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outgrew its space. The addition of a new exhibit of James Bond lore in 2012 increased the museum’s inventory by 20 percent, and the collection continues to grow. “If there is one negative from the people that visit here, depending on the time of year or of day, it’s that it is too crowded,” said Maltz, 84. Today, the International Spy Museum is at a crossroad, seeking to change its location and

shifting from for-profit operation to nonprofit status. The museum’s three floors of public space are too small to fit the whole of its expanding collection. The low-ceiling rooms appear packed with visitors, even during off-hours. Its newest exhibits are spilling out into the lobby, where they snake around the ticketing line. Last year, the number of visitors exceeded 650,000. Museum executives decided in

A shift in status? The International Spy Museum is also seeking a shift from for-profit operation to nonprofit status. That would allow the museum to create an endowment and rely on charitable contributions to supplement its revenue, diversifying the mix of ticket sales, gift-shop revenues and event rents that currently sustain it.

2012 that they would need to find larger quarters when their lease expires in 2017. They spent the past two years planning a move to the Carnegie Library in Mount Vernon Square, but the proposed plan fell through last month after D.C.’s Historic Preservation Review Board ruled against an expansion of the building. The search for new space now has new urgency. Moving a museum of this scale can take years; when the Newseum wanted to relocate from its former Arlington space to its current site, it spent more than six years planning the move. Spy Museum executives say they have a few potential locations in mind. A site at 11th and E streets NW, previously occupied by ESPN Zone, is one option they are considering. They are also looking at space in L’Enfant Plaza, just behind the Smithsonian Castle. AARON GREGG (CAPITAL BUSINESS)


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A D.C.-based criminal defense attorney who friends recalled as a “humble, generous” man has been found bound, gagged and strangled to death in his apartment in the Dominican Republic, police said over the weekend. Police identified him as Van Teasley, 55, who friends say split time between his vacation home in Santo Domingo and Capitol Hill. Officials said police were alerted by a friend of the victim, who was concerned that Teasley was not answering his doorbell or responding to phone calls. The door to the victim’s apartment was unlocked when police arrived to investigate, authorities said. (TWP/AP)

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The U.S. Homeland Security Department is adding new screening requirements from countries for which a visa isn’t required for U.S. entry. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says travelers from 38 Visa Waiver Program countries will have to provide more passport data before they can travel to the U.S. The move comes amid growing concern of threats from Western fighters returning from Syria.

U.S. Arab allies Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait are discussing the creation of a military pact to take on Islamic militants, with the possibility of a joint force to intervene around the Middle East in places such as militantthreatened Libya and Yemen, The Associated Press reports. The alliance would also serve as a show of strength to counterbalance their traditional rival, Iran.

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A rocket ship broke apart in flight in California after a device to slow the space plane’s descent deployed too soon, federal investigators said. Investigators found Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo’s “feathering” system — which rotates the twin tail “feathers” to create drag — was activated before the craft reached the appropriate speed, National Transportation Safety Board Acting Chairman Christopher Hart said. (AP)

The newest tool for biologists is the baby penguin robotic spy. It’s pretty darn cute, and so convincing that penguins essentially talk to it, as if it is a potential mate for their chicks. Emperor penguins are notoriously shy. When researchers approach, these penguins normally back away and their heart rate goes up. So international scientists and filmmakers created a remote-control rover disguised as a chick to snuggle up to shy penguins in Adelie Land, Antarctic. It worked — the penguins even sang to the robot, one researcher said. (AP)

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The Supreme Court appears divided in a dispute over the wording of U.S. passports for Americans born in Jerusalem. Current wording attaches no country to the city. The justices heard arguments Monday in a lawsuit filed by the parents of Menachem Zivotofsky, an American born in Jerusalem in 2002 who wants his place of birth to be listed as Israel on his U.S. passport. U.S. policy holds that the city’s status should be resolved between Israelis and Palestinians. (AP) EDUCATION

Ariz. bans textbook page mentioning birth control A school board in Arizona has voted to remove a section in a high school biology book because it includes a discussion about methods of birth control, including the “morning after” pill. The Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board’s acting president said that ripping out the page was the “cheapest, least disruptive” method. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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French security officials are investigating a spate of illegal flights by drone aircraft over more than a dozen nuclear power stations in France, raising concerns in a country that largely lives off atomic energy. In what environmental activists call a worrisome development, authorities have tallied at least 15 overflights of nuclear sites since early October, culminating Friday with five at separate sites, government and utility officials said Monday. Authorities would not speculate about who could be behind the overflights. But prospects ranged from would-be terrorist scouts to a hobbyist playing an illegal joke. (AP)

The body of an Indian waiter who was the last missing victim of the Costa Concordia cruise liner was found by crews dismantling the vessel, authorities said Monday. The body was discovered in a cabin on the eighth deck and contained an identification card for Russel Rebello, authorities said. The Concordia capsized after hitting rocks near a Tuscan island in 2012, killing 32 people. In a Facebook message, Rebello’s brother confirmed the discovery of the body, which he said will undergo DNA testing before being put to rest, and thanked “all those who prayed and believed that one day he would be found.” (AP)

A Russian monument to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was taken down after Apple CEO Tim Cook’s announcement last week that he is gay. The monument, which is in the shape of an oversize iPhone, was located on a university campus in St. Petersburg until its removal Friday. It was put there in 2013 under the initiative of the holding company ZEFS, which cited Cook’s revelations about his sexuality last Thursday as the reason the company decided to remove the statue. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a federal law in 2013 that bans “the propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations to minors.” (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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SEAL leaders warn against sharing secrets Marijuana’s on multiple ballots. How will it do? Today, voters in three states and D.C. will decide how the next chapter of marijuana reform will be written, either building a growing public consensus on legalization or sending proponents to reassess their strategies. CHRISTOPHER

NATIONAL SECURITY The top admiral and top enlisted man in the U.S. Navy’s SEAL force are warning its members not to disclose classified information for publicity or cash, as two SEAL veterans who participated in the raid that killed al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden remain under scrutiny for allegedly doing so. The SEAL leaders said in a letter to all SEALs published Friday that a critical part of the SEAL ethos is, “I do not advertise the nature of my work, nor seek recognition for my actions.” It is a

lifelong commitment, both during and after military service, wrote Rear Adm. Brian L. Losey, commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, and Force Master Chief Michael L. Magaraci. “We do not abide willful or selfish disregard for our core values in return for public notoriety and financial gain,” Losey and Magaraci wrote in the letter, which Naval Special Warfare Command confirmed as legitimate. The SEAL leaders added that they will “actively seek judicial consequence” for any SEAL who discloses classified information.

The letter was published as Matt Bissonnette, a SEAL in the bin Laden raid, prepares to release a new book about his career, “No Hero: The Evolution of a Navy SEAL.” Leaders also may be sending a preemptive warning to another SEAL who has not identified himself but claimed in an article in Esquire magazine last year to have shot bin Laden first. Fox News announced recently that it will air a show in which a SEAL who claims to have killed bin Laden will share his story and identity.

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D.C. voters will choose whether to allow adults 21 and over to legally possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana and grow up to six plants. It would be a major surprise if it didn’t pass.

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Because 2012’s legalization measure failed, proponents are emphasizing the current ballot measure’s focus on regulation and taxation — the idea that pot will be swaddled in oversight. It’s likely to pass.

Alaska Alaska already permits personal possession of up to 4 ounces of marijuana, so voters who would otherwise support this full legalization bill might decide current protections are enough. Polls show it’s incredibly close.

Florida Voters are deciding whether to approve a fairly wide-reaching medical marijuana measure. Polls have been all over the map on this one, and seniors may be the linchpin.

NEW YORK CITY | Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, One World Trade Center welcomed Conde Nast as its first commercial tenant Monday. The $3.9 billion, 104-story building, the nation’s tallest, is “the most secure office building in America,” said Patrick Foye, executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

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If your kids still haven’t made it through their Halloween candy, they may want to consider trading it in for some cold, hard cash. More than 2,500 dentists and orthodontists are participating in this year’s Halloween Candy Buyback program (you can find a nearby participant at halloweencandybuyback .com), which pays kids in exchange for some of their tooth-rotting Halloween treats, NPR reports. The program was founded by Wisconsin dentist Chris Kammer, whose office offers $1 for every pound of candy kids bring in. It doesn’t go to waste: The candy is put into Operation Gratitude care packages and shipped to U.S. troops serving overseas. (EXPRESS)

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Obama’s turn to change Republican control of the House and Senate seems tantalizingly close, so leading Republicans are turning to a matter often overlooked in campaigns: how to actually govern. CHARLES BABINGTON (AP)

What’s at stake Pundits say it will be crucial for the GOP to show they can legislate, lead and solve problems after years of lobbing political grenades at President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats. Republicans know their new majority (if it occurs) might last only two years. The 2016 Senate election map is far more favorable to Democrats.

What they’ll do If they gain Senate control, Republicans say they will pass some bills that Obama is sure to veto to highlight their ideological differences with Democrats. But they also will push for policies that both parties might accept, such as lowering the corporate tax rate, enhancing the president’s ability to make trade agreements and approving the Keystone XL pipeline.

What they won’t do In interviews with GOP senators, there was virtually no talk of balancing the budget, repealing Obama’s health-care law or achieving similar GOP campaign pledges that prove politically impossible in Washington.

POLITICS When President Barack Obama wakes up Wednesday morning, he may face a new world in which Republicans control not only the House of Representatives but also the U.S. Senate. If that happens, it would mark the first time in Obama’s six-year presidency. And it should change his job significantly. Senate confirmations, already a battleground, will get even tougher. Obama will have to pick up his veto pen more often, something he’s done just twice since taking office. And without a Democratic majority in either house of Congress, it will be even harder to take substantive action before attention turns to the 2016 presidential election. This means that if Obama wants his last two years to have any real success — and if a GOPled Congress is indeed the result of the midterms — the president will need to lead differently. Americans already want to see that: Some two-thirds of registered voters in a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Monday said Obama should initiate change to his leadership style. To lead with an oppositioncontrolled Congress, Obama will have to widen his circle of influencers, selectively find more ways to negotiate and better seize what his former adviser David Axelrod called the “theatrical nature of the presidency.” There are signs that today’s grim forecast for Democrats has begun to sink in, and that the White House is making plans in response. Some reports say the

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“It’s very possible to get a number of things done if the president is willing to come to the table, and I believe he will.”

If Republicans take control of the Senate today, the president will have to alter his job

President Barack Obama makes a last grasp for Democratic votes Sunday in Philadelphia. He was stumping for gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf.

MIDTERM ELECTIONS

Today’s the day. Yes, finally. The campaigning for today’s midterm elections has been going on since spring. If you tuned it out months ago, here’s a quick summary of what’s going on. ( THE WASHINGTON POST ) The races

The stakes

The results

Voters will choose all 435 members of the House (plus D.C.’s one nonvoting delegate), and 33 senators. Elections for governor will be held in 36 states, including close races in Maryland and Florida, and a mayoral election in the District.

Democrats have controlled the Senate since 2007, but three major election models are giving the GOP a 7 in 10 chance of netting the six seats it needs to reclaim the Senate. The four big toss-ups: Alaska, Georgia, Iowa and Kansas.

It’s likely we won’t find out who’ll have control of the Senate until late tonight — and maybe not at all today. (Note: Because of Express’ early press time, Wednesday’s paper will not have election results.) See washingtonpost.com.

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president will use his executive authority on priorities such as climate change, gay rights and immigration, noting there could be an overhaul announcement soon after the midterms. Other reports indicate a “big counterattack” on issues that are popular with the Democratic base but will be hard for the GOP to oppose. But if he has fewer allies in Congress, Obama’s approach to leadership could be just as important as his policy choices. The president will need to find ways to engage his opponents more, choosing issues where he stands a chance to come out ahead and identifying GOP lawmakers who have a reason to bargain. He’ll need to seize the advantages the presidency gives him by using the role to effectively manage crises — a challenge he has repeatedly fumbled on such issues as Ebola and Syria — and by taking advantage of moments that show the symbolism and the power of the presidency. He did this well after the killing of Osama bin Laden but has squandered them at other times. When handled well, these are the moments when the president appears the way people like to think of their chief executive — decisive, authoritative and emotionally connected with the country. JENA McGREGOR

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Donors Can Give Poor Mothers in Haiti the Gifts of Hope and Life For more than 30 years, Food For The Poor has fed the hungry and sheltered the homeless provided hope for countless poor families in Latin America and the Caribbean. Through compassionate donors giving to programs such as the Combined Federal Campaign, new life is given to impoverished mothers like Junick in Haiti. Junick and her two children lived in a house so fragile and dangerous, it threatened to topple down upon them during violent rainstorms. The flimsy house sat on a foundation made of sand. Often Junick and her children would ask to sleep inside the local church because they were too scared to sleep in their own home. In her darkest hour, Junick cried out to God to end her family’s suffering. “I said, ‘God, I can’t live like this. Can you take me and the kids? I can’t live like that.’” Generous donors built Junick and her children a new Food For The Poor house. Now, she is helping others as they have helped her. “Yesterday there was a lot of rain … and yesterday, I sheltered a lot of people in my house,” Junick said. “These are people who used to shelter me, but now that I have a house, I shelter them.”

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Individual contributors like you make great television and radio programs possible for everyone. Thank you for doing your part to support public broadcasting through CFC. WETA â&#x20AC;˘ P.O. Box 96100, Washington, D.C. 20090-6100 â&#x20AC;˘ www.weta.org

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Toughest divisions It’s pretty clear that the NFC South, which doesn’t have a single team with a winning record, is the worst division in the NFL. But which one is the best at the midway point?

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Back on the job: RGIII shows some flashes of old self It wasn’t a hero’s return or a triumphant finish, but Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III showed Sunday why he has to be the 2015 starter. The Redskins’ 29-26 loss to the Vikings wasn’t even the hardest part of Griffin’s day. Sitting in the front seat of a bus that crashed en route to the stadium — and worrying about being hurtled through the windshield — made opposing pass rushers seem minor. As to erroneous pregame reports of a divided locker room, Griffin learned to ignore haters long ago. This is Griffin’s team and any delusional preference for Colt McCoy or anyone else

next year ended with Griffin playing a solid, though stained, game Sunday. The passer made two major mistakes: The interception shortly before halftime awakened the Vikings and led to Minnesota’s first score. And the Hail Mary at the end of regulation didn’t even stay in bounds — costing the Redskins any final chance. They were killer mistakes for sure. But Griffin made some marvelous plays, too. The kind that resembled 2012, when the rookie could do no wrong. He slipped a sack to find Roy Helu for a 24-yard gain. Griffin found DeSean Jackson deep for a 45-yarder and later for a 13-yard score. Jackson also caught a 56-yarder in the fourth quarter that led to a

touchdown and a 26-21 lead. Griffin completed 18 of 28 passes for 251 yards with one interception, one touchdown and a 90.0 passer rating. After missing six weeks with a dislocated ankle, he showed he’s capable of playing well in coach Jay Gruden’s system. Sunday’s loss dropped the Redskins to 3-6, ending any playoff hopes (notwithstanding a miracle 7-0 finish like they had in 2012), so the last seven weeks of the season are about jobs for 2015. While Washington will probably change safeties and offensive linemen next season, the current focus is on Griffin. Can he stay healthy for a half season? Is he still a leader in the huddle? Does he still have that elusiveness? Can he execute Gruden’s game plan?

Griffin made some marvelous plays. The kind that resembled 2012, when the rookie could do no wrong.

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By season’s end, the Redskins will definitely know whether they need a new quarterback for 2015. But the team can’t afford another passer, given the persistent personnel problems elsewhere. Next year’s first-round draft pick needs to be used on a safety or offensive lineman, or else this team will never improve. Having to teach the system to another quarterback would mean the Redskins are back in rebuilding mode. It takes a couple years for any passer to feel comfortable in a scheme. Griffin and Gruden seem to have met halfway to feature the passer’s strengths. Why start over with someone else? The Redskins have a history of changing quarterbacks — more than 20 different passers have started since the last Super Bowl championship 23 years ago. For now, staying with Griffin gives the Redskins their best chance of one day returning to the postseason.

3 AFC East This is the hottest division, with the exception of the Jets (1-8). The Patriots (7-2), Bills (5-3) and Dolphins (5-3) are each riding a multiplegame winning streak.

2 NFC West The Seahawks (5-3) and 49ers (4-4) are the last two NFC Super Bowl representatives, while the Cardinals (7-1) have the best record in the league.

1 AFC North All four teams are above .500, with Joe Flacco and the Ravens (5-4) somehow in last place despite having the second-best point differential in the NFL.

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The Capitals have lost four straight games and five of their past six.

Sloppy stretch has led to early-season woes Caps’ defense has been mistake-prone during team’s four-game skid CAPITALS As the Coyotes pumped goal after goal into the Capitals’ net Sunday, each flashing red light doubled as a warning signal. Washington’s 6-5 loss to Arizona, its fourth straight defeat and fifth in six games, was the latest in a dismaying trend of setbacks. A host of familiar problems have re-emerged, leaving the Capitals (4-5-2) frustrated. “Guys are going to make mistakes. You just need other guys to pick them up,” defenseman Brooks Orpik said. “Right now,

one guy makes a mistake and everyone else watches it happen. We need guys to support each other a little bit better.” The Capitals held a secondperiod lead in all five losses, but have zero standings points to show for any of them. Opponents have feasted on sloppy defensivezone coverage, featuring too many turnovers to count. The goaltenders, though not entirely at fault, have failed to make big saves to bail out their teammates. Washington’s save percentage in the past six games is .858, the worst in the NHL over that span as of Monday. In coaching nearly 1,200 games prior to this season, Barry Trotz learned that adversity

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Introducing AP’s All-America team Following the precedent set by Harrison Barnes in 2010, Duke’s Jahlil Okafor has become the third freshman in the past five seasons to be named to The Associated Press’ preseason All-America team, released Monday. The rest of the team has a little more experience. JOHN MARSHALL (AP) Marcus Paige, North Carolina Junior guard (2013-14: 17.5 ppg, 4.2 apg)

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Paige was the leading vote getter, named on 58 ballots from the 65-member national media panel. The 6-foot-1 guard took a huge leap from his freshman to sophomore seasons, doubling his scoring average while becoming one of the nation’s best crunch-time players.

Fred VanVleet, Wichita State Junior guard (11.6 ppg, 5.4 apg)

As a freshman, the hard-working VanVleet received on-the-job training from senior Malcom Armstead during the Shockers’ Final Four run in 2012-13. Last season, he blossomed into one of the nation’s best point guards, with a 4-to-1 turnover-to-assist ratio.

Montrezl Harrell, Louisville Junior forward (14.0 ppg, 8.4 rpg)

The athletic, 6-foot-8, 240 pounder was a role player during Louisville’s national title run in 2013,but he’s expected to hoist the talented Cardinals on his broad shoulders this season. After bypassing a shot at the NBA, he spent the offseason working on his midrange game.

Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin Senior forward (13.9 ppg, 6.3 rpg)

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The 7-footer was a nightmare matchup last season with his ability to score inside or out and swat shots away on defense. Kaminsky led the Badgers to their first Final Four since 2000 and spurned a chance at the NBA in hopes of getting them all the way to a championship this year.

Jahlil Okafor, Duke Freshman forward (HS: 24.1 ppg, 11.3 rpg)

The 6-foot-11 freshman from Chicago was the MVP of the McDonald’s All-American game and was considered by many as the No. 1 overall player in his class. Okafor has a wide wingspan, good footwork, and arrives in Durham, N.C., with a polished game and an NBA-ready body.

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Cabrera is a free agent but could be an option to come back in 2015 NATIONALS The Nationals’ offseason is a muddled picture, but they have one clear mission: They need to find a second baseman. The Nationals opened 2014 with Anthony Rendon manning second base, but he moved to third base after injuries to Ryan Zimmerman, and he will likely stay there as the Nationals bid farewell to Adam LaRoche and move Zimmerman across the diamond. They traded for Asdrubal Cabrera at the deadline rather than hand the position to Danny Espinosa, and Cabrera is a free agent this winter.

“We need to see where we’re at, what we want our payroll to be, who’s a movable item, who’s acquirable, what type of options are out there,” general manager Mike Rizzo said. The easiest way to fill the position would be free agency. The safest bet would be Cabrera, whom the Nationals know and like from their stretch run. “He had a great half a season for us,” Rizzo said. “He was a great teammate. He’s a professional player. He plays good defense. He’s a guy we had a great feel for. We know that specific player very well.” Oakland’s Jed Lowrie may be the best free agent fit for the Nationals. Like Cabrera, he would provide a switch hitter in a lineup that needs a left-handed presence

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Asdrubal Cabrera hit .229 in 49 games with the Nationals in 2014.

with LaRoche’s departure. Free agent Stephen Drew would provide a switch hitter, but he presents a risk after he fell off offensively in 2014, batting .162

with the Red Sox and Yankees. On the trade market, the Nationals may again try to engage the Mets about Daniel Murphy. The Nationals had brief conversations regarding Murphy before they acquired Cabrera at the trade deadline. Murphy is limited defensively but made the all-star team in 2014. If the Nationals don’t like their options at second, they also could simply fill third base instead. Rendon is better at third base than second, but he’s more than capable at either spot. “Anthony Rendon, we know he can play two positions very well,” Rizzo said. “So he gives us flexibility. It’s a roster that gives us options on different ways we can construct a team.” ADAM KILGORE (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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869 21st Street • Washington, DC

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2BRS FROM $950 - $1025 3BRS $1350 Secured Buildings • Hardwood Floors Dishwashers • On Site Laundry 1 Block from Benning Rd. Subway Station

for one adult 18yrs and older or two adults $35

BASS CIRCLE APARTMENTS

SE: 1341 29th St . 1BR apt, hdwd flrs, secure bldg, mins from downtown. $750/mo + gas & elec. Delwin Realty 202-561-4675 SE- 1560 27th St. 2BR apt, $925 all utils incl, hardwood flrs, near metro, secure building. Call Delwin Realty 202-561-4675

Congress Heights, SE- Near Bolling Air Force Base 1BR $800 + utilities, Clean, Quiet, & Secure, 501 Mellon St. SE. 20032 301-552-2989

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NE - 1850 Kendall St - 1 & 2 BR, CAC, Renovated. $760 - $800 + utils. Application fee $15. Immed occupancy. 202-582-7155 NE- 6001 Eads St- 1BR, Renovated, w-w carpet, secure building, close to Metro. Section 8 ok. $900/month + gas & electric. 240-688-9805 NE - Huntwood Crt. Under new management. 1BR $860+. 2BR $920+. 5000 Hunt St NE. 888-349-3845 NMI Prop Mgmt.

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$ 500 off 1st months rent if move in by 10/25/14

1 Bedrooms @ $750

Application Fee $25.00

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Jetu Apartments • FREE UTILITIES • Wall-to-Wall Carpet • On-Site Laundry & Playgrounds • 24-hr. Emergency Maintenance • Steps away from Café, Shopping & Metro

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$45,180

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• Computer Lab & Classes • Metro Accessible • After school and Summer program for the kids • Easy access to 495/295, Metro and Shopping

Contact Jackie or Paula at 301-773-8484

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1829 Belle Haven Drive, Hyattsville, MD 20785

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Spacious 1 Bedrooms from $1,379.00

Spacious Floor Plans • Huge Walk-In Closets Pet Friendly • Pool & Fitness Center Dishwasher/Washer & Dryer • Near Metro *

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FREE Internet & Cable* (*1-BR only) State of the Art Fitness Center Stainless Steel Appliances** Granite Countertops** Washer & Dryer** Free Gas (cooking & heat) & Water Outdoor & Indoor Pools (**Select Units) *Subject to change.

• Free gas and water • State-of-the-art fitness center

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1, 2 & 3 BR APTS. HUGE 2 BR TOWNHOMES

• Roomy, modern apts. • Private balconies/patios • Cathedral ceiling

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MD RENTALS

Silver Spring/Burtonsville: unty Housing Montgomery Co rs Welcome! Choice Vouche

Apartments available now at these rates: 1BR-$1132, 2 BR-$1261, 3BR-$1655. **income restrictions apply** • Great Location—Min to Silver Spring metro, I-495 and I-95 • Kitchens with Sunrooms • Washer/Dryer in Apt • Select homes w/Den • King Size Bedrooms • Pet Park/Large Pets Welcome • Pool and Playground

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SILVER SPR/Forest Glen Metro $599 price is for 1st Mo. Rent/1 BR only. (on a 12 mo. lease) 1-BR $1050 | 2-BR $1225

WINDSOR COURT AND TOWER APTS

Open House on Oct 25, 2014 from 10am-4pm

• Enormous Floor Plans • Sound Absorbing Floors • Close to Shopping • Pet Friendly • Washer & Dryers in all 3 BR units

1 BR- $950 2 BR- $1350 3 BR- $1750 301-637-0723

Arundel

A PA R T M E N T S

1st Mo. Rent/1 BR only

MOVE IN SPECIAL

$

599

(when you sign a 12mo. lease) Super Convenient Location Close to shops & rec. ctr

Silver Spring

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TOWERS MOVE-IN SPECIAL

$599 price is for 1st Mo. Rent/1 BR only (when you sign a 12 mo. lease).

1 BR’s are $1050

1BR $875 • 2BR $975

Central Air • Elevator Off St. Parking • Mid-Rise Apts All Utilities Included

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BR’s starting at $899 and

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301.568.5600

3901 Suitland Rd. Suitland, MD 20746

Conveniently located near Beltway (495, 95, 295) Pennsylvania Ave.

ROOMMATES

4901 Seminary Rd., ALEXANDRIA, VA

TAKOMA PARK- Rooms Avail. Utils incl. Fully carpeted w/ fp & fenced in byard. Close to metro & bus line. $600-$1200 /mo. 240-507-6107

SOUTHERN TOWERS s  m  l $900 1Br  m  g $1100 2Br  m  l $1500 3Br  m  g $1900

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• All utilities paid • No Security Deposit • Metrobus at front door to Pentagon & Van Dorn Metro • Free parking • Convenient to Pentagon, Shopping & I-395 *All Prices & Specials Subject to change without notice.

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TYSON'S CORNER- Bdrm in shrd TH, deck, W/D, FPL. Cable TV & int. Privacy, security. By Metro & shops. $600. Available 11/15. Call 703-587-8423 UPPER MARLBORO, MD Room with private BA for $600. Quiet area, near malls & bus routes. 301-237-6862

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Silver Spring

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ALEXANDRIA - Unfurn Mstr BR w/prvt BA, 15 min walk to Springfield Metro. Incl all utilities. N/S. Pet Lover. $1000/month. Call 703-971-8934 ALEX- Walk to metro, prof'l male pref, no smoking, large furn bdrm, share house. W/D,. $875 incl util, cable and internet. Avail now. 703-360-2518 ALEXANDRIA- Between Van Dorn/Huntington Metro, off Franconia Rd. OSP. F pref 2 rms, $520/$400 utils incl 703-980-4995, 703-980-4446 BOWIE-Lg room avail. Pvt entr & BA, wlk-in closet, side sitting rm, W/D. Close to Metro. $750. 301-437-8016

BURKE CENTER- Male or Female. No smking. TH. $450 inc utils. 703-250-1346 703-539-0043 CAPITAL HEIGHTS - Prof applicant, Furn rm for rent, 1 person, shr Bath & kit. $675 +1/3 utils. 301-502-6581 CAPITAL HGHTS-$179Wk. Nr. metro, Lrg furn BR, clean & quiet; FIOS TV, Wi-fi, lndry & utils incl. 301-442-6458 Gaithersburg—walkout basement - $950+util,1BR, 1BA,text 301-500-5326. Lease,dep.ND/NS/Nodrugs

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fit

Students never just hang out at Fuse Ladder, a new class at the 14th Street Pilates studio.

COMING SOON

TEDDY WOLFF (FOR EXPRESS)

Two for the money

Climbing out on a limb Fuse Ladder introduces students to a new apparatus and some forgotten muscles CLASS REVIEW At the just-opened second location of Fuse Pilates, get ready to climb. The 14th Street studio is up a flight of stairs, and devotes a room to its newest class: Ladder. WHAT IT IS: Founder Mariska Breland never imagined she’d build “anything other than Legos.” But the buzz about barre workouts had her sketching schematics in search of a new twist to offer. For a tough standing routine, Breland wanted to incorporate spring weights for strength training. And she wanted students to be able to grab the apparatus at several heights — and dangle from it, too. “That’s a ladder,” explains Breland, who tapped a local contractor to turn her vision into a solid-maple reality. Senior instructor Addie Ungaretti installed a prototype in

her garage this summer, and collaborated with Breland to develop a repertoire of exercises. “My neighbors could overhear me working out and probably thought I was crazy,” Ungaretti says. The results, however, were crazy effective, Breland adds. The upright design allowed them to toy with balance challenges and hanging moves not possible on other Pilates equipment. So they had a dozen more ladders made for the new studio. MOVES: At Fuse, instructors begin all 55-minute classes by asking which three body parts students want to target. Ladder is no different, but legs and forearms always get extra attention thanks to the warm-up — a heart-pumping, 15-minute climbing series, followed by climb-and-leg-lift combos. Palms get sweaty, which is

Details Fuse Ladder is offered exclusively at the studio’s new location (1401 14th St. NW, fusepilates.com). New students can try two classes for $25, which is the price of a single drop-in.

why the studio has pot holder-like pieces of rubber to help hands stick to the rungs. Then it’s time to attach springs to the sides of the ladder on a series of numbered hooks. (Higher — in height and number — means harder.) They add resistance to up the difficulty of squats, bicep curls, abdominal roll-downs and more. WORKOUT: “I was sore for days after my first class,” says Jen Yeh, 32, who’s worked out at Fuse for four years but isn’t used to so much climbing and dangling. As

Colleen Sanders, 31, walked out of Ladder last week, she noted, “My legs are still shaking.” The culprit? Lunges on her tiptoes with one leg on the floor and the other on the ladder. “You know it’s a challenging class when pushups are the easiest part,” she added. (Breland told her that future pushups with feet elevated on the ladder won’t feel so easy.) WATCH OUT: The springs are modifiable, and students can choose to use a different rung if they’re hurting. But those with severe shoulder injuries may want to stay away — or, at least, not try to hang from the top and tuck their legs into their stomach. (At a recent class, most students were too clumsy to pull that off anyway.) Also, grippy socks might help those with sensitive feet. HOLLEY

Residents of certain D.C. neighborhoods have so many fitness options that picking just one for a monthly membership leaves them feeling powerless. “They’re wondering, ‘Do I want to pay X for this gym, or X for that studio?’ Because if they’re doing both, they’re overpaying,” says Hameto Benkreira, founder of Drop In (local.trydropin.com), a startup that hawks workout class passes. He’s cooked up a new idea, DistrictPass, that launches later this month. The concept is folks pay one price (starting at about $100) to have monthly access to two fitness facilities in the same neighborhood — maybe a yoga studio and a traditional gym, or a CrossFit box and a cycling studio. The first partners will be announced soon, and Benkreira welcomes suggestions for more options. (EXPRESS)

SIMMONS AND VICKY HALLETT (EXPRESS)

Saturday’s Half and Half Marathon, in which competitors consume a half smoke and run 13.1 miles, is sold out

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You’ll want to get a fast start. Later, a slowdown is to be expected, but it shouldn’t have any far-reaching consequences. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) The promise of something more will have you moving in a direction that surprises some, but that gives you more energy and drive. GEMINI (May 21-June 20)

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1922: British archaeologist Howard Carter and his workmen discover a step leading to the tomb of King Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt.

1979: Hundreds of Iranian students storm the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, taking more than 60 American hostages. President Jimmy Carter ordered a total embargo of Iranian oil as a result.

2008: Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois defeats Sen. John McCain of Arizona to become the 44th U.S. president, and the first AfricanAmerican elected to the White House.

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Man not sure how Secret Santa works Police in Massachusetts went to the home of a man who has been sending strange gifts to Ariana Grande. According to TMZ, Tim Normandin, 29, has mailed Grande a 42-pound pumpkin, eight Yankee candles, a K-Mart mirror set and a rock from New Hampshire. Police threatened Normandin with harassment charges if he didn’t desist, but he said he will continue to send the packages. (EXPRESS)

Halle Berry is attempting to dramatically decrease her child support payments to her daughter’s father, Gabriel Aubry, from $16,000 to $3,800 a month. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Berry claims Aubry uses his payments for personal expenses, including gym memberships, clothing, health insurance and miscellaneous electronics. Aubry, a model, now claims that he has been unable to find work since Berry’s husband, Olivier Martinez, attacked him in her driveway in 2012, injuring Aubry’s face. (EXPRESS)

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Gisele Bundchen on Saturday posted an Instagram photo of her and Tom Brady’s two children, Benjamin and Vivian, meeting the Dalai Lama. In the photo, the Dalai Lama cups 4-year-old Benjamin’s face in his hands, while Bundchen stands nearby holding 23-month-old Vivian. “What an inspiring and kind man. … Grateful for this magical moment,” Bundchen captioned the photo. (EXPRESS)

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