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Cardboard Cop Quits Force, Blames Low Pay, No Respect As part of an effort to cut crime at a Boston-area transportation hub, transit police placed a cardboard cutout of burly police officer David Silen in the bicycle cage. Police say the fake cop, along with video cameras and a new lock, has cut bike thefts by 67 percent. It’s also saved an estimated $200,000 a year — the amount it would cost to have an actual officer at the Alewife MBTA subway and bus station in Cambridge. (AP) MONIKERS

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Childhood Obesity Rates Fall in 18 States But health officials report that numbers are still too high Atlanta For many years, doctors have been wringing their hands as more and more U.S. children grow fat. Now, that may be changing, with the first evidence of a national decline in childhood obesity. In 18 states, there were at least slight drops in obesity for low-

income preschoolers, health officials said Tuesday. After decades on the rise, recent childhood obesity rates have essentially been flat. A few places — Philadelphia, New York City and Mississippi — reported improvements in the past couple of years. But the report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows signs of wider-ranging progress. “Now, for the first time, we’re seeing a significant decrease in childhood obesity” nationally, said Dr. Thomas Frieden, CDC director.

But rates are still too high, he added. One in 8 preschoolers is obese in the U.S., and it’s even more common in black and Hispanic kids. “It’s not like we’re out of the woods,” he said Tuesday. Obesity continues to be one of the nation’s leading public health problems — health officials call it a long-standing epidemic. A third of U.S. children and teens and more than two-thirds of adults are obese or overweight. Tuesday’s study used height and

How the States Rate The biggest declines of childhood obesity rates were in Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey and South Dakota. Each saw their obesity numbers fall at least 1 percentage point. Other states showing improvement: California, Iowa, Idaho, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico and Washington. Ten states were not included. (AP)

Military Combat, Suicide Link Refuted Study: Depression, alcohol connected to 349 Chicago Combat appears to have little or no influence on suicide rates among U.S. troops and veterans, according to a military study that challenges the conventional thinking about war’s effects on the psyche. Depression and other types of mental illness, alcohol problems and being male — strong risk factors for suicide among civilians — were all linked to self-inflicted deaths among current and former members of the military. But the researchers found deployment and combat did not raise the risk. “The findings from this study are not consistent with the assumption that specific deployment-related characteristics, such as length of deployment, number of deployments or combat experiences, are directly associated” with suicides, the authors wrote. The results echo smaller studies focusing on a specific branch of the military, but this is the first to look at a sampling from the entire mil-

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The number of suicides last year among active-duty troops — the most since 2001 — according to Pentagon data. The suicide rate in the general population also increased in recent years, to almost 18 per 100,000 in 2010, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association. (AP)

itary population, said lead author Cynthia LeardMann, a researcher with the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego. More than 145,000 people from all branches took part, including active-duty service members, reservists and retirees, and they were followed from 2001 to 2008, a period in which the U.S. waged wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The findings were published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. David Rudd, scientific director for the nonprofit National Center for Veterans Studies, said the study provides only a snapshot and doesn’t answer whether combat exposure increases the lifetime risk of suicide. LINDSEY TANNER (AP)

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weight measurements from nearly 12 million low-income children in 40 states. The data was collected from 2008 through 2011. Most of the children ages 2 to 4 were enrolled in the federal Women, Infants and Children program, which provides food vouchers and other services. It’s harder to get national data on preschoolers of more affluent families, so it’s not clear if the trend applies to all young children. But experts note that low-income kids tend to be heavier. MIKE STOBBE (AP)

‘He Is With Angels’ Christine Swidorsky carries her son and best man, Logan Stevenson, 2, down the aisle Saturday on her way to marry her husband-to-be, Sean Stevenson, in Jeannette, Pa. Logan, who was diagnosed shortly after his first birthday with acute myeloid leukemia, died Monday night in her arms, Christine Swidorsky Stevenson said. On her Facebook page, she wrote, “He is with angels and he’s in no more pain.” After learning late last month that Logan had two to three weeks to live, the couple nixed an original wedding date of July 2014 so Logan could see them marry and be part of family photos. (AP)

Matters of the Heart Former President George W. Bush successfully underwent a heart procedure in Dallas on Tuesday after doctors discovered a blockage in an artery during his annual physical, Bush spokesman Freddy Ford said. Bush, 67, is expected to be discharged today. “He is grateful to the skilled medical professionals who have cared for him,” Ford said. “And he encourages us all to get our regular check-ups.” (AP)

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning’s possible sentence for disclosing classified information through WikiLeaks was trimmed from 136 years to 90 years Tuesday by a military judge who said some of his offenses were closely related. The ruling was largely a victory for defense attorneys, who had argued for an 80-year maximum. (AP) WASHINGTON

NOAA Study: Signs of Climate Change Continue The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in a massive federal study said Tuesday that the world in 2012 sweltered with continued signs of climate change. Rising sea levels, snow melt, heat buildup in the oceans and melting Arctic sea ice and Greenland ice sheets all broke or nearly broke records, but temperatures only sneaked into the top 10. (AP) WASHINGTON

Defense Furloughs Cut Defense officials said the Pentagon was able to identify about $1.5 billion in new savings and moved Tuesday to cut the mandatory, unpaid furloughs that civilian employees have had to bear because of budgetary pressures from 11 to six. (AP)


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Hasan: I Was the Shooter Suspect tells jurors he killed 13 in 2009 Fort Hood massacre Fort Hood, Texas Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan fired the last of 146 bullets in his assault on Fort Hood, then walked outside where he met two civilians who asked about the commotion and the laser-sighted pistol in his hand. Hasan told one person not to worry. He assured the other it was just a training exercise and the gun shot only paint. He let both live. But moments earlier, dozens of uniformed soldiers received no mercy from Hasan, military prosecutors said Tuesday as the Army psychiatrist’s long-delayed trial began. Hasan planned the assault for months, prosecutor Col. Steve Henricks said, describing how Hasan stockpiled bullets, practiced at a shooting range and bought an extender kit for his pistol. Acting as his own attorney, Hasan, who admits to killing 13 people and wounding 32 others in the 2009 attack, matter-of-factly told a jury of 13 officers that he

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What’s Next Over the next several weeks, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan is expected to question witnesses, many of whom will be among the more than 30 people who were wounded in the Fort Hood attack in 2009, plus dozens of others who were inside the post’s Soldier Readiness Processing Center at the time of the attack. (AP)

was the gunman. “The evidence will clearly show that I am the shooter,” he said, calm-

Most Don’t Want Extra-Long Life Washington Ninety birthdays maybe, but not 120: Americans hope to stretch out life expectancy another decade or so, but they’re ambivalent, even skeptical, about a fountain of youth. A new poll by the Pew Research Center released Tuesday explores attitudes about a scientific quest: Creating treatments that one day might slow the aging process. Scientists already can extend the life span of certain laboratory animals — mice, worms, flies — with various techniques. They’ve also tried with monkeys, although the evidence in that species is mixed. But there’s no way to know if there ever will be some type of

Methuselah pill for humans. But with the field growing, Pew took the public’s pulse and found that 56 percent of Americans wouldn’t want a treatment that would let them live to 120 — although two-thirds expect most other people would want to try such a step, said the report. What is the ideal life span? To most Americans, it’s between 79 and 100; the median answer was 90 years, Pew reported. In the U.S., a child born today can expect to live 78.7 years. Women’s life expectancy is longer, 81 years, than men’s, 76.2. The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.9 percentage points. (AP)

ly delivering an opening statement. His only utterance of regret was toward his religion for being among the “imperfect Muslims trying to establish the perfect religion.” “I apologize for any mistakes I made in this endeavor,” said Hasan, an American-born 42-year-old who was paralyzed after being shot by officers responding to the attack. If convicted, Hasan faces the death penalty. He wanted to plead guilty to murder and attempted murder, but military rules forbid guilty pleas in death-penalty cases. NOMAAN MERCHANT AND PAUL J. WEBER (AP)

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Americans Ordered to Evacuate Yemen Yemen was thrust back into the forefront of the international fight against terrorism Tuesday when the U.S. and Britain evacuated embassy staff because of a threatened attack, a suspected U.S. drone killed four alleged members of al-Qaeda, and militants shot down a Yemeni army helicopter. As Westerners f lew out of the country, Yemeni authorities launched a wide investigation into the al-Qaeda threat to multiple potential targets in the impoverished Arab nation. Security officials said they believed the terror network was seeking retaliation for a U.S.-backed military offensive that has dealt serious setbacks

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to the terror network’s most active branch, including the death earlier this year of its No. 2 leader. The Yemeni army, meanwhile, surrounded foreign installations, government offices and the airport with tanks and troops in the nation’s capital, Sanaa, as well as the strategic Bab al-Mandeb straits at the entrance to the Red Sea in the southern Arabian Peninsula The State Department ordered nonessential personnel at the U.S. Embassy to leave the country, in addition to the continued closures of 18 diplomatic posts in other locations in the Mideast and Africa. The department said in a travel warning that it had ordered the departures “due to the continued potential for terrorist attacks,” adding that U.S. citizens should leave immediately because of an “extremely high” threat level. Britain’s Foreign Office also said it has evacuated all staff from its

U.S. and U.K. citizens in Yemen make an unexpected trip out of the country Tuesday.

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Python Blamed in Deaths of 2 Boys Toronto A 100-pound python blamed in the strangling deaths of two Canadian boys apparently escaped from its enclosure, slithered through a ventilation system and fell through the ceiling into the room where the young brothers were sleeping, authorities said Tuesday. A snake expert said it was possible that the python was spooked and simply clung to whatever it landed on. Police are treating the deaths in Campbellton, New Brunswick, as a criminal investigation. Autopsies on Noah Barthe, 5, and his brother Connor Barthe, 7, were being performed Tuesday. The brothers had been visiting the apartment of a friend whose father owned an exotic pet store on the floor below, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sgt. Alain Tremblay said at a news conference in Campbellton. Tremblay said the African rock python was being kept inside

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the second-floor apartment. Steve Benteau, a spokesman for the provincial Natural Resources Department, said the province wasn’t aware the python was being kept at the apartment. The department said the snake is generally only permitted in accredited zoos. The pet-store owner, JeanClaude Savoie, told the Global News television station he discovered the “horrific scene” when he went into the room Monday morning. “I can’t believe this is real,” Savoie said. ROB GILLIES (AP)

Mideast diplomat said the closures were triggered by the interception of a secret message about plans for a major terror attack.

Yemen has been the site of numerous anti-U.S. attacks, including the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in Aden harbor, which killed 17 Americans. In 2008, al-Qaeda attacked the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, killing one. Western embassies were locked up in 2010, days after the foiled plot on Christmas Day in which a passenger on a Detroitbound plane tried to detonate explosives. The Obama administration alleged the suspect was trained by the al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen. (AP)

Yemeni investigators looking into the threat said they believe the motive was retaliation for the killing of Saudi-born Saeed al-Shihri, who was critically wounded in a November drone strike and later died of his wounds, al-Qaeda acknowledged. AHMED AL-HAJ (AP)

Egypt Balks at U.S. Mediation Cairo Two U.S. senators urged Egypt’s military-backed government to release detained members of the Muslim Brotherhood before starting negotiations with the group, warning of worsening relations “if Egypt is not moving to democracy.” But Egypt’s interim presidency denounced “foreign pressure” in a sign of its growing impatience with international mediations. Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham spoke after meeting with top leaders in Cairo as part of a flurry of international efforts to resolve a standoff between the government and supporters of the ousted president, Mohammed Morsi. McCain said, “We urge the

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sever the relationship. Some want to suspend the aid,” he said, adding “we can’t support Egypt that is not moving to democracy.” Top Egyptian officials said reconciliation is a priority but only after the Brotherhood renounces violence, citing sectarian clashes in southern Egypt. MAGGIE MICHAEL (AP)

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Is Single-Tracking Gone? No, but Metro has changed its weekend track-work system Washington Metro riders are noticing that the announcements about weekend work contain fewer references to “single-tracking.” But that’s not because of a decline in the number of work zones where trains must share tracks. Two things are happening: First, Metro is trying harder to communicate the information about the disruptions in a way riders can understand. And second,

Meanwhile … Metro is preparing for a big day on Aug. 24, when many thousands of additional Saturday riders will take trains to reach 50th anniversary events for the March on Washington. Weekend maintenance work originally scheduled for the Orange and Red lines has been canceled in anticipation of the crowds. Track work still is scheduled but will affect service at just two stations: Greenbelt on the Green Line and Franconia-Springfield on the Blue Line. (T WP)

the track-work system for weekends has changed. Announcements used to say that there would be single-tracking between Station A and Station B, so anticipate delays of X minutes through the work zone. It was difficult to figure out how long a trip would take. Now, Metro tends to say more simply that trains all along a line will run every however many minutes. Metrorail increased the space between trains, so, if the plan works, there should no longer be delays where trains line up for their turns on the track. Once you board, you should encounter no delay.

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Mei Xiang, shown at the Smithsonian National Zoo in 2006, may be pregnant. WASHINGTON

New Signs Indicate Panda May Be Pregnant The Smithsonian’s National Zoo says its female giant panda is showing behavioral changes and is focused on building her nest as animal keepers watch for a possible pregnancy. A Chinese panda expert performed artificial inseminations on Mei Xiang on March 30 after she failed to breed naturally with male panda Tian Tian. (AP)

Bolling endorses a $250 cap on gifts to elected officials Richmond

Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling has endorsed a new $250 cap on gifts to elected officials, one of a series of detailed proposals Bolling unveiled Tuesday in response to an ongoing controversy over gifts accepted by Virginia’s other two statewide officer holders. In a statement, Bolling said a “series of unfortunate events” in recent months had revealed deficiencies in state laws regarding the acceptance and disclosure of gifts. He did not allude directly to

Cuccinelli’s Call Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli finds himself at odds with two of the state’s most powerful Republican leaders who are rejecting his call for a special legislative session this fall to overhaul Virginia’s porous ethics laws. Cuccinelli, the state attorney general, called for the special session Monday and has since voiced disappointment that Gov. Bob McDonnell and House Speaker Bill Howell have rebuffed his idea. In a statement, leaders of the Republican-led House of Delegates said they support legal changes but believe the issue is best addressed during the 2014 regular session. (AP/ T WP)

Gov. Bob McDonnell, a longtime ally whose family accepted $145,000 in payments from a wealthy political supporter, nor to Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, a sometimes foe who took $18,000 in gifts from the same donor. But Bolling said “the confidence of the people of Virginia in

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Virginia State Alcohol Beverage Control employees received more than $50,000 in gifts and entertainment from the alcohol industry from 2008 to 2011, including tickets to NASCAR races and football games, a review found. While the majority of the gifts were for travel to national conferences, at least one lawmaker is questioning whether agency officials should take gifts from the industry. (AP) ANNAPOLIS

In a bid to avoid jail time, Maryland Del. Donald Dwyer Jr. pleaded guilty Tuesday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court to a drunken boating charge stemming from a collision last year that injured seven people. It will be up to a visiting judge to decide in October whether to accept the plea deal that Dwyer reached with prosecutors. At the time of the accident, the delegate’s blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit, according to the charges brought in the case. (TWP)

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members or those received from personal friends do not have to be disclosed. In addition to a new gift cap, Bolling proposed extending disclosure requirements to off icials’ spouses and dependent children. R O S A L I N D S . H E L D E R M A N (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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their state government has been eroded” and can only be restored through “immediate action.” Under current Virginia law, considered among the most lax in the nation, elected officials must only annually disclose gifts they receive worth more than $50. Gifts to spouses or immediate family

“We can achieve more in August, than we are likely to achieve in January.”

DONALD TRUMP’S real estate company has completed a $200 million deal on a 60-year lease agreement on the Old Post Office building, shown in 2012. The deal was signed Monday night after a Congressional review period finished. The building will be converted into a mixed-use development.

The Maryland prison gang leader who bragged about taking control of a state-run jail admitted his role Tuesday directing a drug-smuggling operation. In one phone call recorded by investigators, gang leader Tavon White said he made more than $15,000 during a slow month behind bars. He faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. In pleading guilty to one count of racketeering, White also indicat-

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Post’s Future Looking Up? Jeff Bezos’ bold résumé hints at innovations ahead for the newspaper

Local Leaders Mixed on Sale

Can Jeff Bezos save The Washington Post? Experts say the Amazon.com founder and CEO who revolutionized the retail business seems up for the challenge, raising hope that his $250 million purchase of The Post will provide the newspaper industry with a template for making the leap from the printed page to digital devices. Although Bezos is buying The Post with his own money, most experts predict he will tether the newspaper to Amazon.com Inc.’s products. He might also infuse the newspaper with some of the concepts that helped turn the Seattle company from an online bookstore into a multidimensional business. While Bezos made clear in a letter Monday to Post employees that he has no magic formula for turning the paper around, his leadership at Amazon suggests that he might push The Post to try things that other newspapers steeped in tradition have never dared attempt. “Ever since he was a little kid, it got deeply ingrained into Jeff that experimentation is the answer to everything,” said Hal Gregerson, who interviewed Bezos for his 2011 book, “The Innovator’s DNA.” It’s impossible to predict the ideas Bezos might explore, partly because reviving the Post will probably take years to pull off. Experts are floating a host of ideas. Bezos could, for instance, deploy the technology that Amazon uses to make recommendations to consumers to enable the Post to automatically tailor digital news

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Washington

Some believe that Jeff Bezos’ purchase of The Washington Post will better position the paper in an increasingly digital age.

packages to each reader’s interests. He might impose more fees to read the Post’s content online while bundling free subscriptions as part of Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet or its “Prime” service. He could even include special offers in the printed edition to deliver merchandise ordered through Amazon.com. Chief among Bezos’ experiments that have paid off is how Amazon has pushed the publishing industry toward a digital business model. Amazon began selling e-books in 2007 and unveiled the Kindle e-reading device that same year. By 2011, Amazon said its books for Kindle readers surpassed its print sales.

4.3%

The amount shares of The Washington Post Co. rose Tuesday, the first day of trading after the announcement of the sale of The Post and its affiliates. The stock rose from $568.70 to $593 and went as high as $605.18, a nearly fiveyear high for the corporation, which counts the Kaplan testprep company and Cable One TV business as its two biggest profit-drivers. (E XPRESS)

Amazon also has a trove of consumer data, including reading and shopping habits and credit-card information. The company was a pioneer in targeting products to customers based on previous purchases. Clark Fredricksen, vice president at EMarketer, said “the opportunity is definitely there” for Bezos to leverage Amazon’s data for use in new endeavors, like The Post. How much Bezos will use his Amazon experiences is unclear. “Jeff is not coming in with a plan,” said Post Chairman and CEO Don Graham. “Jeff knows how to get people together to develop successful changes in what we do.”

The sale of The Post to Amazon .com founder Jeff Bezos rocked the world of journalism, but it was also a shock to the community where it’s published. The hometown newspaper of the nation’s capital is no longer locally owned. The Graham family, which has controlled the paper since 1933, has been known for engagement in local affairs, pushing especially for urban renewal and education reform. While some local leaders seem saddened by the sale to an outsider, feelings are mixed with hope that Bezos — who plans to stay in Seattle — will protect the paper’s traditions.

“You don’t have to live here, but you have to have policies that are supportive of the community.” — D.C. COUNCIL MEMBER

MARION BA RRY

— JOHN MORTON OF MORTON RESEARCH INC., WHO DETAILED THE VALUE OF THE WASHINGTON POST BRAND. DESPITE DECLINING

“I was not prepared to see my hometown newspaper … sold to somebody from across the other side of the world,” said Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D.C.’s longtime congressional representative. D.C. Council member Jack Evans said he understood the financial imperatives behind the sale but called it “terribly sad to see yet another Washington institution pass from local hands to outside hands. “I’ve seen Garfinckel’s go. I’ve seen Woodies go,” he said, referring to bygone downtown retailers. “Riggs Bank, People’s Drug Store — one institution after another.” Council member Marion Barry said he hoped Bezos will make a commitment to the region. “He has to become editorially, and in other ways, part of the community.”

NEWSPAPER REVENUE, THE POST STILL SELLS ALMOST HALF A MILLION PRINT EDITIONS A DAY.

(AP/THE WASHINGTON POST)

(AP AND BLOOMBERG NEWS)

“It’s read by everyone in the federal government from the president on down. It’s really an enormous presence in the Washington market. There aren’t very many newspapers that have that kind of standing.”


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Stewart Has Surgery After Crash NASCAR Tony Stewart underwent successful surgery Tuesday to repair the broken right tibia and fibula suffered in a sprint car race in Iowa. Stewart, who remained hospitalized, will need a second surgery. There was no timetable for his return. Stewart-Haas racing named Max Papis as the substitute driver in the No. 14 for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Watkins Glen. Papis has made 35 career Sprint Cup starts. Stewart was leading the 30-lap feature in a 360 winged sprint car with five laps remaining Monday night when a lapped car spun in Turn 4 and collected Stewart and two others. The crash came a day after Stewart finished ninth in the NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway. He’s 11th in the Sprint Cup standings with five races to go until the Chase for the championship field is set. (AP)

TV Lineup MLB (8 P.M., ESPN) Ricky Nolasco has allowed three runs or fewer in each of his five starts since being traded to the Dodgers. The righthander will pitch against the Cardinals, who will throw Shelby Miller (11-7, 2.89 ERA).

GREG FIUME (GETTY IMAGES)

Tony Stewart is loaded into an ambulance after Monday’s wreck.

Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos missed stints in April and May, as well as all of June, because of a lingering hamstring injury, but he’s been back and healthy since July 4.

Ramos’ Bat Catching Fire His recent surge has led to him moving up in Nats’ batting order Nationals The Nationals could have used Wilson Ramos’ recent offensive surge much sooner. But Ramos missed stints in April and May, as well as all of June, because of a lingering hamstring injury suffered early in the season. Finally healthy, the catcher has been one of Washington’s most consistent hitters. Before Tuesday’s game against Atlanta, Ramos had a hit in eight of his previous 10 games, batting .324 with three home runs and seven RBIs in that span.

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On Deck

Since coming back from injury on July 4, Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos has been hitting at a remarkable rate. Here are his numbers during those 21 games played and how they would extrapolate to 162 games. (E XPRESS)

Since July 4* Per 162 games

BA .320 .320

H 24 186

R 9 70

HRs 5 39

RBIs 18 139

OPS .906 .906

*Through Monday’s game

Against the Mets on July 28, Ramos hit his first career grand slam in a 14-1 blowout win. He rocketed a pitch over the left-field wall and into the opposing team’s bullpen. The Nationals were able to retrieve the ball so Ramos could keep it as a collectible. “I was waiting for something in the zone,” Ramos said. “I was waiting for a good pitch and got it. I made good contact. I wasn’t look-

ing for a homer, but it happened.” Since returning to the lineup on July 4, Ramos has played in only three games that the Nationals lost by more than two runs. In Monday’s 3-2 loss to Atlanta, Ramos moved up to the cleanup spot because right fielder Jayson Werth (groin injury) didn’t start. Ramos responded with two singles in four at-bats. Manager Davey Johnson has

Today K. Medlen 8-10, 3.85 ERA

7:05 P.M. MASN2

J. Zimmermann 13-6, 3.06 ERA

tinkered with the lineup all season to spark his club. With Ramos’ bat catching fire, his move up in the lineup could become permanent. Before Tuesday’s games, the Nationals were 13½ games out of the NL East. With less than two months remaining in the regular season, Washington’s sights will turn to earning one of the two available wild-card spots. Ramos could be a key for the team’s postseason hopes. “You have to respond with bats,” Ramos said. “Hopefully we will do it for the rest of the season.” JASON BUT T (FOR E XPRESS)

Jordan Zimmermann’s ERA since the All-Star break. The Nationals right-hander allowed no runs in six innings of work in his most recent start vs. the Brewers, but gave up 12 runs in the previous two starts. Zimmermann will start tonight’s game against the Braves, who have scored the most runs in the majors since the break. (E XPRESS)


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At 38, linebacker still model of consistency on Redskins’ defense

“The training staff does a great job of working with me, and the coaches do a great job of monitoring my reps and things like that.”

Redskins

— LONDON FLE TCHER

AVI CREDITOR (FOR E XPRESS)

Cooper Returns After 4 Days Off NFL

translates into nearly 2,000 confrontations with running backs, tight ends and quarterbacks — and not a single impact that caused him to miss the next game. “London has been amazing,”

W ide receiver R i le y Cooper returned to the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday after a four-day excused absence to undergo sensitivity training after he was caught on film yelling a racial slur before a Kenny Chesney concert. Cooper seemed remorseful during an eight-minute news conference with the media after the Eagles and New England Patriots began what will be a threeday practice routine before Friday night’s preseason opener. “It’s great to be back doing what I love to do: play football,” Cooper said. “I realize being in the NFL you have responsibility to behave on and off the field.” (AP)

Must Mark Magee

Impact of New Faces

Winner Heads West

Big Invite at Stake

Mike Magee has been a difference maker since he was acquired by Chicago from Los Angeles in exchange for the rights to Robbie Rogers at the end of May. He leads MLS with 14 goals; eight of them have come in his 10 league games with the club. He has added three more goals in Chicago’s run to the Open Cup semifinals. Magee scored goals in each of Chicago’s two wins over D.C. United this season.

Luis Silva, Conor Doyle and Jared Jeffrey are part of the up-andcoming generation of United, and all three recent acquisitions made their presence felt over the weekend in United’s best performance of the season. They each scored in a 3-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday, a game that marked United’s first multigoal effort in a league game since a 3-2 loss to Philadelphia on April 21.

Portland and Real Salt Lake won a coin toss held at U.S. Soccer headquarters in Chicago that determined who would host the final, meaning that the winner of the D.C. United-Chicago matchup will be headed west for the U.S. Open Cup championship game. If it is in Portland, it will be held on Sept. 24 at Jeld-Wen Field. If Real Salt Lake wins, the final would not be played until Oct. 1 at Rio Tinto Stadium.

It’s crazy to think that D.C. United, which is in last place in MLS with a 3-15-4 record, could find itself in next year’s CONCACAF Champions League — the premiere intercontinental competition in the region. But the club is just two victories away, with the winner of the U.S. Open Cup automatically entered into the 2014-15 CCL. D.C. United last appeared in the competition in the 2009-10 season.

Redskins linebacker London Fletcher has not missed a game in his career.

serious shoulder injuries. He might not play at all this season. Fletcher’s streak is now at 240, the longest among active players in the NFL. He’s been credited with 1,321 tackles and 608 assists, which

GETTY IMAGES PHOTOS

United’s Chance At a Title D.C. United’s season has been a bit of an unexpected disaster, but there remains a chance for the club to salvage some glory and do something it hasn’t done since 2008: lift a trophy. United will play at the Chicago Fire in the semifinals of the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup tonight. Here are some storylines for United’s showdown with the Fire.

Riley Cooper practiced Tuesday.

Griffin said. Fletcher is now 38, back for another year captaining the Redskins’ defense as an inside linebacker. It wasn’t a sure thing that he would make it back this time. There were times last year when he couldn’t practice because of injuries. Then he kept silent for a while after the end of the season and waited until he had ankle and elbow surgeries to proclaim that, no, he never seriously considered retirement. “It’s just something where you get up every day and go to work and don’t think about it,” Fletcher said. “It’s pretty much how I go about my business.” JOSEPH WHITE (AP)

STEVE HELBER (AP)

Look at London Fletcher’s career stats, particularly the column of numbers under the letter “G.” Nothing but 16s for “Games” played. On and on and on. Through four years with the St. Louis Rams. Five with the Buffalo Bills. Six with the Washington Redskins. It’s become routine to say that Fletcher has never missed a game in his NFL career. It’s routine to hear him say that he’s been “blessed” with “good genes.” It’s routine to hear him insist that he thinks about his playing streak only when reporters bring it up. And, every year that passes, the routine becomes more remarkable. Robert Griffin III has missed a game, and he’s played only one season. Keenan Robinson, the 2012 draft pick groomed as a possible successor to Fletcher, has already missed five games and had two

MATT SLOCUM (AP)

Fletcher Not Missing a Step


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The Final Word Oprah speaks out about the controversy around her friend Paula Deen 23

Comedic Chemistry

Inside Jokes

I’m going to see “The Book of Mormon” at the Kennedy Center this weekend, but I’m not convinced it will be the funniest musical I see all year. Or even this week. That distinction currently goes to “Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical,” a YouTube video from the comedy duo Rhett & Link that made the rounds online Monday. In it, a group of kids re-enact the AMC series (returning Sunday at 9 p.m.), By Rudi boiling down Greenberg 5 ½ seasons of tense drama into 5 ½ minutes of kid-friendly humor. Walter White is still a cancerstricken chemistry teacher, but instead of manufacturing blue crystal meth, he makes “blue rock candy.” It’s inherently funny to watch tweens act out the events of such a dark, adult series. But what’s even funnier are the songs, which render memorable “Breaking Bad” quotes in musical form. “I am the one who knocks/ I used to be Kenny G now I’m hard rock,” Walt sings. “So stop asking questions, get back to folding my socks/ because I am the one who knocks.” “We’re so glad, that Walt broke bad,” the chorus sings at the musical’s conclusion. Me too. For more of Rudi’s comedy musings, follow him on Twitter: @rudigreenberg

Film It doesn’t take much to get Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis going on a good comedic riff. Just the mention of some random subject, and the two engage in banter as if they’re reading from a script. One inspiration: Aniston’s longgone series “Friends.” Aniston: “ ‘Friends’ is off the air.” Sudeikis: “I know, but I just did an episode of it.” Aniston: “That’s strange.” Sudeikis: “I play Monica’s uh …” Aniston: “Brother? Other brother?” Sudeikis: “Stepbrother. We kiss. It’s taken a dark turn. Courteney Cox does not play Monica in this one.” Aniston: “No! We’ve all been replaced?” Sudeikis: “It’s like ‘The Carrie Diaries.’ Everyone plays you guys in high school.” Aniston and Sudeikis, who shared the screen in 2011’s “Horrible Bosses,” team up again for “We’re the Millers” (out today), which has Sudeikis’ character assemble a motley crew to play his family in order to complete a drug deal. Like “Horrible Bosses,” the new film — in which Aniston plays a stripper posing as a mom — is a dark, subversive comedy. “It’s highbrow, but not too highbrow,” says the 44-year-old actress. “I think it’s fun to have a zany group of people in these situations. And it feels different. That merging of pot smuggling, stripping, dealing, children, fake family, all of that.” Much of the focus of “We’re the

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Tweens Break ‘Bad’

“Horrible Bosses” co-stars Jason Sudeikis, left, and Jennifer Aniston are at it again in “We’re the Millers.”

WARNER BROS.

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‘We’re the Millers’ stars Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston share several laughs

Quick Take Middle-aged pot dealer David (Jason Sudeikis) makes a run to Mexico to pick up weed while impersonating the clean-cut dad of an allAmerican family. He enlists a stripper (Jennifer Aniston), a runaway (Emma Roberts) and a young neighbor (Will Poulter) to join him. “We’re the Millers” was expertly machined for maximum exploitation, whether it’s Aniston showcasing her killer bod, or Sudeikis’ bland affability. ANN HORNADAY (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Millers” has been Aniston’s decision to strip in the movie (though she’s not fully nude), and her impressive, toned figure. Aniston, a fitness buff, says much of that talk comes across as a backhanded compliment. “When I was little, my mom in her forties looked like a mom in her forties,” she says. “We have sort of erased numbers. I have, at least. “I hate when people tell me ‘For your age, you look great,’ ” she adds. “I can’t stand that.” Sudeikis didn’t have to strip down for the film, though a scene with Nick Offerman penetrating his ear with a wet finger proved to be decidedly uncomfortable. “It’s not enjoyable, per se,” he says. “I don’t mind a Q-tip in there, but Nick is a man’s man. That’s a strong, girthy, calloused finger. He

was full in there; I couldn’t hear anything but my own heartbeat.” For Sudeikis, the film may further solidify his box-office appeal outside of “Saturday Night Live.” Sudeikis says it hasn’t sunk in that he’s really gone from the sketch series, but the 37-year-old does admit to feeling something when his portrait was placed on the wall of former cast members. “When my picture is 50 pictures away from Bill Murray and Chevy Chase,” he says. “And maybe 45 pictures away from Eddie Murphy. Ten pictures away from Tina Fey and Will Ferrell. That was more of a shock. I have not gotten used to it, but I look forward to two years from now when I remember I actually did it.” JOHN CARUCCI (AP)


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California’s The Mowgli’s (the wayward apostrophe is their choice) has eight people in the band, so its sound is that of a big, joyous indie-rock hoedown. The song “San Francisco,” from June’s “Waiting for the Dawn,” hit No. 13 on Billboard’s alternative chart and works as an apt soundtrack for a celebratory summer night. Rock and Roll Hotel, 1353 H St. NE; today, 7 p.m., $12; 202-388-7625, rockandrollhoteldc.com.

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D.C.’s Next Big Comedians The next great stand-up comics from Washington could be performing at the D.C. Improv today — and you can say you saw them first. The 5 Minutes to Funny Graduation Show gives the Improv’s recent comedy-school grads a chance to try out their best bits in front of a crowd. Just remember to be kind — they’re still new at this. DC Improv, 1140 Connecticut Ave. NW; today, 6:30 p.m., $10; 202-296-7008, dcimprov.com. (Farragut North)

He Said, He Said, Etc. In 2010, Mitt Romney’s voluminous family voted on whether Dad should run for office in 2012. Ten of the 12 said “no.” (He did it anyway, but with much ambivalence.) If that sort of behind-the-scenes intrigue punches your ballot, go hear Washington Post correspondent Dan Balz read from his new book, “Collision 2012: Obama vs. Romney and the Future of Elections in America.” Politics and Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW; today, 7 p.m., free; 202-364-1919, politics -prose.com. (Van Ness)


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As a murder mystery unravels, so does the town of ‘Broadchurch’

‘Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy’ Larry, right, is in the Tennessee

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Valley, where he goes spelunking through a mile of caverns to get to the Lost Sea, the largest underground lake in the U.S.

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‘Franklin & Bash’ Thomas Lennon (“Reno 911!”) guest-stars as a bounty hunter being defended by Peter and Jared — with literally explosive results. Meanwhile, Karp takes a page from Peter and Jared’s book to celebrate some good news. ‘The Bridge’ As Sonya and Marco investigate a suspected cover-up, Charlotte turns to Marco for some advice. A troubled girl arrives in Juarez in search of adventure. And Linder gets a surprise visitor. (TRIBUNE MEDIA)

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one. Detective Inspector Alec Hardy (David Tennant) arrives in the small seaside community that gives BBC America’s “Broadchurch” its name, just as the whole place goes to pieces. He’s deeply resented by local Detective Sergeant Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman), who believes he stole her job. She’s warm, empathetic and personally connected

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to everybody in town. In contrast, the brusque Hardy resides at a hotel and keeps his distance . Their wildly divergent approaches are immediately put to the test when a young boy’s body is found

on the beach. Seen as a suicide at first, it soon becomes clear that he was murdered. The boy’s murder doesn’t so much rock the town as wipe away the dense underbrush of interconnected secrets held by, well, just about everybody. Hardy may be able to maintain an emotional distance from the tight-knit community, but he’s got problems of his own. And he’s hiding an unnamed medical secret. “Broadchurch” has emerged as the U.K.’s most talked- and tweetedabout drama on social media. And it offers plenty to ponder and discuss. Impressed by the popularity of this British mystery, Fox will produce a U.S. version for next season. KE VIN McDONOUGH (UNIVERSAL UCLICK)


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Daredevils in the U.S. will soon have their chance to mirror the Running of the Bulls, above, when the Great Bull Run starts Aug. 24.

Run for Your Life! Move over, Pamplona: The great bull chase is coming to America Adventures Organizers of a new event planned for several U.S. cities hope to unleash bulls to sprint through fenced-in courses as daredevils try to avoid being trampled. The Great Bull Run is inspired by the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. The series is set to begin Aug. 24 at a drag-racing strip south of Richmond. Events are also planned in Atlanta and Houston, among other cities. Bull runs are common in Spain and can drum up controversy. Injuries and deaths often occur, and some groups decry the treatment of the bulls used in the runs. About 5,000 people have signed up to participate in the Virginia event, and the number grows by about 50 each day, said Rob Dickens, co-founder and chief operating officer of the Great Bull Run. The U.S. events will last one day each, unlike the annual weeklong festival in Pamplona.

If You Go … Interested in putting your life on the line? The Great Bull Run is slated for these three cities in 2013. Learn more about the Great Bull Run at thegreatbullrun.com.

Petersburg, Va., Aug. 24. Fee: $50 through Friday, $60 till Aug. 16. Atlanta, Oct. 19. Fee: $45 till Aug. 30, $50 till Oct. 4, $60 through Oct. 11. Houston, Dec. 7. Fee: $40 through Sept. 13; $45 till Oct. 18; $50 till Nov. 22; $60 through Nov. 29. (AP)

Organizers acknowledge that the Great Bull Run is likely to start out on a smaller scale than its Spanish counterpart. But they note that other physically challenging activities such as extreme off-road runs have become increasingly popular in the U.S., and they see bull running as a natural follow-up. “There’s this fitness craze that started with running,” Dickens said. “I think this is just an extension of all that, but making it more interesting to the general public.” Organizers of the U.S. events plan to include several safety features, making them “quite differ-

ent than the running of the bulls in Spain,” Dickens said. Unlike the narrow, cobblestone streets of the Spanish runs, the U.S. events will use fencing that will include coves, or notches, so participants can get out of the way quickly. Dickens said organizers are partnering with ranches that will supply the bulls, and veterinarians will monitor their health. “We’re not using the Spanish fighting bulls that are bred to be very aggressive for the entertaining aspect of bullfighting,” Dickens said. Before running, participants will be required to sign waivers. Dickens acknowledges that waivers won’t prevent lawsuits but said “The waivers for the most part ensure that even if you get sued, they’re not going to win.” Organizers hope the bull runs draw participants who have always wanted to participate but couldn’t make the trip to Spain. “You can go running down the street any time you want, but to run with bulls — that’s something that doesn’t come along very often,” Dickens said. JEFF MARTIN AND

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