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Man to Also Be Charged With Wearing Jorts in Brooklyn New York police are searching for a man they say swiped seven American flags from homes on Independence Day. The thefts happened at about 5:30 a.m. Friday in Brooklyn. In each incident, the man grabbed the flag from its flagpole before riding away. Police said the man was wearing blue jean shorts and a bandana. (AP) ‘CSI’ DOESN’T LIE

Those Who Watch TV Know Nothing’s Ever Lost in a Lake An 84-year-old Washington state woman will soon hold her 1953 university class ring, lost in 1954, after it was found in a dried-up Texas lake in March. “I worked hard for that ring,” Elizabeth Clark said. “I’m grateful it was found and that it was in good shape after 60 years.” Clark’s daughter said, “This was like the highlight of her life. She is just thrilled.” (AP) PROPER ATTIRE

He Left His Suit Jacket at Little League, Gosh Darn It A 4-year-old was asked to leave a restaurant in an upscale Atlanta mall because his sleeveless Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle shirt violated the men’s dress code, Atlanta’s NBC affiliate reported. The restaurant forbids sleeveless shirts for men. A spokeswoman for the Tavern at Phipps said the manager on duty at the time “had a gross misunderstanding of our policy.” (EXPRESS)

TORO! TORO! Revelers hold up traditional red neckties Sunday during the launch of the “Chupinazo” rocket to celebrate the opening of the 2014 San Fermin fiestas in Pamplona, Spain. The festival is best known for the running of the bulls, which happens daily from today through July 14.

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Normal Folks Caught in NSA Net Snowden files show the collateral harm of U.S. surveillance Washington Ordinary Internet users, American and non-American alike, far outnumber legally targeted foreigners in the communications intercepted by the National Security Agency from U.S. digital networks, according to a four-month investigation by The Washington Post. Nine of 10 account holders found in a large cache of intercepted conversations, which former NSA contractor Edward Snowden provided in full to The Post, were not the intended surveillance targets but were caught in a net the agency had cast for somebody else.

Many of them were Americans. Nearly half of the surveillance files contained names, email addresses or other details that the NSA marked as belonging to U.S. citizens or residents. NSA analysts masked, or “minimized,” more than 65,000 such references to protect Americans’ privacy, but The Post found nearly 900 additional email addresses, unmasked in the files, that could be strongly linked to U.S. citizens or U.S. residents. In addition to the collateral harm to privacy — on a scale that the Obama administration has not been willing to address — there are discoveries of considerable intelligence value in the intercepted messages. Among the most valuable contents are fresh revelations about a secret overseas nuclear project, double-dealing by an ostensible

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The number of account holders whose daily lives were cataloged and recorded despite not being targeted by the National Security Agency, according to a Washington Post study of intercepted conversations provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Many files — described as useless by the analysts but nonetheless retained — have an intimate, voyeuristic quality. They tell stories of love and heartbreak, illicit sexual liaisons, mental-health crises, political and religious conversions and financial anxieties. (T WP)

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cations across more than 50 alias accounts, the files show, led directly to the 2011 capture in Abbottabad of Muhammad Tahir Shahzad, a Pakistan-based bomb builder, and Umar Patek, a suspect in a 2002 terrorist bombing on the Indonesian island of Bali. The Post reviewed roughly 160,000 intercepted email and instant-message conversations and 7,900 documents taken from more than 11,000 online accounts. By law, the NSA may “target” only foreign nationals located overseas unless it obtains a warrant based on probable cause from a special surveillance court. “Incidental collection” of third-party communications is inevitable in many forms of surveillance.

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TSA: Turn on Phones at Some U.S.-Bound Airports The Transportation Security Administration is requiring passengers at some overseas airports that offer U.S.-bound flights to power on electronic devices such as phones. The TSA says devices that won’t power up won’t be allowed on planes, and those travelers may have to undergo additional screening. American intelligence officials have been concerned about new al-Qaeda efforts to produce a bomb that would go undetected through airport security. (AP) HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y.

Thief Returns 9/11 Flag — With an Apology An American flag stolen from the family of a firefighter killed on Sept. 11 has been returned with a note that says: “I am so sorry, I had no idea.” The flag was returned Thursday and has resumed flying on the porch of Melissa Brengel’s home on New York’s Long Island. Brengel’s brother, Jonathan Ielpi, was 29 when he died at the World Trade Center in 2001. The September 11th Families Association gave Brengel the flag after it flew over the World Trade Center ruins. (AP)

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Sunday as their comrades hang bunting at the Brooklyn firehouse in honor of Lt. Gordon Ambelas, who was killed Saturday while looking for possible victims in a high-rise blaze. It was New York’s first line-ofduty death in more than two years.

Steven Robles was an hour into his regular weekend swim off some of Southern California’s most popular beaches when he came face-to-face with a great white shark. The 7-foot-long juvenile had been trying to free itself from a fisherman’s hook for about half an hour. “It came up to the surface, it looked at me and attacked me right on the side of my chest,” Robles told KABC-TV. “That all happened within two seconds; I saw the eyes of the shark as I was seeing it swim toward me. It lunged at my chest, and it locked into my chest.” As a reflex, he tried to pry open the shark’s mouth. “I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is it. Oh my God, I’m going to die. This is really, this is it,’ ” Robles told CNN. And then, just as quickly as it struck, the shark let go and swam away. Robles was familiar with the waters of the Southern California coast. His Saturday morning rou-

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tine included a swim from Hermosa Beach north to Manhattan Beach with fellow amateur distance swimmers. He had been going for 2 miles with about a dozen friends Saturday when he encountered the shark around 9:30 a.m., fellow swimmer Nader Nejadhashemi said Sunday. “He said ‘I’ve been bit,’ and he

was screaming,” Nejadhashemi said. At first Nejadhashemi thought it must be a cramp. “Then,” he said, “I saw the blood.” Robles was taken to the hospital but by Sunday morning had been released. The beaches remained open, but a mile-long stretch was temporarily off-limits to swimmers. (AP)

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Vets Turn to American Legion for Medical Help The American Legion is hosting crisis centers to help veterans get doctor’s appointments and benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. The centers come in the wake of the VA scandal that brought to light long wait times and false record-keeping. (AP) SAN JOSE, CALIF.

California Man Blows off Hands With Fireworks A Northern California man igniting illegal fireworks blew off both of his hands when a device exploded prematurely, police said. Officer Albert Morales of the San Jose Police Department said the man in his 40s is expected to live. The explosive went off in the man’s hands as family members stood nearby late on the Fourth of July holiday. (AP)

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Zombies Take Over as a Stand-In for Real Danger Winchester, Va. With their handguns cocked and ready, two zombie hunters crept through a door in the Shenandoah Valley and into madness. A dozen bloody, undead faces stared back. Steve Wynn and Eric Timmerman, PBS engineers by day, encountered the zombie targets and dummies at a gun range in Winchester, Va., for “Zombie Survival 101,” a class offered by a Virginia firearms training company that has, like much of the gun world, become infested with zombies. Across the country, gun enthusiasts are turning pop culture’s fascination with the undead into a fun — and socially acceptable — target. Late last month, nearly 1,000 people gathered on 200 acres in Minnesota for Outbreak Omega, an annual event of simulated zombie attacks where shooters even rode in a local SWAT team’s armored truck. “It’s politically incorrect to shoot human targets,” says Larry Ahlman, the owner of Ahlman’s gun store, which hosts the Minnesota event. “And it’s getting politically incorrect to shoot animal targets.

“Zombies are so malleable. As a metaphor, they are really effective for just about anything.” — K ELLY J. BA K ER, A RELIGIOUS HISTORIAN AND AUTHOR OF “THE ZOMBIES ARE COMING! THE REALITIES OF THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE IN AMERICAN CULTURE”

… But nobody can find a place in their heart for a zombie. So it’s really the perfect thing to shoot.” The trend goes beyond guns. The prepping community, which urges people to ready for the apocalypse, is using zombies for recruitment. “To protect and sever” is the motto of the Zombie Response Team, a Texas prepper group. Zombies have even become a freaky metaphor for disease outbreaks and mass-casualty attacks, with both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Defense Department using zombie hordes in training documents and simulations. MICH A EL S. RO SEN WA LD (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Zack Danger Brown of Columbus, Ohio, turned to Kickstarter for some help with his personal project — making potato salad. His $10 goal was easily met — by Sunday evening, he had raked in more than $4,500 and 800-some backers. This led Brown to expand his plan from “just making potato salad” to renting a party hall to “invite the whole internet to the potato salad party.” He also pledged to read donors’ names aloud while making the potato salad. (E XPRESS)

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4 Venus and Serena Williams were forced to pull out of their Wimbledon doubles match Tuesday. Why? A. Serena was sick. B. Venus twisted her ankle. C. The sisters got into an argument and refused to continue. D. Serena collided with an overzealous ball boy and was knocked unconscious. 5 If you’re involved in a traffic accident in D.C., chances are the other driver is a: A. Virginian desperately searching for a bridge home B. Marylander headed to Georgetown for a haircut C. D.C. resident caught in the zany crisscrossing of traffic D. Bewildered tourist holding a map of downtown upside down 6 Last Monday, a divided Supreme Court ruled that businesses with religious objections can opt out of paying for ___________ in their employee health-care plans. A. Blood transfusions B. Erectile-dysfunction treatment C. Vaccinations D. Birth control 7

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users’ “news feeds” as part of a psychological experiment B. Randomly deleted “friends” from users’ accounts C. Turned over user posts that mentioned “Obama” to the NSA D. Fraudulently “liked” posts 8 D.C. public schools are sending principals door-to-door in District neighborhoods to do what? A. Raise money for computer equipment B. Get petitions signed asking the White House to nix Common Core C. Persuade families to enroll in traditional public schools, not charter schools D. Bolster support for D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson 9 U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard made headlines following Tuesday’s World Cup match against Belgium. Which of the following did NOT occur? A. Thousands signed a petition saying that Reagan National Airport should be renamed after Howard. B. Howard fractured his vertebra in the 87th minute of the game. C. Howard had a World Cup record number of saves. D. Wikipedia was altered to say that Howard was secretary of defense. 10 Which star is suing the makers of “Grand Theft Auto,” claiming they used his/her likeness in the video game without permission? A. Chris Brown B. Kim Kardashian C. Kanye West D. Lindsay Lohan

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Airstrikes Slam Into Militant-Occupied Mosul Warplanes carried out bombing raids in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Sunday, a day after Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the militant leader of the newly declared Islamic State, appeared online delivering a sermon from Mosul’s Great Mosque. It was the first time the extremist leader has appeared in a video and underscored how solidly the Islamic State controls Mosul, which it seized June 9. The U.S. said it had no knowledge of the airstrikes. (THE WASHINGTON POST) DONETSK, UKRAINE

Pro-Russia Rebels Vow To Fight Despite Setback Driven out of their key stronghold in eastern Ukraine, pro-Russia separatists regrouped Sunday in the city of Donetsk, vowing to renew their fight against the government in Kiev. Ukrainian troops on Saturday forced the rebels out of Slovyansk, suggesting that the government may finally be making gains against the insurgency. (AP) KABUL, AFGHANISTAN

Race Results Contested Afghanistan’s election crisis deepened Sunday as the two presidential candidates sparred over the release of preliminary results and calls mounted for a broader investigation of suspect ballots. The impasse has threatened to undermine what the U.S. had hoped would be the country’s first democratic transfer of authority. (AP)

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“Maybe it’s time to ask ourselves if working on Sundays is true freedom.” — Pope Francis, in a visit to Molise, Italy, on Saturday, saying that working on Sundays has a negative impact on families and friendships. He said that spending Sundays with family and friends is an “ethical choice” for the faithful and non-faithful.

Leaders appeal for calm amid signs that attack was revenge Jerusalem Israel arrested six Jewish suspects Sunday in the grisly slaying of a Palestinian teenager who was abducted and burned alive last week — a crime that set off a wave of violent protests in Arab sections of the country. Leaders of the Jewish state appealed for calm amid signs the death was revenge for the recent killings of three Israeli teenagers. “We will not allow extremists, it doesn’t matter from which side, to inflame the region and cause bloodshed,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a televised statement. “Murder is murder, incitement is incitement, and we will respond aggressively to both.”

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Meanwhile … Relatives say that a 15-year-old Arab-American cousin of the slain Palestinian teen was beaten and arrested by Israeli police during clashes in east Jerusalem last week. Israeli police say Tariq Abu Khdeir, above, resisted arrest, attacked officers and was carrying a slingshot when he was arrested, charges his family denies. On Sunday, Tariq — who goes to school in Florida and was visiting relatives in the West Bank — was ordered confined to his relatives’ home for nine days while police investigate. The U.S. State Department said it was “profoundly troubled” by reports that he was beaten by police. As Tariq was released to his family Sunday, he was crying and appeared badly bruised. (AP)

U.S.-German Relations at Risk, Again Berlin An emerging scandal over a possible U.S. informant in the German intelligence service is threatening to spark a fresh rift between Washington and one of its closest allies over an explosive question here: Should friends spy on friends? German politicians and media expressed mounting outrage Saturday, a day after reports in the German press that a 31-year-old man arrested Thursday by German authorities was a mid-level member of German intelligence who passed state secrets to the United States. Authorities have not openly named the “foreign power” connected to the arrest, though the U.S. ambas-

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It was recently revealed that the National Security Agency had eavesdropped on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

sador to Berlin, John Emerson, was summoned by the Foreign Ministry on Friday to offer “swift clarification” of the case. The threat of a fresh spying scandal at a highly sensitive time in the U.S.-German relationship was already raising alarm on both

sides of the Atlantic. For months, the U.S. and Germany have sought to ease tensions after last year’s revelations that the U.S. National Security Agency had eavesdropped on the cellphone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. In response, German officials have shown their displeasure, using more than just words. Citing concerns over possible data disclosures, for instance, the German Interior Ministry said last month that it would not renew a contract with the U.S.-based firm Verizon. Should the new investigation conclude there was U.S. involvement, the consequences could be deeply damaging. ANTHONY FAIOLA (THE WASHINGTON POST)

The region has been on edge since three Israeli teens were kidnapped last month in the West Bank. Last week, the teens’ bodies were found in a crime Israel blamed on the militant group Hamas. Just hours after the youths were buried, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, a 16-year-old Palestinian from east Jerusalem, was abducted near his home, and his charred remains were found shortly afterward in a Jerusalem forest. Preliminary autopsy results found he was still alive when he was set on fire. Pa lestinians immediately accused Israeli extremists of killing the youth in revenge. And on Sunday, Israeli authorities said the killers had acted out of “nationalistic” motives. An Israeli official said there were six suspects and described them as young males, including several minors, all of whom lived in the Jerusalem area. JOSEF FEDERMAN (AP)

Pistorius Acts Out Killing in Video Johannesburg Newly released video footage shows Oscar Pistorius participating in a re-enactment of how he says he fatally shot girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and then carried her out of a toilet cubicle in his home. Australian broadcaster Channel Seven showed the footage Sunday, a day before the trial resumes today. That prompted criticism from a lawyer for the double-amputee athlete who said the re-enactment was made last year as part of the defense team’s trial preparations but has not been shown in the trial. The footage shown by the Australian broadcaster was obtained illegally, Pistorius’ lawyer said. (AP)

The amount that beer will be taxed in Egypt, up from a 100 percent tax and one in a series

of price hikes that aim to ease the country’s staggering budget deficit. On Sunday, Egypt’s president announced the decision to also increases a flat tax on local and imported cigarettes to between 25 and 40 cents per pack, depending on the brand, and to increase the tax on local and imported wines to 150 percent. (AP)

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Uber, Lyft May Soon Come to Va. The two car services take steps to operate legally in the state Richmond The car services Uber and Lyft are on their way to becoming legal in Virginia, but they’re not there yet. Right now, it’s illegal for either company to pick up passengers in the commonwealth, although they can drop off riders coming from D.C. After receiving “cease and desist” letters from the state Department of Motor Vehicles, both companies have applied for brokers’ licenses to operate in Virginia, a DMV spokes-

Meanwhile … In Maryland, five of the region’s cab and sedan companies on Thursday filed suit against Uber charging that the company is creating an anti-competitive environment that is hampering their ability to do business. The companies include Barwood Taxi and Sun Cab, which are based in Montgomery County, Yellow and Checker Cab, which are based in Baltimore, and Green Tomato Cars, which operates in Maryland. (T WP)

woman confirmed. “I knew there had to be a better way to resolve this issue,” Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said in a statement. “I’m glad we were able to get folks back to the table.” Uber and Lyft have also applied

for temporary authority that would last until the license is issued. The two companies had initially resisted applying for these licenses, arguing that their services — which pair riders to drivers by smartphone — should not fall under the regu-

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lations imposed on traditional car services. Both Uber and Lyft have become popular as a lower-cost option featuring part-time drivers using their own cars. These drivers are not professionally licensed. Before the cease-and-desist letters, both companies had been fined for operating in Virginia without proper licensing. Uber was hit with a $26,000 penalty, Lyft $9,000. After the letters were sent, police said they issued citations to several drivers. Officials said talks between the state and the two companies had broken down before the letters were sent and revived i n t he w a ke of t he not ic e s.

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‘Oh Boy, Was It Steamy’ President Harding’s affair unfolds in letters set to be displayed

On Christmas Eve, 1910, future president Warren Harding got out a photograph of himself, and on the back wrote an impassioned love note to his mistress. Harding, 45, who was married and would be elected the 29th president a decade later, wrote of his love. “It racks in the tortures of aching hunger, and glows in bliss ineffable — bliss only you can give.” His lover, Carrie Fulton Phillips, 37, who was married to one of Harding’s friends, kept the missive and began keeping dozens more love letters from Harding — some of them 30 pages long — despite his requests that she burn them. Held at The Library of Congress under court-ordered seal for the last 50 years, the trove of the original, often-juicy letters is scheduled to open to the public online on July 29. The library is hosting a program

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to discuss the collection July 22. The roughly 900 pages illuminate an extraordinary and intimate chapter in the life of a seemingly drab president who was dogged by political scandal, died in office and had campaigned on a platform of “a return to normalcy.” The original Harding letters were sealed July 29, 1964, the library said. The Harding family donated them to the library in 1972, with the stipulation that they stay sealed until July 29, 2014.

But forgotten microfilm copies were discovered in an Ohio historical repository a decade ago by an author researching the president, and he used many of them in a detailed but little-known book. The letters reveal, among other things, an insecure, romantic man who sometimes wrote his mistress in code and slipped away for secret meetings with her. And there is little doubt about what went on. On Jan. 2, 1913, he wrote: “I do love you so. … I wonder if you realize how much — how faithfully, how gladly … how passionately. Yes you do know the last, you must have felt the proof.” The affair began in 1905, according to James David Robenalt, whose 2009 book, “The Harding Affair: Love and Espionage During the Great War,” details the relationship. It went on while Harding served as Ohio’s lieutenant governor and later as a U.S. senator, the Library of Congress said. “It was troubled and problematic,” Robenalt said. “But boy, oh boy, was it stea my.” MICHAEL E. RUANE (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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shopping center parking lot in the Falls Church area. Fairfax County police say the woman was sitting with a group of friends when a young man approached her from behind and stabbed her in the upper body. The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries that were not life-threatening. (AP) WASHINGTON

Republican Joins D.C. Council Chairman Race Kris Hammond, 41, a former Justice Department attorney who has gotten the D.C. Republican Party’s nod to fill a ballot line that went uncontested in the GOP primary, says he’ll give residents a “real choice” besides D.C. Council chairman Phil Mendelson. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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To reach the pinnacle he’s at today in the retail world, John Kenney, Northern Virginia’s leading purveyor of sex toys and porn videos, has conquered many obstacles. You don’t build a chain of 13 (soon to be 14) “couples boutiques,” as Kenney calls his stores, by folding to pressure from obscenity prosecutors, hostile zoning boards or angry neighbors inveighing against sin. But now, in Fairfax County, Kenney, 58, has met a foe he knows he can’t defeat. He says his 5,600-square-foot Tysons Corner emporium — once the second-most-profitable boutique in the Kenney empire — will not survive the redevelopment expected to result from Metro’s Silver Line. Planners and developers think the Silver Line, due to open July 26, will radically alter the face of Tysons over time. And the transformation they envision won’t include “MVC LATE NIGHT DVD,” as the sign in front of Kenney’s Tysons store reads. Nor will it include a lot of other “low-density” enterprises — stripmall pizza joints, storefront insurances agencies, gas stations, muffler shops — places where three or six or a dozen people work but where thousands could be employed in new steel-and-glass towers. Auto dealerships also aren’t likely to last long, analysts say, because the sprawling land they occupy is far too valuable in the Silver Line age to be wasted on parked cars. Kenney’s 12-by-6-foot billboard (“DVDS VIDEOS MAGAZINES & TOYS FOR ADULTS”) looms just steps from the Silver Line’s Greensboro station. The sign dates to the

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‘A Family Thing’ John “Bo” Kenney started in the business when he was 16, working for his stepfather, Dennis Pryba, a long-ago titan in the D.C.-area retail porn industry. In a Reagan-era federal crackdown on the sale of obscene movies and magazines, Pryba got three years in prison and forfeited nearly all his assets to the government. Kenney picked up the pieces and rebuilt. Charged criminally with peddling indecent materials twice in the 1990s, in Fairfax and Prince Williams counties in Virginia, Kenney’s company was acquitted in one case, paid a $500 fine in the other and kept on expanding. “For me, this is a family thing,” he says. (T WP)

store’s opening in 1999, before Kenney, who goes by “Bo,” thought up a new name, Le Tache, which is French for “the spot,” and rebranded his outlets as “couples boutiques.” Beefy and profane, he’s standing in his store by a rack of lingerie (a kind you won’t find in Macy’s), wearing Ray-Bans and a glittering watch. Within a year or so, Kenney says, he and his billboard will be gone. “They don’t care about me,” Kenney says, jabbing a thumb toward the Silver Line tracks. “This right here, the last five years, has cost me more money than all the legal cases we’ve fought combined.” He says, “It’s a [expletive] nightmare, is what it is.” Real estate developers have been buying the parcels where Kenney’s boutique and nine other businesses are located, at Leesburg

“Our business is my neighbors, your neighbors, people that are just looking for something to spice up their lives.” — JOHN “BO” K ENNE Y

Pike and Chain Bridge Road. Like Kenney and his showroom of unmentionables, all the other tenants are going away, including a Virginia ABC store, a bigscreen TV dealer, a mattress outlet, a family-run computer-parts shop and a psychic named Irene. Under standard “kick-out” clauses in their leases, the businesses can be evicted to make room for redevelopment. NV Commercial,

the development company behind the new project, called Tysons Central, says it expects construction to begin late next year. With six towers featuring up to 2 million square feet of office, retail, hotel and luxury apartment space, the project is an example of what Fairfax officials think will gradually happen all over Tysons. Planners envision a supercharged economy based on a skyline of office towers and livable spaces. Gerald Gordon, chief executive of Fairfax County’s Economic Development Authority, says some low-density businesses will survive. Because the Tysons’ population is projected to go up, “you still need a drugstore” and “food and electrical products.” Kenney sells a lot of electrical products. Some use batteries, some have plugs.

With high-speed public transportation linking Tysons — the economic epicenter of Fairfax County — to downtown D.C., the Pentagon and Dulles, the Tysons area stands to become “a major business hub nationally,” says Gerald Gordon, chief executive of Fairfax County’s Economic Development Authority. Construction has begun on what he says could become “this region’s midtown Manhattan.” Next to the Silver Line station near Tysons Corner Center mall, three buildings, each 20 stories-plus, are nearly finished, and Gordon has a list of a dozen similar projects that are underway or being planned. (T WP)

“Oh, I … I don’t know,” Gordon says. “Where is that store exactly? I don’t know anything about that.” Take the Metro to Greensboro in a few weeks — you’ll see it. Ask for Bo. Tell him how great the Silver Line is. Then back up a few steps. “Look at this!” Kenney says. “Look!” He’s pointing at the tracks again. “They come in here, disrupt all our business for five years, didn’t give a [expletive] about the economic impact it had on us, and walked away. And somebody pocketed 3 billion on the contract. You know? I mean, hey, if I got 3 billion, I’d be doing a [expletive] dance, too.” Kenney says the store, which once pulled in more than $1 million a year, saw revenues decline 75 percent as Silver Line construction rerouted traffic. But closing now and walking away from the lease, he says, would damage his credit rating and likely prompt a lawsuit by the landlord. “ We’re not t he bad g u y s here,” Kenney says. PAU L D U G G A N (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Nats Beat Cubs in Pitchers’ Duel Zimmerman drives in winning run to close gap with Braves

The Lone All-Star Jordan Zimmermann was the only Nationals player selected for the 2014 All-Star Game — for which rosters were released Sunday — while Anthony Rendon is one of five candidates for the final vote. For the complete rosters of both the American and National Leagues, visit washingtonpost.com. (E XPRESS)

After Jordan Zimmermann put the Washington Nationals in position to win on the mound, Denard Span’s legs and Ryan Zimmerman’s bat made sure they beat the Chicago Cubs. Zimmerman’s eighth inning single drove in Span for the go-ahead run as the surging Nationals capped a strong weekend with a 2-1 win over the Cubs on Sunday. The expected pitcher’s duel took place as Zimmermann outdueled Jake Arrieta over six innings and left with a 1-0 lead. “The starter for them today was as advertised, tough,” Zimmerman said of Arrieta. “The way Jordan pitched, that was a game we needed to win.” The Cubs tied it in the seventh on Starlin Castro’s sacrifice f ly

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against Drew Storen. Span’s hustle turned a soft hit to right field off Pedro Strop (1-4) into a double leading off the eighth. The Cubs challenged the play, but replay showed that the sliding Span avoided the tag. “The fact that he broke out of the box hard and thought two (bases) from the beginning of it was key for us,” Nationals manager Matt Williams said.

Two outs later, the Cubs intentionally walked Adam LaRoche to bring up Zimmerman, who ripped a single to left to score Span from second. Tyler Clippard (6-2) worked out of trouble in the eighth inning. Rafael Soriano pitched the ninth and earned his 21st save for the Nationals, who have won seven of eight and moved to within a half game of first-place Atlanta in the NL East.

Arrieta allowed four hits and one run over six innings. He gave up two singles to open the fifth, but escaped the jam. Zimmermann struck out while attempting to bunt. “It was a dogfight,” Arrieta said. “I really had to grind it out there. I had guys on base. I had to make pitches in big situations. I was able to do that.” Zimmermann allowed seven hits with one walk and struck out five. He has given up two earned runs or fewer in seven straight starts. The right-hander is 3-2 with a 1.26 ERA in that span. “I think he found his slider,” Williams said. “Gives him another weapon.” BENJAMIN STANDIG (AP)

Golf Angel Cabrera won the Greenbrier Classic on Sunday for his first non-major victory on the PGA Tour, closing with his second straight 6-under 64 for a two-stroke victory over George McNeill. Cabrera, the 44-year-old Argentine whose only other PGA Tour victories came in the 2007 U.S. Open and 2009 Masters, built a three-shot lead before making things interesting with a pair of late bogeys. He finished at

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16-under 264. McNeill shot a season-best 61 for his fourth top-10 of the season and first since mid-March. Webb Simpson had a 63 to finish third at 10 under. Third-round leader Billy Hurley III bogeyed four of the first six holes to fall out of contention. He shot 73 and finished in a seven-way tie for fourth at 9 under. No thirdround leader has hung on to win the Greenbrier Classic in its fiveyear existence. Cabrera had no top 10-fin-

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Angel Cabrera won his third PGA Tour event Sunday at the Greenbrier Classic.

ishes this season entering the tournament, but had everything working Sunday, hammering drives and approach shots with precision and coming up with clutch putts, especially on the back nine. Cabrera overtook McNeill with birdie putts of 17 and 7 feet on the 11th and 12th holes, then gave a fist pump after moving to 17 under by holing a 176-yard 8-iron up the hill for eagle on the par-4 13th, the hardest hole at Old White TPC. JOHN R ABY (AP)

The number of seconds Ronda Rousey needed to knock out her opponent Alexis Davis at Saturday’s UFC 175 pay-perview event. This is the second-fastest time in franchise history that a bout ended in a TKO or KO, according to the UFC. Rousey defended her bantamweight title in the bout and improved her career record to 10-0. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Gortat: Re-Signing Was Easy Wizards As one of the first free agents to agree to terms, Marcin Gortat doesn’t have much to worry about until Thursday, when he puts his pen to a five-year, $60-million contract with the Wizards. Gortat has been relaxing in Orlando, Fla., for the past few days and decided to watch some summer league basketball at Amway Arena. While checking out the action, Gortat decided to sit down with NBA TV for an interview and offered his first comments since deciding to return to Washington. “A lot of different reasons,” Gortat said, when asked why he elected to stay with the Wizards. “First of all, I like the city. I like the team. I definitely feel comfortable over there. The team really took me under the wing and they help me since the day one. I definitely love the chemistry between me and John Wall. I think Bradley Beal is going to be a great player one day … So, the decision was real easy for me. I believe that we will be a special team for the next four or five years.” Gortat was asked about interest from the Miami Heat and bobbed his head side to side, “We had a few teams, but I don’t think it [makes] any sense to talk about that now.” MICHAEL LEE (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Djokovic Wins Wimbledon Crown

Cavendish Withdraws From Tour De France Cycling British sprinter Mark Cavendish pulled out of the Tour de France on Sunday with a serious shoulder injury likely to require surgery. Cavendish, with his arm in a sling underneath his sweatshirt, said outside the team bus before the start of the second stage that he was “absolutely devastated.” The 29-year-old sprinter known as the “Manx Missile” had made the Tour his main goal this season but saw his hopes of winning his first yellow jersey disappear on Saturday when he hit the ground near the finish of the first stage in his mother’s hometown of Harrogate, England. Meanwhile, Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali outfoxed other Tour de France title contenders to win a hilly second stage through Yorkshire countryside on Sunday, wresting the overall race leader’s yellow jersey. The Astana team leader pointed a finger skyward as he burst out of a 125-mile ride over nine rolling ascents and through the heath of northern England. Belgium’s Greg van Avermaet was second and Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland was third, each t wo seconds behind. (AP)

Novak Djokovic’s large lead in the rollicking Wimbledon final was slipping away, due in no small part to Roger Federer’s regal presence and resurgent play. No man has won tennis’ oldest major tournament more often than Federer, and he was not about to let it go easily. Djokovic went from being a point from victory in the fourth set to suddenly caught in the crucible of a fifth, and he knew all too well that he repeatedly had come up short in recent Grand Slam title matches. Steeling himself when he so desperately needed to, and steadying his weary legs, Serbia’s Djokovic held on for a 6-7 (7), 6-4, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-4 victory after nearly four hours of momentum shifts Sunday to win Wimbledon for the second time — and deny Switzerland’s Federer what would have been a record eighth championship at the

Novak Djokovic celebrates his Wimbledon triumph, his seventh Grand Slam title and a win that vaults him to No. 1 in men’s tennis.

All England Club. In truth, after so much drama, the ending was anticlimactic. Trailing 5-4 in the fifth set but serving, Federer missed four groundstrokes, pushing a backhand into the net on Djokovic’s second match point. Victory his, Djokovic knelt on the most hallowed tennis court in the world, plucked a blade of grass and shoved it in his mouth,

just as he did after his 2011 Wimbledon title. He dedicated this victory to his pregnant fiancee “and our future baby,” and to Jelena Gencic, his first tennis coach, who died last year. “It was a great match to be part of. He’s a magnificent champion and a great example of a great athlete and great role model for many kids,” Djokovic said during the oncourt ceremony, cradling the tro-

phy in his left arm. Then, addressing Federer directly, Djokovic said: “I respect your career and everything you have done. And thank you for letting me win today.” Even Federer had to smile at that line. “It was close, you know,” Federer said. “Novak deserved it at the end, clearly, but it was extremely close.” HOWARD FENDRICH (AP)

Brazil Moves On, Sans Neymar World Cup Even without Neymar, Brazil’s show must go on. The World Cup hosts, now forced to play without their injured superstar, will face Germany on Tuesday for a spot in next weekend’s final. Neymar fractured a vertebra in his lower back in Brazil’s quarterfinal win over Colombia on Friday, ruling him out for the rest of the tournament. But despite having to stay off the field, the 22-yearold striker with the dyed-blond fauxhawk is still expecting Brazil to win its sixth World Cup title. “I won’t be able to fulfill the dream of playing in a World Cup

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Mark Cavendish collided with another rider Saturday in the Tour de France.

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Serbian squeaks by Federer in five-set match at All England

Brazilian star Neymar was airlifted to the hospital after his injury Friday.

final,” Neymar said, “but I’m sure they will win this one, they will become champions, and I will be there with them, and all of Brazil

will be celebrating together.” His play on the field lived up to the immense hype surrounding him — his face is plastered on billboards around the country and constantly shown in TV. Neymar scored four goals in the group stage and continued to make an impact — albeit without any more goals — in the knockout games until he took a knee in the back from Colombian defender Camilo Zuniga late in the match against Colombia. The question for Brazil now, however, is who will step up to replace Neymar as the focal point of the attack? The much-maligned Fred has been largely ineffective so far, while Hulk has also failed to score for the hosts. TALES A ZZONI (AP)

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ (CW)

‘Extant’ melds pieces of its sci-fi precursors into a fairly intricate, compelling package

Cat’s (Kristin Kreuk, right) bid to circumvent Gabe leads her to a conclusion she doesn’t want in the season finale. She thinks the solution can be found in an old journal, but, much to her heartbreak, also discovers she would have to kill Vincent.

TUESDAY, 10 P.M.

‘Finding Carter’ (MTV) In this new drama series, a teenage girl’s seemingly perfect life is upended when she discovers the woman she thought was her mother actually abducted her as a baby. WEDNESDAY, 10 P.M.

NBC

‘The Bridge’ (FX) The critically acclaimed but ratings-challenged crime drama returns for its second season. Sonya encounters a man from her past and Marco discovers that he isn’t safe any longer in his own department. Frye and Adriana delve more deeply into the origins of the “money house” and a mystery woman crosses the bridge into El Paso, Texas.

THURSDAY, 9:01 P.M.

‘Welcome to Sweden’ (NBC) It’s appropriate that this new sitcom had its premiere in — where else? — Sweden ahead of its U.S. debut. Greg Poehler, above, brother of Amy (an executive producer here), plays a man who moves overseas to be with his true love. TRIBUNE MEDIA /E XPRESS

If you guide your hopes to a slightly lower orbit, CBS’s futuristic summer series “Extant,” starring Oscarwinner Halle Berry and premiering at 9 p.m. Wednesday, isn’t the disaster one might have feared — especially if you supply your own oxygen in the form of harmless mockery. As with nearly every piece of scifi television programming of late, “Extant” quickly runs up its credit cards when it comes to borrowing imagery and ideas from other classics. Some scenes are heavily aped (including more than one nod to “Extant” executive producer Steven Spielberg’s own “A.I.,” as well as Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”), while some are just glancingly cribbed (“Solaris,” “Gravity”). In a quite stylish future, Berry is Molly Watts, a well-regarded astronaut who has recently returned from a solo mission on an outer-space lab, where she shared company with only an amiably voiced computer, a la “2001’s” HAL. Upon her return to her engineer husband John (Goran Visnjic) and their son, an artificially intelligent robot kid named Ethan (Pierce Gagnon), Molly discovers she’s mysteriously pregnant. Soon enough, she has to face her bosses at the international space agency, which is connected to a

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Being in outer space on a solo mission is apparently giving astronaut Molly Watts (Halle Berry) quite a headache.

Backstory Mickey Fisher, “Extant’s” creator, was a theater director in New York before h e won a TV pilot contest with the show’s script, which eventually led to the series. Fisher told Variety that he made “Extant” in hopes of putting a new strong female lead on TV. “It just seemed like there was a place for this,” he said. “And not a female anti-hero but somebody who could be a hero but also be complex and interesting and at the top of her field.” (E XPRESS)

‘Extant’ quickly runs up its credit cards when it comes to borrowing imagery and ideas from other sci-fi classics. corporation that oversees funding for robot children and everything else replete with a mastermind chief executive (Hiroyuki Sanada). The show gets off to a serviceable start — coolly conceived and professionally directed. “Extant’s” creator and cast seem to be taking things seriously enough as a work of sci-fi origami, folded and layered

with a certain precision. The secret of what’s gestating inside Molly will perhaps be revealed over the course of “Extant’s” 13 episodes. In the meantime, the show delivers some truly dispiriting news about transportation: The self-driving Google car really does become a thing. HANK STEUVER (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Snowmen, Prepare Your Headshots: ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” which last season revealed it would incorporate characters from the Disney film “Frozen,” has cast the roles of Elsa, Anna and Kristoff. “Fringe’s” Georgina Haig, left, will play Elsa, “Greek” actor Scott Michael Foster will play Kristoff and newcomer Elizabeth Lail will take the role of Anna. TVLine reports the “Once” plot will pick up after the events of “Frozen.” (AP)

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Old Crow’s bouncy new album has Bob Dylan’s special touch

Ketch Secor and Old Crow Medicine Show have Bob Dylan to thank for their new song “Sweet Amarillo.”

Music For years, Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show has been thanking Bob Dylan from afar for “Wagon Wheel,” the multiplatinum hit based on an unfinished Dylan song. The Americana band made it a fan favorite through their live shows over the past decade, and then Darius Rucker turned a cover into a No. 1 country song. The lead singer of Old Crow, whose new album “Remedy” came out Tuesday, likens his relationship with Dylan to a kid dropping letters in a bottle and tossing them in the ocean seeking a pen pal. “The bottle washed ashore on the beach in Malibu and Bob scrawled something into the bottle and he tossed it back into the Pacific and it made its way to Music City,” Secor said. That response was another scrap of a song and a question: Would Secor want to take a crack at it? The snippet comes from the

JOHN DUNHAM

GOODBYE, METRO DELAYS.

Not So Silent Partner

Album Review Lickety-split tempos and kitchen-sink arrangements make for a set that’s footstomping and grin-inducing. The string band’s wide range of influences ensures plenty of variety. “Brave Boys” recalls the Pogues, “Doc’s Day” is hillbilly blues and “Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer” is a celebration of liberation. All seven band members sing on a couple of tunes, and the result is a glorious chorus. From start to finish, “Remedy” creates a mighty roar. STE VEN WINE (AP)

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The take of “Transformers: Age of Extinction” at the box office this weekend, topping a lower-thanexpected haul. The North American box office was down 44 percent over July 4 weekend last year. “Tammy” followed, taking in $21.2 million. The horror movie “Deliver Us From Evil” came in third, with $9.5 million. (AP)

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SiriusXM Fires Cumia “Opie & Anthony” radio show host Anthony Cumia was fired on Thursday by satellite radio company SiriusXM, which cited his “racially charged”

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Pink Floyd to Release First Album in 20 Years Polly Samson, wife of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, tweeted Saturday that the band will release a new album in October. Gilmour’s representative confirmed the project to Rolling Stone. According to Samson, “The Endless River” is the “swan song” of late keyboardist Rick Wright. (E XPRESS)

same Mexico writing sessions as the “Wagon Wheel” song fragment Secor would later embellish. From that came “Sweet Amarillo,” a waltz about a cowboy’s search for his lover. “The reason it sounds so catchy is because Bob said play the fiddle and get a good hook in your music,” Secor said. “That’s what a good catchy song does.” Dylan has remained silent on this new song, but Secor said he doesn’t need “Sweet Amarillo” to have the same success as “Wagon Wheel.” “To me, the success is the fruition of Bob hearing the song and sending another one,” Secor said. “It’s already done everything. It made a circle.” KRISTIN HALL (AP)

SiriusXM on Thursday fired Anthony Cumia, shown here in 2006.

remarks on Twitter as the reason. Earlier this week Cumia tweeted profane insults against a woman who he said attacked him in Times Square. Comedians Colin Quinn and Ralphie May have tweeted in protest of Cumia’s firing. (AP)

ADDITIONS

‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Adds Two Cast Members The Wrap reported that newcomers Crystal Clarke and Pip Andersen have joined the cast of the new “Star Wars” film. Clarke and Anderson join Harrison Ford, Adam Driver and Oscar Isaac in the science-fiction sequel. (E XPRESS)

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Kate, 31, works for a global health NGO. Michael, 27, is a consultant for the World Bank. They live in D.C. THE MAIN EVENT: They will wed Sept. 19 at a West Virginia winery. HOW THEY MET: In Malawi, where they were both working at the time. “I heard a rumor that there was a woman from the United States moving to our little town. One day I just walked up, knocked on her door, and gave her a big ‘welcome to the neighborhood’ hug!” FIRST IMPRESSIONS: “I actually didn’t even see his face or shake his

Lee and Sarah Davis Lee, 32, is a librarian. Sarah (nee McGann), 33, is a conservation technician at the Library of Congress. They, with 3-year-old Penny, live in Alexandria. THEIR WEDDING: Lee and Sarah married July 19, 2009. WEDDING MEMORY: “When almost

everyone came together and did a tarantella across the dance floor, I was ecstatic,” Sarah says. POST-WEDDING ADVENTURES: A family trip to Maine with both sets of parents, Sarah’s brothers and Penny. “It’s hard to get everyone in the same place as often as we’d like,” she says. KEEPING THE SPARK: “We try to keep a sense of humor about everything,” Sarah says. “He still calls me ‘Honeybuns’ and I still

call him ‘Sweets.’ ” PET PEEVES: “She always trails off sentences into barely audible mumbles, and she never tightens the toothpaste cap.” “He doesn’t leave enough extra sheet folded over the comforter when he makes the bed.” WEDDING DO-OVER: Lee would have reversed the no-babies-atthe-wedding ban. Sarah: “I would have ordered a bigger cake. That thing was small!”

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Jessica Brooks, Derron Manning Jessica, 25, works for a credit union. Derron, 25, drives a truck for UTZ. They live in Suitland, Md. THE MAIN EVENT: Aug. 16 in Greenbelt, Md. They’ll wear his and hers Chuck Taylors. HOW THEY MET: Dating website plentyoffish.com. FIRST DATE: Technically it was a movie, but they consider their first “real” date a trip to the roller rink. HOW HE PROPOSED: On the roller rink, of course. The DJ cleared the floor and Derron showed a Powerpoint of pictures of their life together set to Jesse Powell’s “You,” her favorite song, then he dropped to one knee. PET NAMES: “I call him Elias when he is acting like a baby. Elias is our future son’s name.” “I call her Camille, our future daughter’s name.” WHEN SHE KNEW: “I would get hit on by other guys and compare them to Derron, and none could outdo him.”

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— NILAY PATEL AT VOX.COM poses a difficult question after new research suggesting that a period in the 1776 document should be a comma, and that it’s affected the actions of Americans ever since. Danielle Allen, a professor of social science at the Institute of Advanced Study, says the period after “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” disconnects the rest of the article from the previous sentence, meaning everything mentioned after (such as good governance) doesn’t fall into the category of unalienable rights. “When you read the whole sentence, all of those points are equally weighted,” Allen said. “It moves from the individual to the collective, from me to we.”

“I could never find my rhythm, so it was a dog fight the entire time.” — JOEY CHESTNUT, ACCORDING TO GOTHAMIST.COM, after winning

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Championship on Friday for the eighth consecutive time. Chestnut ate 61 hot dogs in 10 minutes, with the next-closest competitor finishing 56 in the same amount of time.

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USA’s goalkeeper is the stuff of legends. After a historic showing in the World Cup, in which he blocked 16 attempted goals from Belgium, the 35-year-old was greeted by cameras and fans when he returned to the United States. While maneuvering through a swarm at Los Angeles International Airport, one fan reached for a handshake, which Howard returned. But when the man went in for a hug, the soccer star expertly deflected and graciously pushed him away.

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CANCER (June 21-July 22) You’re eagerly awaiting word from a friend about an opportunity that you both can enjoy if all goes as planned. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You’re going to have to move more quickly than usual today in order to get the ball rolling and enjoy the fruits of your labors by day’s end. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You may find yourself at a disadvantage during a portion of the day as a result of your innate kindness — but later it will pay off! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) The pendulum is likely to swing in your favor today, and you can enjoy sudden success where, recently, you only found disappointment. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) As the clock ticks you’ll discover that you have what it takes to make the best use of the time available.

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) The earlier you strike, the sooner you’ll enjoy the rewards that are due to you. Take care that you’re not simply taking a shot in the dark.

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Each moment carries with it a piece of a certain personal puzzle. By day’s end, you’ll have enough to make a big decision. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You may find yourself in charge of something you’ve been trying to avoid as long as possible — but today, like it or not, it’s your turn.

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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Your daily routine may be shaken a bit by someone who doesn’t understand the importance of what you do every step of the way. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Something you’ve enjoyed several times before may not have the same allure to you as it has in the past. Perhaps you have changed somewhat.

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TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Concentrate on activities that bring you in contact with those you admire and from whom you can learn a thing or two.

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GEMINI (May 21-June 20) It may be time for you to reach out to someone who has had an enormous influence on you in the past. Don’t let this relationship fade away!

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The Definition of ‘Can Dish It Out But Can’t Take It’ Joan Rivers abruptly walked out of an interview on Saturday with Fredricka Whitfield on CNN after the journalist called Rivers “mean” and questioned her decision to wear fur on her book cover. “This whole interview is becoming a defense interview,” Rivers said. “I’m going, because all you’ve done is negative. … You are not the person to interview someone that does humor. Sorry.” (EXPRESS)

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Moments after a tweet was sent from Lea Michele’s account announcing the actress’ pregnancy on Friday, a representative said she had been hacked. Michele is the second “Glee” star to be the victim of an Internet prank: A tweet sent from Chris Colfer’s account on Thursday said the actor had been fired from the show. Colfer’s representatives denounced the tweet. (EXPRESS)

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Liam Hemsworth told his dining companions last week at a restaurant in Italy that he and his ex-fiancee Miley Cyrus would “always be best friends,” a source told The New York Post. “Liam kept raving about how amazing she was, how much they clicked and understood everything about each other,” the source continued. (E XPRESS)

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1 B. Hurricane Arthur struck North Carolina late Thursday as a Category 2 storm but was far less damaging than feared. 2 C. Tensions have been heightened in the Middle East following the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli students, whose bodies were found Monday, and the suspected revenge killing of an Arab teenager. 3

B. Director Nick Cassavetes recently

told VH1 that Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams did not get along on “The Notebook” and yelled and screamed at each other when forced to confront their issues. 4

A. Serena Williams was diagnosed with a viral illness and had to pull out of her Wimbledon doubles match with sister Venus after only three games Tuesday. 5 C. In 2012, D.C. residents were involved in more of the crashes that occurred in the city than anyone else, according to an analysis of crash statistics by Howard University’s

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Now It’s Britney’s Turn to Get Married Jessica Simpson married retired NFL player Eric Johnson on Saturday at San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, Calif., her publicist confirmed. Simpson and Johnson began dating in 2010. The couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Maxwell, walked down the aisle as a flower girl and their 1-year-old son, Ace, served as a ring bearer. It is the second marriage for both Simpson, 33, and 34-year-old Johnson. (AP)

Transportation Safety Data Center. 6 D. The Supreme Court ruled last Monday that some companies can avoid the birth control requirement in President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul if they have religious objections. 7 A. British regulators said last week that they want to learn more about the circumstances underlying a study carried out by Facebook where content that appeared in the “news feed” of about 700,000 users was manipulated. In the study, researchers reduced the number of positive posts to

see whether it made users more likely to post negative updates about their lives (it did). 8 C. Trained by experts who helped Barack Obama win the presidency, some D.C. principals are going door-todoor trying to persuade parents to choose traditional public schools instead of charter schools, which now enroll nearly half the city’s publicschool students. 9 B. U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard made 16 saves Tuesday, three more than the previous World Cup record. Fans expressed their love in a number

Demi Lovato, left, unfollowed Selena Gomez on Twitter last week, seemingly ending a friendship that has been tumultuous for years. A source told Hollywood Life that Lovato has grown tired of trying to help Gomez remove negative influences, including drugs and sometimes-boyfriend Justin Bieber, from her life. (EXPRESS)

“Sometimes I’ll even chop my hair the morning of a big red carpet event.” — HELEN

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of ways, including petitioning for the airport name change and altering Wikipedia. (It was Brazil’s Neymar who fractured his vertebra.) 10 D. Lindsay Lohan is suing the makers of “Grand Theft Auto” because, she says, the latest installment created a character based on her without her permission. Lohan’s lawsuit says a character in “Grand Theft Auto V” named Lacey Jonas is an “unequivocal” reference to the “Mean Girls” star.

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