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She Only Wanted to Because Her Son Kept Putting It Off An Ohio woman who lives at a retirement home and turned 100 on Monday had one wish for her birthday: She wanted to do some yard work and smell freshcut grass. Trudy Price, of Bowling Green, has gotten her wish with the help of the grounds crew at Bowling Green State University. She pushed one of the university’s mowers and then helped plant flowers near the student union on campus. (AP) MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

This Sounds Like a Rejected ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Plot Line A Seattle anesthesiologist has been suspended for sexting on the job, according to CBS Seattle. The Washington state Medical Quality Assurance Commission suspended Dr. Arthur K. Zilberstein, accusing him of endangering patient safety because of his “preoccupation with sexual matters.” He has 20 days to respond. (EXPRESS) TYPICAL

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WHERE’S BAO BAO? Some of French artist Paulo Grangeon’s 1,600 papier-mache pandas rest in front of Tian Tan Buddha, a large bronze Buddha Statue, Tuesday on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. The papier-mache army has already made stops in Berlin and Paris as part of a monthlong “1600 Pandas World Tour,” according to Agence France-Presse.

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The mayor of San Marino, Calif., admits tossing a bag of dog waste onto a neighborhood resident’s property and has apologized, saying he should have disposed of it properly. Mayor Dennis Kneier said he was walking home from a park with his wife Saturday night when they found the bag on a parkway and he picked it up and tossed it onto a walkway at the property. (AP)


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5 U.S. Troops Killed in Airstrike Kabul, Afghanistan Five Americans with a special operations unit were killed by a U.S. airstrike called in to help them after they were ambushed by the Taliban in southern Afghanistan, in one of the deadliest friendly fire incidents in nearly 14 years of war, officials said Tuesday. The deaths were a reminder that the conflict is nowhere near over for some U.S. troops, who will keep fighting for at least two more years.

One of the troops killed was identified as Aaron Toppen, 19, of Mokena, Ill., who had deployed to Afghanistan in March, a month after his father died. His family was suffering a ‘double hit’ of grief, his sister said. Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby said the five American troops were killed Monday during a security operation in southern Afghanistan. “Investigators are looking into the likelihood that friendly fire was the cause,” Kirby said. The deaths occurred during a joint operation of Afghan and NATO forces in the Arghandab district of southern Zabul province ahead of Saturday’s presiden-

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NEW YORK

Congress Votes to Ensure Speedier Care for Vets

NYC, Occupy Protesters Settle for $583,000

Congress is moving quickly to address military veterans’ long waits for care at VA hospitals. The House unanimously approved legislation Tuesday to make it easier for patients enduring lengthy delays for initial visits to get VA-paid treatment from local doctors instead. The Senate was poised to vote on a similar bill within 48 hours. (AP)

New York City has agreed to pay nearly $600,000 to settle allegations that police wrongfully arrested a group of Occupy Wall Street protesters during a march. The $583,000 pact announced Tuesday involves 14 demonstrators who said police ordered them to leave but prevented them from doing so and arrested them in lower Manhattan early on New Year’s Day 2012. The disorderly conduct cases got dismissed. (AP)

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Part of Bridge May Reopen by Labor Day Delaware’s transportation chief said Tuesday that officials are hoping to reopen the southbound lanes of the Interstate 495 bridge over the Christina River by Labor Day, and the northbound lanes a few weeks after that. Officials closed the bridge June 2 because supporting columns are tilting. The bridge typically carries about 90,000 vehicles a day. (AP)

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tial runoff election, said provincial police chief Gen. Ghulam Sakhi Rooghlawanay. After the operation was over, the troops came under attack from the Taliban and called in air support, he said. Special operations forces often come under fire on joint operations and are responsible for calling in air support when needed. Because of constraints placed by President Hamid Karzai, such airstrikes are

usually called when troops fear they are about to be killed. Airstrikes that kill coalition soldiers are not common. One of the worst came in April 2002, when four Canadian soldiers were killed by an American F-16 jet fighter that dropped a bomb on a group of troops during a night firing exercise in southern Kandahar. In April 2004, former National Football League player Pat Tillman was killed by coalition fire while serving in an Army Ranger unit. Of the 30,000 or so U.S. troops left in Afghanistan, special operations forces are among the only ones that are active on the battlefield. RAHIM FAIEZ AND PATRICK QUINN (AP)

NEW YORK

Diabetes Numbers Up The number of Americans with diabetes has increased by about 3 million from three years ago, and now more than 29 million people have the illness. In a report released Tuesday, federal scientists said that more than 9 percent of Americans have diabetes. The report estimates that about a quarter of them don’t know they have diabetes. (AP)

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Sources: American unit calling for help hit by friendly fire

TWO PEOPLE AWAIT WORD after a shooting Tuesday at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Ore. A teen gunman armed with a rifle shot and killed a student and injured a teacher on the next-to-last-day of classes before he likely killed himself, authorities said. The teacher was treated at the scene.

WASHINGTON

White House Threatens Veto of School Meal Bill A House bill that would allow some schools to opt out of healthier meal standards drew a veto threat Tuesday from the White

House. The GOP spending bill would allow schools to waive the meal standards championed by first lady Michelle Obama for the next school year if they lost money on meal programs. The House is expected to consider the bill as soon as today. (AP)

The amount of money a Waffle House waitress received as a Mother’s Day tip — and this time it

counted. Shaina Brown had received the tip while working the night shift in Raleigh, N.C., but the restaurant refused to give her the money because it refunds large tips left on credit cards to avoid disputes about charges. Brown said she got a call last week from her customer, who had heard about her problems and wrote her a check directly. (AP)

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Alex Caputo-Pearl of the Los Angeles teachers union said Tuesday that the decision was “an attack on teachers.”

Calif. Court: Tenure for Teachers Not Constitutional Los Angeles A judge struck down tenure and other job protections for California’s public school teachers as unconstitutional Tuesday, saying such laws harm students — especially poor and minority ones — by saddling them with bad teachers who are almost impossible to fire. In a landmark decision that could influence tenure across the country, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu cited the historic case of Brown v. Board of Education in ruling that students have a right to equal education. Siding with the nine students who brought the lawsuit, he ruled that California’s laws on hiring and firing in schools have resulted in “a significant number of grossly ineffective teachers” in California classrooms. He agreed, too, that a disproportionate number of these teachers are in schools that have mostly minority and poor students. The judge stayed the ruling pending appeals. LINDA DEUTSCH (AP)

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World

Militants Overrun Key Iraqi City

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Sao Paulo Subway Strike Halted, Could Resume Striking Sao Paulo subway workers went back to work on Tuesday, but the union warned it could walk off the job again on Thursday — the day Sao Paulo hosts the opening match of Brazil’s World Cup — if workers fired over the strike are not returned to their posts. Union members voted Monday night to temporarily suspend the strike they began last week, but also decided they would take a new vote Wednesday to determine whether to resume the work stoppage Thursday. (AP) BOGOTA, COLOMBIA

Colombia Holding Peace Talks With Rebel Group The government of President Juan Manuel Santos and Colombia’s No. 2 rebel group announced Tuesday that they have initiated a peace process, heralding hopes for an end to both of the country’s two, long-enduring guerrilla conflicts. (AP)

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Baghdad In a stunning assault that exposed Iraq’s eroding central authority, alQaeda-inspired militants overran much of the second-largest city of Mosul on Tuesday, seizing government buildings, pushing out security forces and capturing military vehicles as thousands of residents fled. The rampage by the black banner-waving insurgents was a heavy defeat for Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as he tries to hold onto power, and highlighted the growing strength of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. The group has been advancing in both Iraq and neighboring Syria, capturing territory in a campaign to set up a militant enclave straddling the border. There were no immediate estimates on how many people were

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An estimated 500,000 people have fled Mosul, Iraq, the U.N. said Tuesday.

killed in the assault, a stark reminder of the reversals in Iraq since U.S. forces left in late 2011. Al-Maliki pressed parliament to declare a state of emergency that would grant him greater powers, saying the public and government must unite “to confront this vicious

attack, which will spare no Iraqi.” Legal experts said these powers could include imposing curfews, restricting public movements and censoring the media. An estimated 500,000 people have fled Mosul, according to a U.N. spokesman in New York, cit-

S. Korean Ferry Crew on Trial

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himself Tuesday during a hot day in Jammu. Severe heat conditions are prevailing across northern India with temperatures rising to more than 110 degrees in some places and causing surging electricity demand that has led to blackouts.

Hostile spectators cursing, shouting and weeping behind them, 15 crew members from the sunken South Korean ferry appeared in court Tuesday to enter pleas on charges of negligence and failing to save more than 300 dead or missing passengers. As the crew members stood with bowed heads before three Gwangju District Court judges, families of the victims struggled to contain their fury. Many wore yellow ribbons in memory of those killed in the April 16 accident, most of whom were students on a school

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A family member of a ferry victim weeps Tuesday outside the trial of the crew.

trip. The crowd erupted when one crew member appeared to smile, and a judge asked the defendants to show respect. The judges also

asked the crowd to be quiet. “Everybody should be sentenced to death,” one spectator said. The pervading public hostility against the crew has raised questions about the fairness of the trial. They are being defended by six stateappointed lawyers, three of whom started practicing law only this year. The court said in a statement that it will guarantee the rights of both the defendants and the victims. All surviving crew members responsible for the ship’s navigation have been charged with negligence and with failing to do their duty to protect passengers. YOUK YUNG LEE (AP)

The amount stolen from Ukraine’s coffers in a tax fraud scheme over the past three years, according to the country’s new tax boss, Deputy Tax Minister Ihor Bilous. Bilous says his predecessor was in on the scam, helping to organize a wide network of phantom firms in return for a cut of the cash. (AP)

Earlier this year, Islamic State fighters took control of Fallujah in western Iraq, and government forces have been unable to take it back. Mosul is a much bigger, more strategic prize. The city and surrounding Nineveh province, which is on the doorstep of Iraq’s relatively prosperous Kurdish region, are a major export route for Iraqi oil and a gateway to Syria. “This isn’t Fallujah. This isn’t a place you can just cordon off and forget about,” said Michael Knights, a regional security analyst at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “It’s essential to Iraq.” (AP)

ing the International Organization for Migration. St ate T V sa id law ma kers would convene Thursday. Parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi, a Sunni from Mosul, called the rout “a disaster by any standard.” SAMEER N. YACOUB AND ADAM SCHRECK (AP)

Pakistan Forces Repel Second Airport Attack Karachi, Pakistan Gunmen in Pakistan attacked a training facility for airport police near the Karachi airport Tuesday, forcing a temporary suspension of flights and triggering a brief shootout with security forces just days after a Taliban assault on the country’s busiest airfield. Law enforcement personnel managed to quickly repulse the attack by as many as three gunmen, an assault claimed by a resurgent Taliban who warned its violence “wasn’t over yet.” The Civil Aviation Authority initially said on Twitter that all flights at the airport were suspended but later reported that operations had resumed. (AP)


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Could D.C. Be the Host of the 2024 Olympics? Washington The bid to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Washington has been one of the more stealth lobbying campaigns based in the nation’s capital these past months. In deliberately low-key style, as U.S. Olympic Committee officials have directed, a group of the region’s well-connected business leaders has been trying to convince the organization to name D.C. as the country’s nominee to host the 2024 Games. DC2024, as the effort is called,

Backstory ... D.C. has been rejected before in the U.S. Olympic Committee’s domestic selection process, passed over in favor of New York in pursuit of the 2012 Summer Games, which went to London. The USOC then put forward Chicago as its candidate to host the 2016 Games. But that bid was the first one rejected by the IOC in the 2009 voting, in what amounted to a public humiliation, despite a personal pitch from President Barack Obama. Rio de Janeiro emerged as the winner, and its lack of readiness two years out has been cause for alarm. After sitting out the 2020 bidding process, USOC officials feel the time is right to try again. (T WP)

represents a regional bid that incorporates the clout and sporting venues of Washington, as well as northern Virginia and Maryland. It is led by Russ Ramsey, a Virginia based financier and philanthropist. Vice chairman is Ted Leonsis, the Washington Wizards and Capitals owner.

Washington is among six cities believed to be in the running. The others: Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles (host of the 1932 and 1984 Olympics), San Diego and San Francisco. The mayors of New York and Philadelphia announced last month that their cities were bowing out.

On Tuesday, the USOC’s board of directors met to pare that list to two or three cities. Chairman Larry Probst said the USOC was contacting cities that had expressed interest and would announce the finalists within the next 10 days, MassLive.com reported. The USOC hopes to choose the city to nominate by the end of the year. That would give the USOC and city leaders roughly nine months to bolster the bid before formally submitting it to the International Olympic Committee in September 2015. The IOC is expected to name the 2024 host in 2017, providing the customary seven-year window for preparation. LIZ CL ARKE (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Lt. gov. has a big edge in the gubernatorial race prior to primary Annapolis

Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown holds a commanding lead over his Democratic rivals for governor, according to a new Washington Post poll, two weeks before a

Anthony Brown, right, is leading Doug Gansler, left, and Heather Mizeur, center, two weeks before the primary.

while 23 percent back Attorney General Doug Gansler and 16 percent support Del. Heather Mizeur, according to the poll. In Maryland, where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans more than 2-to-1, Brown would start a general election campaign against the leading Republican, Larry Hogan, in a strong position. JOHN WAGNER AND PE Y TON M. CR AIGHILL (THE WASHINGTON POST )

If the general election were held today, for whom would you vote? Anthony Brown, the Democrat 51% Larry Hogan, the Republican 33% Other/no opinion 16% Source: This Washington Post poll was conducted by telephone June 5-8, 2014, among a random sample of 1,202 adult residents of Maryland. Interviews were conducted in English and Spanish on landlines and cellphones. The results among the 962 registered voters have a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

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Council Weighs a Ban on Gay-Conversion Therapy A D.C. Council committee will hear testimony this month on whether to ban so-called gay-conversion therapy for minors, a first step toward prohibiting the practice. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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School Chief Reverses Course on Start Times Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Joshua Starr said Tuesday that he no longer supports moving forward with a proposal to start high school classes nearly an hour later, an effort that was meant to allow teenagers to get more sleep. Starr cited projected costs of more than $21 million and “mixed feedback” in asking Montgomery’s school board to hold off on the changes he had proposed in October. (TWP)

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A kayaker who told authorities a harrowing story about how he was shot on a Maryland creek in April and spent the night struggling to return to shore apparently made it up, police said. They now think he shot himself. The bizarre story got even stranger last week when David Seafolk-Kopp, 56, of Reston, Va., shot himself again just before authorities served a search warrant on

Fairfax County police have arrested four people on charges of robbing and assaulting victims whom they found on Craigslist. A police spokeswoman said the suspects posted that they were selling iPhone 5S devices at below-market prices. When they went to meet people who expressed interested, she said, they instead robbed them and sometimes assaulted them. (TWP)

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA greets patrons after having lunch Tuesday during a visit to FireFlies restaurant in Alexandria’s Del Ray neighborhood. The White House said Obama went to FireFlies because the owner wrote him earlier this year and asked him to come try the best burger around.

his home, police said. He is being investigated for giving police a false statement about the widely reported shooting on Main Creek in Pasadena, Md. Seafolk-Kopp met officers at the door of his home on Friday, suffering from the gunshot wound, and he was taken to the hospital where he remains in critical but stable condition, said Sgt. Brian Albert of the Maryland Natural Resources Police. JUSTIN JOU V ENAL (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Hillary Clinton isn’t alone in employing ghostwriters to express her thoughts Washington

“Some very capable people want books written but don’t have the time or the expertise to do it.”

Hillary Rodham Clinton has written a new book. Except maybe she hasn’t. It all depends on what the definition of “written” is. The former first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state had some help on her new memoir, “Hard Choices.” Clinton employed a phalanx of associates in producing the volume, which was released Tuesday.

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But don’t expect to hear much about Clinton’s “book team,” as she calls those who helped her write the book, which carries her name alone on its cover. Clinton’s acknowledgment of her three-man team — Dan Schwerin, a former Senate and State Department aide to Clinton; Ethan Gelber, another State Department aide; and Ted Widmer, a Clinton adviser and Brown University historian — appears in just a few sentences on Page 597 of the 635-page book. Their exact contributions, however, aren’t spelled out. Such is the lot of the ghostwriter. Actually, many ghostwriters get even less credit. The ghost behind Clinton’s 1996 best-seller, “It Takes a Village,” wasn’t credited at all. That prompted complaints from Barbara Feinman Todd, a Georgetown University lecturer and writer who reportedly labored for seven months on the book. Given how frequently politicians use ghostwriters to churn out their hagiographic campaign books, Feinman Todd’s complaint implicitly raised a question: Is it

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The amount that top ghostwriters — those contracted by publishing houses to produce, say, a celebrity bestseller — can earn for their work, says Kevin Anderson, who runs a ghostwriting firm in New York. (T WP)

Behind the Scenes of the Best-Sellers All three of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoirs — including her latest, “Hard Choices” — have been written with the help of others, if not by others. But she’s not alone. Here are some other famous ghostwriters behind the best-sellers:

‘Profiles in Courage’ In 1957, then-Sen. John F. Kennedy won the Pulitzer Prize for the best-selling “Profiles in Courage,” a collection of stories about intrepid Americans throughout history. But questions about Kennedy’s authorship lingered for decades. In 2008, Ted Sorensen, Kennedy’s longtime aide and speechwriter, set the record straight in his autobiography, “Counselor: A Life at the Edge of History.” Sorensen wrote that he “did a first draft of most chapters” of “Profiles” and “helped choose the words of many of its sentences.”

‘The Autobiography of Malcolm X’ While its title suggests otherwise, “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” was a collaboration between the civil rights activist and journalist Alex Haley, who later wrote “Roots.” Although the story was Malcolm’s, Haley was the researcher, organizer and author of the classic book. Under contractual agreement, however, Haley received an “as told to” cover credit on most, but not all, editions.

‘Lean In’ Journalist and TV writer Nell Scovell gets somewhat higher-profile treatment from Sheryl Sandberg, on “Lean In,” the best-selling manifesto about women in the workplace. In her acknowledgments, Sandberg calls Scovell her “writing partner.” And Scovell’s name appears on the title page of “Lean In” alongside Sandberg’s (“Sheryl Sandberg with Nell Scovell”). While Scovell is often described in profiles as the co-author of the book, her name is absent from its cover, which credits only Sandberg.

ethical to pass off the work of someone else as your own? Ghostwriters have been channeling the thoughts of politicians, business executives, celebrities and just plain folk with little or no credit since the days of Cyrano de Bergerac, the 17th-century dramatist who, as a fictionalized character, anonymously wrote poetry to help another woo his beloved Roxane. Using ghosts to produce selfserving political books is so common that the HBO sitcom “Veep” satirized it. The program’s lead character, the vice president (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), can barely recognize anything mentioned in her book, which was written by a campaign aide and which she hasn’t read. Since most ghostwriters sign nondisclosure agreements that prohibit them from revealing the extent of their involvement, it’s hard to know whether the putative author had assistance or even did any work. Given such secrecy, the author credits on many books are rarely a guide to who did the work. But many ghostwriters see no ethical issue in permitting a client to take credit for work produced anonymously by someone else. “A client who hires a ghostwriter is still the author of their book,” says Kevin Anderson, who runs a ghostwriting firm in New York. “A ghostwriter is an interpreter and a translator, not an author.” PAUL FARHI (THE WASHINGTON POST )


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Sports

Zimmerman’s Not Out of Place So far, the veteran’s transition to outfield has gone smoothly The Nationals’ Denard Span, one of the best defensive center fielders in the league, has played with plenty of poor outfielders in his career. Without naming names, Span said there were times in Minnesota when he essentially had to play two-thirds of the outfield to ensure nothing horrible would go wrong. Sometimes it was a designated hitter playing beside him, or perhaps a first baseman. This month, in Washington, Span has seen another infielder transition to his right. Ryan Zimmerman, longtime third baseman for the Nationals, returned from a thumb injury and has resumed defensive duties in left field. So far, Span’s not worried about Zimmerman out there. “I’ve played with some guys who had no business being in the outfield,” Span said. “I don’t think that’s going to be the case here.”

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Nationals

Ryan Zimmerman had 10 putouts in his first seven games playing left field.

Heading into Tuesday’s contest against the Giants, Zimmerman had a perfect fielding percentage in left field. He recorded 10 putouts in seven games. Throwing the ball back to the infield isn’t wearing on his shoulder the way

throwing from third base to first did over the past year and a half. All in all, the experiment with Zimmerman in the outfield appears to be working. Utility player Kevin Frandsen knows all about the transition

from infield to outfield, having to play either when called upon off the bench. He said the main thing Zimmerman has to do is to keep himself busy, as there is a lot more to worry about in the infield. “Sometimes I felt like the little kid out there picking flowers,” Frandsen said. The key, he added, is to stay on top of all of the responsibilities as an outfielder. He said it’s important to keep moving and stay engaged. “You’re in the big leagues,” Frandsen said. “You find a way to make sure you’re on top of every pitch.” Zimmerman’s ability to play left field gives the Nationals options, and playing first base remains a possibility for the 29-year-old, too. “Very rarely do people get to play the same position their whole career,” Zimmerman said. “I’m lucky enough to be able to have played as long as I have so far. Hopefully I have a long career ahead of me.” JASON BUTT (FOR EXPRESS)

Rangers Try to Fight Off Sweep Stanley Cup

Airing Out Problems A California tribe paid for the antiRedskins advertisement “Proud to Be” to run in seven major cities during halftime of Tuesday’s NBA Finals. The airing marked the first time the ad, which initially appeared online in time for the Super Bowl, had run before such a wide-reaching television audience. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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The gravity of the situation was etched on the face of New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault. One more loss tonight and his squad gets the distinction of being swept in the Stanley Cup finals. No team has been swept in the finals since Detroit did it to Washington in 1998, completing a run of four straight Stanley Cup sweeps. So while the Kings are trying to close out the series, New York’s focus is strictly on moving past disappointment and getting back to LA for Game 5. “We’re down 3-0. We’re all lacking sleep. This is tough,” Vigneault said. “I didn’t expect my players

The Rangers are down 3-0 to the Kings in the Stanley Cup finals.

today to be cheery and upbeat. We’re in the Stanley Cup finals and we’re down 3-0. You don’t get a lot of these opportunities.” The present predicament makes it seem long ago that the Rang-

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ers led by two goals in the series opener, and then held a trio of twogoal leads in Game 2. Both of those ended with overtime wins by Los Angeles that sparked the Kings and demoralized New York. “I do believe we can turn this around. I do,” Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist said, “because we’ve been that close in every game.” Even in the shutout loss, the Rangers outshot the Kings 32-15. IR A PODELL (AP)

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The most recent Georgetown-Syracuse meeting was won by the Orange in the 2013 Big East tournament.

Hoyas and Orange to Play in ’15 College Basketball The Georgetown-Syracuse basketball rivalry is back. The schools announced Tuesday they’ve reached agreement on a four-year, home-and-home series starting in 2015. Georgetow n w ill host t he Orange at Verizon Center during the 2015-16 and 2017-18 seasons, and the Hoyas will visit the Carrier Dome in 2016-17 and 2018-19. Specific dates have not been set. The first game of the renewal will be the first regular-season matchup between the teams since the Hoyas beat the Orange 61-39 at Verizon Center to clinch the 201213 Big East regular-season title. The rivals went their separate ways when Syracuse joined the ACC last summer. The teams have met 90 times, with Syracuse leading the series 49-41. The Orange won the most recent game between the teams — 58-55 in the 2013 Big East tournament. (AP)

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The record attendance at Verizon Center for the final regular-season Big East clash between Georgetown and Syracuse. The Hoyas routed their long-time nemesis 61-39 on March 9, 2013. (THE WASHINGTON POST )


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Former Pitcher Bob Welch Dies Baseball Bob Welch, the 1990 AL Cy Young Award winner of the Oakland Athletics and the last major leaguer to win at least 25 games in a season, has died. He was 57. He died Monday night in Seal Beach, Calif., of unknown causes, the team said Tuesday. Welch was a prominent member of the Oakland teams that won three straight AL championships from 1988 to 1990, including the 1989 club that swept the San Francisco Giants in the earthquake-interrupted World Series. He won the Cy Young Award after going 27-6 with a 2.95 ERA. ANTONIO GONZ ALEZ (AP)

Pinehurst is Lefty’s main focus as he tries to win first U.S. Open U.S. Open

Phil Mickelson spent five hours in the stifling heat Tuesday at Pinehurst No. 2 with a lot on his mind. He was trying to sharpen his game, figure out what it will take to finally win a U.S. Open and make enough putts with his claw grip to avoid losing to a pair of players whose combined age is younger than him. This major has a reputation as the toughest test in golf. It’s every bit of that for Mickelson. “I really believe that this week is testing a player’s entire game,” Mickelson said. “Because it forces you to make good decisions, to choose the right club off the tee, hit solid iron shots into the green

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Phil Mickelson has six runner-up finishes and no wins in his career at the U.S. Open.

and utilize your short game to save strokes. It’s just a wonderful test … the best test I’ve seen to identify the best player.” His definition of Pinehurst and its rugged, natural look would seem to require every ounce of concentration.

And that could be his biggest challenge. On the golf course, Mickelson is trying to ignore the enormous expectations on him this week. He holds the worst kind of U.S. Open record with six runner-up finishes. He needs this major to complete

the career Grand Slam. Off the course, Mickelson has made headlines that threaten his clean image. He was linked two weeks ago to an insider trading investigation involving activist investor Carl Icahn and a Las Vegas gambler over some timely trades of Clorox stock three years ago. FBI agents even came to the golf course to try to interview Mickelson. He referred them to his attorney, said he had done “absolutely nothing wrong” and that “I’m not going to walk around any other way.” Even though he hasn’t won in nearly a year, and has dropped to No. 11 in the world ranking, he is the center of attention in the sand hills of North Carolina. “I feel as good about my game as I have all year,” Mickelson said, pausing before he added, “That’s not saying a lot because I haven’t played well all year.” DOUG FERGUSON (AP)

Games Orioles third baseman Manny Machado was suspended for intentionally throwing his bat during Sunday’s game against Oakland. Machado, who said Tuesday he will appeal the suspension, let his bat fly in the direction of third base after swinging at a pitch from Oakland’s Fernando Abad in the eighth inning. The bat-toss came during a plate appearance in which Abad threw a tight pitch to Machado. After the bat went soaring, both benches emptied. Machado and Abad were ejected. (AP)

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Not How Royalty Works Rapper Lil’ Kim gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Royal Reign 23

TELEVISION

FX Says Morgan’s Show Will ‘Be Waiting for Him’ In a statement Tuesday, FX said it would still create a planned show starring Tracy Morgan, despite his lengthy hospital stay after a SaturMorgan day car crash. FX said Morgan’s show “would be waiting for him” when he recovers. The show was scheduled to begin production in August at FXX. Additionally, Morgan’s comedy show on June 19 at the Warner Theatre has been canceled. (EXPRESS) REBIRTHS

Weaver Will Play A New Character in ‘Avatar’ Though her character died in “Avatar,” director James Cameron announced Tuesday that Sigourney Weaver will appear in the film’s three sequels as a new character. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the second “Avatar” film will hit theaters December 2016. (EXPRESS)

Hearsay

“He asked me why I didn’t look as stressed as he does. … I was like, ‘Well, my job is not nearly as stressful as yours is, sir.’ ” — T ON Y

GOLDW Y N, WHO PLAYS PRESIDENT FITZ ON “SCANDAL,” TELLING VULTURE ABOUT HIS ENCOUNTER WITH PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

A Real-Life Comedian In ‘Obvious Child,’ Jenny Slate enters new territory: playing a normal person

who we do not relate to at all, who doesn’t even have any good jokes, whose life is kind of boring. JS: She’s quirky because she, like, wears glasses or she trips. Or her dress is tucked into her pantyhose. GR: We really wanted to bring a fantastically funny leading lady to the surface and somebody who you could not just laugh with, but also cry with and really relate to.

Film Jenny Slate, 32, is used to playing characters best described as The Worst, like ditzy, self-centered publicist Pretty Liz on “Kroll Show” or Jean-Ralphio’s obnoxious twin Mona-Lisa on “Parks and Recreation.” So it’s a welcome surprise to see Slate (infamous for dropping an F-bomb during her first “Saturday Night Live”) playing an Actual Human Being in “Obvious Child.” In the new movie, written and directed by Gillian Robespierre, 35, Slate stars as Donna Stern, a recently dumped, struggling standup comedian in Brooklyn. After the most self-destructive comedy set of her career, she has a one-night-stand that she plans to put behind her — until she discovers she’s pregnant. What follows is a relentlessly hilarious, poignant and refreshingly real romantic comedy about getting an abortion. Express sat down with Slate and Robespierre to discuss the film ahead of Friday’s release. There’s something so natural about the film, especially the stand-up performances. Were Donna’s sets scripted? Gillian Robespierre: It was scripted and then workshopped together. Jenny’s an amazing stand-up comedian, I am not one. I’m just a fan of comedy and also a really big fan of Jenny’s voice on stage, which is very confessional, honest and earnest. It’s a really cool style and Jenny was grateful enough to lend us that style for Donna. But Jenny and Donna are very different.

When Donna decides to get an abortion, there’s no stigma surrounding it. Was it important to make sure it wasn’t a negative experience? GR: We didn’t want a scene where

A24 FILMS

In Brief

Gillian Robespierre, left, and Jenny Slate take on abortion in “Obvious Child.”

she’s deliberating and crying. She’s still feeling a lot of things that are not easy emotions but she’s just not ready and she knows she’s not. We wanted to show something where people in her life weren’t judging her, where she wasn’t judging herself, and also show a very safe, positive experience in the health center. That’s why we collaborated with Planned Parenthood. It helps that the film is funny. Even the gross-out humor is smart. JS: Thank you. We’re experts at that.

Jenny Slate: Yeah, I understand

boundaries. I think that’s an important part of having a strong voice onstage: to be careful with it, to use it in the right way, and Donna doesn’t really know how to do that at the start. She’s just flooring it. It was refreshing to see you playing a relatable, normal person. JS: Yeah, the same from my point of view. I have never done anything like this before.

Did you fear being typecast? JS: Yeah. I was just really, really

dying to play a normal woman and

I think it happens sometimes when you do comedy, that people think of you as the person who makes that face and does this voice. I’m lucky that I’ve had an array of really large characters and was able to have fun and do those, but then develop a taste and a real hunger for something natural. Most of the notes I took while watching the film were just jokes that came out of Donna’s mouth. GR: We wanted to make a romantic comedy with an actually funny leading lady. So many romantic comedies have the quirky lady

When she’s feeling very low, Donna climbs into a cardboard box, which I think we can all relate to. JS: I was delighted when I read that box scene. I was like, “I can’t wait until we do the box!” GR: Jenny got injured. JS: I did, I hurt myself. When I jumped out of the box, I would slam my arms down on the side of the box and I had these really, really big bruises. They tried to cover them up because they were gross, purple bruises but you can see one of them on my arm. War wounds. RUDI GREENBERG (E XPRESS)


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Travelers have been grabbing a bite under the same roof where they stopped for the night for millennia. (Like all those drunken pilgrims in “Canterbury Tales.”) It’s a tradition hotels and inns are putting a new, gourmet twist on these days, offering lodging on winery property or overnight stays on dairy farms. Here are a few offering both good eats and good sleeps. JENNIFER BARGER AND HOLLEY SIMMONS (E XPRES S)

THE FEAST:

A big part of Flint Hill’s allure? Feeling a connection to the land and witnessing the fruits of your labor. By participating in the farm’s A.M. Work Experience (8 a.m.-

CENTRAL VA.

THE FEAST:

Chef Andy Shipman cooks up inventive breakfasts (included) and dinners (Thursday-Saturday, $85 per person) that get served up on the vineyard-side porch or in snug dining rooms. Eclectic, local-ingredient-rich offerings — gouda grits, a watercress salad with candied blueberries — are paired with Veritas wines.

A Grape Place To Stay THE DIGS :

In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Veritas Vineyard and Winery boasts a kind of “are-we-inProvence?” rural charm, with Cabarnet Franc, Viognier and other grapes planted over acres of valleys and peaks. In 2012, owners Andrew and Patricia Hodson turned their family’s 1839 farmhouse into a plush inn, marrying throwback architecture (heart pine floors, a big porch) with modern comforts (plush beds, fuzzy robes).

Upon waking up, owner Kathleen Fields will have a farm breakfast ready for you. Expect freshly made cheese, butter and jam prepared on the grounds.

Flint Hill Farm, 1922 Flint Hill Road, Coopersburg, Pa.; rooms $95 per night plus $50 for second adult, $25 for child (ages 3-11); 610-838-2928, flinthill-farmag.org.

COURTESY VERITAS

Sample quirky gourmet adventures at three nearby destinations

Old McDonald has nothing on Kathleen Fields. As the owner of Flint Hill Farm, she oversees 28 acres of farmland with six acres for livestock including chickens, cows, horses, goats and a potbelly pig. In the middle of it all is a rustic three-bedroom farmhouse built in 1850 (in which Fields resides) where you can rent the Equine Room, which sleeps two, or the Loom Room, which sleeps up to four and has a balcony overlooking the property.

EXTRA HELPINGS :

The Quakertown Farmers Market, a 15-minute drive south of Flint Hill Farm, has been in operation since 1932 (201 Station Road, Quakertown, Pa.; 215-5364115, quakertownfarmersmkt.com). More than 150 vendors hawk fresh bread, nuts, produce and prepared foods.

ON THE SIDE :

Flint Hill also offers classes on cheese-making ($45-$80, available Friday-Monday) using milk directly from its cows and goats. Options include raw cheddar, a quick mozzarella or a chevre. More of an “I’ll just stand here and watch while you tug on that udder” kind of farmer? Many of the dairy products are also sold in the farm’s country store. There’s also a bonfire option ($45 plus $6

CALLAN SWENSON (FOR EXPRESS)

Eat Up, Bed Down

THE DIGS :

per person) that includes weenies and marshmallows for roasting, along with baked beans, iced tea and all the fixin’s.

HOLLEY SIMMONS (EXPRESS)

Get Your Goat Cheese

HOLLEY SIMMONS (EXPRESS)

EASTERN PA.

11 a.m., $25), you’ll lend a hand where it’s needed — which is pretty much everywhere. Your morning may include milking goats, feeding chickens and collecting eggs. When you’re done with your chores, those eggs are prepared to your liking alongside fresh-made jelly and kefir at Fields’ kitchen table.

The Farmhouse at Veritas, top, offers overnight stays and wine-powered meals. Nearby Bold Rock Hard Cider, above, ferments apple-y beverages.

ON THE SIDE :

Sample the vineyards’ wines (we loved the 2013 rosé) in the chic, barn-like tasting room or take a horseback ride around the property led by Indian Summer Guide Service ($150, indiansummerguideservice.com). The latter’s friendly cowboy owner Ashton Beebe leads riders up onto the ridge of the vineyard for postcard-worthy vistas. EXTRA HELPINGS :

Veritas is in the heart of Nelson County, a burgeoning food and drink zone 25 miles from Charlottesville. You’ll find multiple wineries, breweries and one cidery, Bold Rock Hard Cider (boldrock.com). For information, click on nelsoncounty-va.gov. The Farmhouse at Veritas, 72 Saddleback Farm, Afton, Va.; rooms $185-$325 a night, two-night stay required on weekends; 540-456-8100, veritasfarmhouse.com.


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Your foraging tour ends with a locavore-approved picnic in Central Park. Balloons not guaranteed.

Barboursville 1804 Inn & Cottages An 1804 mansion and several modern cottages hold plus, traditional guest rooms at Barboursville Vineyards, an acclaimed, Euro-centric operation not far from the homes of Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. The winery’s restaurant, Palladio, serves Italian lunches and dinners. 17655 Winery Road, Barboursville, Va.; $240$550 a night; 540-832-5384; barboursvillewine.net.

NEW YORK CITY

THE PENINSULA HOTEL

Plucked From the Park THE DIGS :

last two hours and culminate with a gourmet picnic of locally sourced goodies (starts at $550, available through October).

The Peninsula Hotel, housed in a grandiose 1905 edifice, is certainly not for budget travelers. But staying in one of the property’s 239 rooms grants you access to fivediamond amenities like a three-floor spa, a rooftop bar and your own (temporary) slice of midtown Manhattan living.

ON THE SIDE :

Meant to resemble a posh, artsy Manhattan home, Clement, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, serves a calendar-dictated array of contemporary American dishes. Chef Brandon Kida leads the kitchen and offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and a Sunday market brunch. EXTRA HELPINGS :

Still feeling peckish? Foragers City Table (233 Eighth Ave., New York; 212-243-8888, foragerscitygrocer.com) celebrates all things freshly plucked with a menu made entirely with ingredients from nearby farms and local markets. On guests’ plates right now: ramps that were foraged from the restaurants own farm in Canaan, N.Y.

THE FEAST:

A barn-like building with four en-suite rooms (including one 2-bedroom), The B&B at Glass House Winery boasts views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains and crisp, modern decor. The winery next door offers tastings of its wares — think Chardonnay and deep red Norton — plus housemade chocolates. A tropical conservatory is attached to the tasting room. 5898 Free Union Road, Free Union, Va.; $115-$395 a night; 434-975-0094; glasshouse winery .com.

Peninsula Hotel, 700 Fifth Ave., New York; rooms start at $595 per night; 212-956-2888, newyork.peninsula.com.

Room With a Brew: Later this summer, Delaware’s PENINSULA HOTEL

As a guest of the Peninsula, you’re also able to enroll in the Peninsula Academy, which offers a smattering of unusual experiences designed to give you a local’s perspective of the city (behind-the-scene tours of a Broadway show, a private tour of the MoMA). The quirky Taste of Central Park tour takes private groups of up to six on a point-don’tpluck foraging excursion of Central Park. Led by a professional forager (yes, they exist), the expeditions

Glass House Winery B&B

Rooms at New York’s Peninsula Hotel boast a blend of tranquility and modernity.

popular Dogfish Head Brewery will open the Dogfish Inn in a rehabbed, retro motel in Lewes, Del. Expect beauty products infused with beer and mini fridges for guests to BYOBs. The brewery, nearby in Milton, Del., offers free tours Monday-Saturday and there’s also a rustic brewpub devoted to the quirky stouts and ales in Rehoboth Beach, Del. For more, see dogfish.com.


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Diane Sawyer took Hillary Rodham Clinton to task during an interview that aired Monday night. As Sawyer pressed Clinton with a line of questions about security leading up to the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks in Benghazi, Libya, Clinton at one point responded, “I take responsibility, but I was not making security decisions.”

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June 19, 4 – 8 p.m. Thurgood Marshall Middle School 4909 Brinkley Road Temple Hills, MD 20748

“South Carolina made history this year by passing education reform. We will no longer educate children …” — @NIKKIHALEY got an education herself on the dangers of linked social media accounts: Twitter’s character limit often results in truncated captions when sharing pictures from Instagram. The South Carolina governor quickly deleted the tweet Monday, but not before the Internet got many screen shots. Haley posted the above photo on Instagram from an education reform event. The second sentence of the original caption: “We will no longer educate children based on where they are born.”

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*The same information will be presented at each meeting. Stop by anytime. The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is accepting public comments on the 2010 Corridor Preservation Study to define the Preferred Alternative going forward for the 2014 Southern Maryland Rapid Transit Study (SMRT). Public comments will assist in defining the need for, purpose of, and scope of a high-capacity rapid transit improvement along the MD 5/US 301 corridor from the Branch Avenue Metrorail station to the Waldorf-White Plains area. The SMRT Study is part of a long-term planning process to evaluate the alternatives for an alignment and to select the appropriate transit mode (light rail or bus rapid transit).

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He’s Not Just Wearing a Caricature of Himself … Guns N’ Roses Instagrammed a photo of actor Nicolas Cage hanging out after their Las Vegas show Saturday, reported the Huffington Post. The actor appears to be drinking from a goblet and wearing a shirt featuring a cartoon of his own face. Also in the pic: Andrew Dice Clay, in fingerless gloves and aviator glasses. (EXPRESS)

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Go to College, Change Name Lindsay Lohan skipped her brother Cody’s high school graduation celebration last weekend, opting to party in London instead, reported TMZ. Also absent: father Michael Lohan, who said he couldn’t make it because his baby son Landon was hospitalized with a high fever. Dina, Ali and Michael Jr. attended the party. (E XPRESS)

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Welcome, Lil’er Kim Rapper Lil’ Kim is now a mother. Lil’ Kim’s assistant, Noel Perez, confirms that the 39-year-old gave birth to daughter Royal Reign on Monday. Royal Reign weighed in at 6 pounds, 5 ounces, and measured 19.5 inches in length, Us Weekly reported. Lil’ Kim’s hits include “Crush on You,” “Not Tonight” and “Magic Stick” with 50 Cent. Kim, whose real name is Kim Jones, won a Grammy in 2002 for her work on the No. 1 hit “Lady Marmalade” alongside Christina Aguilera, Pink and Mya. (AP/E XPRESS)

A judge approved a settlement between Halle Berry and her ex-boyfriend over child support for their 6-year-old daughter. Berry must pay Gabriel Aubry $16,000 a month or nearly $200,000 a year to support their daughter. The order also calls for Berry to pay Aubry $300,000 to his attorneys to cover custody-dispute costs. (AP)

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