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A Florida man said the letter “o’’ from a Hooters sign blew off the wall and landed on his foot, causing injuries, but surveillance video said otherwise. WFLA reported John Bradley Kane of St. Petersburg was arrested for insurance fraud Friday. Deputies said he lied about the incident outside a Hooters restaurant in Pinellas County — a manager showed detectives video of the sign falling onto the sidewalk and hitting no one. (AP)
Surgeons in Chengdu City, China, removed a lighter from a man’s stomach — two decades after he swallowed it, UPI reported Monday. Doctors’ first attempt to remove the lighter was unsuccessful, but the second time they managed to remove it within 10 minutes. The man said he’d swallowed the lighter by accident 20 years ago, but only sought medical attention recently when he started getting stomachaches. (EXPRESS)
African warthogs are not native to Florida, so state wildlife officials are investigating how one wound up loose in a suburban neighborhood. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation officials told TCPalm. com that it captured the tusky animal last month after a five-day search about 50 miles north of West Palm Beach. That included failed attempts to capture it with traps and a rope snare before a wildlife officer spotted it and tackled it. (AP)
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birth in nine years, arrived at 6:25 p.m. Video footage shows Calaya cradling and cleaning it seconds after it was born. Calaya and Baraka have been a power couple since Calaya arrived three years ago. Malinsky said recently that they mated within an hour of meeting. “It was love at first sight,” she said. The baby gorilla’s birth was
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During Sunday night’s game, Capitals forward Brett Connolly tossed a puck over the glass to a little girl, but it took three attempts for Connolly to get her a puck. An adult in the second row caught the first two pucks and handed them to a couple of young boys next to the girl. The disappointment on the girl’s face after the first two pucks escaped her grasp was a perfect encapsulation of the D.C. sports experience, and her unfettered glee after finally being handed a puck offered the promise of better days ahead. (TWP)
First lady visits memorial to victims of opioid crisis First lady Melania Trump visited a memorial dedicated to victims of the opioid crisis on Monday. The memorial at The Ellipse near the White House is called “Prescribed to Death.” It is part of a campaign by the National Safety Council seeking to educate people about the risks of taking opioids. It is open to the public until April 18. (AP)
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Calaya holds her infant Moke in the Great Ape House at the National Zoo.
ANIMALS Becky Malinsky was on duty in the National Zoo’s Great Ape House a little after 1 p.m. Sunday when she decided to check on the pregnant western lowland gorilla, Calaya. Malinsky, the assistant curator of primates, noticed that the gorilla looked uncomfortable, and then she saw Calaya’s water break. Malinsky got on the phone to her supervisor: “I think this is something,” she said. For the next five hours, keepers and curators at the zoo watched, and filmed, the 15-yearold gorilla endure labor and then give birth to her first offspring, a male named Moke (pronounced Mo-KEY), which means “junior” or “little one” in the Lingala language of Africa. Members of the zoo staff said it was an amazing event. The zoo’s other gorillas hovered nearby. And the after the baby was born, its father, Baraka, 25, emitted a vocal “pleasure rumble,” a sign of contentment, the zoo said. “I never thought I would get to witness a gorilla baby being born,” Malinsky said Monday. “Quite incredible.” The baby, the zoo’s first gorilla
D.C. police officers are taking a course on critical race theory and visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture as part of a new training program, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced late last week. The program seeks to recognize and counter bias in policing. Police Chief Peter Newsham hopes to have all 3,800 sworn officers and 660 civilian members trained by the end of the year. (TWP)
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THE DISTRICT Even as the District’s economy thrives and its population booms, looming dangers threaten to unravel its prosperity. The possibility of a terrorist strike. Heat waves and river flooding in low-lying areas, exacerbated by hotter summers and more frequent storms because of climate change. A cyber attack on the city’s increasingly interconnected services. That’s why D.C. is one of 100 cities that secured grants from a Rockefeller Foundation-backed initiative to prepare urban population centers for a future with more residents and a shifting climate. The work of the District’s newly hired Chief Resilience Officer Kevin Bush had largely been under the radar until recently, when a local lawmaker sparked an uproar by parroting a conspiracy theory suggesting the “Resilient Cities” program was part of a malevolent plot. D.C. Council member Trayon White apologized for his remarks last month and met with Bush and other city officials on Friday to learn what it means for D.C. to be a part of the global initiative. Participating cities receive grants that fund the salary of a designated “resilience officer,”
The Reslient Cities program is meant to help urban population centers prepare for future threats such as stronger storms tied to climate change.
who helps craft a strategy to prepare for catastrophic events. The District was selected in 2016 — joining cities that range from global hubs such as Paris and Rio de Janeiro to Byblos, Lebanon, population 40,000. In its application, the District listed four potential “shocks” for which it must prepare: terrorism, flooding, infrastructure failure and heat waves. And the longterm “stresses” on its residents included socioeconomic inequality, lack of affordable housing, a burdened transportation system and an economy overly dependent on the federal government. The city released a preliminary report in February 2017, and hired Bush in July to craft its resilience strategy. The Rockefeller Foundation will pay Bush’s $130,000 salary for two years.
Nearly 40 other cities have developed strategies with a wide range of goals. For example, New York City aims to create more support for domestic violence victims and wants to send zero waste to landfills by 2030. Dakar, Senegal, wants residents to use energy-efficient technology to curb persistent power outages. Urban planners say cities must focus on resilience to protect their futures. “The disparities in Washington make us vulnerable to things like climate change,” said Harriet Tregoning, a former D.C. planning director. “If you are not doing things to address those issues and looking at ways to reduce the disparities so people aren’t wiped out when there’s an event, you are going to be much worse off.” FENIT NIRAPPIL (THE WASHINGTON POST)
Strong storms flood roads early Monday Drivers in the Washington area faced delays Monday morning after heavy rain forced the closure of commuter routes. Much of the region received more than two inches of rain, according to weather observers. At times, rainfall rates were up to an inch per hour as the storm moved through in the early hours of the day, making some roadways impassable. Parts of Arlington County and Potomac, Md., received more than three inches of rain. In Virginia, both directions of Interstate 66 near the Spout Run Parkway interchange were closed for more than an hour because of flooding. Flooding also led to the evacuation of the Radisson Hotel in Rockville at about 3:45 a.m. Monday. No one was injured. (TWP/AP)
The amount of his personal fortune that Potomac businessman David Trone has poured this year into his quest to succeed U.S. Rep. John Delaney. With 10 weeks remaining before the June 26 primary, Trone has $1.5 million in the bank, according to the latest campaign finance reports. That’s about $600,000 more than state Del. Aruna Miller and over $1 million more than state Sen. Roger Manno, Trone’s chief competitors among the eight candidates vying for the Democratic party’s nomination. (TWP)
Spotsylvania, Va., police: White man blamed self-inflicted gunshot on black men
Baby food maker Gerber Products Company is moving its corporate headquarters to Northern Virginia, where it will join its corporate cousin, Nestle USA. The company said Monday it will move from Florham Park, N.J., to Rosslyn in Arlington County. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said the move will create 150 new jobs in Virginia. Northam approved an $863,000 grant to lure Gerber from New Jersey. Arlington County will match that grant in local infrastructure improvements. Gerber said nearly all of its New Jersey employees will be offered the chance to relocate. (AP) GREENBELT, MD.
Arrest made in shooting outside Metro station Police say a man has been arrested in connection with a shooting Friday outside the Greenbelt Metro. Transit police said Reginald Raquan Felix, 18, was arrested on a charge of attempted murder and several lesser charges Sunday. Police say Felix is accused of shooting the victim more than three times. The victim was taken to the hospital, where he was listed in stable condition. (AP/TWP) MONTGOMERY COUNTY
Man suspected in killing found dead in prison cell A man sentenced to more than 100 years for sexually abusing a girl was found dead in his prison cell hours after Maryland police identified him as a person of interest in the long-unsolved disappearance of the girl’s mother. Montgomery County police held a news conference Thursday to discuss the 2000 disappearance of Alison Thresher, a copy editor at The Washington Post. Police identified Fernando Asturizaga, who taught and sometimes babysat Thresher’s daughter, as a person of interest. A death investigation is being conducted. (AP)
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local Driver said he lay in heat, rain for days after wreck near the Beltway PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY A man survived a crash on a highway near the Capital Beltway in Maryland that might have happened days ago, officials say. Ron Snyder, a spokesman for Maryland State Police, said the man, whom he identified as Gregory Eubanks, 41, of Fort Washington, Md., was reported missing by his family on Saturday to Prince George’s County police.
Eubanks was taken to the University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center. A spokeswoman for the hospital said he was in fair condition. On Monday, officials were still trying to figure out details surrounding the crash, which occurred on northbound Route 210 near the Beltway, said Alan Doubleday, assistant fire chief for the Prince George’s County Fire Department. Doubleday said authorities received a call around early Monday that a contractor for the highway department had found
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crashed — in an embankment area, Doubleday said. The man, who was later identified as Eubanks, was said to be conscious and alert when rescuers arrived and was talking to them. Eubanks told rescuers he had crashed his vehicle Friday night and had been lying there in heat and rainstorms. “We’re still trying to piece everything together,” Doubleday said. “It’s interesting for sure. We’ve had hot and then cold weather and he’s been outside for the duration.” DANA HEDGPETH (THE WASHINGTON POST)
Md. man pleads guilty to bribing public official A Maryland man pleaded guilty Monday to bribing a public official to steer more than $2.2 million from Veterans Affairs to a fraudulent information technology school with services for disabled veterans, federal authorities said. In 2015, Albert S. Poawui, 41, and a vocational counselor at VA agreed Poawui would pay a 7 percent cash kickback for VA payments to Atius Technology Institute, a non-accredited information technology school, officials said. The federal investigation is ongoing, according to prosecutors. (TWP)
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Trump puts the brakes on new Russia sanctions White House reverses Haley’s announcement of further punishment POLITICS President Trump on Monday halted a preliminary plan to impose additional economic sanctions on Russia, walking back a Sunday announcement by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. Preparations to punish Russia anew for its support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government over the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria caused consternation at the White House. Haley had said on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” that sanctions on Russian companies behind the equipment
related to Assad’s alleged chemical weapons attack would be announced Monday by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. But Trump conferred with his national security advisers later Sunday and told them he was upset the sanctions were being officially rolled out because he was not yet comfortable executing them, according to several people familiar with the plan. Trump’s team decided to publicly characterize Haley’s announcement as a misstatement, as other administration officials expressed skepticism that Haley had misspoken. They said Haley is one of the most disciplined and cautious members of the Cabinet, especially when it comes to public appearances. She regularly checks in with Trump personally
to go over her planned statements before she sits for TV interviews. After Haley’s comments, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow that the sanctions constituted “undisguised attempts of unfair competition.” But there was a subtle shift in Moscow toward a less confrontational tone. On Monday, senior lawmakers in the lower house of parliament decided to hold off until May 15 before considering any countersanctions. “We have to see what will be announced, at what scale, and who or what will become the targets of these sanctions,” Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said. PHILIP RUCKER, CAROL D. LEONNIG,
Samsung’s new Galaxy J2 Pro has the look of a smartphone, but with all the functionality of a flip phone. According to Mashable, Samsung said in a press release last week that the phone intentionally “blocks mobile data such as 3G, LTE, and Wi-Fi.” The product is being marketed to students who may be easily distracted by internet access on their phones and seniors who have no interest in going online. The phone still allows you make calls, send texts, and take photos and videos. Mashable reports that the Galaxy J2 Pro costs about $185 and so far is only being released in South Korea. (EXPRESS)
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Hundreds of 1,000-year-old silver coins, rings, pearls and bracelets linked to the era of Danish King Harald Gormsson have been found on the eastern German island of Ruegen in the Baltic Sea. A single silver coin was first found in January by two amateur archaeologists, one of them a 13-year-old boy, using metal detectors. The state archaeology office said Monday it then became involved and uncovered the entire treasure over the weekend. (AP)
Officials say New York City jails will accommodate transgender inmates
GAO: Pruitt’s phone booth violated laws WASHINGTON The nearly $43,000 soundproof phone booth Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt had installed in his office last year violated federal spending laws, the Government Accountability Office said Monday. In a letter to lawmakers, GAO general counsel Thomas H. Armstrong said the agency failed to notify lawmakers that it was exceeding the $5,000 limit for agency heads to furnish, redecorate or otherwise make improvements to their offices. The EPA had argued that the almost $25,000 customized phone booth — which required painting, concrete and electrical work totaling more than $18,000 to reconfigure the small closet area where it was placed — was not part of a redecoration of Pruitt’s office and should not be subject to the $5,000 cap. The agency argued that the booth was “analogous to other functional items an employee might require to perform his job duties, such as a high speed computer, high speed copier/ scanner, or television.” The GAO did not buy that argument. Armstrong made it clear Monday that the decision was not a ruling on whether the EPA and Pruitt should have installed the high-priced phone booth to begin with, only that the EPA had failed to make proper notifications about exceeding the $5,000 cap. BRADY DENNIS AND JULIET EILPERIN (TWP)
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nation+world At least 17 inmates were seriously injured; no guards were hurt
SOUTH CAROLINA Inmates armed with homemade knives fought each other for about seven hours over territory and money, leaving seven of them dead in the worst U.S. prison riot in a quarter-century, officials said Monday. An inmate who witnessed the violence told The Associated Press that bodies were “literally stacked on top of each other.” At least 17 prisoners were seriously injured at Lee Correctional Institution, South Carolina prisons chief Bryan Stirling said. The first fight started in a dorm
about 7:15 p.m. Sunday and appeared to be contained before suddenly starting in two other dorms. Cellphones helped stir up the trouble, officials said, and they urged the federal government to change a law and allow prisons to block the signals from prisoners’ phones. No prison guards were hurt. Stirling said they followed protocol by backing out and asking for support. The maximum-security facility in Bishopville houses about 1,500 inmates, and there were 44 guards there when the first fight started. It took several hours to restore order, but once a SWAT team entered, the inmates gave up peacefully, Stirling said. A prisoner who saw the riot
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Chemical weapons team kept from attack site Syrian and Russian authorities prevented investigators from going to the scene of a suspected chemical attack, the chemical watchdog group said Monday, blocking international efforts to establish what happened and who was to blame. The U.S. and France say they have evidence that poison gas was used in the April 7 attack that killed dozens in Douma, and that the Syrian government was behind it. (AP)
from other inmates. He said he saw several attackers taunt a rival gang member who was badly injured. “The COs (corrections officers) never even attempted to render aid, nor quell the disturbance,” he said. “They just sat in the control bubble, called the issue in, then sat on their collective asses.” Most of the dead were stabbed with homemade knives or slashed, while the others appeared to have been beaten, Lee County Coroner Larry Logan said. The riot was the latest violence in the South Carolina prisons system, where at least 13 other inmates have been killed by fellow prisoners since the start of 2017. MEG KINNARD (AP)
California rejects terms of border deployment California has rejected terms of the federal government’s initial plans for sending National Guard troops to the Mexican border because the work is considered too closely tied to immigration, officials said. Gov. Jerry Brown pledged 400 troops last week, but the Democratic governor conditioned his commitment on troops having nothing to do with immigration enforcement. (AP)
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8-year-old boy at school slashes other students An 8-year-old student took a kitchen knife to Pleasantview Elementary in Sauk Rapids, Minn., and randomly attacked three other children Monday, authorities said. Police said the victims — ages 8, 9 and 13 — suffered “superficial wounds” requiring stitches. The boy’s motive is unknown. (AP)
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NEW DELHI | Rohingya refugees search for their belongings Monday after a fire broke out Sunday. The blaze in the New Delhi-based refugee camp left more than 200 Rohingya homeless, but no casualties were reported. After Myanmar began a brutal crackdown on the Rohingya in September 2017, hundreds of thousands of refugees fled to India and Bangladesh to avoid persecution.
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Cosby accuser testifies Bill Cosby’s chief accuser Andrea Constand denied framing him at his sexual assault trial Monday. Constand also said she doesn’t know Marguerite Jackson, a key witness who worked with her at Temple University around the time Constand says Cosby drugged and molested her. Jackson plans to testify that Constand spoke of leveling false accusations against a celebrity. (AP)
SUV of missing Oregon family found in Calif.’s Eel River, bodies of 41-year-old man, 9-year-old daughter inside
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Officials have said police officers were told the men had asked to use the store’s restroom but were denied because they hadn’t bought anything, and they refused to leave. Video shows several police talking quietly with two black men seated at a table. After a few minutes, officers handcuff the men and lead them outside as other customers say they weren’t doing anything wrong. Police haven’t released the names of the men, who were later released after the district attorney’s office said there was lack of evidence that a crime had been committed. Johnson said the company will ensure that employee guidelines on when the police should be called will be clarified. KRISTEN DE GROOT AND JOSEPH PISANI (AP)
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President Trump has been criticizing the “overreach” of the raid on his attorney Michael Cohen’s office.
Sanders sought to put distance between Trump and Cohen, saying: “I believe they’ve still got some ongoing things, but the president has a large number of attorneys, as you know.” The federal raid, carried out a week ago in New York City, sought bank records, information on Cohen’s dealing in the taxi industry, Cohen’s communications with the Trump campaign and information on payments he made in 2016 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal and to Daniels, both of whom allege relationships with Trump. The proceedings Monday dealt with who gets to look at Cohen’s seized documents and devices before they are turned over to prosecutors. Though Cohen once said he “would take a bullet” for Trump, he is aware of the possible outcome — including potential prison time — and has expressed worry about his family, said a person who has spoken to the
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POLITICS President Trump and his allies have hit a new level of anxiety after the raid on his personal attorney’s office, fearful of deeper exposure for Trump, his inner circle and his adult children — and more than concerned that they don’t know exactly what is in those records and electronic devices seized last week. There is also some worry that Michael Cohen, the selfdescribed legal fixer who helped make bad stories go away and took a leading role in Trump Organization projects in foreign outposts, may strike a deal with prosecutors out of concern about his own prospects. “I think it’s a huge minefield for Donald Trump and the Trump Organization,” said trial attorney Joseph Cammarata. “I think this is on its own track and this train is coming down the track with brute force.” The wild legal show continued to play out Monday, at a court hearing in New York before a federal judge who is considering what to do with the material that the FBI seized from Cohen. The scene was punctuated by dramatic entrances and revelations. Stormy Daniels — the porn actress who alleged she had a sexual affair with the president — made an appearance. Cohen was forced to reveal that another one of his clients is Fox News host Sean Hannity, a high-profile confidant of the president. Trump left the White House for Florida, for a two-day summit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the president’s Mar-a-Lago estate. Advisers are hoping the meeting will draw attention from the legal tempest in Washington and New York. On the trip south, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee
Hannity a Cohen client President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen worked for Fox News commentator Sean Hannity in the past year, making Hannity one of just three clients Cohen represented after leaving his post as a counsel for Trump’s private company in 2017, Cohen’s attorney said in a court hearing Monday. Hannity said he had occasionally turned to Cohen when he had legal questions, but never paid him to be his attorney. “I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees,” Hannity tweeted Monday. “I assumed those conversations were confidential, but to be absolutely clear they never involved any matter between me and a third-party.” (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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lawyer in recent days. Cohen has not been charged with anything. Trump’s moods have grown darker, as he lashes out at the “overreach” of the raid. Further angering the president is that the raid was triggered in part by a referral from special counsel Robert Mueller, who is looking into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The raid was authorized by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Many in the White House view the aftershocks of the Cohen raid as potentially more threatening than Mueller’s Russia probe, fearful of what skeletons may be in the lawyer’s closets, according to five officials and outside allies. “It’s very dangerous for the president, probably the most serious thing yet,” said Sol Wisenberg, a defense attorney. “Even if you shut Mueller down some way, how do you shut down the Southern District [federal court]?” JONATHAN LEMIRE AND CATHERINE LUCEY (AP)
JOURNALISM The Washington Post received two Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, one for its investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election and one for its coverage of the 2017 Senate race in Alabama, in which it broke the story of sexual misconduct allegations against the Republican candidate, Roy Moore. “These days journalists need a soul and a spine, and the journalists who worked on these had both,” said Martin Baron, The Post’s executive editor. The Post and The New York Times shared the award in the national reporting category for their work on Russian interference in the 2016 election. The Times also shared the prize for public service with The New Yorker magazine for breaking the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal, work that galvanized the #MeToo movement. Other winners included: Breaking news photography: Ryan Kelly of The Daily Progress of Charlottesville, Va., for the image of a car plowing into counter-protesters, killing one woman. Breaking news reporting: The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa, Calif., for wildfire coverage. Local reporting: The Cincinnati Enquirer’s series on the heroin epidemic in the area. Reuters took the prizes for international reporting and for feature photography. (TWP/AP)
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NHL PLAYOFFS There was something familiar about the Capitals’ march from the locker room as the third period of Game 2 was about to start Sunday. There was Braden Holtby, taking his usual deep breath before stepping onto the ice, his mask falling over his face with that first stride. He was like a white knight there to save Washington’s playoff hopes, Capital One Arena cheering his return in net even as the team trailed Columbus by a goal. But 200 feet away from him stood the goaltender who decided the game. Sergei Bobrovsky has made the timely saves the Blue Jackets needed to take a 2-0 series lead as the matchup heads to Ohio. The Capitals have taken 88 shots in two games, and Bobrovsky has stopped 81 of them. Hot goaltenders have long haunted Washington’s playoff runs, from Montreal’s Jaroslav Halak in 2010 to Pittsburgh’s Marc-Andre Fleury last season. But this time, the problem seems to be in the Capitals’ net. Washington is the only team to have scored at least seven goals
this postseason and still lost its first two games. Before these playoffs started, coach Barry Trotz said it was a “blessing” to have both Holtby and Philipp Grubauer playing well enough to merit consideration to start. Grubauer was pulled Sunday for allowing four Columbus goals on 22 shots through two periods in Washington’s 5-4 overtime loss, and the team is likely to make a change in net for Game 3 tonight. On Monday, Trotz didn’t announce a starting goalie for Game 3 because he had yet to tell his team. The safe bet is Holtby, the 2016 Vezina Trophy winner who lost his starting job because he struggled down the stretch. Holtby’s career postseason save percentage is .932, second-best all time behind Tim Thomas. “I have absolute confidence in both goalies,” Trotz said. “They’ve been terrific. They’ve won us a lot of games, and … they bounce back all of the time.” The Capitals have managed just two even-strength goals in the series, relying on five powerplay goals. At even-strength, the
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Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, top, has 81 saves in two games compared to 48 combined for Braden Holtby, left, and Philipp Grubauer.
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The proportion of NHL teams that have advanced after starting a playoff series with two home losses, as the Capitals have against the Blue Jackets. In 103 such cases, 19 teams have stormed back to win a series. The Capitals did it once, against Columbus coach John Tortorella’s Rangers in 2009. (TWP)
Capitals forward Andre Burakovsky is out for at least the next two games with an upper-body injury. The winger was injured on a hit from Blue Jackets forward Boone Jenner in the first period Sunday night, when he played just 2:12 overall. Washington lost in overtime for the second straight game. The loss of Burakovsky is a blow for a team already low on top-six forward talent. Burakovsky had three goals and three assists over his last eight games of the regular season. In a disappointing fourth NHL season, he missed 20 games with a broken thumb and tallied 12 goals and 13 assists. The injury opens a spot on the second line for rookie Jakub Vrana, who was a healthy scratch Sunday. I.K.
Caps have predictably gripped the stick too tight. Washington had a 9.4 even-strength shooting percentage during the regular season, second-best in the NHL, but that’s fallen to 3.5 in the playoffs, according to hockey metrics site Corsica. “Just finish,” Trotz said. “We had some pucks off some posts. We had some pucks behind their goaltender. They just didn’t go over the goal line. So it’s a little bit of finish, a little bit of luck, all those things.” ISABELLE KHURSHUDYAN (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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NBA John Wall started his eighth NBA season fresh off the most rigorous summer of his career. But for all that training, he craved shrimp fried rice, chugged chocolate milk despite being lactose intolerant and treated himself to an occasional steak. His weight, listed at 210 pounds, crept up to 222.
“I was fat,” Wall said Monday. In late January, surgery to clean up his left knee sidelined the Wizards’ point guard. After eight weeks of dieting and rehabilitation, he had six-pack abs. Wall is now down to 207 pounds, according to his own estimation and his personal chef. The high-sodium meal of shrimp fried rice has turned into shrimp and vegetables sauteed in avocado oil, substituting cauliflower for rice. Ginger lemon tea has replaced chocolate milk. Salmon instead of red meat.
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“It’s going to be good for his long-term recovery,” coach Scott Brooks said. The dietary cha nge has showed on the court. Wall has been able to play 36 minutes or more in three of the five games since his return. As Washington seeks to climb out of a 1-0 hole in its first-round playoff matchup with the Raptors, Wall will need to carry more of the weight. “I feel way better,” said Wall, who poured in 23 points with 15 assists in the Wizards’ Game 1 loss. CANDACE BUCKNER (THE WASHINGTON POST)
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Redskins bring back backup tackle Nsekhe Ty Nsekhe will return to the Redskins, the team announced Monday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The tackle started six games last season after recovering from a core muscle injury early in the year. He has played on the right and left side and could be called upon to spell Trent Williams, who is recovering from knee surgery. (TWP)
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“For me, it’s the best conditions possible,” Kawauchi said. On the fifth anniversary of the finish-line explosions that killed three and wounded hundreds more, Linden and Kawauchi led a field of 30,000 runners through a drenching rain, temperatures in the mid-30s and gusts of up to 32 mph on the 26.2-mile trek. Lisa Larsen Weidenbach’s 1985 victory, formerly the last for an American woman, came before the race offered prize money that lured the top international runners to the world’s oldest and most prestigious marathon. Linden, a California native who lives in Michigan, nearly ended the drought in 2011 when she was outkicked down Boylston Street and finished second by 2 seconds during yet another Kenyan sweep. JIMMY GOLEN (AP)
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‘Plogging,’ the latest fitness craze that’s sweeping the streets, encourages runners to pick up trash while jogging TRENDS Have you recently spotted people toting trash bags while jogging? Or their hands filled with old plastic bottles? You might soon. Sweden’s latest fitness craze — plogging — is making its way to U.S. shores. The term is a mashup of jogging and the Swedish “plocka upp,” meaning pick up. In this case, litter. Across Europe, there are plogging groups in Scandinavia, Germany and beyond. In the United States, it’s just starting to catch on among exercisers who are fed up with rubbish along their routes. “I’m not going to just let litter sit there. I’m not going to just walk past that plastic bottle,” said plogger and Alexandria resident Emily Wright. “It’s not that I don’t think it’s gross to pick it up. I do. But I also think it’s gross for a person to not take responsibility for it.” Wright, 40, has been plogging for several months along the Alexandria waterfront, but just a
few weeks ago learned that what she’s been doing has a name. Her partner used to tease her about her habit of going out for a run-walk for about an hour with a trash bag and plastic gloves. “He used to call it my trash runs,” said Wright. “A few weeks ago he said, ‘the Swedes have a name for your trash runs!’” She mostly picks up cigarette butts, bits of foam containers, plastic bottles and bottle caps. Plogging not only helps the environment, it’s quite good for your health. Think squats while jogging. According to the Swedish-based fitness app Lifesum, which earlier this month made it possible for users to track plogging activity, a half-hour of jogging plus picking up trash will burn 288 calories for the average person, compared with the 235 burned by jogging alone. A brisk walk will expend about 120. “It makes me feel good for so many reasons,” Wright said. “My pants fit differently. I’m
Plogging in D.C. This Sunday — Earth Day — D.C. will host its first citywide plogging event. The 2.5-mile plog, hosted by the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation and Vida Fitness, will start at 10 a.m. at Raymond Recreation Center (3725 10th St. NW). The post-plog event will be at Vida’s U Street location, where ploggers can enjoy a complimentary lunch and refreshments. The event is free and open to the public. (EXPRESS)
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Hand dryers may leave your hands significantly more dirty than before you washed, according to a new study. The study, published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, found that plates exposed to 30 seconds of a bathroom hand dryer gained at least 18 to 60 colonies of bacteria, while plates exposed to bathroom air for two minutes had fewer than one. The study’s authors, who found that the nozzle of the dryers had minimal bacterial levels, said that more evidence was needed to determine if the dryers were bacteria harbors themselves or just blew large amounts of contaminated air. The study noted that dryers with a certain type of filters called HEPA filters could reduce the bacteria fourfold. ELI ROSENBERG (TWP)
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guy my friend is now dating. Nothing serious, just a few hookups when we knew each other years ago. She knew that we were acquaintances, but she has no idea otherwise. I keep going back and forth on whether to say something to her. For what itâ€™s worth, they donâ€™t seem serious yet. My gut says to let it go, but I also feel like if it does come out someday and I never said anything, then that will be a bad situation. TORN There are two truths here, and theyâ€™re at odds. One: For sure, it is far better for her to find out now than to find out later. Two: On any given day, it is easier if she doesnâ€™t find out at all. But, easy doesnâ€™t necessarily mean right. Iâ€™m not sure how close you are to this friend. Is it fair to her to withhold this? And imagine having to sit on this secret potentially indefinitely â€” or even worse, wondering if others who knew of it, including him, are going to spill the beans regardless of your wishes. It definitely runs the risk of becoming A Thing. Iâ€™m generally in favor of preventing the growth of such Things. And if they are not yet serious, hopefully this should not (yet) be a humongous deal.
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PAR SCORE 155-165, BEST SCORE 233
ARIES (March 21-April 19) You’re likely to find yourself in a tight spot after sharing an opinion that turns out to be quite unpopular. Find an ally. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You may not be able to hold your tongue today when others are engaged in a certain decision-making process. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You may feel as though you’ve been overlooked, but perhaps it’s just not your turn yet. Be ready. CANCER (June 21-July 22) A matter of taste has you going in an unusual direction today. Put your best foot forward, and be ready to deliver the goods when asked. MONDAY’S SOLUTION
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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Perception is everything today; how you view another’s behavior in relation to yours makes all the difference. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You may be disappointed to learn that someone else is choosing not to take your advice today. Still, there are others who favor your methods. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You
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can use the clock to your advantage today while others find themselves bogged down by details that don’t really matter.
TODAY: It’s more of the same, although we’ll see a brighter sky (partly sunny, at best). Highs are still much cooler than normal (by 15 degrees or so) for mid-April, only reaching the low-to-mid-50s. A few showers or wet snowflakes could fall across our northern suburbs. Skies will clear more substantially tonight.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You may be asking too much of yourself right now. Why give others power over you by exhausting your resources? CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Good and bad may become somewhat indistinguishable for a time today, and routine decisions you make will matter more than ever.
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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.
1861: The Virginia State Convention votes to secede from the Union.
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 crush the incursion by the third day.
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John Stamos on Monday announced the birth of his son, Billy Stamos. He said the child is named after the actor’s father. “From now on, the best part of me will always be my wife and son,” he wrote on Instagram. Stamos, 54, and Caitlin McHugh, 31, married in February. “Billy and Mom are both home and healthy,” Stamos’ rep said. (AP)
Nikki was sick of John occupying 25 percent more of each photo than her.
This time, Bieber acts out to save the day Justin Bieber intervened after a man allegedly choked a woman at a Coachella party, TMZ reported. Bieber reportedly hit the man in the face and pushed him against a wall, allowing the woman to break from his chokehold. According to TMZ, the man is not pressing charges for his altercation with Bieber. (EXPRESS)
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The Weeknd appears to only know two women Former couple The Weeknd and Bella Hadid were spotted kissing on Friday at a Coachella. They “were sitting on each other’s laps and all over each other all night long,” a source told People magazine. “They definitely looked like they were fully back together.” The two dated for two years before their breakup in late 2016, after which The Weeknd dated Selena Gomez. (EXPRESS)
Professional wrestlers John Cena and Nikki Bella announced Sunday that they have ended their relationship. “While this decision was a difficult one, we continue to have a great deal of love and respect for one another,” Bella tweeted. The couple had been together for six years and got engaged a year ago on live TV during a wrestling match. On Monday, Cena tweeted, “Hardship, loss, and humility are extremely difficult waters to navigate, but perseverance thru them builds a strength to withstand anything life throws your way.” (EXPRESS/AP)
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Beyonce announced Monday she is donating $100,000 to four historically black universities. The Homecoming Scholars Award Program for the 2018-2019 year will be part of her BeyGOOD initiative. She plans to give $25,000 each to Tuskegee University, Bethune-Cookman University, Xavier University of Louisiana and Wilberforce University. One student from each school will receive the scholarship money. (AP)
“If Ben is around, that might happen and then he gets credit for it, and I want to be like, ‘I like Oreos too! I’m fun too!’ ”
JENNIFER GARNER, telling Vanity Fair that ex-husband Ben Affleck gives their kids Oreos
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