many of them government supporters. The reasons for the delay were not immediately clear. It came as shells fired by the Islamic State on government-held parts of the city of Deir el-Zour wounded two members of a Russian media delegation, according to the state-run Syrian news agency. The United Nations is not overseeing the transfer deal, which involves residents of the pro-government villages of Foua and Kfarya and the oppositionheld towns of Madaya and Zabadani. All four have been under siege for years. It was not immediately known if the evacuees feared attacks similar to Saturday’s bombing. Rami Abdurrahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday’s blast killed 126. The dead included 109 from Foua and Kfarya, among them 80 children and 13 women. No one has claimed the attack, but both the Islamic State group and the al-Qaeda affiliate have targeted civilians in government areas in the past. Pope Francis addressed the blast in his Easter Sunday message, decrying the latest “vile attack” on civilians in Syria. BASSEM MROUE (AP)

— quickly contested the results, demanding recounts of hundreds of thousands of ballots due to alleged voting irregularities. Despite falling short of the sweeping victory Erdogan had sought, the results nevertheless cement his hold on the country’s governance. The referendum’s 18 constitutional changes include replacing Turkey’s parliamentary system of government with a presidential one, abolishing the office of the prime minister and granting sweeping executive powers to the president. The changes will come into effect with the next

general election, set for 2019. Erdogan and his supporters argued that the presidential system would bring stability and prosperity in a country rattled by a failed coup last year that left more than 200 people dead, and a series of devastating attacks by ISIS and Kurdish militants. But opponents fe a r t he changes will lead to autocratic one-man rule, ensuring that Erdogan, 63, who has been accused of repressing rights and freedoms, could govern until 2029 with few checks and balances. (AP/THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Egypt acquits American detained for three years An Egyptian court on Sunday acquitted Aya Hijazi, a dual U.S.Egyptian citizen who has been held in detention for nearly three years over accusations related to an organization she founded to aid street children. Authorities arrested Hijazi, her husband and six others in May 2014 on charges of abusing children that were dismissed as bogus by rights groups and U.S. officials. (AP) GUATEMALA

Ex-Mexican governor arrested for corruption The former governor of Mexico’s Veracruz state, who is accused of running a corruption ring that allegedly pilfered millions of dollars from state coffers, was detained in Guatemala after six months as a fugitive and highprofile symbol of government graft in his country. Javier Duarte was brought to a military prison Sunday in Guatemala City. (AP) CHECHNYA

Chechen leader decries gay persecution reports MAYA ALLERUZZO (AP)

Syria evacuation postponed after attack kills 126

TURKEY Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed victory Sunday in a referendum that will give him vast new powers as the country’s unrivaled head of state. The head of Turkey’s electoral board confirmed the referendum’s passage by a margin of more than 1 million votes, with the state-run Anadolu news agency reporting “yes” at 51.1 percent, versus 48.8 percent for “no.” Two opposition parties — the secularist Republican People’s Party (CHP) and the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP)

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QARAQOSH, IRAQ | A Christian militiaman stands guard Sunday during Easter mass in Qaraqosh, a town that has been gutted by Islamic State militants. Christians celebrated Easter on Sunday across the Middle East, where many are struggling to maintain their embattled communities in the face of war, religious violence and discrimination. Many of Iraq’s Christians observed the holiday in camps for the displaced after fleeing ISIS.

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The leader of Chechnya lashed out Sunday at international organizations that have criticized the Russian region for reportedly persecuting and killing gays after a newspaper reported on the region’s torture of gay men. Leader Ramzan Kadyrov blamed rights organizations for “trying to blacken our society, lifestyle, traditions and customs.” (AP/TWP)

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The approximate number of migrants who were rescued from the Mediterranean by the Italian coast guard on Friday and Saturday, after smugglers took advantage of calm seas off Libya and launched crowded, unseaworthy boats. (AP)

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John Wall scored 32 points — his playoff high — to let the Hawks know they were in “his house.”

GAME 1 | WIZARDS 114, HAWKS 107

Wall brings the noise Point guard dominates at home as Wizards take 1-0 first-round lead over Hawks NBA PLAYOFFS John Wall stared straight ahead, dribbling with his left hand and surging forward while smacking away a probing arm from Hawks forward Kent Bazemore. What followed was repeated throughout a first-round playoff opener against Atlanta on Sunday: The Wizards’ All-Star point guard cranked up the volume at Verizon Center. Wall rocketed a no-look pass across his body to forward Markieff Morris, who slammed home a one-handed jam that stirred the sellout crowd of 20,356 into a frenzy. The Wizards trailed the entire second quarter of their 114-107 win over the Hawks, but Morris’ dunk gave Washington a 10-point lead midway through

a dominant third. Less than a minute later, after All-Star forward Paul Millsap trimmed the deficit with a layup, Wall found Morris on a lob. The pass dialed up the crowd noise even louder, and Wall soaked up the cheers while clapping high in the air and pointing down to the court. “I’m letting them know that this is my house,” Wall said of the gesture. “When I’m not being aggressive like that and into it, I’m not a great player.” With a playoff career-high 32 points to go with 14 assists and a block, Wall was great as the Wizards began the postseason at home for the first time in 38 years. He scored however he wished, tormenting Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder with

head fakes and cross-ups that preceded breakneck drives and pull-up jumpers. In the fourth quarter, Schroder skidded to the floor after a fake from Wall. Schroder, who led Atlanta with 25 points, said the Hawks need to focus on transition defense heading into Game 2 on Wednesday in Washington. The Hawks need to “keep John Wall in front of us and stay with the shooters,” he said. The Wizards finished with 25 fast-break points, and Wall sparked the definitive scoring spree with 15 points in the third quarter. Early in the period, Wall breached the paint passing out of a 360-degree spin to find Otto Porter Jr. for a go-ahead corner 3 that put the Wizards up 53-52. Washington came out of

halftime hot, starting with a 3-pointer from Morris on the first possession. In his first playoff game, he had 21 points and seven rebounds while helping limit Millsap to 19 points. Marcin Gortat had a doubledouble with 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Bradley Beal recovered from a slow start, scoring 12 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter. Imbalance at the free throw line — where Atlanta attempted 39 shots to Washington’s 17 — contributed to the Wizards’ struggles in the first half. But with Wall driving and dishing and Morris playing tough, the Wizards were able to leverage their home-court advantage. GABE HIATT (EXPRESS)

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Kevin Durant, left, had 32 points and 10 rebounds in his Warriors playoff debut, Stephen Curry scored 29, and Golden State withstood a sensational day by Trail Blazers duo CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard to beat Portland 121-109 on Sunday in Oakland. Game 2 of the first-round series is Wednesday. McCollum scored a playoff career-best 41 points, and Lillard had 34, but Portland missed the inside presence of injured center Jusuf Nurkic. (AP)

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Harper’s walk-off saves Nats On Sunday at home against the Phillies, Bryce Harper played the savior for a Nationals bullpen that has continued to conjure chaos. Harper went down 0-2 with two outs in the ninth and the winning runs on base. He worked his way back into a full count, then homered for the second time of the game and fourth of the season. The threerun blast delivered a 6-4 win at Nationals Park. Gio Gonzalez gave up a solo home run in the first, then pitched six scoreless innings before being credited with two more runs — one unearned on a fielding error by Jayson Werth — to help the Phillies tie it in the eighth. Freddy Galvis knocked in a run off Blake Treinen on a fielder’s choice to give Philadelphia a ninthinning lead. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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NHL PLAYOFFS Washington and Toronto again wrestled into overtime in the second game of their series, and Kasperi Kapanen gave Toronto a 4-3 win in double OT to even the series at 1-1. Both teams face questions entering their game in Toronto tonight (7, NBCSN), but the Maple Leafs’ seem more dire. Roman Polak suffered a season-ending lower-body injury in the second period Saturday night, leaving the Maple Leafs without two regular defensemen. Nikita Zaitsev (upper-body

injury) has yet to appear in the playoffs. He skated Saturday morning, but the timetable for his return is unknown. Toronto also has yet to get a playoff point from star forward Auston Matthews, a 19-year-old rookie who had 40 goals and 29 assists in the regular season. The Leafs’ top line of Zach Hyman, Matthews and William Nylander was held in check again, and a lot of the credit goes to Evgeny Kuznetsov and the Caps’ second line, which possessed the puck well but was held scoreless for the second straight contest.

Tonight’s NHL games: Senators at Bruins (7, CNBC); tied 1-1

Toronto’s Kasperi Kapanen cheers his game-winning goal Saturday past Braden Holtby in double OT.

For Washington, the evenstrength offense has been less than convincing, failing to edge a team that played with just five defensemen Saturday from the middle of the second period on. On the power play, the Capitals showed why the Maple Leafs can’t afford to commit penalties moving forward. The Caps scored two man-advantage goals in the second period. Alex Ovechkin scored after Martin Marincin was called for slashing, and John Carlson netted a goal after Connor Carrick was called for high-sticking. JESSE DOUGHERTY (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Politics unusual TELEVISION On Nov. 8, as the nation picked its 45th president, Julia LouisDreyfus spent the night observing a fake election. The scene, filmed for an upcoming episode of the political comedy “Veep,” unfolded in what was supposed to be a polling station in a post-Soviet republic. Actors dressed as villagers ambled across the set to dip their fingers in ink, as Louis-Dreyfus, in character as ex-president Selina Meyer, kept watch. Poor Selina Meyer. She had hoped to become known as a transformational leader, but, after losing her bid to keep the White House, has been relegated to promoting fair elections abroad, like a female Jimmy Carter. “Traveling the globe,” as she puts it in one scene. “Spreading democracy like Patient Zero.” While Louis-Dreyfus presided over the make-believe contest,

the cast and crew checked their phones to keep tabs on the real one. Like many, they fully expected Hillary Clinton to prevail. When Donald Trump started racking up victories, a sense of shock fell over the set. While Clinton wouldn’t speak publicly until the next day, Selina Meyer seemed to be speaking for her that night. One line of dialogue felt especially relevant: “Ugh, democracy,” Selina sighed. “What a f---ing horror show.” For five seasons, the HBO sitcom has deftly parodied Washington, reveling in the pettiness, the naked ambition and, often, the idiocy of the nation’s capital. But now there’s a President Trump. And he and his administration have done a bang-up job of showcasing the misdeeds of our swampy little town on their own. As such, they’ve made it increasingly difficult to differentiate a “Veep” plot from a real-life one. Not only has the psychodrama of this White House become must-watch TV, it’s also raised an existential question for the makers of “Veep”: What

10 p.m. Tuesday on Comedy Central

Comedian Moshe Kasher hosts Comedy Central’s latest talk show, which promises to turn hot topics from the internet into face-to-face confrontations.

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‘Veep’ wrestles with political satire in the President Trump era

‘Problematic With Moshe Kasher’

In Season 6 of HBO’s “Veep,” Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is now an ex-president who travels the globe promoting free and fair elections.

happens to your satire when the real world has gotten crazier than you could have imagined? For example, even “Veep” couldn’t have pulled off staging a Moscow hotel sex romp. That’s what David Mandel, the executive producer and showrunner, remembers thinking in January, when claims involving Trump emerged in a dossier compiled by an ex-British intelligence agent. “It out-Veeped ‘Veep,’ ” Mandel says. “It doesn’t even matter if it’s true or not. The fact that everyone is talking about [this]

is just madness.” “Veep,” which returned to HBO on Sunday for Season 6, has been wrestling with this dilemma since the Trump phenomenon exploded last year. But for Louis-Dreyfus, a complicated election night made at least one thing simpler: channeling the rage that drives Selina Meyer. “It made it easier to perform,” she says. “It scratches a deep itch for me to satirize or be funny about something that maybe doesn’t seem funny at all.”

The third season of the anthology series based on the Coen Brothers’ 1996 film shifts to 2010 and follows the rivalry between two brothers played by Ewan McGregor. Carrie Coon and Mary Elizabeth Winstead also star.

3 ‘Bill Nye Saves the World’ Friday on Netflix

The Science Guy returns to television (well, Netflix) with this new 13-episode topical series that will explore climate change, alternative medicine, video games and more. (EXPRESS)

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“When I think of her, she’s looking down from the celestial stratosphere with those big brown eyes, that sly smile on her face, as she lovingly extends me the middle finger.” MARK HAMILL, paying tribute to Carrie Fisher on Friday at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Fla. The trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was unveiled at the event. “Wait until you see her in [it],“ Hamill added. “You’re going to love her.”

“Fate of the Furious” earns estimated $532.5 million worldwide over the weekend, which would set a record

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Can millennials build the world’s most sustainable modern town from scratch? That’s the premise of “Jungletown” (10 p.m. Tuesdays on Viceland), a documentary about the vision of Jimmy Stice. With his shaggy hair and mellow vibe, he seems to have just stepped off a surfboard, but he’s a real estate entrepreneur

and is good at wooing Silicon Valley investors and “interns” for his town-building project. The series follows 80 young interns who pay $5,000 to spend 10 weeks in a remote, muddy, yet lush corner of Panama. They come to Kalu Yala, as the town is called, with big dreams but soon realize they’re not in paradise. There’s horse poop everywhere and it needs to be shoveled up. And the jungle is … a jungle. One intern sees a

In Viceland’s “Jungletown,” interns are tasked with building a sustainable town.

gnawed-up armadillo corpse. “What ate that?” she wonders. Two interns leave because, as Stice puts it, “they didn’t understand the vision,” which he says is “researching how you can live beautifully.” Meanwhile,

Glen Campbell’s final album, “Adios,” made shortly after his Alzheimer’s diagnosis, is due June 9

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he jets off to conferences and stocks up on pinot noir. The staff seems bumbling. They struggle for hours to hook up a PVC pipeline to bring in water from a stream for bathing and imbibing. Then one

staffer says the next big storm will wash much of it away. Millennial stereotypes are as plentiful as the ants that crawl the jungle floor. People have “idea orgasms.” And they debate whether a man bun is the best way to tame unruly locks. Still, it makes for thoughtprovoking TV. Is Kalu Yala a way to heal the earth, a real estate investment or a loony pipe dream? Perhaps the most realistic viewpoint comes from the locals. “I liked it when the gringos arrived here,” says a Panamanian villager, “because they bring the money.” Read Marc’s previous columns at washingtonpost.com/muse.

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“Thank you, April, and congratulations on your new baby. You made us forget, at least for a little while, how crazy the world is.” MAUREEN CALLAHAN, a New York Times commenter on Facebook, congratulating internet sensation April the Giraffe on the birth of her baby. The birth was highly anticipated — April had been watched by millions via a livestream for nearly two months, in anticipation of her due date. The day finally arrived Saturday at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N.Y. The male calf was nursing strongly and his mother was recovering “perfectly,” officials said. The calf weighs 129 pounds and stands 5 feet 9 inches tall.

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“But did he sprinkle the ballot box with salt and barbecue it?” @JATKINZ, reacting to this photo

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ARIES (March 21-April 19) You’ll receive hints all day, and although you have a sense that something must be done, the game plan will be slow to develop. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Your reaction to what you knew was coming your way is likely to surprise you. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Someone is likely to lay down the law for you, and as a result, you’ll be more willing than ever to do precisely what is asked. CANCER (June 21-July 22) A few developments will have you altering your point of view. It may be time to reassess your standing. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You’re not about to let anyone else take control of a situation that you’ve been trying to oversee effectively for some time.

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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You’re on the verge of something big, but you may have to take a step back to make sure that your view of what’s coming is clear and accurate. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You may discover something about yourself that has you wondering whether you’ve made other assumptions that should be verified.

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) What you report to others must be accurate, and you must resist the temptation to bend the truth even slightly.

TODAY: Can’t rule out a lingering morning shower as a weak front exits the region. Even into the afternoon, clouds may be slow to clear. And with a steady breeze from the northwest of 5 to 15 mph, highs should be held to the mid-70s with lower humidity. Temperatures should have no trouble falling off overnight.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Things happen on the homefront that have you doubting your motives and methods. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Trust your instincts and be sure to give yourself room to maneuver. A certain obstacle may not be the threat it seems.

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AVG. HIGH: 67 RECORD HIGH: 95 AVG. LOW: 46 RECORD LOW: 26 SUNRISE: 6:27 a.m. SUNSET: 7:47 p.m.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Don’t

make the mistake of thinking that what you do is guaranteed to have a lasting impact. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You can do little to prevent certain things from happening, but you can do a great deal to ensure that the results are positive.

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1492: A contract is signed by Christopher Columbus and a representative of Spain’s King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, giving Columbus a commission to seek a westward ocean passage to Asia.

1937: Cartoon character Daffy Duck makes his debut in the Warner Bros. animated short “Porky’s Duck Hunt,” directed by Tex Avery.

1961: Some 1,500 CIA-trained Cuban exiles launch the disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in an attempt to topple Fidel Castro, whose forces crushed the incursion by the third day.

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“Younger” star Sutton Foster and her husband, Ted Griffin, recently adopted a baby girl who was born March 5. “They are delighted to announce the healthy arrival of their daughter, Emily Dale Griffin,” a rep for the actress told People. “Our lives are forever changed, and our hearts are exploding,” Foster said. This is the couple’s first child together. (EXPRESS)

Elle King has apparently called off her wedding to Andrew Ferguson, E! reports. The singer posted a video to Instagram of herself at an Eagles of Death Metal concert in Seattle on Saturday, the day she was set to walk down the aisle. “Skipped out on my wedding,” she captioned the video. “I married Rock&Roll instead.” (EXPRESS)

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When a breakup album retroactively becomes a makeup album Country singer Sam Hunt married Hannah Lee Fowler in his hometown of Cedartown, Ga., on Saturday, TMZ reported. Hunt’s breakout 2014 album, “Montevallo,” was inspired by Fowler and their then-breakup. The couple got back together last year and were engaged in January. (EXPRESS)

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Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck filed divorce petitions Thursday, the first step in formally ending their marriage, nearly two years after they publicly declared their relationship was over. The actors filed divorce petitions in Los Angeles County Superior Court, citing irreconcilable differences and seeking joint custody of their three children, who range in age from 5 to 11. The filings were made without attorneys and are virtually identical. Neither lists a date of separation. The couple first announced they were separating in June 2015 after 10 years of marriage. (AP)

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