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After This, They’ll Volunteer For Multi-State Jury Duty A Texas couple has fulfilled a lifelong dream by visiting Maine to watch the state Legislature at work. Marcine Webb, 86, and his wife, 81-year-old Nita Lou Webb, were in Augusta last week to complete their quest to visit every state capitol. Maine’s was the last one. The trip for the couple was a 65th wedding anniversary present from their children. (AP)

‘NOW WHAT?’ Performers present the Bodies in Urban Spaces project from Austrian artist Willi Dorner on Sunday at the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art in Porto, Portugal. The “Party at Serralves” art festival hosts more than 200 events simultaneously during a non-stop 40-hour period at the museum.


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Leak Spotlights Role Of Private Contractors Intelligence agencies could reconsider their reliance on outsiders The U.S. government monitors threats to national security with the help of nearly 500,000 people like Edward Snowden — employees of private firms who have access to the government’s most sensitive secrets. When Snowden, an employee of one of those firms, Booz Allen Hamilton, revealed details of two National Security Agency surveillance programs, he spotlighted the risks of making so many employees of private contractors a key part of the U.S. intelligence apparatus. The leak could lead the nation’s intelligence agencies to reconsider their reliance on outside contractors, said Joseph Augustyn, a former senior CIA official and principal at Booz Allen Hamilton. “I think it would call into question the role of the defense contrac-

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The company has established deep ties with the government. Contractors stand to gain an edge on competitors by hiring people with the most closely held knowledge of the thinking inside agencies they want to serve. That typically means former government officials. The relationship often runs both ways: James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, is a former Booz Allen Hamilton executive. The firm’s vice chairman, John “Mike” McConnell, held Clapper’s position under George W. Bush. Of the 4.9 million people with clearance to access “confidential and secret” government information, 1.1 million, or 21 percent, work for outside contractors, according to a report from Clapper’s office. Of the 1.4 million who have the higher “top secret” access, 483,000, or 34 percent, work for contractors. “It’s very difficult to know what contractors are doing and what they are billing for the work — or even whether they should be performing the work at all,” said Scott Amey, an expert in contractor oversight and government transparency at Project on Government Oversight, a nonpartisan government accountability organization based in Washington. “It has muddied the waters.” ADAM GOLDMAN AND JONATHAN FAHEY (AP)

#TweetsFromHillary: Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton joined Twitter on Monday, describing herself as a “pantsuit aficionado” and a “hair icon.” In her first tweet, @HillaryClinton thanked the creators of the popular online parodies called “Texts from Hillary,” and said, “I’ll take it from here.” She added a hashtag #tweetsfromhillary. After only a few hours, Clinton had racked up more than 100,000 followers. (AP)

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Grand Jury to Look Into Deadly Building Collapse Philadelphia’s top prosecutor said Monday he would convene an investigating grand jury to look into the building collapse that killed six people and injured 13 others. Police say Sean Benschop was high on marijuana while operating an excavator on the scene when the collapse happened Wednesday. His attorney said his client is not responsible. (AP) SAN ANTONIO

Police: Soldier Arrested In Texas Base Shooting A soldier who wounded a fellow service member in a shooting at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio on Monday was in military custody, a base spokesman said. Police said the victim and shooter were involved in a relationship and that no other people were targeted. (AP)

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A Redesigned Apple In what it calls the biggest update since the iPhone’s launch in 2007, Apple unveiled its newest operating system, iOS 7, on Monday. It will feature a graphic design overhaul — no more fake leather blotter on iCal or casino-green “felt” on Game Center. The system will also update apps automatically and store Web passwords online in iCloud, making them available across devices. (AP)

Cleanup work has ended in three of the states affected by BP’s massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the company said Monday. The London-based oil giant said the Coast Guard has concluded “active cleanup operations” in Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, but work continues along 84 miles of Louisiana’s shoreline. The cleanup by BP contractors ended last Friday in Alabama, on June 1 in Florida and on May 1 in

The number of miles of shoreline that needed to be cleaned after a well blowout on the Deepwater Horizon rig triggered an explosion that killed 11 workers and spewed millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf. (AP)

Mississippi, according to company spokesman Jason Ryan. The Coast Guard will continue responding to reports of oil washing up anywhere along the Gulf Coast. BP said it will take responsibility for removing any oil that came from its blown-out Macondo well. “This is another important step towards meeting our goal of

returning the shoreline to as close to pre-spill conditions as possible while managing the scale of the response to meet conditions on the ground,” Coast Guard Capt. Duke Walker said in a statement. BP said it has spent more than $14 billion on response and cleanup activities, with more than 48,000 people involved in those efforts at the height of the spill’s aftermath. “The transition is a significant milestone toward fulfilling our commitment to clean the Gulf shoreline and ensuring that the region’s residents and visitors can fully enjoy this majestic environment,” Laura Folse, BP’s executive vice president for response and environmental restoration, said in a statement. (AP)

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Report: Emissions Hit Record Level in 2012 Global carbon dioxide emissions from energy use rose 1.4 percent to a record 31.6 gigatons in 2012, the International Energy Agency said in a report released Monday. The continued increase could raise temperatures by 9 degrees Fahrenheit, which IEA chief economist Fatih Birol warned “would be a disaster.” The rise comes even as such emissions fell in the U.S. and Europe. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Turkish PM to Meet Protesters Conciliatory gesture comes as widespread furor starts to calm Ankara, Turkey Turkey’s prime minister will meet with a group of protesters occupying Istanbul’s central Taksim Square this week, the deputy prime minister said Monday, as the government sought a way out of the impasse that has led to hundreds of protests in dozens of cities. Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said, however, that the government would no longer tolerate “illegal acts,” and implied that the occupation of Taksim and its accompanying Gezi Park would be over by the weekend. “Illegal acts in Turkey from now [on] won’t be allowed, and whatever needs to be done according to the law will be done,” he said

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Meanwhile ... Protests in Turkey appeared to wane Monday, with the lowest number yet of demonstrators gathering in Istanbul’s Taksim Square on Monday, the 11th day of unrest. The protesters occupying Gezi Park remain, however, as do those in Kugulu Park in the Turkish capital of Ankara, shown. (AP)

after a Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. “All necessary actions against illegal acts will have been completed, and we will see this all

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gas to break up demonstrations almost every night. Three people have died and more than 5,000 have been treated for injuries or the effects of gas during the protests. Erdogan will meet Gezi Park protesters Wednesday, following a request by some of the protesters, Arinc said. With no clear leadership organizing the Gezi occupation, it was unclear who the prime minister would be meeting. The unrest was sparked by a violent crackdown on a peaceful sit-in by protesters objecting to a project replacing the park with a replica Ottoman-era barracks. It galvanized tens of thousands of Turks. The demonstrations quickly turned into a denunciation of what many see as Erdogan’s increasingly autocratic ways and attempts to impose Muslim values on a secular society.

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Former D.C. council member Michael Brown pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to accepting $55,000 in bribes, and he agreed to serve up to three years and one month in prison in a deal worked out with federal prosecutors. On Friday, Brown was charged with taking bribes from a company he thought was trying to do business with the city government. In fact, the businessmen were undercover investigators with the FBI. New details emerged about the bribery scheme in a 34-page court filing. Brown met a number

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of times with undercover agents posing as company representatives. Last July 11, he received $15,000 in $100 bills stuffed in a duffel bag with two Washington Nationals

T-shirts and a baseball hat. At another meeting at the Channel Inn restaurant in August 2012, an undercover agent handed over $10,000 in $100 bills placed inside a Redskins coffee mug. Brown left the restaurant with the mug and the cash, according to the filing. Prosecutors said Brown occasionally referred to the payments from the sham company as a “loan,” but that “no loan terms were ever discussed.” The charge against Brown represents the third recent prosecution of a D.C. Council member. ANN E. MARIMOW (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Costs of College: Student housing, intercollegiate athletics and other expenses are driving up the cost of attending a public university in Virginia — which has increased by 150 percent over two decades, according to a study released Monday by the investigative arm of the General Assembly. While spending at Virginia’s 15 public four-year institutions has increased 130 percent since 1991, the amount spent on instruction has remained about a third of that total. Per-student funding from the state has declined by 22 percent, contributing to an increase in student loans. (AP)


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Mike Lee/Patrick Leahy Sen. Mike Lee, a tea party Republican from Utah, left, and Patrick Leahy, a Vermont Democrat, are pushing a bill requiring the government to obtain a search warrant to obtain citizens’ emails.

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Michael Moore/Glenn Beck Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore, left, and conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck have cheered Edward Snowden for leaking a classified U.S. program.

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‘Uniting in Outrage’ A series of government scandals has stirred a bipartisan backlash Washington A storm of Washington controversies has created a rare event in these partisan, polarized times: a shared I-told-you-so moment for the left and the right. For anyone worried about the potential for government overreach, the past few weeks brought more cause for concern. The Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups for scrutiny. The Justice Department subpoenaing the records of media organizations in a mission against their sources of information. The National Security Agency sweeping up phone records and secretly tapping into the Internet services that have become the nervous system of 21st-century life. All raise questions that go beyond the ideological differences over the size and cost of government that have come to define the Democratic and Republican parties.

Each controversy stirs misgivings — sometimes dismissed as paranoia — that ardent liberals and conservatives have held about Washington’s power and reach. That explains why the newly revealed leaker of classified information about government surveillance, Edward Snowden, 29, has been hailed as a “hero” by figures as diverse as conservative commentator Glenn Beck and liberal filmmaker Michael Moore. And the scandals — or pseudoscandals, depending on one’s point of view — land at a time when polls show the public’s trust in the government is at or near all-time lows. “All of those things fit together as almost a patchwork quilt of too much, too far and too intrusive,” Democratic pollster Peter Hart said. “It’s not bringing people together. It’s uniting in outrage.” More unsettling for people of both parties is the through-the-

looking glass quality of the controversies. That is particularly true of President Barack Obama’s aggressive use of the surveillance measures that President George W. Bush sought after the Sept. 11 attacks. Democrats — notably Obama, then a senator — blasted those measures as an overreach.

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“When you give your government power, it’s for always. It’s not just for when your team is in office,” said conservative activist Grover Norquist, who criticized the domestic surveillance programs during the Bush years. “And when you give people power, it demands to be used. . . . Obama was continuing and building on powers the Republicans demand-

ed the government should have.” Qualms like that have produced some unusual alliances. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., has teamed with Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, a tea party champion, on a bill that would require the government to obtain a search warrant before it obtains email and other electronic communications. (Current law allows email older than 180 days to be more easily accessed with a subpoena.) Though the bill was blocked last fall by Judiciary Committee Republicans, it sailed through the committee in April. On Thursday, libertarian Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said that he was joining as a co-sponsor. “There is a strain in American politics that brings people like Durbin and Mike Lee and Rand Paul together, the libertarians meet the left,” said Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., who has sought to restrain the government’s surveillance authority. Still, it remains to be seen how much the more recent controversies will shift the political dynamic. K AREN TUMULT Y (THE WASHINGTON POST )

More than 23,000 people are petitioning the White House to pardon Edward Snowden, the contractor who has admitted leaking information about classified U.S. surveillance programs. Snowden, 29, is in Hong Kong, though he has not revealed exactly where. A receptionist at the Mira Hotel said a guest named Edward Snowden had been staying there but checked out Monday. In a May 24 email to The Washington Post, he said he would consider applying for asylum in Iceland or another country “with strong Internet and press freedoms.” (T WP/AP)

European Response European leaders, stunned by revelations of a U.S. surveillance program that included their citizens, moved Monday to demand more information. (T WP) German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to raise the issue when she meets with President Barack Obama next week, a spokesman said. Other German officials voiced concern over the apparent monitoring of their citizens. To preempt outcry in Britain, Foreign Secretary William Hague defended his government’s handling of information that may have been legally obtained under U.S. law but illegal under British law. Top officials of the 27-nation European Union also said they would press Washington on the matter at meetings later this week.


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in the first two games of the NBA Finals, Heat forward LeBron James has averaged 17.5 points and has posted his two lowest point totals of the postseason.

A Defense Fit for a King Spurs have been able to slow down LeBron so far in NBA Finals NBA Finals Somehow, some way, the San Antonio Spurs seem to have discovered a secret that every team in the league desperately searched for all season long. They have figured out a way to slow down LeBron James. Whether it’s Kawhi Leonard’s incredible w ingspan, Danny Green’s dogged determination or a stash of kryptonite that Tim Duncan happened upon while taking a walk along the banks of the San Antonio River, it’s working. And yet the Spurs return home for Game 3 of the NBA Finals tonight perhaps feeling lucky to have earned a split in Miami. James is averaging a pedestrian

What We Learned From Games 1 and 2 Manu Ginobili may be a liability: The Spurs guard played just 18 minutes in Game 2. In the finals he has shot 6-for-17, scored 18 points and has four turnovers.

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Lots of 3s: The Heat and Spurs showed why they were among the leaders in 3-point shooting, combining to shoot 35-for-87 from beyond the arc in two games.

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17.5 points and has posted his two lowest point totals in the postseason during the finals. One would think that’s a recipe for a commanding 2-0 series lead. But San Antonio needed an incredible shot from Tony Parker with 5.2 seconds to play in Game 1 to hold off a charging James, then got blown out in Game 2 on Sunday even though the four-time MVP scored 17 points on 7-for-17 shooting.

Turnovers the difference: In their Game 1 win, the Spurs had just four turnovers, but they had 16 in Sunday night’s loss. JEFFREY

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“Obviously, LeBron is unbelievable,” Parker said after the 103-84 loss to the Heat that evened the best-of-seven series at one game each. “He’s going to score. But right now the other players, they are playing great, too. So we can’t have both.” James shot an astounding 56.5 percent during the regular season and made 103 3-pointers — the first time in league history someone has made that many 3s while

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shooting a percentage that high. The improved shooting has made the 6-foot-8, 250-pound freight train almost impossible to guard this season, and had the Heat confident that their star player had the antidote for any type of defensive approach against him. James had a triple-double in Game 1, but scored only 18 points on 16 shots in the 92-88 loss. He is shooting just 41.4 percent from the field, is 2-for-8 from long range and has only attempted six free throws in the first two games, monumental achievements against the most dominant player in the game. JON KR AWCZ YNSKI (AP)

Tebow Time in New England: Quarterback Tim Tebow will be signing with the New England Patriots and joining their minicamp today, according to a person familiar with the situation. One of the NFL’s most polarizing players, Tebow spent a lost season in 2012 with the New York Jets, barely playing behind struggling starter Mark Sanchez. Tebow was released in April. (AP)

The hard part in the current stretch of games is over for the U.S. men’s national team. Now it’s all about holding serve on home soil. After securing a World Cup qualifying victory in Jamaica — its first there — on Friday, the U.S. is on solid footing in its quest for Brazil 2014 ahead of a pair of home games against Panama and Honduras. With seven points through four matches, the Americans head to Seattle and Sandy, Utah, for the next two matches. The U.S. is 21-0-2 in home World Cup qualifiers since 2001. 10 P.M. Today | ESPN

“Definitely the most important part was leaving this place with three points and going into two exciting home games that we’re looking forward to,” U.S. manager Jurgen Klinsmann said after the 2-1 win in Kingston. “Every game is difficult. Panama will be very difficult in Seattle. We’ll need big support from the fans and need total commitment in every one of these games.” U.S. catches a break in that Panama will be without star striker Blas Perez, as the FC Dallas forward has been ruled out with gastroenteritis. U.S. will be short-handed as well, though. University of Maryland product and starting right winger Graham Zusi, who has assisted on Jozy Altidore’s goals in each of the past two games, is suspended for the match because of yellow card accumulation, and starting central midfielder Jermaine Jones is highly doubtful to play after suffering a concussion in the second half against Jamaica. AVI CREDITOR (FOR E XPRESS)


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Dan Haren’s past five starts have been a nightmare. Through that stretch he has four losses and a no decision. In the 6-foot-5 right-hander’s most recent outing, against the New York Mets on June 5, he surrendered five earned runs in four innings in a 10-1 loss. Haren has allowed seven home runs in his past four starts, evidence of what he’s deemed poor location on his pitches. On the season he’s allowed 15 homers, the second most in baseball. He will look to turn his recent woes around today in Colorado when the Nationals face the Rockies. “It’s very disappointing, obviously,” Haren said. “I feel bad for the guys. I’m letting them down. I can’t be this inconsistent.” Haren has been unable to keep his fastball down and his off-speed

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Dan Haren has allowed 15 homers this season, second most in the majors.

pitches under control. As a result, batters are seeing a lot of balls over the plate. The Nationals, who are 31-31 and were 7½ games back of the Braves in the NL East on Monday, can’t afford for Haren’s tough stretch to continue. “He was struggling hitting his spots [against the Mets] it looked like,” manager Davey Johnson said. “His pitches were a little flat.

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When he throws that many pitches in that few of innings, then you know he’s having problems locating the ball.” Haren said this has been the worst stretch of his MLB career, dating back to 2003 when he made his debut for St. Louis. Just two years ago with the Angels, Haren finished the year 16-10 with a 3.17 ERA. At almost the halfway point of the 2013 season, the 32-yearold has posted a 4-7 record with a 5.45 ERA, which would be a singleseason career worst. “I’m going out there and doing my best,” Haren said. “I feel I’m letting down the team, the fans, the front office, everybody. No one feels worse about it than me. … The team needs me. I know I’m good. I’ve been good at times this year. But there’s no consistency whatsoever.” JASON BUT T (FOR E XPRESS)

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1. Cardinals (41-22) Rosenthal hasn’t allowed an earned run since April.

6. Tigers (35-26) They have the largest division lead in the AL.

11. D-backs (35-28) Goldschmidt (.320, 15 HRs, 58 RBIs) for NL MVP?

16. Phillies (31-33) Brown, 25, leads the team in every hitting category.

2. Braves (39-24) They have an MLB-best 3.14 team ERA.

7. Athletics (38-27) Their batters have drawn the most walks in baseball.

12. Rays (34-28) Moore has allowed 15 runs in past two starts.

17. Royals (28-32) Allowed four runs in threegame sweep of Astros.

3. Rangers (37-25) Darvish leads majors with 118 strikeouts.

8. Yankees (37-26) Pitching has carried them to winning six of seven.

13. Giants (33-29) Three of top four starters have plus-4.00 ERA.

18. Dodgers (27-35) Puig (.464, 4 HRs, 10 RBIs) has been unbelievable.

4. Red Sox (39-25) Pedroia and Ortiz fueling top offense in baseball.

9. Pirates (37-26) Grilli has a 0.98 ERA and leads NL in saves (23).

14. Nationals (31-31) The return of Harper and Strasburg will help.

19. Indians (30-32) Were swept in two straight series (Yankees, Tigers).

5. Reds (37-26) Latos (6-0, 2.87 ERA) has yet to lose a game.

10. Orioles (35-28) How long will offense carry poor rotation?

15. Rockies (34-30) Tulowitzki has hit four homers in past six games.

20. Padres (29-34) Cabrera and Gyorko form a nice middle infield.

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21. Twins (27-33) They have the fewest quality starts in baseball. 22. White Sox (27-34) They’ve scored the fewest runs (214) in the AL. 23. Blue Jays (27-35) Their rotation is a mess. 24. Angels (27-36) Hamilton’s last multihit

Biggest drop: Josh Hamilton and the Angels tumbled five spots from last week.

game was on May 21.

25. Mariners (27-37) No team in the AL has been struck out more. 26. Cubs (25-35) Samardzija is 3-7 but is second in NL in strikeouts. 27. Brewers (25-37) Somehow Gomez leads the majors in WAR.

28. Mets (23-35) Marcum (0-7, 4.96 ERA) still looking for first win. 29. Astros (22-42) After brief surge, they’re back to losing ways. 30. Marlins (18-44) Eight wins vs. the Mets and 10 vs. rest of majors. JEFFREY TOMIK (EXPRESS) * RECORDS THROUGH SUNDAY

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The Despair of the New Dad Parenthood is always a shock to the system. “Frank,” a 48-yearold Adams Morgan resident, got hit even harder. He and his wife decided that he would leave his job to be a stay-athome dad when his daughter was born late last year. Although it was a role the first-time father had eagerly anticipated, the transition took an immediate toll. “For the first two weeks, I was cross-eyed. It was intense,” says Frank, who asked to use a pseudonym as he undergoes therapy. He had dealt with depression before, but he soon began to experience something different. He was constantly cranky, stopped cracking his usual jokes and began withdrawing. “Part of it was the feeling of not being able to escape,” he says. “There’s no break.” T his initia l reaction isn’t surprising, says Jennifer Kogan, a licensed independent clinical social worker in the District who focuses on children’s and parent’s issues. “There’s sleep deprivation and a lot more to do,” Kogan says. “That’s when people start to have problems.” In the ensuing weeks, Frank’s unhappiness escalated. “Every morning, it was completely grim,” he says. “I would relive the day before and how exhausted I was. I used to fantasize about doing fun things if I had free time; now I just wanted to be under the blankets in a dark cave.” While reading online about

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Resources “There’s very limited help and very few resources for men in this area,” says Jason Monroe, co-founder of Postpartum Support Maryland (Postpartummd.org), which offers educational resources and support groups to parents. For help finding counseling, fathers can contact their primary care physician. Postpartum Support International (Postpartum.net/ Get-Help/Resources-for-Fathers.aspx) also offers information and resources for fathers afflicted with paternal PPD. N.M.

parenting, he stumbled onto an article about paternal postpartum depression (PPD). Within a few paragraphs, he recognized that he was exhibiting its symptoms. “I d i d n’t e v e n k no w t he condition existed,” he says.  Not only is paternal PPD out there, it’s surprisingly pervasive. According to a 2010 study in the Journal of the American Medical A s s o c i at ion, “P re n at a l a nd Postpartum Depression in Fathers and Its Association With Maternal Depression: A Meta-analysis,”

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roughly one in 10 fathers suffers from paternal PPD. “The definition is the same as it is for maternal postpartum depression,” says the study’s co-author, James Paulson, an associate professor of psychology at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va., who has been studying paternal PPD since 2004. “It’s an episode of depression that occurs during the pregnancy or in the first year or so postpartum. If it’s left untreated, it can affect the child and the whole family in the same way maternal depression can.” Paternal PPD doesn’t necessarily present itself in stereotypical ways — sadness, crying or feelings of worthlessness. “I n s t e a d , it ’s a s e n s e o f detachment, a loss of ability to connect with what’s important in the world or the inability to experience pleasure,” Paulson says. “It’s a loss of emotional capacity.”

T he cond it ions a re of ten exacerbated by the father’s failure to address them. “Men are much less likely than women to admit that they’re feeling depressed, that there’s something wrong and that they need help,” Paulson says. Frank has found support online by joining a group for stay-athome fathers, D.C. Metro Dads (Dcmetrodads.com). Through chats with other members via discussion groups, he’s sought advice on his stresses and frustrations. It’s provided some solace, but he’s decided to take the next step and start to see a psychologist. And he is striving to keep positive by reminding himself of the fun stuff — like seeing his baby roll over and make goofy faces. “My daughter’s so fabulous and cute that there’s a lot of joy,” he says. “Fatherhood’s a real roller-coaster ride.” NE VIN MARTELL (FOR E XPRESS)


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ground rules.” It might not be realistic to make her leave the house, but you can change the subject, not engage her, and otherwise drown out those lines of conversation. Finally, open a dialogue with your girls about this. Seeing you stand up for your principles and value their feelings will go a long way in counteracting what she’s throwing at them.

Do you know what drives their lack of inclusion? Is there reason to believe they think he treats you poorly? Is it some sort of prejudice? Is it a garden-variety personality clash? If the discrimination is truly unjust — honest friends can help you determine this — then you’re forced to take a stand. When he is actively non-invited, you can be a conscientious objector by not attending the event. Warn them of this in a general sense, before another invite comes — letting them know you are committed to him, their exclusion of him hurts you and that it forces you to make a difficult choice. The longer you put up with it, the harder it will be to change the inertia of the situation.

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So Angry You Could Just Die? Lose your cool, lose your life? Anger may boost your risk of a heart attack, finds new research from Harvard Medical School. Researchers found that heartattack patients who reported experiencing a fit of rage in the past year were more than twice as likely to suffer their attack within two hours of an outburst as compared with other, calmer times.

Want a physique as awesome as Jennifer Aniston’s? You might not be able to see it in the mirror yet, but you already have one, says Mandy Ingber. And she’d know. The celebrity yoga and fitness instructor works out with the “Friends” star three days a week, using a plan she’s broken down for wider audiences in her new book, “Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate MindBody Makeover” ($20, Seal). At the heart of Ingber’s fitness strategy is a simple idea that she’s slapped

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Details Mandy Ingber visits Flow Yoga Center on Saturday to teach two sessions of “Love Your Body Into Shape” ($45, 2 and 4 p.m., 1450 P St. NW, Flowyogacenter.com). The 75-minute master classes will provide students with a taste of her Yogalosophy routine, a goodie bag and a chance to buy a signed copy of her book.

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Mope Music Lou Barlow always worried me. He and legendary ’90s indie rockers Sebadoh put out an amazing, weird record nearly every year between 1989’s “The Freed Man” and 1996’s “Harmacy.” I came for the hardcoreesque psycho-screamo, but stayed for frontman Barlow’s bare, jarring lyrics about the dread of loss (“I’d live in fear of losing you/Or holding on and trapping you inside,” from 1993’s By Shauna “Two Years Two Miller Days”) or driving love away (“Vampire, draining her desire/ Vampire, smother her with love,” from 1992’s “Vampire”). Here was a guy somehow sadder than Elliott Smith. Now, (most of) Sebadoh have reunited and self-released an EP, “Secret,” with an album, “Defend Yourself,” to follow. Barlow, center, recently split with his wife of 25 years, and has said this material was recorded in a similar spirit of transition as their early work. At a certain point, I wanted poor Lou to be freed from himself. Find a nice girl, get a therapist. Maybe those things happened, but life can still come undone whenever it feels like it. Streams are up now, but I’m honestly afraid to listen to them. Some bands are a soundtrack to feelings you don’t want to return to. Connect with Shauna and Sound Bets on Twitter: @Shaunajmiller.

“The pattern looks like Precious sat on somebody’s butterfly collection.” Rivers says her interest in fashion reaches back to her girlhood, when, still in school in New York, she had a job as a fashion coordinator at a department store chain, then another job where helped create Lord & Taylor’s legendary Fifth Avenue window displays. “If I hadn’t gotten into show business, I would have gone into

Personalities “I’m having a great time,” Joan Rivers says. “Everything is working, my mind is fine.” The comedian and TV host turned 80 on Saturday, a milestone that has prompted the E! network to stage a Joan Rivers “takeover”: Its regular one-hour edition of “Fashion Police” (airing Friday at 10 p.m.) will be a black-tie birthday salute; special half-hour episodes will air nightly through Thursday (at 10:30 p.m.) featuring guest appearances by celebrities and even victims of past fashion slams. She’ll also appear on other E! shows, such as “Chelsea Lately” and “The Soup.” Rivers still marvels at the success of “Fashion Police,” which, since premiering three years ago, has tightened its grip in the culture as a wicked hybrid of style and snark. The weekly red-carpet recap, which she hosts with Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne and George Kotsiopoulos, is perfectly tailored to Rivers’ comedic skills, as demonstrated by her 46 years in showbiz. Hear her hail Uma Thurman, sheathed in Versace at the Cannes Film Festival: “This gown is so feminine, so silver — it’s the Anderson Cooper of dresses!” Hear her skewer a baggy, dizzyingly hued Alexander McQueen jumpsuit worn by actress Marion Cotillard at a Crash Magazine party:

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When Marc Maron performed stand-up at Sixth and I in February, the comedian couldn’t help but indulge his Jewish roots. Expect more of the same when the podcaster reads from his twisted essay collection, “Attempting Normal,” tonight. Sixth and I Historic Synagogue, 600 I St. NW; 202-408-3100, Tue., 7 p.m., $20-$46; Sixthandi .org. (Gallery Place)

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Back in the early ’90s, the future members of neo-psych/ yelp-core band Animal Collective were just Baltimore friends making strange music. After the band’s 2000 debut, indie was never the same, though its real breakthrough record was 2004’s brilliant, loping “Sung Tongs.” Three records later, AC is one of the biggest experimental indie bands out there. 9:30 Club, 815 V St. NW; Tue., 7 p.m., sold out; 202-2650930, 930.com. (U Street)

Lionel Shriver, who destroyed all our psyches with her Columbine-inspired “We Need to Talk About Kevin,” has a new novel (“Big Brother”) that tackles the obesity crisis. Protagonist Pandora discovers her older brother has gained hundreds of pounds and must confront her prejudices. Politics and Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW; Tue., 7 p.m., free; 202-364-1919, Politics-prose.com. (Van Ness)

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Substitute Comedian John Oliver fills in for the most trusted source of fake news Television Since 2006, John Oliver 11:00 has proved his mettle as a phony journalist on “The Daily Show.” Serving in numerous “reporting” roles on the spoof newscast, but chiefly as senior British correspondent, the Birmingham, England-born Oliver is schoolboyish, poker-faced and emphatic in explaining America to itself (whether the topic is Occupy Wall Street, gun control or the N-word), satisfied that his accent from across the pond makes anything he says, however off-kilter, sound authoritative here in the New World. That’s important, because Monday night, Oliver began a stint guestCOM

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hosting “The Daily Show” for eight weeks of new shows while regular host Jon Stewart shoots a movie. “You’re taking this engine and hoping you can operate it with a lower skill set than the guy who designed it,” Oliver jokes. Oliver is filling in for a man who is not only his boss, but also a mentor. “You KNOW Jon Stewart is funny,” Oliver says. “What you DON’T see is, he’s a pretty incredible manager of production as well. … The key thing is to really keep your foot on the throat of this show so that it doesn’t just get up and walk away.” He laughs appreciatively. “That’s the biggest lesson he’s taught me.” FR A ZIER MOORE (AP)

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Sometimes, Life Gets ‘Twisted’ ABC Family’s latest show is a whodunnit about a heartthrob fresh out of juvie Who says formulas don’t ABC FAM 9:00 work? The new series “Twisted” combines a dark whodunnit with an evergreen teen staple: the propensity for “good” girls to fall for “troubled” boys and try to reform them. And at least this time, he’s not a vampire. Avan Jogia stars as Danny Desai. He’s dark and handsome and more than slightly scary to his new class-

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they can’t hide their trepidation. Denise Richards co-stars as Danny’s mom. Any chance for Danny to bury his past vanishes when a fellow classmate is found dead and suspicions immediately fall upon the newcomer with the homicidal record. Not unlike a teenage twist on “The Fugitive,” this series follows Danny’s efforts to clear his name while retaining dark secrets about the real reasons behind his aunt’s murder. Time will tell if Jogia emerges as the new teen heartthrob. He resembles a young Johnn y D e p p, s o t h a t ’s a s t a r t . KE VIN MCDONOUGH (UNIVERSAL UCLICK)

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A Foreign Import One day after dismissing its longtime production pair, “American Idol” has a new executive producer. Freemantle Media has named Per Blankens to head the troubled Fox singing competition. He has been the showrunner for the Swedish edition of “Idol” for more than five years. Judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Randy Jackson have all departed the show. The fate of judge Keith Urban is still uncertain. (AP)

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You may come under some scrutiny today, but this is really an opportunity to prove yourself and to reach for more. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You may not know just where you are headed at this time, but with the help of a trusted ally you can boost your reputation considerably. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You’re likely to find yourself in the enviable position of being asked to determine your own immediate fate today. Choose wisely!

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Kendall Jenner called reports that her parents, Bruce and Kris Jenner, are divorcing “stupid” in an interview with the New York Times. “I don’t feel anything about it,” she said. “It doesn’t hurt me. It’s not something that gets to me. I know the truth. I live with my parents, and I know what’s going on.” Last week, half-sister Khloe Kardashian told Jay Leno that Bruce and Kris Jenner live apart. (EXPRESS)

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