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Why Didn’t All 10 of Them Just Carpool Together? Clowns to the rescue! A woman who had just finished performing at a clown show in New Jersey has some fellow clowns to thank after she crashed her car into a utility pole. About 10 clowns had finished putting on a show at a school in Westwood on Monday and departed in their respective cars. But the clowns’ cars came to a halt when they saw another clown in need. (AP) … THIS LITTLE PIGGIE WENT TO THERAPY
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Tourists’ ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ Jokes Just Make It Worse Rats are on the rampage in the elegant garden of the Louvre Museum, so bold they romp onto the grass in broad daylight, defying death threats from sanitation workers and scaring tourists visiting the site. The hot weather in Paris has brought out many picnicking visitors to the garden, where garbage is a feast for the rats. (AP)
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In the whitest U.S. state, thousands of miles from the Mexican border, the debate over immigration is becoming a central issue in one of the nation’s most closely watched governor’s races. With its close-knit communities and a practice of labeling nonnatives as “from away,” Mainers have a reputation for being insular. But they have also embraced the need for immigrants as the state’s population ages and declines. So Republican Gov. Paul LePage roiled the cultural waters when he criticized the federal government’s placement of eight immigrant children in Maine without advising him. He said Monday that the federal government was ducking its responsibility by leaving the border unprotected and pushing the burden onto states. He said he worries about the ﬁnancial impact if more children are placed in the state.
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Maryland stepped up its efforts Monday to recruit foster parents and solicit other assistance from the public to help with the flood of unaccompanied migrant children coming into the country from Central America. An appeal for help was posted on the state website as Gov. Martin O’Malley met in Annapolis with a group of religious leaders for the second time in as many weeks to talk about ways to assist the federal government with the crisis. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is one of many state leaders grappling with immigration.
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Sign of the Times The handicap symbol is getting a redesign, at least in New York. Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed into law a measure making New York the first state in the nation to replace the universal symbol with the version above, according to the bill’s sponsors. ( THE WASHINGTON POST )
age could hurt Maine’s reputation as a welcoming home for immigrants. Immigrants ﬂeeing violence in Central Africa are drawn to Maine in part because of its safe communities and wealth of faithbased organizations that provide assistance, said Sue Roche, executive director of the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project in Maine. “It’s unfortunate that the governor makes a statement like that and it gets more publicity than all the positive things that people are doing,” Roche said. ALANNA DURKIN (AP)
“It’s all a scam started by the Democrats at the White House. This whole talk about impeachment is ... coming from Democrats.”
The proportion of Americans who have debts and unpaid bills that have been reported to collection agencies, according to a study released Tuesday by the Urban Institute. The study found that 35.1 percent of people with credit records had been reported to collections for debt that averaged $5,178, based on September 2013 records. (AP)
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Since October, more t han 57,000 children, mostly from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, have crossed the nation’s southern border illegally. The eight minors in Maine are a fraction of the thousands sent to states including New York, California and Florida. “If we have eight kids in the state right now and if there are any state dollars going there, there are eight Mainers not getting services,” he said during a visit to a homeless shelter in Lewiston. “There’s not
an endless pot of money up there.” LePage’s re-election campaign has attacked his Democratic opponent, U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud, for not taking a clear stand on whether he would agree to shelter children in Maine. “[LePage’s] entire tactic is governing by division,” Michaud spokeswoman Lizzy Reinholt said Friday. “He has tried very hard to pit one community in Maine against another.” Immigration advocates say LeP-
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EPA Hears Complaints From All Sides Denver Hundreds of people across the country lined up Tuesday to tell the Environmental Protection Agency that its new rules for power-plant pollution either go too far or not far enough. The agency is holding hearings this week in Atlanta, Denver, Pittsburgh and Washington on President Barack Obama’s plan to cut carbon-dioxide emissions by 30 percent by 2030, with 2005 levels as the starting point. The rules are intended to curb global warming. Coal mines, electric utilities, labor unions, environmental groups, renewable energy companies, gov-
Significance The plan to cut carbon dioxide emissions will likely mark one of President Barack Obama’s biggest efforts in the final years of his presidency. Blocked from passing major climate change legislation in Congress, Obama has resorted to using executive authority under existing law to limit pollution. Federal officials have never before tried to restrict carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. (AP)
ernment agencies, religious and civil rights organizations and others sent representatives to the hearings. John Kinkaid, a commissioner in Moffat County, Colo., , told the EPA in Denver that the rules would devastate the economy in his area, home to a major power plant.
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A federal appeals court panel ruled Tuesday that a Mississippi law that would close the state’s only abortion clinic is unconstitutional. The three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued its 2-1 ruling in a case involving the state’s 2012 law, which required physicians at the clinic, Jackson Women’s Health Organization, to obtain admitting privileges at a local hospital. (AP)
Control of Detroit’s massive municipal water department, which has been widely criticized by the United Nations and others for widespread service shutoffs to thousands of customers, has been returned to the mayor’s office, taking it out of the hands of the city’s stateappointed city manager. (AP)
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A group of whale watchers expecting only an afternoon tour Monday were forced instead to spend a long night at sea after their boat was snagged by a mooring cable off Massachusetts, officials and passengers said Tuesday. Boston Harbor Cruises, which operates the whale watch, said it was cooperating with a Coast Guard investigation. The boat returned after 15 hours at sea. (AP)
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Ga. Girl Hit by Plane Dies A 9-year-old girl who was struck by a plane that crash-landed Sunday on a beach while she vacationed with her family has died from her injuries, law enforcement officials in Florida said Tuesday. Oceana Irizarry’s father also was killed in the crash. The two, of Fort Stewart, Ga., were walking along Caspersen Beach in Venice on Sunday afternoon when the 1972 Piper Cherokee plane made an emergency landing after reporting problems. The pilot and a passenger were not injured. (AP)
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Defiant Hamas leader: No cease fire until demands met
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Israel unleashed its heaviest air and artillery assault of the Gaza war on Tuesday, destroying key symbols of Hamas control, shutting down the territory’s only power plant and leaving at least 128 Palestinians dead on the bloodiest day of the 22-day conﬂict. Despite devastating blows that left the packed territory’s 1.7 million people cut off from power and water and sent the overall death toll soaring past 1,200, Hamas’ shadowy military leader remained deﬁant as he insisted that the Islamic militants would not cease ﬁre until its demands are met. The comments by Mohammed Deif in an audiotape broadcast on
Palestinians attend the evening prayers Tuesday outside a destroyed mosque after it was hit by an Israeli strike in Gaza City, Gaza Strip.
a Hamas satellite TV channel cast new doubt on international ceaseﬁre efforts. Aides to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Egypt was trying to bring Israeli and Palestinian delegations together in Cairo for
new talks in which Hamas would be presented this time as part of the Palestinian team. Dozens of Israeli airstrikes and heavy tank shelling hit areas across Gaza, which was plunged into complete darkness Tuesday night after
The proportion of 18- to- 29-year-old Americans who blame Israel more for the current wave of violence, while 21 percent blame Hamas, according to a new Pew Research Center poll. The poll showed a huge generational split on the current conflict. While all age groups north of 30 years old clearly blame Hamas more than Israel, young adults buck the trend in a big way. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
a strike on its sole power plant set a fuel tank ablaze. “It is the most awful missile attack of the whole war,” said Jamal Dardasawi, a spokesman for Gaza’s electricity distribution department. “They have caused a catastrophic humanitarian situation.” Israel said Palestinian militants ﬁred at least 64 rockets Tuesday at Israeli cities. IBR AHIM BAR Z AK AND YOUSUR ALHLOU (AP)
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Israel Broadens Targets in Gaza China’s Going After Former Security Czar China’s ruling Communist Party announced an investigation into a feared ex-security chief on Tuesday, demonstrating President Xi Jinping’s ﬁrm grip on power and breaking a longstanding taboo against publicly targeting the country’s topmost leaders. If he goes to trial, Zhou Yongkang would be the highest-level ofﬁcial to be prosecuted since the 1981 treason trial of Mao Zedong’s wife and other members of the “Gang of Four.” (AP)
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They’re Grounded. Flight delays and cancellations in China have exploded in the past two weeks with hundreds of flights in Beijing and Shanghai affected with little explanation. The problem is only getting worse. Authorities announced Tuesday that the air traffic capacity at Shanghai airports would be cut down by 75 percent for several days. Many have blamed military exercises for the problems, a claim the Chinese government has denied. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Tough New Sanctions Hit Russia Washington Spurred to action by the downing of the Malaysian airliner, the European Union approved dramatically tougher economic sanctions Tuesday against Russia, including an arms embargo and restrictions on state-owned banks. President Barack Obama swiftly followed with an expansion of U.S. penalties targeting key sectors of the Russian economy. The coordinated sanctions were aimed at increasing pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin to end his country’s support for separatists in eastern Ukraine whom the West blames for taking down the passenger jet nearly two weeks
Meanwhile … Pitched battles in the vicinity of the downed Malaysian Airlines plane on Tuesday forced investigators for the third straight day to abandon a visit to the debris field. Nearly two weeks after the airliner was shot down, a sense of urgency to get a team of forensics experts to the wreckage keeps butting up against the dangers of a war zone. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
ago. Obama and U.S. allies also warned that Russia was building up troops and weaponry along its border with Ukraine. “Today Russia is once again isolating itself from the international
community, setting back decades of genuine progress,” Obama said. “It does not have to be this way. This is a choice that Russia and President Putin, in particular, has made.” Tuesday’s announcements followed an intense lobbying effort from Obama aimed at getting European leaders to toughen their penalties on Russia. U.S. ofﬁcials say sanctions already are having a detrimental impact on Russia’s economy. Yet it remains uncertain whether the tougher penalties will have any impact on Russia’s actions in Ukraine — nor was it clear what other actions the U.S. and Europe were willing to take if the situations remains unchanged. JULIE PACE AND JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG (AP)
Talk, Like, in Person? It’s a typical urban routine: Sit on the subway, fiddling with the smartphone to avoid eye contact with fellow passengers. Now a new campaign called “Talk to me” wants to break that habit and change London’s image as one of the loneliest places in Britain. Volunteers for the crowd-funded project are handing out badges with the message “Talk to me, I’ll talk to you.” It’s an invitation to strike up a conversation with the wearer. (AP)
Xi, who is party leader as well as president, has vowed to go after lowand high-level officials in his campaign to purge the party of corruption and other wrongdoing that have undermined its legitimacy in the public eye. The crackdown has felled at least 30 provincial and ministerial officials and more than 50 executives of state companies since Xi took charge — the biggest purge of its kind in decades.
Who Is Zhou Yongkang? Zhou became the national security chief in 2007 and retired in 2012. He was once perceived as untouchable, as he oversaw the country’s domestic spy agencies, a position that afforded him access to information on other highranking politicians who might pose a threat to him.
The Charge The party’s anti-graft watchdog said on its website Tuesday that it is investigating Zhou, 71, for serious violations of party discipline. Although it gave no details, such an announcement typically paves the way for the official to be ousted from the party and face prosecution.
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Suicide Bomber Kills President’s Cousin A powerful cousin of outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai was assassinated by a suicide bomber hiding explosives in his cap Tuesday, officials said. Hashmat Khalil Karzai had played an active role in the campaign to choose his cousin’s successor. The attacker blew himself up while bowing to kiss Hashmat Khalil Karzai’s hand following morning prayers for Eid alFitr at the Karzai home, officials said. (AP)
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A woman “should not laugh loudly in front of all the world and should preserve her decency at all times.” — Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc, during an Eid el-Fitr meeting Monday marking the end of Ramadan. He also took aim at soap operas and the use of cellphones.
Fatal Attack in China A mob armed with knives rampaged through part of China’s volatile northwestern region of Xinjiang on Monday and police responded with gunfire, leaving dozens of people dead in the latest violence blamed on Islamic militants, state media reported Tuesday. (AP)
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Hey, Update My Transit App! Some smartphone users await data from the Silver Line Washington Silver Line riders: Your smartphone screen is not playing tricks on you. If you’re a Silver Line passenger who usually turns to a smartphone app to get around the Metro system, you may discover it’s missing information on the new line. It’s almost like the Silver Line doesn’t exist. But it does. And so does the information. Philip Stewart, a Metro spokesman, said the transit system —
which provides arrival and departure times to app developers — made Silver Line station information available on July 19 to developers. Metro ofﬁcials began welcoming riders to the line on Saturday. But during Monday’s morning commute, the 9,700 riders that Metro said entered or exited the line’s ﬁve new stations had little to go on by way of apps. Some did it the oldfashioned way: turning to signs in the stations or to Metro’s website. It takes days for Apple to approve updates to any app, so even though Silver Line information was available, developers are left waiting before the changes can go live. According to Apple’s website,
How About DC Rider? Like many others, Express’ DC Rider iPhone app is still awaiting approval from Apple. The Android version has already been updated with Silver Line information. (E XPRESS)
98 percent of app submissions are reviewed in ﬁve business days. So Silver Line riders could see arrival and departure times on their favorite apps by the end of this week. Ia n Di xon, who created DC Metro and Bus in 2012, said the transit system did not announce that the new data was even available.
“Some developers just realized they made it available,” he said. “It was a little bit of a scramble.” Dixon submitted his update four days ago, and said the approval process could stretch anywhere from four to seven days. Chetan Shenoy, co-founder of a company that launched CapitolHop, said it could take longer to go through the approval process than it actually did to implement the changes. Both he and Dixon said there have been user complaints about the delay. But Shenoy said: “Please be patient. We’ll have it as soon as we ca n.” V I C T O R I A S T. M A R T I N (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Are You Smarter Than the TSA? The Transportation Security Administration is looking for ways to speed folks through security. Its Pre-Check program has already won praise from some frequent fliers — but it wants to do better. It’s asking for the public’s help in redesigning airport security lines. If you can design a better checkpoint, there’s some cold hard cash in it for you, with at least $5,000 going to the winner. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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Saturday, August 2, 2014 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Celebrate achievements in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by professionals representing different cultures and backgrounds. • Learn about Juan de la Cierva’s invention of the gyroplane and Dr. George Carruther’s creation of the ﬁrst Moon-based observatory. • Talk to professionals in the STEM industry, including participants in the Smithsonian Latino Center’s ¡Descubra! Meet the Science Expert series. • View helicopters on display for one day only outside the Museum and chat with the pilots who ﬂy them. • Meet NASA astronaut Patrick Forrester. • Participate in hands-on activities and story times.
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List Narrows to Three for Future FBI Headquarters The headquarters of the FBI would relocate from downtown D.C. to a suburban campus in either Greenbelt, Md., Landover, Md., or Springfield, Va., under plans announced by the General Services Administration on Tuesday. The FBI, located in the much-maligned J. Edgar Hoover Building on Pennsylvania Avenue, says it needs a new headquarters to consolidate 11,000 personnel. (THE WASHINGTON POST) FAIRFAX COUNTY
Janitors Go on Strike, Picket at Fort Belvoir About 70 janitors at the Fort Belvoir military installation in Fairfax County went on strike Tuesday, saying that they are not being paid for some work they perform and that their hours have been drastically cut. (TWP) BALTIMORE
Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Postal Carts A Glen Burnie, Md., man pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing more than 2,000 aluminum carts from the U.S. Postal Service and selling them for scrap. The postal service valued the carts at $2.8 million. Roland Michael Muir faces to up to 10 years in prison. (TWP) WASHINGTON
D.C. Mayor Signs Bill Banning Styrofoam Mayor Vincent Gray signed a bill Tuesday that bans the use of plastic foam food containers in the D.C. The ban will take effect starting in 2016. (TWP)
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“[Jonnie Williams] showered her with attention she craved.”
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The marriage of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen had “broken down” and the first lady had developed a crush on the man who is the star witness at the couple’s corruption trial, her attorney said Tuesday. The bombshell came as defense attorney William Burck gave his opening statement on Maureen McDonnell’s behalf. Burck told jurors Maureen McDonnell was not scheming with her husband so they could enrich themselves; she was instead a woman craving attention as her own marriage soured. Positing Maureen McDonnell as “collateral damage” — and noting she herself was not a public ofﬁcial
McDONNELL’S ATTORNEY, ARGUING SHE HAD A CRUSH ON THE PROSECUTORS’ STAR WITNESS AND THE McDONNELLS’ MARRIAGE HAD “BROKEN DOWN”
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Flanked by lawyers, former Gov. Bob McDonnell, center, heads to the courthouse.
— Burck made waves when he suggested his client had romantic feelings for prosecutors’ star witness, Jonnie Williams Sr. It’s clear after the opening statements that the ﬁrst couples’ deteriorating marriage will be central to
their claims of innocence. The trial began with a federal prosecutor saying Bob McDonnell had a “duty not to sell the power and the inﬂuence of his ofﬁce to the highest bidder.” But Assistant U.S. Attorney Jessica Aber told jurors
D.C.’s Handgun Ruling Is on Hold Washington A federal judge on Tuesday put on hold his decision invalidating the District’s long-standing ban on carrying handguns in public places. The judge’s stay, in effect for 90 days, gives city officials and D.C. police ofﬁcers some breathing room to respond to a ruling that overturned the District’s primary gun-control law. Doxie McCoy, a spokeswoman for D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, said the stay “gives us time to pause, and to act.” She said the mayor will continue to work with the D.C.
Backstory A ruling last week by a U.S. District judge meant that thousands of city residents with registered handguns, in addition to legal gun owners from other states, could carry pistols in Washington. The D.C. law is unconstitutional, the judge ruled, because there is no process for issuing carry licenses to registered gun owners. (T WP)
Council “in terms of what legislation we need to put in. This is certainly welcome news.”
In his order on Tuesday, the judge gave the City Council until Oct. 22 to decide whether to enact new legislation “consistent with the court’s ruling.” D.C. Council Member Tommy Wells, chairman of the public safety committee, welcomed news of the stay. But he said it appears the District’s restrictions on carrying guns in public will cease to exist. “I doubt that we will be able to sustain a complete ban,” Wells said. “But we’re going to have to ﬁgure out what restrictions are permissible.” ANN E. MARIMOW AND PETER HERMANN (THE WASHINGTON POST )
The Power of Old Bay: Maryland’s Flying Dog Brewery released Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale, made with the cultishly popular spice blend, earlier this year. The brew proved so popular in the state that, for five weeks, the company shifted 65 percent of its production capacity to Dead Rise in order to meet the tremendous demand, CNBC reported. “We’re selling more Dead Rise just in the state of Maryland than we are with all our other 40-plus beers combined everywhere else,” said Jim Caruso, Flying Dog’s CEO. (E XPRESS)
that is exactly what he did. She said the former governor accepted more than $150,000 in cash, loans, vacations, golf and luxury goods from Williams in exchange for helping him peddle vitamin supplements. Bob and Maureen McDonnell are facing a 14-count public corruption indictment that charges them with lending the prestige of the governor’s ofﬁce to Williams in exchange for money and gifts. MAT T Z APOTOSK Y AND JUSTIN JOUVENAL (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Sales Tax Breaks for Md., Va. to Begin Region Back-to-school sales tax breaks return in August, giving shoppers in Maryland and Virginia several days in which to buy school supplies and other items without a tariff. In Virginia, the sales tax holiday begins Friday and continues for three days for shoes and clothing that cost less than $100 each. Many school and ofﬁce supplies costing less than $20 will also be exempt. There is no limit to the quantity of items, and they don’t have to be for school use. Maryland’s tax break runs from Aug. 10 and continues through Aug. 16 for shoes and clothing items costing $100 or less. The District of Columbia no longer offers a sales tax holiday. SUSAN SVRLUGA (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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Ebola Crisis Spreading Washington By the time Billy Fischer left the Ebola treatment center in Gueckedou, Guinea, early last month, he could complete the meticulous preparation routine in his sleep. First he donned the scrubs. Then he pulled on a pair of thick rubber boots that came up to his knees. Then he put on a body suit made of an impermeable material, two pairs of gloves, a face mask, an impermeable hood that covered his neck and — ﬁnally — goggles. In the tropical Guinea heat and humidity, it was suffocating. But it also kept him alive. “You lose about three to five liters of sweat, then you spend the next two hours hydrating before you go back in,” said Fischer, a critical care physician at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “It limits the care you can provide, but it saves your life.” Despite such extreme precautions, however, health workers in West Africa have been vulnerable to contracting Ebola. Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan, who was praised for treating the disease in Sierra Leone, died Tuesday. He had been hospitalized in quarantine. In neighboring Liberia, a top Ebola doctor died of the disease Saturday, and Kent Brantly — a Texas-trained doctor who has spent months treating Ebola patients — is ﬁghting for his own survival after contracting the virus. “I’m praying fervently that God will help me survive this disease,” Brantly wrote in an email Monday to Dr. David Mcray, the director of maternal-child health at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, where Brantly completed a
Why You May Want to Be Concerned About West Africa’s Outbreak The worst Ebola outbreak in history has put a number of countries in West Africa in lockdown, led to the deaths of nearly 700 people since February and brought new reports of doctors, including Americans, contracting the virus they are attempting to contain. The situation is undeniably scary. Here’s what you need to know. (T WP/AP)
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One of the continuing challenges is getting local populations to abide by the edicts of government authorities and foreign health workers. The WHO has repeatedly warned about the risk posed by mourners reclaiming the bodies of the deceased for traditional burial ceremonies. But in some cases, families have refused to hand over the bodies to officials. The hysteria caused by the spread of Ebola has also led to the spread of rumor and conspiracy theories. Angry crowds have accused foreigners of bringing the virus.
How does it spread? Through contact with the bodily fluids — such as saliva, sweat, blood and urine — of someone who is infected. There have also been incidents in which the disease has spread at funerals for victims. Public health officials deem an outbreak to be over only after 42 days have elapsed without any new cases, which is leading some to predict that the current crisis may last well into the autumn.
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Gloves and boots used by medical staff dry at a center for victims of Ebola in Gueckedou, Guinea.
Can Ebola be cured? There is no known vaccine or cure for the disease, but if caught early, it can be battled like other viruses such as influenza. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says supportive therapy such as administering liquids and electrolytes and maintaining the patients’ oxygen status and blood pressure can combat the virus. Doctors Without Borders said a strict quarantine while treating patients is essential to controlling outbreaks.
four-year residency. He also asked that prayers be extended for Nancy Writebol, an American co-worker who also has fallen ill with Ebola. Brantly’s prognosis is grave, Mcray said, and efforts to evacuate him for treatment have been thwarted because of concerns from the countries he would have to ﬂy over.
How bad is the current outbreak? Bad — very, very bad. It’s concentrated in three small West African states: Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, where reports of Ebola infections first emerged in February. The outbreak has claimed more than 670 lives.
Liberia’s health ministry is investigating how Brantly contracted the virus. “We’re trying to ﬁgure out what went wrong because he was always very careful,” said Tolbert Nyenswah, an assistant health minister in Monrovia. Still, colleagues and family members said Brantly, 33, knew of
So what can be done? Those who have contracted the virus and the medical personnel treating them need to be kept under strict quarantine. On Monday, Liberia sealed off most of its border crossings, and Nigeria has placed all entry points into the country on “red alert.” One airline said Tuesday it was temporarily halting flights to Monrovia, Liberia, and Freetown, Sierra Leone. The threat of the virus spreading beyond the region remains real. A patient may manifest symptoms of the virus between two days and three weeks after getting infected.
the risks associated with working in one of the world’s poorest countries during an epidemic and did not regret his choice. “Kent prepared himself to be a lifetime medical missionary,” said his mother, Jan Brantly. “His heart is in Africa.” ABBY PHILLIP (THE WASHINGTON POST) AND EMILY SCHMALL (AP)
Is there a threat to the United States? The wife and children of Kent Brantly, the infected U.S. physician, departed Liberia just days before Brantly fell ill. They are now in Abilene, Texas, and, while not subject to quarantine, are being monitored. Their return has sparked questions about whether they might introduce the virus to the U.S. The CDC has said that no cases of Ebola have been confirmed in the U.S. and the risk of it spreading to here was low, but it nevertheless issued a Level 2 health alert, advising U.S. health workers to be vigilant.
The number of staff members that Doctors Without Borders has responding to the outbreak. The aid group said its resources are stretched to the limit by the epidemic. (T WP)
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For Keenan Robinson, simply being on the field during training camp is enough of a victory. The linebacker was drafted from Texas in the fourth round in 2012, but injuries have stunted his growth. In Week 12 of the 2012 season, Robinson tore his right pectoral muscle, knocking him out for the year. And last year, on the ﬁrst day of training camp, Robinson tore his left pectoral muscle, ending his season before it began. Now fully healthy, the 6-foot3, 238-pound Robinson is ready to live up to his promise. “I’m trying to jump-start my career,” he said. “This year, hopefully I can learn something, do the best I can do and just play a role.” On paper, the Redskins are counting on Robinson to be more than a role player. Most observers have Robinson slotted as the team’s starting middle linebacker, stepping into the very large shoes of London Fletcher, who ended his stellar career after the 2013 season. That’s a huge challenge for a player with just 11 career tackles under his belt, but Robinson’s speed, skill and smarts make him a solid candidate to start. “If you look at what we were doing last year, we had no strengths,” safety Ryan Clark said. “That’s why you have a faster Keenan Robinson now that gets the opportunity to
Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson, center, hits a blocking sled during a drill at training camp in Richmond.
replace London Fletcher.” Robinson was glad to apprentice under Fletcher, using the veteran as a model for how to prepare his mind and body for the NFL, even as he recovered from his injuries. “From him, I learned how to be a professional,” Robinson said of Fletcher. “I learned how he approached the game, practice and meetings. Basically, how to prepare for the game in ways that other guys don’t — getting a head start on your opponent when game time comes.”
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Robinson, who has been paired at inside linebacker with Perry Riley during practice, is responsible for calling the defensive signals, a role he has experience with. “I don’t mind that. I did that in college,” he said. “That’s part of
being the inside backer.” Robinson may be an unproven commodity, but he’s eager to show what he can do as Washington aims to revamp its defense and become a more aggressive unit. “I feel more excitement than pressure,” he said. “I’m excited because I haven’t played football in a year and a half. So to be out here, I just love it. I love practicing every day, I love the meetings. It allows me to do something I love to do, and with being sidelined, I’m now thankful for every second of it.” ELLIOT T SMITH (FOR E XPRESS)
Top Seed Goes Down in First Round at Citi Open: Top-seeded Lucie Safarova, left, of the Czech Republic lost to France’s Kristina Mladenovic in the first round of the Citi Open on Tuesday. Mladenovic rallied for a 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory against the Wimbledon semifinalist. She will face American qualifier Taylor Townsend in the second round. No. 2 seed Ekaterina Makarova of Russia cruised to a 6-1, 6-1 victory against two-time defending champion Magadalena Rybarikova of Slovakia. Rybarikova had won her last 10 matches in the tournament. No. 5 seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova moved into the second round with a 6-2, 6-2 win over France’s Virginie Razzano. Pavlyuchenkova next faces Japanese qualifier Hiroko Kuwata. On the men’s side, Americans Sam Querrey and Steve Johnson each advanced with straightset victories. Querrey beat countryman Michael Russell 6-4, 6-3, and Johnson eliminated Australia’s James Duckworth with a 6-3, 7-6 (4) win. (AP)
NBA Byron Scott is taking over the Los Angeles Lakers with the vocal support of his fellow Showtime greats. Magic Johnson, Kareem AbdulJabbar and Jamaal Wilkes attended Tuesday’s introductory news conference for Scott, the 25th coach in franchise history. Scott boldly predicted a quick return to NBA title contention for the Lakers, who are coming off their worst season since moving to Los Angeles. The Lakers spent nearly three months without a coach before finally hiring Scott, a shooting guard on three Showtime championship teams in the 1980s. Scott has been a head coach with New Jersey, New Orleans and Cleveland. But the Lakers have always been the ideal job for the Inglewood, Calif., product who grew up sneaking into the Forum to watch Jerry West. GREG BEACHAM (AP)
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the NCAA-funded tests to gauge the extent of neurological injuries could establish grounds for doing that. The settlement applies to all men and women who participated in basketball, football, ice hockey, soccer, wrestling, ﬁeld hockey and lacrosse. Those who’ve played at any time over the past half-century or more at one of the more than 1,000 NCAA member schools qualify for the medical exams. Tuesday’s ﬁling serves as notice to the federal judge overseeing the case the parties struck a deal after nearly a year of negotiations, which Joseph Siprut, the lead plaintiffs’ attorney who spearheaded talks with the NCAA, said were sometimes tough. “I wouldn’t say these changes solve the safety problems, but they do reduce the risks,” he said. “It’s changed college sports forever.” The NCAA, which admits no wrongdoing in the settlement and has denied understating the dangers of concussions, hailed the settlement. MICHAEL TARM (AP)
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Edsall: ‘You Win Games Up Front’ Maryland coach puts emphasis on lines for first year in Big Ten College Football Questions related to the Maryland football program’s transition to the Big Ten continued to bombard coach Randy Edsall on Tuesday morning, the second of conference media days, and he took them all in stride at the Hilton Chicago. Just being in this room, Edsall could feel that his team was experiencing a new culture, he said. But whether Maryland is entering a new culture on the ﬁeld is an entirely different question. Some of the conference’s coaches and players believe the league is still founded on “three yards and a cloud of dust,” while others insist that archetype has long been a misconception, one largely based on school location and Midwestern values. “Maybe in one conference there’s more people that will spread you out as opposed to more teams that will maybe line up in two tight ends
“We love being powerful. That’s our conference as a whole, and I think [the Terps] understand that.” — W ISCONSIN’S MELV IN GORDON , ONE OF THE COUNTRY’S TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS, SAID OF MARYLAND
and one back and do those sorts of things,” Edsall said. “But there’s only so many things you can do.” The evolution of the spread offense has seeped into most college football teams over the past two decades, but Edsall noted Tuesday that whether Maryland is playing in the ACC or the Big Ten, physical fronts still help teams win consistently. Edsall said Tuesday that he thinks that physical play is “for the most part” at the core of the Big Ten. “You win games up front with the offensive and defensive lines. So you have to make sure you’re sound and solid there.” ROMAN STUBBS ( THE WASHINGTON POST )
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because of comments about domestic abuse suggesting that women should make sure they don’t provoke attacks. Smith has apologized for the comments that were made last Friday during an on-air discussion about NFL running back Ray Rice’s suspension for assaulting his fiancee. (AP)
Derrick Rose says he feels old. The 25-year-old point guard’s rigorous play on Monday during the U.S. basketball team’s ﬁrst practice dictated otherwise. “I was joking with Kyle Korver, I told him ‘I’m getting old, man. I’ve got to stretch, I’ve got to use rollers and stuff.’ He looked at me kind of weird,” Rose said laughingly. “But I feel a lot more mature. I’ve been preparing for this for a long time. I’ve dedicated my whole summer to this. I think I’ve sacriﬁced a lot for this moment.” Rose, the Chicago Bulls star who is coming off two knee injuries that kept him out for much of the past two seasons, said he played roughly nine minutes of the team’s scrimmage during a two-hour practice. He added he was excited about how he felt physically. Coach Mike Krzyzewski was
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Derrick Rose played 10 games last season for the Bulls because of a knee injury.
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season before his year was ended by a torn meniscus in his right knee. “I work out a couple hours a day [and] I know how much work I’ve put into this; I’m just excited to be here,” Rose said. “Going out there competing and having fun, to tell you the truth, just having fun, I think that’s the key.” W.G. RAMIREZ (AP)
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Comedy Central’s “The Meltdown With Jonah and Kumail” isn’t just a TV show. It’s a backstage pass to one of Los Angeles’ most popular comedy shows. Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani (“Silicon Valley”) created “The Meltdown” (12:30 a.m. Wednesdays) by doing just what they’ve been doing each week for four years: hosting a loose, experimental stand-up showcase in the back of a comic book shop. For the most part, TV’s “Meltdown” is a By Rudi shortened version of Greenberg the live show: Ray and Nanjiani tell jokes and talk to the audience, followed by short stand-up sets. What makes the TV show different is that cameras follow the action backstage as the comics hang out, talk shop and plan their sets. In the premiere, Moshe Kasher does a bit where a plant in the audience heckles him into miming like a clown. It’s a bizarre piece of performance art, but, in the context of “The Meltdown,” it works. When he’s done, a camera follows Kasher off-stage, where he’s greeted by the show’s producer, Nanjiani’s wife Emily Gordon. “That was everything I hoped it would be and more,” Gordon says. She might as well have been talking about the show itself. For more of Rudi’s comedy musings, follow him on Twitter: @rudigreenberg.
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers return to their bluesy rock roots on “Hypnotic Eye.”
Back With a Vengeance Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ new release proves classic can still be refreshing Album Review Tom Petty isn’t singing about himself on his new tune, “Forgotten Man,” but he can’t be blamed for thinking like that. The music world has moved on from the days when Tom Petty and his Heartbreakers were among its leaders. So what to do? They can give up, go country, become a walk-
ing jukebox or stand and ﬁght. They’ve decided to take a stand, based on the evidence of this stunning new disc. “Hypnotic Eye” is testament to the enduring power of blues-based rock ’n’ roll. The Heartbreakers are among the best rock bands still working, and this disc is the type of showcase it hasn’t had for decades. Mike Campbell’s ﬂuid guitar, Benmont Tench’s unparalleled keyboards, Ron Blair’s surprisingly melodic bass and Steve Ferrone’s drums — it’s a veteran band that plays with confidence and precision. Petty brings the songs,
h o o k- l a d e n and ﬁller-free, spea k ing to t he st r ivers a nd d re a mers who have always made up his audience. The sound is classic but never dated. Were this the summer of 1984, “Fault Lines,” “Red River,” “Forgotten Man” and “Sins of My Youth” would be constants on the radio. It’s no fault of his that time and trends are different now. You’d be wise, however, not to forget Tom Petty. DAVID BAUDER (AP)
Rock Revival Tom Petty says he hasn’t lost hope that young people will restore rock music to its former glory. “I’m encountering a lot of young people who want to play instruments and play rock, and they have a vast library at their fingertips,” Petty told USA Today. But he remains dumbfounded by the popularity of EDM. “Watch people play records?” he says. “That’s stupid.” (E XPRESS)
Farewell to FreeFest: A spokeswoman for Virgin Mobile USA announced Tuesday that FreeFest, which has taken place at the Merriweather Post Pavilion since 2009, will not return in 2014. In a statement, the company wrote that it would instead make a direct donation to the Sasha Bruce RE*Generation House, the Southeast Washington home for homeless young adults. Virgin did not say whether the festival will return next year. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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would be a fat, sweaty, albeit hilarious picture of me,” he said. “It was not what I wanted people to be seeing if I was going to be in contention for these roles.” In “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Pratt stars as a cocksure space adventurer who unw it tingly becomes the target of an intergalactic manhunt. For Marvel, it’s a lesser-known comic-book property with a more comic, off-kilter story. (Bradley Cooper voices a digitally rendered raccoon.)
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“Don’t underestimate the power of a passionate pack of teenage girls.” — DODAI STEWART AT JEZEBEL.COM
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