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Devotees participate in the Lord Narayan festival in Hadigaun, Kathmandu, Nepal on Monday. The festival involves three circular bamboo structures, above which an idol of the Lord Narayan is placed and then rotated by two people standing below.

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You have to wonder how the Spanish town of Mostoles feels about leaf blowers or jackhammers. The town might fine a medieval church $17,500 because its bells, which toll twice daily, are too loud. The bells’ noise level is 85 decibels — 30 over the town limit. Experts say normal conversation is 55-60 decibels; an airplane aloft produces 110-120. The parish priest might need divine intervention; he said the church couldn’t pay a fine. (AP/EXPRESS)

In August, a naked Donald Trump statue appeared outside a Manhattan subway stop. On Tuesday, a statue of a topless Hillary Clinton appeared outside another station. Neither sculpture lasted long. New York magazine said Clinton sculptor Anthony Scioli fought with a woman who knocked it down and stomped on it. Police told the artist to take it away. Proving nothing was rigged, the city two months ago quickly banished the Trump statue. (EXPRESS)

Air travel today can make anyone cranky, but no one on a recent American Airlines flight to Asheville, N.C., objected to the presence of Daniel the duck, who accompanied Carla Fitzgerald. She said Daniel fills the role of emotional support animal prescribed by a doctor after a car crash left her susceptible to panic attacks, UPI reported. Daniel often stared at the clouds, perhaps planning his flight south for winter. (EXPRESS)


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Goal for campaign: Save Dorothy’s shoes

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Crowdfunding drive aiming to raise $300K to rescue ruby slippers

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Smithsonian has raised $74,000 to preserve “The Wizard of Oz” slippers.

are federally funded, but the institution frequently solicits private and corporate contributions for major projects that its budget doesn’t cover. This is the Smithsonian’s second Kickstarter campaign. In 2015, the National Air and Space Museum raised $700,000 through the crowdfunding site to preserve the spacesuit Neil Armstrong wore when he walked on the moon. “This particular pair of ruby slippers really belongs to the American people, and so we

thought as we sought support that we would invite the public to join us on this journey to help preserve them for the next generation,” said Melinda Machado, a museum spokeswoman. The shoes are the most recognizable prop from the beloved 1939 musical. As of Tuesday, donors had pledged more than $74,000 on Kickstarter. If the museum does not reach its $300,000 goal in 30 days, no one will be charged. BEN NUCKOLS (AP)

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, in a February 2014 email to his wife, Mary. The email, part of a trove of hacked documents from WikiLeaks, shows that even the biggest political operatives have to deal with Metro’s woes just like the rest of us. The massive hack has produced a flurry of insights about the Clinton campaign. But there was no surprise about this particular revelation.

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Va. deputy shows off his amazing Beyonce moves A Virginia sheriff’s deputy recently performed a dance routine with high school students, and now the video is going viral. Deuntay Diggs, of the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office, performed his rendition of Beyonce’s “Formation” during a pep rally Friday at North Stafford High School. Diggs says he hopes to use the attention to help build a relationship between police and the communities they serve. (AP)

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SMITHSONIAN It will take more than three clicks of the heels to restore the ruby slippers that whisked Dorothy back to Kansas at the end of “The Wizard of Oz.” The slippers, which for more than 30 years have been one of the most beloved items at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, were crafted almost 80 years ago by the MGM Studios prop department. Like most movie props, they weren’t built to last. Now, the frayed shoes aren’t even ruby-colored anymore — they’re more like a dull auburn. On Monday, the Smithsonian asked the public to help save the slippers, launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise $300,000. In addition to keeping the shoes’ color from deteriorating further, the money will go toward a technologically advanced display case that will preserve them. The Smithsonian’s museums

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Council advances D.C. right-to-die bill THE DISTRICT The D.C. Council will take up legislation to allow doctors to prescribe lethal drugs to terminally ill residents on Nov. 1, lawmakers decided Tuesday. The council opted to put the matter on its legislative agenda at the start of next month, when it will hold the first of two required votes on the bill. The council chambers were filled with people on both sides of the controversial issue but the lawmakers did not debate

or discuss it or raise any questions. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announced that the legislative body would take action next month. The bill would authorize doctors to prescribe lethal drugs to patients who are mentally sound and have less than six months to live. It is unclear if Mayor Muriel E. Bowser will sign the bill. She has not taken a position on it, although her top health official has testified against it, saying

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it violates the Hippocratic oath. The mayor’s staff offered amendments that would allow the city’s health department to offer training for physicians and to provide patients with information about various lethal drugs and their side effects. The nation’s capital would be the sixth jurisdiction to authorize the long-controversial practice that has gained increasing acceptance among elected officials and the public. FENIT NIRAPPIL

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WINCHESTER, VA. | A Shenandoah University student uses one of the walking bridges to cross Abram’s Creek under a canopy of fall color on the school’s campus. The autumn foliage is starting to hit its peak in the Northern Shenandoah Valley, making this weekend the perfect time to take a trip along Skyline Drive.

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D.C. leaders have come up with a new name for the city in the unlikely event that it becomes a state. For decades, statehood advocates have pushed for the state to be called “New Columbia.” But on Tuesday, the D.C. Council voted unanimously for the state to be called the “State of Washington, D.C.” The “D.C.” would stand for “Douglass Commonwealth,” in a nod to abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who lived in the District. The new name will be added to the proposed state constitution that city residents will vote on in November. If the constitution is approved, city leaders will present it to Congress. The effort remains a long shot, with nearly all Republicans in Congress opposed to statehood. (AP)

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The price of Marriott International Inc.’s planned headquarters in Maryland. Marriott announced Tuesday that the new complex in Bethesda, a few miles from its current home, will have 700,000 square feet of office space for more than 3,500 employees. Marriott President and CEO Arne Sorenson said Marriott has been headquartered in Montgomery County for more than 60 years, and intends to stay close to its roots. (AP)

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Virginia’s online voter registration portal faced technical difficulties on the last day to register to vote. The Virginia Department of Elections’ online voter registration system slowed down Monday and at times became completely unresponsive. Virginia Department of Elections Commissioner Edgardo Cortes said the department was overwhelmed by the record number of people trying to register by the Monday night deadline. The department said in an online statement that it made changes to the website to allow voters to meet the deadline. (AP) THE DISTRICT

Police: Teen girl fatally stabbed in fight in NW Police said a 17-year-old girl was fatally stabbed during a fight that began on a bus in Northwest D.C. Police said the fight began on a Metrobus on Monday night and continued as the girl got off along Emerson Street, where she was stabbed in the chest. Police said in a statement Tuesday that officers responding to a report of a stabbing found 17-year-old Kaelia Minor suffering from a stab wound. Minor was taken to a hospital, where police said she was pronounced dead. (AP) FAIRFAX COUNTY

Man, 46, fatally struck by car while chasing dog Police said a Fairfax County man was struck and killed by a car while chasing his dog over the weekend. Fairfax County police said 46-year-old James C. Kim was fatally injured Saturday night. Police said Kim was trying to catch his dog, which was running loose, when he walked into the roadway, in front of a car. Authorities said the driver was unable to avoid hitting Kim, who was taken to a hospital, where he died. Police said the driver of the car stayed at the scene. (AP)

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Flight success brings space back to Va. WALLOPS ISLAND, VA. One of NASA’s main delivery companies made a triumphant comeback seen up and down the East Coast on Monday night, launching its first space station shipment from Virginia since a rocket explosion two years ago. It was the first flight of Orbital ATK’s unmanned Antares rocket since the Oct. 28, 2014, blast that wrecked the pad and destroyed everything on the space station supply run. Monday’s launch provided a show for sky gazers along much of the East Coast. Reports poured

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The unmanned Antares rocket successfully launched Monday from Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

in via Twitter from observers in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and even Raleigh, N.C. For Antares’ long-awaited

return, the pad underwent a $15 million restoration, and the rocket got new Russian engines to replace the vintage ones from a half-century earlier. As the Antares streaked through the night sky from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility, it appeared as though all the work had paid off. Launch controllers applauded when the supply ship reached orbit and victory was declared. “It is great to be back,” said Frank Culbertson, president of Orbital ATK’s space systems group. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden called the launch “magnificent” and personally thanked the Orbital ATK team. “It’s been a very difficult two years, and I can’t imagine what

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those of you in the Orbital team went through,” Bolden said. “I can’t imagine how long you were holding your breath tonight. But you know, we made it and that’s what’s all important.” NASA has been relying on Orbital ATK and SpaceX to keep the space station stocked ever since the shuttles retired in 2011. Next up will be private flights for the station crews, as the space agency works on getting astronauts to Mars in the 2030s. SpaceX and Boeing are building capsules to carry U.S. astronauts to the 250-mile-high station; those launches are expected in the next couple of years. Until then, NASA will keep flying its astronauts on Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft. MARCIA DUNN (AP)

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An Iranian-American man and his father have been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran, a state-run judicial news agency reported Tuesday. The report said Siamak Namazi and his father, Baquer Namazi, were convicted of “cooperating with the hostile American government.” (AP) NIGERIA

Government works for release of 83 more girls Nigeria is negotiating the release of 83 of the Chibok schoolgirls abducted 2½ years ago, but more than 100 are unwilling to leave their Boko Haram captors, a leader said Tuesday. They may have been radicalized. (AP)

Correction The Sports package “NFL Week 6” on page 14 in Monday’s edition gave the incorrect statistics for Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in a 31-28 win over the Rams. He threw for four touchdowns and no interceptions. Spot an error? Let us know at corrections@readexpress.com.

Syria’s “humanitarian pause” is meant to allow people to leave Aleppo.

Russia, Syria halt attack on Aleppo SYRIA Russian and Syrian warplanes halted their airstrikes on Syria’s besieged city of Aleppo on Tuesday in preparation for a temporary pause in the military push that Moscow has announced for later in the week, the Russian defense minister said. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, the halt in the strikes should help pave the way for militants and civilians to leave the eastern rebel-held parts of the city. Both Russian and Syrian air raids on the northern city of Aleppo were suspended at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Shoigu said. He described the suspension as a precursor to the opening of humanitarian corridors. Moscow has announced a “humanitarian pause” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday to allow safe passage out of the city. At that time, Russian and Syrian militaries

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will halt any offensive actions. Syrian rebels, including al-Qaeda militants, as well as the wounded and the sick will be allowed to leave for the neighboring rebelheld province of Idlib. But a United Nations spokesman said that even with the planned pause, the U.N. lacks the time and sufficient safety assurances to begin providing aid. Stephane Dujarric said that humanitarian workers need a pause of at least 48 hours to send aid convoys into the area. The U.N. Human Rights Council will hold an extraordinary session this week to discuss Aleppo. Meanwhile, Asma al-Assad, the wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, in her first interview with international media since 2011, told a Russian TV station that she declined offers earlier on in the war to leave Syria in return for safety and financial security for her and her children. (AP)

An incident reported recently in the Journal of Emergency Medicine shows that super-hot peppers can cause severe bodily harm. A 47-year-old man, unnamed in the case study, attempted a super-spicy feat — eating a hamburger served with a ghost pepper puree — and tore a 1-inch hole in his esophagus. Physicians at the University of California at San Francisco reported in the case study that he began to vomit, suffered abdominal pain and called for help. He was hospitalized for three weeks. The ghost pepper, aka bhut jolokia, has a heat rating of 1 million Scoville units; a jalapeno rates a few thousand Scoville units. (TWP)

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Ecuador’s government said in a statement Tuesday that it has “temporarily restricted” WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s internet access at its embassy in London after the whistleblowing site published documents from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. (AP)

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The monthly benefit increase Social Security recipients and federal retirees will receive next year, the federal government announced Tuesday. It is the fifth year in a row that older Americans will see historically low raises. Next year’s cost-of-living adjustment will be small because inflation remains very low. The change affects more than 70 million people — about 1 in 5 Americans. The average monthly Social Security payment is $1,238, meaning the adjustment adds up to a monthly increase of less than $4 a month. (AP) In open letter, 70 Nobel laureates “strongly and fully” endorse Hillary Clinton for president

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Facial-ID tech, a growing form of racial profiling? The growing use of facialrecognition systems has led to a high-tech form of racial profiling, with African-Americans more likely than others to have their images captured, analyzed and reviewed during computerized searches for crime suspects, according to a report based on records from dozens of police departments. The report, released Tuesday by the Center for Privacy & Technology, found that half of all American adults have their images stored in at least one facial-recognition database that police can search, typically with few restrictions. The expansion of the systems has led to a disproportionate racial impact because AfricanAmericans are more likely to be arrested and have mug shots taken, one of the largest sources of images that end up in police databases. The report also found that criminal databases are rarely “scrubbed” to remove the images of innocent people, nor are facialrecognition systems routinely tested for accuracy. “This is a serious problem, and no one is working to fix it,” said Alvaro M. Bedoya, executive director of the Georgetown Law center that produced the report. The FBI defended the technology. “Facial recognition algorithms are developed in the computer vision field, based solely on pattern matching techniques.” CRAIG TIMBERG

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Drive to retake Mosul slows IRAQ The pace of operations slowed Tuesday in the fight to retake Mosul from the Islamic State group, as Iraqi forces advancing to the east and south of the city began pushing toward larger villages and encountering civilians. Iraq’s Kurdish fighters largely paused their advance, according to commanders stationed along

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the front to Mosul’s east, consolidating gains from Monday. Iraqi army forces reached the outskirts of al-Hamdaniyah, a historically Christian town east of Mosul. The military said it had retaken six other villages in two days. On the southern front, Iraq’s federal police pushed toward the town of al-Houd, still home to hundreds of people. More than 25,000 troops have mobilized for the Mosul fight, an operation that is expected to take weeks, if not months.

A Pentagon spokesman said more than 100 U.S. troops are embedded with Iraqi and Kurdish forces. Navy Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters the Americans are “well back” from the front lines as they advise the Iraqis and perform other tasks such as relaying information about potential airstrike targets. Hundreds of other U.S. troops are in support roles, such as processing intelligence and providing logistical help from Iraqi staging bases. BALINT SZLANKO AND QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA (AP)

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With the Transportation Department having banned Galaxy Note 7 phones from commercial flights, Samsung has put kiosks at some U.S. airports where customers can swap the phone known as a fire hazard for another Samsung model. But the company recommends conducting the trade at a regular store. (TWP)

MANICHE, HAITI | Workers close a gate Monday to keep out a crush of people who were trying to enter a food-distribution site. Tensions were high because the delivery already was a day late for people desperate for food and other necessities in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, which made landfall on Haiti on Oct. 4.

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While aerial spraying of insecticide has killed Zika-infected mosquitoes in Miami, they remain a problem in Miami Beach. One official, fretting over the health hazards of spraying, suggested an alternative: bats. The idea is to install bat houses that would attract the winged creatures, which feast on mosquitoes. But the American Mosquito Control Association said it would be “folly” to rely solely on bats — partly because they transmit diseases, too. (TWP) Judge in Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s case fatally shot while jogging near Mexico City

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Obama to focus on redistricting after term’s end Hoping to regain lost ground at the state level before elected officials redraw congressional maps for the next decade, Democrats have launched a new group that will enlist the aid of President Obama and a slew of the party’s liberal allies. The National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which will be chaired by former attorney general Eric H. Holder Jr., will focus on key legislative and gubernatorial races, voter initiatives and legal fights. While former presidents periodically campaign for individual candidates after leaving office, Obama’s decision to back such a broad political effort after leaving the White House marks a rare step in the modern era. While the initiative will not be the sole focus of the president’s future political activism, it provides a lens into how he will leverage his influence in the years to come. Democratic Governors Association Executive Director Elisabeth Pearson, who will serve as president of the group, said Monday that the committee will make it easier for elements of the party to make the national political landscape more favorable to Democrats when House seats are drawn based on the 2020 Census. A White House official said Obama “feels that when the playing field is level, Democrats will prevail.” JULIET EILPERIN

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senators, including Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Tim Kaine of Virginia, who was eventually chosen. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Clinton’s opponent in the Democratic primary, also made the list — at the very bottom. Podesta organized the list into “rough food groups” including blacks, women and Hispanics such as Obama administration Cabinet members Julian Castro of Housing and Urban Development and Labor Secretary Tom Perez. African-Americans who made the list included Sen. Cory Booker,

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Hillary Clinton’s list of potential running mates included Apple CEO Tim Cook and Sen. Bernie Sanders.

D-N.J. and former Attorney General Eric Holder. Besides Warren, women on the list included Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., and Tammy Baldwin, DWis., who is openly gay. The “outside-the-box” options included former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Tim Cook of Apple, philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates, Howard Schultz of Starbucks and retired Marine Corps Gen. John Allen. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe was also among those being considered. ANDREW TAYLOR (AP)

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Trump’s ‘whining’ ways Obama says griping about ‘rigged election’ undermines American democratic traditions

Rigged? Trump backers make various cases

From Rigging This Election!” reads the website where people can sign up. Benjamin L. Ginsberg, a Republican elections lawyer, said that in most states and jurisdictions, poll watchers need to be credentialed in advance and follow rules, such as remaining a certain distance from polling places. “Vigilantes can’t go waltzing into polling places and challenging voters,” Ginsberg said. For many, Trump’s latest rhetoric is a sign that he is coming to terms with the reality of a contest in which he is falling further and further behind Clinton. Trump has seen a steep drop in the polls as allegations that he made unwanted sexual advances against multiple women have piled up. “He wasn’t complaining about all of this during the Republican primaries, when he was winning,” Nutter said. “He thought the system worked perfectly.”

POLITICS For months, Donald Trump has insisted that the electoral system is rigged against him. But how exactly would that happen? At a campaign rally in Green Bay, Wis., on Monday evening, Dave Radtke, 66, said he expects Democrats will load people on buses in Chicago and bring them to Wisconsin to vote, where legal residents are allowed to register on Election Day. Josh Eilers, 22, said he expects Democrats will go to Chicago and pay homeless people to vote for Hillary Clinton, something that he says happens “way too much.” Sue Rosenthal, 74, said “something seems off” with early voting programs in large cities that she says allow a stream of people to have access to voting machines ahead of Election Day. Trump supporters are insistent that such fraud is rampant and that major media outlets are conspiring to hide the issue. And Trump himself at the rally claimed that “people that died 10 years ago” and undocumented immigrants are casting votes in elections, even though local jurisdictions are supposed to regularly update voter rolls and only U.S. citizens can register to vote in presidential elections. But members of Trump’s party and his staff have pushed back against his claims that election results cannot be trusted. This weekend, Trump’s running mate, Mike Pence, said the campaign “will absolutely accept the result of the election.” JENNA JOHNSON

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POLITICS Donald Trump’s escalating effort to discredit the presidential election as “rigged” has alarmed government officials administering the vote as well as Democratic and Republican leaders, who are anxiously preparing for the possibility of unrest or even violence on Election Day and for an extended battle over the integrity of the outcome. On Tuesday, President Obama lashed out at Trump, saying that the Republican nominee’s insistence that the election was being rigged undermines the country’s democratic traditions and demonstrates that he is not fit for the White House. Obama accused Trump of “whining before the game is even over” and described Trump’s remarks as “unprecedented.” “There is no serious person out there who would suggest somehow that you could even rig America’s elections, in part, because they are so decentralized,” Obama said. “And so I’d invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes.” Hillary Clinton’s advisers are privately worried that Trump’s calls for his supporters to stand watch at polling places in cities such as Philadelphia for any hint of fraud will result in intimidation tactics that might threaten her supporters and suppress the votes of minorities. The Democratic nominee’s campaign is recruiting and training hundreds of lawyers to fan out across the country, protecting people’s right to vote and documenting any signs of foul play, according to several people with knowledge of the plans.

Obama ripped into GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday, calling him unfit for the White House.

“I’m very concerned about this rhetoric,” said former Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, a Clinton supporter. “All Donald Trump is doing with these outrageous, false scare tactics is to try to diminish voter interest and suppress voter turnout.” Election officials, including Republican secretaries of state, were also rushing to repudiate Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that fraudulent activity is already underway. “Any time that your comments draw into question the legitimacy of the elections process, they have crossed the line,” said Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, a Republican who supports Trump. “Particularly if you can’t back it up with evidence.” For months, the Trump campaign has been collecting contact information from supporters who are interested in being election observers. “Help Me Stop Crooked Hillary

Topics for final debate Beyond the “rigged” system, here are likely topics in the final presidential debate at 9 tonight at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. (AP) HACKED: WikiLeaks’ day-after-day release of thousands of hacked emails from the Clinton campaign include excerpts of her closed-door speeches to Wall Street interests and lots of campaign strategizing. ACCUSERS: Last week, a series of women came forward with allegations about Trump’s sexual advances. He called the women “sick” and “liars,” alleging that there is a global conspiracy against him. CIVIL WAR: With a number of Republican officials in open revolt against Trump and worried that he will be a drag on the rest of the ticket, watch to see whether Trump gins up more discord with his party — and whether Clinton steps in to make the case for Democratic control of the House and Senate.

Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says he will challenge Elizabeth Warren for Senate seat in Mass.

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Redskins tight end Vernon Davis draws a flag for taking a jump shot after scoring a TD.

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Let them twerk: NFL celebrations far too restricted Either Queen Victoria is the new commissioner of the NFL, or Roger Goodell needs to loosen his truss. The league’s flagging of “excessive celebration” with 15-yard penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct is straight out of the turn of the century and yet another exercise in imperial power. Maybe the next guy who scores should curtsy toward the owner’s box, and see what that gets him. Can someone be fined for sarcasm? NFL officials have been instructed by the league to crack down on celebratory gestures as a “point of emphasis,” according to NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino. The result has been

a significant uptick in penalties — and controversies, such as flagging Redskins tight end Vernon Davis simply for shooting a jump shot with the football after scoring against the Eagles. These calls are not only incredibly quibbling, interruptive, and unfair. They have a boot-on-the-neck quality that is actually uncomfortable for the audience. NFL leadership goes further than any of its competitors in its paternalistic, authoritarian us-versus-them attitude toward players. It treats them like unruly underlings in need of monitoring and instruction on how to behave. When Davis, a cultured 32-year-old man who owns an art gallery, is flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct, it’s not just angering because it

could have altered the outcome of the game. The implicit message is that Davis lacks selfrestraint. It’s insulting. According to ESPN, flags for unsportsmanlike conduct were up 56 percent through the first four weeks of the season. Blandino, in a video released Oct. 7 to clarify the NFL’s rationale, says the league is attempting to enforce “generally understood principles of sportsmanship.” But where is offense against sportsmanship in any of the following gestures? Chandler Jones and D.J. Swearinger of the Cardinals recover a fumble against the Patriots and do a momentary little soft-shoe dance: 15 yards. Josh Norman mimes taking an arrow from a quiver and drawing a bow: 15 yards. Victor Cruz does a salsa while Odell Beckham Jr.

“I just feel like you got a bunch of stale old people in the league office.”

mimics photographing him: 15 yards. NFL celebration rules date from 2006, when the owners became uncomfortable with the dance theater pieces performed by Joe Horn, Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson in the end zone. The result: a prohibition against dancing that appears too “choreographed,” or “prolonged,” or too sexual. As usual, the league is more interested in optics and image than real values. Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has been flagged twice and fined $24,000 for twerking in the end zone, apparently because the refs found his hips too Elvis, and according to Blandino, it’s up to the NFL to keep the game pure for the kids. Yet the league has no problem with cameras showing d women with barely covered e butts gyrating in public like coffee grinders. What is the NFL’s real interbout est in being so petty? It’s about controlling the workplace,, and letting those childish com-now modities called players know who’s in charge of them.

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Drafted by the 76ers in 2014, he has yet to play in an NBA game but has the talent and charisma to attract lots of votes if he can stay healthy.

1 Most valuable player Kawhi Leonard, forward

Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry will split votes in Golden State while Leonard leads the Spurs to another season with at least 60 wins.

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Interim coach Maurice Joseph was an assistant to Mike Lonergan for five seasons at George Washington.

Joseph parried with answers about the people he interacts with day-to-day. “My main focus has been on our guys. I have really been tunnel visioned on how we are going to practice every day,” he said. But Joseph did say he has been in touch with Lonergan. “We have communicated briefly a couple of times,” Joseph said. “I wanted to let him know I was thinking about him. My main focus has been on our guys. Our practices have been tremendous so far.” One of Joseph’s assistants is Hajj Turner, an associate head coach under Lonergan last season who was also reportedly interviewed for the interim job.

Joseph said any lingering feelings from the competition to replace Lonergan are not concerns. “Our staff has been tremendous through the whole deal. No egos involved,” Joseph said. On the court, two of the bright spots for GW are returning forward Tyler Cavanaugh and guard Yuta Watanabe, one of the few Division I basketball players to be born in Japan. Cavanaugh, a 6-foot-9 graduate student, led the team in scoring at 16.8 points per game last season and added 7.6 rebounds per game. He was named a preseason pick for first team all-conference. Cavanaugh has “player of the year-type potential,” Rhode

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he has deemed “unreliable,” during games. Cameras caught Belichick smashing a tablet on the sideline this season. ason.

NLCS Game 3 between the Cubs and Dodgers in Los Angeles ended after Express’ deadline

Island coach Dan Hurley said. Watanabe, a 6-8 junior wing, averaged 8.4 points and 4.0 rebounds last season, adding a team-high 36 blocks. Another key player for Joseph is Jaren Sina, a transfer from Seton Hall who figures to take over point guard duties from McDonald and Paul Jorgensen, who is with Butler as one of 13 transfers to leave under Lonergan. GW, which was picked to finish eighth out of 14 teams in the conference, hosts Maryland-Eastern Shore in its opener Nov. 11. Under second-year coach Dave Paulsen, George Mason, which was picked 12th, begins the season Nov. 12 at home against Towson. DAVID DRIVER (FOR EXPRESS) RESS)

After losing to the Indians in the first three games of the AL Championship Series, the Blue Jays avoided elimination with a 5-1 win Tuesday in Toronto, which hosts Game 5 today (4 p.m., TBS). Josh Donaldson homered in the third inning and Ezequiel Carrera singled in the fourth to give the Blue Jays an early 2-0 lead. Roberto Perez hit an RBI-double for the Indians in the fifth, but Edwin Encarnacion answered with a two-run single in the seventh. Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez allowed Cleveland’s only two hits in six innings of work. (EXPRESS)

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL Even under ideal circumstances, this figured to be a challenging season for George Washington men’s basketball. The Colonials won the NIT title last season but graduated a senior core of Patricio Garino, Kevin Larsen and Joe McDonald, who combined to score 35.2 points per game last season and tallied 4,174 points combined in four seasons together. Then, on Sept. 17, the school dismissed coach Mike Lonergan, ending his five-season tenure after an investigation into players’ allegations of verbal abuse. Maurice Joseph, who played for Lonergan at the University of Vermont before graduating in 2009, had been Lonergan’s assistant for five seasons before he was named interim head coach in late September. “It was kind of unexpected, a little bit of shock,” Joseph, 31, said Tuesday while speaking about his promotion during Atlantic 10 media day in Pittsburgh. As Joseph finds his own style, he said he will try to mimic Lonergan’s detail-oriented approach. “He was really good at teaching details of his system,” Joseph said. “His attention to detail is tremendous. He does a great job of teaching his system.” When asked what he will do differently than Lonergan,

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Packers get Knile Davis from Chiefs for a pick The Chiefs on Tuesday traded backup running back Knile Davis to the Packers, who desperately need to add depth to their injury-riddled backfield. Green Bay gave up a conditional draft pick for Davis, who has already started practicing with his new team. The Packers needed help at running back with Eddie Lacy nursing a bothersome ankle and James Starks undergoing knee surgery. Davis had been surpassed by Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West in Kansas City. Jamaal Charles’ return from a knee injury made Davis expendable. (AP)

Tony Kornheiser says the Capitals have infected the Nationals “like the Zika virus”


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This guide left us lost WHEN MICHELIN ANNOUNCED THAT IT WOULD RELEASE ITS FIRST GUIDE IN D.C., locals were worried that the city would be misunderstood.

After all, Michelin’s inspectors evaluate restaurants around the world. That’s what they say makes them objective — three stars indicate the same caliber of experience all over the world, and they don’t grade on a curve — but it also risks certain restaurants or local favorites being lost in translation. That was the case when the D.C. guide was released last week. Here are some of the Michelin Guide’s most confounding head-scratchers. MAURA JUDKIS AND TIM CARMAN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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They’re unimpressed by the facades of our buildings Michelin frequently mentions unimpressive building facades throughout the guide, a dig at D.C.’s bland architecture, which admittedly isn’t the most avant-garde. But it does keep coming up. Del Campo’s “bland facade belies a refined-rustic interior.” Minibar is “set at the base of an antiseptic building.” Sushi Taro’s “odd location” unsurprisingly gets a mention, “adjacent to a large-chain pharmacy” (it’s a CVS). Tosca is “situated at the base of a nondescript office building.”

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They’re kind of afraid of our neighborhoods Michelin often refers to oncedangerous neighborhoods. H Street is their most frequent target: It’s a “grungy stretch” in the Toki Underground review, “gritty” in the Maketto one. Of The Dabney in Shaw’s Blagden Alley, they write, “Your mother warned you about walking down dark alleys.” Meanwhile, they like to guess who’s dining at these spots. Convivial is “popular with young professionals, families and academics from nearby Howard.” The Oval Room is the “restaurant of choice for a particular brand of Beltway insider.” (And, by the way, what brand would that be?)

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They love puns

Every writer succumbs to a bad pun now and then, but boy, oh boy, do Michelin inspectors love them. They seem to be most prevalent in the D.C. guide, too — or at least we didn’t see nearly as many in a skim though the New York and San Francisco books. Here are some real groaners: Of Anxo, they write, “This Cider House rules.” For tiny Filipino restaurant Bad Saint: “You’ll need the patience of a saint to secure a meal here.” Of Southern-inspired Bidwell in Union Market: “You will indeed fare well at Bidwell.” And of Hank’s Oyster Bar: “Prepare yourself for a sea, ahem, of dishes.”

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They basically ignored one of D.C.’s largest immigrant groups The Red Guide features cuisines from Italy, Thailand, France, Japan, Peru, Laos, Spain, Mexico, Greece and countless other locales. But the only restaurant that marginally features Vietnamese fare is Doi Moi, the pan-Asian spot on 14th Street NW. This, despite the fact that the metro area is one of the major destinations for Vietnamese immigrants. Sure, the best Vietnamese eateries reside in suburban Virginia, outside the scope of the debut guide, but couldn’t an inspector at least darken the door of a D.C. pho parlor?

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They like talking about ... mating?

Michelin’s really into talking about the birds and the bees. “If the hip gods of food and shopping mated, Maketto would be their love child,” begins one description. There’s another improbable match: “Take a chic Parisian and a ten gallon-hat-wearing cowboy and blend for an improbable but oh-so-happy mix and you have Mintwood Place.” Speaking of weird metaphors, on Conosci, the restaurant-within-arestaurant, Michelin writes: “Safely ensconced inside big sister restaurant Alta Strada (there’s no other entrance), Conosci feels a bit like taking a girl on a date and having her older brother tag along.”

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Kelly Reichardt’s interior motive FILM Kelly Reichardt had a few challenges when it came to filming “Certain Women.” The first one was location, location, location. Most of the director’s previous films — including acclaimed indies “Meek’s Cutoff,” “Wendy and Lucy” and her most recent film, 2013’s “Night Moves” — dealt with the characters’ relationship to the land around them and were mostly shot outdoors. “To be honest, I shot so much

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One Olsen done hunting fossils Thirty-year-old Ashley Olsen — who has been linked to director Bennett Miller, 49, and painter George Condo, 59 — might have a new boyfriend: Hayden Slater, a youthful-looking gentleman and the CEO of Pressed Juicery. The two went on a “romantic” hike together Monday in Los Angeles, the Daily Mail reported. That same day, Slater shared an Instagram photo in which Olsen is holding his hand. Mary-Kate Olsen and her husband, Olivier Sarkozy, 47, are also in the photo.

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