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Ex-Wife Unimpressed, Installs Giant Slingshot in Her Yard A man in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., who had moved next door to where his ex-wife lives with her new beau, installed a 12-foot-tall hand statue with the middle finger extended on his back porch last week. The Mirror reported that Alan Markovitz, who owns strip clubs in Detroit, said the $7,000 giant gesture isn’t aimed at his ex-wife, but at her new boyfriend. (EXPRESS) APOLOGIES

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Officials Cancel Every Race, Just Give Kenyans the Medals Four villagers in Kenya chased down and captured two cheetahs that had been killing one villager’s goats one by one. The BBC reported Friday that the men waited until the hottest part of the day before chasing the world’s fastest animals for four miles. The cheetahs tired and were captured alive and given over to the Kenya Wildlife Service. (EXPRESS)

‘ARE YOU SURE THIS IS THE MOVE WE PRACTICED?’ Performers ride cars and motorcycles inside a wooden cylinder called the “Wall of Death” on Sunday during the annual farmer fair at Shama Chak Jhiri, India. Farmers from all over India gather to pay tribute to the Samadhi, or tomb, of legendary farmer Baba Jit Mal, popularly known as Baba Jitto, who sacrificed his life to liberate farmers from oppression.

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‘The Whole Neighborhood’s Gone’ Sumatran tiger cubs Sukacita, above, and Bandar will make their public debut today at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. The pair can also be seen on the zoo’s tiger cub cam.

Germany on NSA Spying The German parliament will hold a special session today on recently revealed reports that the National Security Agency tapped Chancellor Angela Merkel’s phone.

Presidential Medal Given President Barack Obama will award the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Wednesday to former President Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Gloria Steinem, Loretta Lynn and others.

Chicago Dozens of tornadoes and intense thunderstorms swept across the Midwest on Sunday, causing extensive damage in several central Illinois communities, killing at least three people and prompting officials at Chicago’s Soldier Field to evacuate the stands and delay the Bears game. “The whole neighborhood’s gone. The wall of my fireplace is all that is left of my house,” said Michael Perdun, speaking by cellphone from the hardhit town of Washington, where he said his neighborhood was wiped out in a matter of seconds. “I stepped outside and I heard it coming. My daughter was already in the basement, so I ran downstairs and grabbed her, crouched in the laundry room and all of a sudden I could see daylight up the stairway and my house was gone.” An elderly man and his sister were killed when a tornado hit their home around noon in the rural community of New Minden, said Mark Styninger, the coroner of Washington County in southern Illinois. A third person died in Washington, said Melanie Arnold of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency. She did not provide details.

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Firefighters survey the destruction on the north side of Washington, Ill., where a tornado leveled at least 50 homes on Sunday.

“After the tornado, [I was] walking through the neighborhoods, and I couldn’t even tell what street I was on. Just completely flattened — some of the neighborhoods here in town, hundreds of homes.” — T Y LER GEE , A WASHINGTON, ILL., ALDERMAN SPEAKING SUNDAY TO WLS-TV

By mid-afternoon it remained unclear how many people were hurt. And Steve Brewer, chief operating officer at Methodist Medical Center of Illinois in Peoria, said that four or five people had come to the hospital seeking treatment, but he described their injuries as minor. He said another area hospital had received about 15 patients, but did not know the severity of their injuries. Just how many tornadoes hit was unclear Sunday afternoon. According to the National Weather Services’ website, a total of 59 tornadoes had struck, the bulk of them in Illinois. But meteorologist Matt Friedlein said the total might fall because emergen-

cy workers, tornado spotters and others often report the same tornado. According to agency officials, parts of Illinois, Indiana, southern Michigan and western Ohio were at the greatest risk of seeing tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds throughout the day Sunday. Strong winds and atmospheric instability were expected to sweep across the Central Plains during the day before pushing into the midAtlantic states and northeast by evening. Many of the storms were expected to become supercells, with the potential to produce tornadoes, large hail and destructive winds. DON BABWIN (AP)

1 in 5 May Not Be Able to Enroll Using Health-Care Site Washington The Obama administration will consider the new federal insurance marketplace a success if 80 percent of users can buy health-care plans online, according to government and industry officials familiar with the project. The goal for how many people should be able to make it through the insurance exchange is an internal target that administration officials have not made public. It

Three Groups According to a government official familiar with the new target, the 20 percent who are unlikely to be able to enroll at healthcare.gov are expected to fall into three groups: people whose family circumstances are so complicated that the website cannot determine their subsidy eligibility, people uncomfortable buying insurance online and people who encounter technical problems. (T WP)

acknowledges that as many as one in five Americans who try to use the website to buy insurance will be unable to do so. The measure is the first concrete performance standard in the 3½ years since the government began to design the health exchange, and was defined by a group of federal officials and technical experts in late October. It is now guiding the work of hundreds of government employees and contractors racing to try to repair the balky website by the

administration’s Nov. 30 deadline. Whether the government meets the benchmark — and whether the public regards it as adequate — will be a central factor in President Barack Obama’s efforts to increase support for the controversial healthcare law and lure customers to the federal insurance marketplace. A d m i n i s t r at ion of f ic i a l s acknowledge that until recently, they had no concrete definition for how well healthcare.gov should work, but they say one would not

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NASA hopes its newest Mars spacecraft lives up to its know-itall name. The robotic explorer called MAVEN is due to blast off aboard an unmanned rocket today on a 10-month journey to the red planet. There, it will orbit Mars and study the atmosphere to try to understand how the planet morphed from warm and wet to cold and dry.

When its solar wings are extended, Maven stretches 37.5 feet — about the length of a school bus. It weighs 5,410 pounds, the same weight as an SUV. Attached to one of MAVEN’s solar wings is a DVD containing more than 100,000 names submitted by the public, as well as more than 1,000 Japanese-style haiku verses and 377 student art contest entries. (AP)

“A maven is a trusted expert,” noted NASA’s space science chief, John Grunsfeld. MAVEN will help scientists “build a story of the Mars atmosphere and help future human explorers who journey to Mars.” The $671 million mission is NASA’s 21st crack at Earth’s most enticing neighbor, coming on the heels of the Curiosity rover, still rolling strong a year after its arrival. MAVEN — short for Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution, with

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U.S. Closes in on Troop Agreement With Afghans The United States and Afghanistan have circulated a completed draft of a bilateral security agreement that will indefinitely extend the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan beyond next year’s combat troop withdrawal, and they expect to sign the document by the end of the year, according to congressional and Obama administration officials. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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China to Ease 1-Child Rule China’s leaders announced Friday the first significant easing of its one-child policy in nearly 30 years and moved to abolish its labor camp system — addressing unpopular programs at a time when the Communist Party feels increasingly alienated from the public. (AP)

“The world is watching, and the Netherlands has been found wanting.” — QUINSY GA RIO, ONE OF ABOUT 300 PROTESTING “BLACK PETE,” SANTA CLAUS’ SERVANT IN BLACKFACE MAKEUP IN THE DUTCH’S ANNUAL SINTERKLAAS FESTIVAL

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U.S. Offers $10M Reward For Benghazi Attackers The State Department said Friday that it has been quietly offering rewards since January of up to $10 million for information leading to the arrest or conviction of any person involved in the 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Libya. The announcement ends weeks of Obama administration silence on questions about whether it was using all available means to catch the attackers. (AP)

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McAllister Wins Seat In Congress in Louisiana Vance McAllister, a political newcomer backed by the “Duck Dynasty” TV family, was elected Saturday as Louisiana’s newest Republican member of Congress. McAllister beat established candidate Neil Riser, a state senator, in a runoff election for the vacant 5th District seat. (AP)

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Haiyan Relief Gives U.S. Image a Boost Typhoon victims hail American aid efforts in devastated areas

Meanwhile ... Philippine President Benigno Aquino III said Sunday that he will stay in typhoon-battered Leyte province until he sees more progress in the aid effort following complaints from survivors that they have yet to receive proper help. Aquino is expected to set up camp in Tacloban, the capital of Leyte province, but it is not clear where he will find suitable accommodations. Virtually every building in the city was damaged or destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan on Nov. 8. Electricity is available only in small pockets through diesel generators. There is no running water, and people must manage with water supplied by tankers. (AP)

Villagers have welcomed aid from the U.S. military in Typhoon Haiyan’s aftermath.

like Haiyan strike, staging massive humanitarian relief missions for allies in need isn’t just about being a good neighbor. They can be a strategic and publicity goldmine for U.S. troops whose presence in Asia isn’t always portrayed

in such a favorable light — and a powerful warning to countries that aren’t on board. “These disasters are not unique only to the Philippines. It will send a signal to all of Southeast Asia, to Asia, that the U.S. is serious about

In the week since the disaster, the Philippines has started to receive support from military forces around the region. But none has come close to matching the U.S. Equally important, America’s regional rival China has not sent any military personnel, and contributed relatively tiny financial aid. “This is being done in a big way that highlights the meager response of China — that’s the politics there. They’re saying China is not actually your friend in the region,” Casiple said. ERIC TALMADGE (AP)

its presence here,” said Philippine political analyst Ramon Casiple. “It’s easy to translate this capability for disaster handling into handling warfare. This is the new orientation of the task forces.” For U.S. allies like the Philippines, Vietnam, South Korea, Thailand and to some extent Indonesia, it is an affirmation of U.S. commitment. For others who are more closely aligned with China, Casiple said the mission is a not-so-subtle message that the U.S remains the biggest power in the region.

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Pakistan Ex-President To Be Tried for Treason Pakistan’s government plans to put its former president, Pervez Musharraf, on trial for treason for declaring a state of emergency and suspending the constitution while in power, the interior minister said Sunday. Musharraf could face the death penalty or life in prison if he is convicted of treason, but some question whether the country’s powerful army actually will let that happen. (AP) TEHRAN, IRAN

Iran: No Need for West to Declare Enrichment Right Iran sees no need for world powers to publicly acknowledge its “right” to uranium enrichment, its foreign minister said Sunday, offering a potential way to sidestep a sticking point on a possible nuclear deal when talks resume this week. (AP)

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As soon as Navy pilot Matthew Stafford puts his helicopter down in the Philippines village of Borongan, he is rushed by dozens of local men who form a line to unload the supplies and water he has flown in from the mother ship, the USS George Washington aircraft carrier. Children swarm him as he breaks out a box of sweets. On the Philippine islands of Leyte and Samar that were shattered by Typhoon Haiyan, there is no doubt about it: the U.S. military has been a godsend. “It is awesome to see this,” says one grateful villager. “They are saving us.” But while U.S. military support can be critical when disasters

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Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan’s former president, is set to face treason charges. BEIRUT

Fighting in Western Syria Forces Residents to Flee Thousands of Syrians poured into Lebanon over the past two days, taking shelter in wedding halls and makeshift shacks after fleeing heavy fighting in Qalamoun, a rugged mountain region across the border in western Syria, U.N. and local officials said Sunday. (AP)

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Man Who Hid Nazi Art Trove Wants It Back Collector who kept priceless cache in Germany speaks out Berlin The recluse German collector who kept a priceless trove of art, possibly including works stolen by the Nazis, hidden for half a century says he did so because he “loved” them and that he wants them back. Cornelius Gurlitt told German magazine Der Spiegel in an interview published Sunday that he wanted to protect the collection built up by his late father Hildebrand, an art dealer commissioned by the Nazis to sell works that Adolf Hitler’s regime wanted to get rid of. Bavarian authorities say they suspect the elder Gurlitt may have acquired pictures taken from Jews by the Nazis — and that this may lead to restitution claims by the original owners or their heirs. Gurlitt told Der Spiegel that everybody needs something to love.

Backstory Officials were unaware of Cornelius Gurlitt’s collection until a chance customs check three years ago led them to his apartment. Authorities kept the find secret for more than a year and a half. But since the case was revealed by the German magazine Focus two weeks ago, they have come under pressure to find a solution that will prevent legal obstacles from standing in the way of rightful claims to the art. (AP)

“And I loved nothing more in life than my pictures,” the magazine quoted him as saying. Off icials are investigating whether Gurlitt may have “misappropriated” the pictures or committed tax offenses in connection with them. But Gurlitt told Der Spiegel that he won’t just hand over the art. “I won’t talk to them, and I’m not giving anything back voluntarily, no, no,” he is quoted as saying. FR ANK JORDANS (AP)

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A BOEING 737 CRASHED Sunday night while trying to land at the airport in the Russian city of Kazan. All 44 passengers and six crew members died when the passenger airliner went down at about 7:20 p.m. local time.

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U.S. Traffic Deaths Rise Fatalities among non-car drivers fuels first spike since 2005 Transportation Fatal accidents that killed motorcyclists, bike riders and pedestrians helped drive up the number of U.S. traffic fatalities in 2012 for the first time since 2005, according to federal data released Thursday. Higher death rates among those who travel the roadways on two wheels or on foot accounted for more than half of the increase, and 28 percent of the total number of 33,561 people killed last

The Region The District joined 13 states in recording fewer traffic fatalities, while Maryland and Virginia saw increases. D.C. had 15 fatalities, down from 27 in 2011. Virginia had 777, up from 764 the year before. Maryland had 505 deaths, 20 more than in 2011. (T WP)

year, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The overall death toll rose by 1,802 deaths over 2011, and that total was increased by 657 additional deaths of motorcyclists, bike riders and pedestrians. The

9,426 deaths of road users in those three categories were only slightly eclipsed by the number of deaths attributed to drunken driving: 10,322. “While highway deaths continue to remain at historic lows … 2012 data tells us that we still have a great deal of work to do,” NHTSA Administrator David Strickland said. “Americans are still driving drunk, are still driving distracted and aren’t always wearing their seat belts.” In addition to the deaths, the data showed that nearly 2.4 million people were injured in crashes last year, a 6.5 percent increase from 2011.

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Washington Virginia’s top corporate executives, including many who have backed Republicans before, are betting that Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe will be good for business. Top union leaders think he’s their man, too. Can McAuliffe satisfy both? While unions were pouring money and muscle into electing McAuliffe, he was busy promising to uphold the state’s antiunion “right-to-work” law and winning endorsements from business groups. As a result, both big business and big labor consider

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a message beyond Virginia. “If we’re able to elect a business-friendly progressive in the commonwealth of Virginia,” said Harold Schaitberger, general president of the D.C.-based International Association of Fire Fighters, then it “may be a reflection or a harbinger of where we see ourselves going in 2014.” During the campaign, McAuliffe chose his words carefully when discussing organized labor. Touring a Metro station under construction, McAuliffe declined to say whether he would defend Virginia’s right-towork law, which bans compulsory union membership as a condition of employment. Later, McAuliffe made clear that the state’s right-to-work law is here to stay.

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National Zoo’s Giant Panda Cub Getting Giant The National Zoo says its female giant panda cub now weighs nearly 10 pounds. The zoo says the cub weighed in Friday at 9.68 pounds. Officials say the cub’s nose is starting to lose its pink color and turn black like an adult panda. The cub will make her public debut at the zoo in early 2014. (AP)

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The General Services Administration on Friday formally opened a search for a new campus for an FBI headquarters, saying it is looking for 50 acres within two miles of a Metro station and two-and-a-half miles of the Capital Beltway. The FBI says its current home at the J. Edgar Hoover Building no longer fits its needs, and the GSA has already solicited ideas from developers and local governments about how it might trade the building for a new headquarters. Months later, the GSA is now specifying what locations it will consider, narrowing the parts of the region that are eligible to receive the FBI’s 11,000 headquarters jobs. Among the minimum requirements the GSA will require property that can accommodate 2.1 million square feet of office and related space and level V security protection. The requirements closely track

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those in a resolution set by a Senate committee in 2011, but they would eliminate the possibility that the FBI could relocate farther into Northern Virginia, such as to Culpepper or Stafford counties. GSA set a Dec. 17 deadline for proposals. The agency hopes to narrow the list of locations early next year, seek a development partner in mid-2014 and select a partner to build the new FBI campus in 2015. JONATHAN O’CONNELL (CAPITAL BUSINESS)

The Arlington County Board said Saturday that it wants to use tax tools to help nonprofit developers pay for affordable housing along the rapidly developing Columbia Pike. Board members said the proposal would capture 25 percent of any new real-estate taxes and dedicate that money to a fund that would pay for infrastructure and fees, thus allowing nonprofit developers, who build most of Arlington’s affordable housing, to qualify for tax credits. (THE WASHINGTON POST) WASHINGTON

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126 191 PASSING YARDS

276 236 TURNOVERS

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RGIII Picked Apart

The Redskins’ late comeback fell short and Washington lost 24-16 to the Eagles on Sunday. Down 24-0 in the fourth quarter, the Redskins rallied behind Robert Griffin III’s touchdown passes of 62 yards to Darrel Young and 41 yards to Aldrick Robinson, converting both 2-point conversions. RGIII then drove the Redskins to the Eagles’ 18 before his pass off his back foot was intercepted by Brandon Boykin. Philly improved to 6-5 and are first in the NFC East — a half-game ahead of idle Dallas (5-5). The defending division champion Redskins are 3-7, last place in the NFC East. (AP)

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Worst First-Half Stat The Redskins had 10 days to prepare for Sunday’s game, and this was the result: Griffin had 26 passing yards, and the Redskins lost 22 yards on three sacks by halftime.

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68 39 The Stars

Best Momentum Changer An RGIII to Darrel Young 62-yard TD pass early in the fourth quarter. A well-timed pause after the catch forced Trent Cole and Patrick Chung to collide, giving Young a clear path to the end zone for the Redskins’ first points of the game.

Alfred Morris

Best Clutch Catch

MATT SLOCUM (AP)

REDSKINS RB

In the first half, Morris was the only reason the Redskins were moving the ball on offense. He finished with 93 yards on 22 carries. Because of the score, he saw little action after halftime.

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EAGLES RB

The leading rusher in the NFL repeatedly made Redskins defenders miss, racing for 77 yards and two touchdowns on the ground and an additional 73 yards receiving. (EXPRESS)

The Redskins quarterback, always and forever. Robert Griffin III in the first quarter had a gain of 14 yards and a first down, followed by an awkward slide. But hey, at least he’s sliding.

Worst Continuation Of a Trend Redskins safety E.J. Biggers was flagged for a helmet-to-helmet hit on DeSean Jackson on the first defensive possession. That keeps happening in the Redskins’ secondary, no matter who is playing.

Worst Ending

Worst Matchup Ryan Kerrigan is a very talented player, but it’s not a good idea for him to be covering the NFL’s most dangerous running back in one-on-one situations. LeSean McCoy ran right past Kerrigan out of the backfield, and Nick Foles found him for a long completion. Philadelphia scored two plays later.

MATT SLOCUM (AP)

LeSean McCoy

Best Awkward Slide

First, the Redskins’ team bus got egged by Eagles fans on the way into the stadium. Later on, LeSean McCoy showed how tough he is during pregame activities by grabbing a Redskins fan’s banner, balling it up and throwing it to the ground. Stay classy, Philly.

Best Body Sacrifice RGIII, forgoing all fears of bodily injury, kept the ball on the 2-point conversion and dove into the end zone over multiple defenders, landing on this back and scaring all of Washington for about two seconds.

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was sacked four times for a loss of 28 yards as Washington fell to the Eagles on Sunday.

Worst Welcome to Town

Aldrick Robinson, with an incredible catch in the end zone after a 41-yard pass from RGIII that would have fallen just a bit short if not for a well executed dive by Robinson.

Redskins receiver Aldrick Robinson pulls in a 41-yard touchdown pass against the Eagles on Sunday.

All of the momentum came to a crashing halt with seconds left in the game. RGIII made the terrible decision to throw to the end zone on third and one. He just heaved the ball up in the air, leaving it up for grabs. Unfortunately, Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin was the one who grabbed it. Game over. DAN STEINBERG (THE WASHINGTON POST)

For more of Dan Steinberg’s best and worst from Sunday’s game, visit washingtonpost.com/sports.

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Sports All Eyes on RGIII Robert Griffin III struggled with his accuracy all day, from missing a wide-open Logan Paulsen on the Redskins’ first drive, to his final throw of the game — a desperation pass to the back of the end zone that ended up in the hands of Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin. Entering Week 11, Griffin ranked 17th in the NFL with a 60.8 completion percentage. Sunday’s game was the third time this year he completed 50 percent of his passes or fewer in a game. (E XPRESS)

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Robbie Gould kicked a 38-yard field goal to lift the Chicago Bears (6-4) to a victory over Baltimore on Sunday in a game delayed about two hours by a torrential downpour. Justin Tucker tied it for the Ravens (4-6) with a 21-yard field goal at the end of regulation. The big delay came after Tucker kicked a 52-yard field goal with 4:51 remaining in the first quarter. Players headed to the locker rooms as heavy rains and winds whipped through Soldier Field.

Ben Roethlisberger passed for 367 yards and four touchdowns, including two in the final 5 minutes as the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied to beat the Detroit Lions. Antonio Brown caught seven passes for 147 yards and two scores and Pittsburgh’s defense rebounded from a horrific second quarter to shut out Detroit in the second half. The Steelers (4-6) have won two straight and kept the Lions (6-4) winless in Pittsburgh for 58 years.

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41 20 Andy Dalton threw two TD passes and Cincinnati returned a blocked punt and a fumble for touchdowns during a 31point second quarter that set a Bengals record and sent the AFC North leaders to a victory over the Cleveland Browns (4-6). The Bengals (7-4) head into their bye week with their division lead intact. They’d lost their last two games in overtime.

Bears running back Matt Forte ran for 83 yards and had 42 yards and a touchdown receiving against the Ravens.

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Other Games Seahawks 41, Vikings 20

Dolphins 20, Chargers 16 Saints 23, 49ers 20 Chiefs, Broncos (late)

41 28 Bobby Rainey rushed for 163 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a victory over the struggling Atlanta Falcons. A waiver wire pickup who’s filling in for the injured Doug Martin and Mike James, Rainey helped the Bucs (2-8) win for the second straight time following an 0-8 start. The Falcons (2-8) have lost four straight.

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Jairus Byrd had two interceptions in leading a Buffalo Bills defense that forced four turnovers in a win over the New York Jets. Da’Norris Searcy returned Geno Smith’s third interception 32 yards for a touchdown. Buffalo (4-7) snapped a three-game skid. The Jets (5-5) became the NFL’s first team to alternate wins and losses through the first 10 games of the season.

Entering Sunday’s game, the Bucs running back had 21 career carries and Tampa Bay had only two rushing touchdowns all season. In the win over the Falcons, Rainey carried the ball 30 times for 163 yards and scored twice.

The Lions star receiver had his fifth 100-yard game of the season, going for 179 yards on six catches in a loss to the Steelers. Over the past four games, Johnson has 746 yards and seven touchdowns, but Detroit has lost two of those contests.

The Steelers quarterback had his second fourtouchdown game of November, throwing for 367 yards in a win over the Lions. He mounted his 31st comeback victory of his 10-year career with a 97-yard, go-ahead drive. (EXPRESS)

Carson Palmer threw for 419 yards to nine players, and all of them played for the Arizona Cardinals. Palmer did not throw an interception for the first time this year, and the Cardinals’ defense stiffened in the second half of a victory over the Jaguars. Arizona (6-4) won its third straight game. The Jaguars (1-9) at least scored a TD at home for the first time this year.

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Receiving yards for Arizona’s Michael Floyd on Sunday — 30 more yards than he had the past four weeks combined.

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NFC playoff teams from a year ago that are in last place in their division (Redskins, Vikings and Falcons).

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Injury Report LeSean McCoy, RB, Eagles left with a hamstring injury, but he returned and played the entire second half. HEATHER AINSWORTH (AP)

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Jabari Greer, CB, Saints hurt his left leg in the first quarter and didn’t return to the game.

Joique Bell, RB, Lions left with a foot injury. He was cleared to return but watched from the sideline.

28 23 Rookie Matt McGloin threw three touchdown passes in his first NFL start and the Raiders extended the Texans’ franchise-record skid to eight games. Houston (2-8) had a chance to take the lead late. But Matt Schaub’s pass to Andre Johnson on fourth down from the 8 was broken up in the end zone to give Oakland (4-6) the win.

27 13 Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul scored on a spectacular, leaping 24-yard fourth-quarter interception return and the resurgent New York Giants won their fourth game in a row with a victory over the slumping and injured-riddled Green Bay Packers. The Giants (4-6) handed the Packers (5-5) their third straight loss, their longest skid since 2008.

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Johnson Wins Sprint Cup Title No. 48 driver claims NASCAR’s top prize for the sixth time NASCAR

The Czech Republic beat Serbia 3-2 in the Davis Cup final Sunday.

JARED C. TILTON (GETTY IMAGES)

Back on top with only two NASCAR greats left to catch, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth championship in eight years Sunday and staked his claim as one of the most dominant competitors in sports history. Johnson, needing only to finish 23rd or better to spoil Matt Kenseth’s career season, was on cruise control most of the day at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Johnson had just one hiccup en route to his ninth-place finish, when a stack up on a restart caused Johnson and Kenseth to bang slightly, costing Johnson 15 spots. Johnson only dropped to 23rd in the field. A caution allowed him to head to pit road, where crew chief Chad Knaus methodically barked commands to repair the damage. Johnson was soon off and running as if nothing had happened.

Jimmie Johnson celebrated his sixth championship in eight years Sunday. He is now just one behind the all-time record.

He claimed the championship by 19 points over Kenseth. Now looming squarely in Johnson’s windshield is the mark of seven titles held by Richard Petty and the late Dale Earnhardt. “I have six, and we’ll see if I can get seven,” said Johnson, who

has been asked repeatedly of late where he thinks he stands in NASCAR history. “Time will tell. I think we need to save the argument until I hang up the helmet, then it’s worth the argument,” he said. “Let’s wait until I hang up the helmet until we

really start thinking about this.” Kenseth, needing a Johnson collapse to have any shot at the title, positioned himself to pounce should anything go awry. He led a race-high 144 laps and finished second to Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin. JENNA FRYER (AP)

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Baylor overtakes Ohio State and Alabama holds the No. 1 ranking for a 13th straight poll this year.

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Czechs Hold on to Davis Cup Tennis The Czech Republic retained the Davis Cup title by beating Serbia 3-2 in the final Sunday after Radek Stepanek swept past Dusan Lajovic in the decisive singles match. The Czech veteran beat the 117th-ranked Lajovic 6-3, 6-1, 6-1, converting his first match point with a volley. That sent about a thousand visiting Czech fans at Kombank Arena in Belgrade, Serbia, into wild celebrations, blowing trumpets and beating their drums. Stepanek spread his hands on the court as Tomas Berdych and other Czech teammates mobbed him. The Czechs won their second straight Davis Cup title, with last year being its first as an independent nation. Serbia won its only crown in 2010, beating France in Belgrade. Lajovic, who has a 5-12 record on the ATP tour and had never played in the Davis Cup before this weekend, replaced Janko Tipsarevic, who missed the final with a heel injury. The Czechs got the crucial point in Saturday’s doubles to go up 2-1. Second-ranked Novak Djokovic then kept alive Serbia’s hopes by beating Berdych 6-4, 7-6 (5), 6-2 on Sunday to improve his career record against the Czech to 15-2. “We both entered this match with a lot of tension,” Djokovic said. “I managed to break his resistance in the second set.” DUSAN STOJANOVIC (AP)

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Drivers - 69 CDL Trainees Needed. No CDL? No problem. Local training avail. Start at $45k+. We need Vets. Call now 1-800-251-3946

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ADMINISTRATOR

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in DC, MD and VA areas. Great part-time income opportunity! Transportation required.

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For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.marymountjobs.com and search for Posting Number M00134.

NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED!

Marymount University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ARE YOU READY FOR YOUR NEXT MISSION?

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority salutes you! We value your commitment to teamwork, discipline, selfless service and mission accomplishment. At Metro, our mission is to operate and maintain a safe and reliable transit system that serves more than 1.3 million passengers a day.

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At TransitWORKS on Tuesday, November 19, we look forward to meeting candidates for: • Bus Operator • Garage Fleet Servicer • Training and Safety Instructor • Bus Maintenance Training Instructor These positions require CDL License/CDL Permit. We will also be recruiting for: • Transit Police

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To advertise a job, call

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202-334-4100. Credit cards accepted.

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Chief Human Resources Officer Norfolk, VA The Virginia Port Authority is an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia, reporting to the Secretary of Transportation. It is the state’s leading agency for international transportation and maritime commerce. The agency is charged with enhancing economic wellbeing for the Commonwealth by marketing and operating six general cargo marine terminals, Norfolk International Terminals, Portsmouth Marine Terminal, Newport News Marine Terminal, APM Terminals in Portsmouth, Port of Richmond and Virginia Inland Port in Front Royal, all of which are operated by its affiliate, Virginia International Terminals, LLC. More information can be found on our website at www.portofvirginia.com. The Chief HR Officer is responsible for providing leadership in developing and executing human resources strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization(s), specifically in the areas of succession planning, talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and compensation. The Chief HR Officer provides strategic leadership by articulating Human Resource needs and plans to the executive management team, shareholders and to the Board of Commissioners. JOB REQUIREMENTS: An energetic, forward-thinking and creative individual with high ethical standards and an appropriate professional image. A strategic planner with sound

technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus. A well-organized and self-directed individual who is “politically savvy” and a team player. An intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and possesses excellent communication skills. A good educator who is trustworthy and willing to share information and serve as a mentor. An excellent facilitator who is experienced in resolving conflicts between different parties to a dispute. A decisive individual who possesses a strategic focus as well as an operational, implementation and detail oriented perspective. Diverse experiences in managing a range of administrative areas of responsibility. BS/ BA degree from an accredited college/ university. MBA/MA/PHR or SPHR preferred. 10-15 years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 10+ years of HR leadership experience in a large company environment preferred. MS Office.

TO APPLY: Interested applicants must submit an application online at www.portofvirginia.com no later than Monday, December 2, 2013.

Chief Public Affairs Officer Norfolk, VA The Virginia Port Authority (VPA) is an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia, reporting to the Secretary of Transportation. It is the state’s leading agency for international transportation and maritime commerce. The agency is charged with enhancing economic wellbeing for the Commonwealth by marketing and operating six general cargo marine terminals, Norfolk International Terminal, Portsmouth Marine Terminal, Newport News Marine Terminal, APM Terminal in Portsmouth, the Port of Richmond and Virginia Inland Port in Front Royal, all of which are operated by its affiliate, Virginia International Terminals, LLC (VIT). More information can be found on our website at www.portofvirginia.com. Responsible, with guidance from the Executive Director and CEO, for developing and managing overall relationships with the Federal, State, and Local Governments, key agencies, organizations and officials; advocating for legislative results for the benefit of the VPA and VIT; and managing the organizations’ public and community relations efforts. Responsible for the strategic design, development and implementation of integrated public relations programs to support the port’s business initiatives. In coordination with the Commercial Division, develop, integrate, and implement public relations activities designed to enhance company brand. Responsible at a senior level for tracking and influencing legislation at all levels of government. Represent

the interests of the VPA and VIT to external consultants, local, state and federal legislators, international groups, the public, and resource and regulatory agencies at all levels of government. Supervise, direct and coordinate the efforts of the Public Affairs, Government Relations and Community Outreach staff in an effective way to allow the organizations to achieve its strategic goals MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business, political science, public relations or a closely related field; 10 or more years of experience in advocacy, transportation, or maritime administration; relevant experience in general management, organization, method analysis and development and implementation of administrative procedures. Candidates must have strong verbal, written and analytical skills, and a sound reasoning of Local, State and Federal government functions as they relate to the VPA and VIT. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Prior experience in public administration, governmental affairs with emphasis on transportation operations and facilities is highly desirable.

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Montgomery College

Workforce Development & Continuing Education

TRANSPORTATION SAFETY INSTITUTE

Safe. Skilled. Licensed. Get prepared and licensed for a career in transportation! Let Montgomery College teach you the skills necessary to pass the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration’s Class B CDL road examination. You will learn the safe and efficient operation of a Class B Passenger bus, plus gain the attitudes attractive to employers. Course includes classroom instruction; maneuver skills and road driving practice along with MD Motor Vehicle Administration CDL B examination practice. Requirements: CDL Learner’s Permit with Passenger and School Bus endorsements, DOT card, and a good driving record. Classes held in monthly Gaithersburg, Montgomery County. For more information, please call 240-567-2577 or visit www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/safety.html

OPEN HOUSE! This Wednesday from 10am-4pm! Classes Start Every Month! - Call to RSVP! • Financial Aid Available For Those Who Qualify • Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Classes • $300/month Transportation Reimbursement • Receive a Computer Upon Graduation

• MEDICAL ASSISTANT • MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION • PC SPECIALIST Veterans Wanted! TECHNICAL LEARNING CENTERS Call Now: (202) 223-3500

TO APPLY: Interested applicants must submit an application online at www.portofvirginia.com no later than Monday, December 2, 2013.

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Classes start soon • PHLEBOTOMY-10 WK • CNA 4 WK • CNA to GNA - 72 HOURS • CPR & FIRST AID

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Kenmore Washer & Dryer, Kenmore Refridgerator-Kenmore Gas Range-Whirlpool freezer/fridge. Call 301-573-7889 202-491-9692 ORIENTAL RUG - 10 x 13.9 Excellent condition, photo available by email. Ideal for living or dining room. $1,200. Call 703-978-8738

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PETS ADOPT A CAT/KITTEN Vet checked. Call Feline Foundation. 703-920-8665 www.ffgw.org Affordable Cute—Best Priced Puppies Around martinsburg wv www.wvpuppy.com several breeds 303-904-6289 Chihuahuas- 2 males, 2yrs & 1.5yrs, up to date on shots, both neutered. $150 each Call 301-529-2352 ENGLISH BULLDOG Puppies AKC, Vet Checked, 2 males, 2 females, Ready 12/4 will hold for Christmas with deposit, $1800. 484-650-1582 German Shepherd —German Shepherd Puppies AKC, $675, Exceptional Quality, Schz. III Lns, 540789-4000 or email highendeavor@swva.net German Shepherd —$1000 OBO,Magnificent pure breed, 3male/ 3 female, 12 weeks old, shots up to date, mother at site 571-224-3048. OLDE ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS 10 wks 1F/1M, IOEBA reg, S/W. 1 Adult M & 1 Adult F- $ 300 (Pet only) For more info call 301-979-2973 OLD ENG BULLDOG PUPS—IOEBA M & F Brindles/Fawns. Tails, shots, health Noelle 202-230-8784 Rottweiler —Born 11/4, Ready by Xmas, $500, 3M/3F, Docked, Dewclaws Rem., Dewormed, 1st Shots, Dep. Req. to Reserve, 2404603688

DC RENTALS Anacostia—$925,+ ELEC, 2 bedrm, 1 ba, 1 Fls, 1818 Q ST SE, 301-996-8285. NEAR BUS LINE.CLN SECURE BLDG.SD REQUIRED.WASH/DRYERON SITE.

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*Income Restrictions Apply

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Move-in by Nov. 10th rec. $ 200.00 off Dec. rent

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305 37th Street SE

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SE

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888.286.7195

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SE - 1-2 BR on Greenline, Secure, Quiet. Approved Voucher. Avail Immediately From $950 Call 703-912-4885 SE - 13th St. 2 mins to metro, 5 min to shops,2BR 1BA $875+util.No Pets. Section8 ok. 202-388-3900 x10 or 202-438-3499

SE DANBURY ST - Attractive1BR $780. 1st monthsrent free.Good creditreq. Metro Buss at corner.Call 202-563-1791 SE- Furnished room, w2w carpet, CAC/heat, near bus. $165/week utilities included. 202-399-0396 OR 202-207-5569 SE-Hanover Court. Under new mgmt. November Special 1BR $700+. 2BR $800+. 2412 Hartford St. SE. 202-506-6416 NMI Property Management

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Friendship Court

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THE

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BRING THIS AD FOR $200 OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH RENT Income Restrictions Apply Metro Accessible

STARTING @ $699*

2 Bedrooms

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4632 Livingston Rd SE Professionally Managed By CIH Properties, Inc. SOUTHWEST/Metro Convenient!

EAGLES CROSSING

*limited time offer. Ask for details

116 Irvington Street SW

866-790-5360

W/W carpet, CAC/1 Air/Heat, Dishwasher, Laundry facility,

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Call for details (877) 464-9774 OPEN HOUSE EVERY FRIDAY 10am-2pm 3539 A St. SE Mon.-Fri. 9-5. Sat. 10-4 Housing Choice Vouchers welcome where rents are within voucher program limits.

SW GALVESTON PLACE - 4BR, 2BA,$1455 + utils. 1st monthsrent free.Good creditreq. Metro Bus at corner.Call 202-563-1791 SW-Madison Ct. Under New Management. Starting at 1BR $815+, 2BR $915+. 32 Chesapeake St. SW 202-561-7368 NMI Property Management SW- Section 8 welcome. 3 Bdrm, 2 BA apt, Newly renov,. CAC $1800 +equal sec. dep. Free application. Also: two 2 bdrm apartments. Large w/ den and two BA, separate dining. $1205 +equal sec. dep. Must See! 301-379-9489 or 202-321-7777 Washington DC Southeast Roland Park - 4801-15 Texas Ave, SE. Call to make an appointment to see our 1&2 BR, steps from Blue Line. From $805 + cooking gas/elec. 301-559-9111. Benning Road Apts – 4952 Benning Road, SE. Spacious 2BR with CAC, Balcony, Off-Street Pkg $1000+ elec. Call 301-559-9111. Washington D.C. Area- Jackson Enterprises LLC. 1,2 &3 BR Apt units Available. Section 8 only. Ask for Mr. Jackson 202-813-9612

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*limited time offer on select apts

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• Stainless Steel Appliances**

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• Outdoor & Indoor Pools

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(**Select Units) *Subject to change.

FREE RENT ‘TIL DECEMBER 1

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1 BRs fr. $810/mo 2 BRs fr. $935/mo

• Minutes to Metro, 495 & B/W Pkwy • Short commute to Capitol Hill • Renovated or classic apts available • Fitness Center

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1BRs .................... $690 Large 1BR............. $715 2BR...................... $775 Large 2BR ........... $935 3BR...................... $950 • Selected apts. available for immediate move in • Gas & Electric Not Included Security Deposit Starting at $500 up to Two Months Rent

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HYATTSVILLE Green Line Metro 1 & 2BRS Available Ask For Specials!!! Walk to Metro, parks & community center. Bus F-6 & 13 at your door. Rosa Parks Elementary School across the street. Se habla español! 888-735-6478

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1 BR’s starting from $935 2 BR’s starting from $1035

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1829 Belle Haven Drive, Hyattsville, MD 20785 Bring in ad to rec. free app. fee* 1 per unit • Electronic entry *Income Qualifications building system # Occupants Maximum Income • Computer Lab 1 $45,180 2 $51,600 • After school 3 $58,080 programs 4 $64,500 • Metro Accessible **Limited Availability

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PARKVIEW GARDENS

6400 Riverdale Road • Riverdale, MD 20737

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

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SILVER SPRING- Basement w/ pvt entr & ba. $650 & 2 rms $525/$425, N/S. Int avail. Call 301-754-0033

NEWLY RENOVATED APARTMENTS

Silver Spring

Spacious 1 & 2 Bedroom apartment homes

Northampton Apartments 67 Harry S.Truman Drive Largo, MD 20774

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FALL INTO SAVINGS UP TO ONE MONTH FREE RENT Northampton Apartments is located in Largo, Maryland. The property is ideally situated minutes from the Capital Beltway (I-495) and less than a five minute drive to the Largo Town Center Metro Station www.morganproperties.com | 855.286.0373

1 BEDROOMS FROM $1175 2 BEDROOMS FROM $1350 *Income Restrictions Apply

MARYLAND

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Dean Manor – HUGE 1 & 2BR, newly renovated, balcony, walk-in closets Fr. $1150. MOVE IN NOW! Walk to Green Line, shopping, restaurants. Near UMD. FIOS/cable ready. PET FRIENDLY! Call 301-559-9111

Overlook Apartments

1507 Ray Road Hyattsville, MD 20782

MT. RAINIER

(301) 637-7141

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• Largest Apts., in Oxon Hill • Newly Renovated Apts. • Across from United Medical Center w/ New Children’s Hospital Wing • P12 Metrobus@Doorstep • Walk to Southern Avenue Metro • Housing Vouchers Welcome (MD) • ALL CREDIT CONSIDERED *Call about our move-in specials 1439 Southern Ave. 888.480.1693

(when you sign a 12 mo. lease).

1 BR at $800 • 2 BR at $875 On residential street next to DeMatha HS Off-st parking • Ceiling Fans (tenant pays electric • carpet extra)

OXON HILL - Large 2BR luxury condo. Immediately move in. $1,249/month. Granite, steel appl, patio/ balcony, W/D, 24/7. Call today 1-800-498-1985

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LANDOVER- M/F Furn bdrm $175/wk incl all utils. No sec dep. Need $175 to move in. 301-516-1243 Laurel- 2 Seperate rooms in Bsmnt. $650/each, Wifi, Shr Kit & BA. Sec Dep $600 240-375-9960

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3930 Suitland Rd, Suitland, MD 20746 limited time offer on select apts.

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Tanglewood Apartments

Temple Hills Beautiful 3 level Townhouse, fully renovated! Priv fencedbkyard 4103 25th Ave. $1400/mo Call 301-467-8812 for details

SOUTH POINTE APARTMENT HOMES 1 Bedrooms from..........$890* 2 Bedrooms from..........$995* ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED

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9002 Manchester Rd

SILVER SPR/Forest Glen Metro

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• Washer & dryer in each apt home • Large walk-in closets • Dishwasher • Private patio or balcony • Only 2 blocks to Metro • Pet Friendly

Forest Glen Apts.

Shadyside Gardens

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

301.593.0485

Suitland, MD

301-289-7556 *limited time offer, restrictions may apply

Close to the Forest Glen Metro Off-Str. Prking/Controlled Access Ceiling Fans Housing Vouchers Welcome UTILITIES INCLUDED

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*Restrictions apply, prices subject to change daily. Please ask a Leasing Consultant for more info.

KENSINGTON-SFH, 3BR/1BA, gas/ heat CH, lg dk, sm fncd yd. Pets considered. New wallwall. Nr bus $1560+utils. 240-832-2553

VA RENTALS Alexandria

BRAGG TOWERS EXTENDED STAY HOTEL

Furnished Efficiencies: $399 Wk  $1470 Mo Cable  Internet  Utilities  Housekeeping 99 South Bragg St, Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-6300  www.BraggTowers.com 4901 Seminary Rd., ALEXANDRIA, VA

SOU THERN TOWERS

Suitland

S m........$900’s* • 1 B m m.....$1000’s* 2 B m m...........$1500’s*

Silver Hill Apartments

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TAKOMA LANDING Apartments & Townhomes!

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

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BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED KITCHENS AND BATHS WASHERS & DRYERS IN THE TOWNHOMES 1-BRS from $939 2-BRS from $1249 2-Story Townhomes from $1379 Walking distance to shopping, dining & entertainment!

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1 BR’s from $830 • 2 BR’s from $1195

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BIG Floorplans Huge Walk-In Closets Close to Metro Bus Stop at Entrance

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MT. RAINIER - Newton Square –Great 2BR Apts avail now. Close to shopping, Metrobus and Mt. Ranier Arts District. Fr $950 + electric. CATS OK. Call 301-864-5341.

$30 Application Fee Walk to Metro W/W Carpet or Hardwood avail Keyed entry ways Parklike setting w/picnic tbls & grill Maximum income limits apply

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Oliver Gardens/Queenbury Park – 1 &2BR on tree-lined street near Hyattsville MS. FIOS/cable ready, off-street pkg, bus to Green Line, close to UMD, shopping & entertainment. Fr $1000 incl gas. CATS OK. Call 301-864-5933, 301-559-9111

SUITLAND

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PARKWAY TERRACE $870 1 BRs fr $860 2 BRs fr $968

WINDSOR COURT AND TOWER APTS

Minutes from the West Hyattsville Metro, convenient to the Mall at Prince Georges, Silver Spring and downtown DC

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Monticello Lee Apartments

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620 Jefferson Street, Alexandria VA 22314

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703.415.0660

2111 Jefferson Davis Hwy - Arlington, VA

LINDEN PARK APARTMENTS 3600 Jurgensen Drive Triangle, VA 22172

703-221-3146

ROOMMATES Alex/Huntington, walk to metro, Townhouse, $625+. No smoking. Call 571-241-7008 or 571-488-2229

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ARLINGTON N/ Courthouse- Avail. now. Furn rm. $997. WiFi/cbl. Short term neg or Long Term 703-522-0722

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Capital Heights—$175/wk 1br for rent furnished, cable, wifi utilities included walk 2 metro 202-2108182 Fairfax City—$550, 1 bedrm, 1 ba, 1 1/2ba, 3412 Hill Street, 703-789-7117, Deck, EIK, Form LR, Hw Flrs, porch/patio, WW Carpet, WD, HSI, pkg, Stor.Space, AC, Elec, garbage, Heat, water FALLS CHURCH, VA - $900+. NS. Prof to share 4BR, 2BA renov hse. 4 blks EFC Metro/I-66. FiOS, prkg. Mo 2 Mo rental agreement. 202-270-7996 HIGHLAND - Share apt, nr Olney / Col, 30 min DC/Balt, W/D, NS, $500 +utils. Furn/unfurn. Avail now 240-351-5150 HYATTSVILLE - Rent room in SFH, NS/ND only $425 + Sec Dep +shared util. 240-481-4212 HYATTSVILLE, MD- Furnished room in SFH. Share kitchen & BA. Private entrance. Near Metro. $500+ dep. Utilities included. 301-559-1471 HYATTSVILLE- Sunny room for rent, no smoking, no pets, close to metro, $450/mo. Call 410-216-7036 Landover/Suitland, MD - Home to share, nice rooms, furn/unfurnished, utilities included, near metro, clean! $550-$650. 240-398-4621 LANHAM - Furn room for rent. Convenient location. Open house Saturday 11/23, 10-12pm Must be dog friendly. $525/Month Call 202-656-1673 LAUREL- large room, w-t-w carpet, w/d, dishwasher, near bus & shopping. $650 utils incld. 240-475-4072. MOUNT RAINER - home to shr. HW flrs, shared BA, kit & utils. Nr trans & hospital. $525 301-221-3336 Mount Vernon—Lg, clean, nr Ft. Belvoir, shping, pub trans. $499 + utls. n/s, n/p 571-405-4319 NE DC - 3123 South Dakota Ave. Rooms avail. Call: 202-526-8268 $200 a week. Near Bus Stops NW- Large bsmt in private home. Clean and quiet. Private parking and door. $895. 301-529-5430. RIVERDALE, MD- N/S. Share home, 1 room for 1 person. Avail now. $495 includes utilities, W/D. $495 security deposit. 301-613-0446

Lanham/Upper Marlboro, MD-1/2 price homes for sale rent w/ option. Cred chk. Selling Your Home? Call Ike Metro RE 301-335-4447/982-1280

BOWIE - Home w/ cats, seeking a clean N/S, M/F for a newly furnished room 10x16, w/prem. cable & internet, W/D, shared BA and kitchen privileges. $520 monthly, + $300 sec dep.. Call 301-335-2007

SILVER SPRING- Furn rm, utils, cable, internet. Safe, near trans. $350/Bi-weekly 240-286-5451 SUITLAND - Share house. Rooms for rent. 2 blocks from Suitland Metro. $190/week. + dep. Call 301-633-0993 Temple Hills, MD - Large Furnished room in SFH. Cable ready, carpet, W/D. Near Metro. $160/week. Call 202-250-7414

BURKE, VA - Basement for rent. $900 includes utilities and amenities. No smoking. 1 month security deposit req. 703-626-4998

Upper Marlboro- Bsmnt 2BR, pvt BA & Ent w/ den. NS/NP, $600/rm. Shr Kit., Nr Metro, Call 240-467-0628

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LOTS & ACREAGE FOR SALE TOP-OF-THE-WORLD PRISTINE MTN VIEWS! 15+ AC - $69,257 CLOSE TO TOWN

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BMW 2002 325xi, green, auto, 152K, AM/FM, CD, sunroof, AC, PW, ABS, brought new car, $6000 / offer for quick sale. 240-417-9700 Ford 2008 Escape Hybrid — $17500, Mint 79k mi, GPS, Tan int, Pwtr ext, 5 dr, Htd Sts, 6-cd, Mnroof, lthr, Sirius, run-brds 703-801-1417 JUNK VEHICLES REMOVED FREE CASH PAY FOR ALL 202-714-9835 NEED A VEHICLE? Over 1,000 Cars, Trucks, SUV’s! You need 2 Paystubs & 1 Bill - Laurel, MD. Gross income must be $2k mo+. Jason 202.704.8213

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John Lennon (seen here with his wife, Yoko Ono, at a 1973 news conference) set sail from Newport, R.I., on a trip to Bermuda in 1980, six months before his death.

hosts a luncheon in her Gothic mansion. Lisa arrives late and her friends tease her about fainting during “Dancing With the Stars.”

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A Beatle and a Boat A new app explores John Lennon’s 1980 ocean trek via music, photos and interviews Technology Six months before he died, John Lennon set sail from Newport, R.I., on an ocean adventure to Bermuda that reawakened his desire to make music. The journey is now being chronicled in an electronic format he never could have imagined. A new app, “John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes,” will be for sale on Apple devices Thursday for $4.99. It’s loaded with interactive features, music, photos and interviews that

detail a relatively unexamined slice of Lennon’s post-Beatles life. Users of the app can simulate the six-day journey through the recollections of two crew members and Lennon himself, from a Playboy interview conducted shortly after the trip. They can eavesdrop on the creative process as Lennon’s last recordings took shape. The director of the project,

f i l m ma ker Michael Epstei n (“LennoNYC”), said he wanted to recreate the experience of becoming immersed in a record album, which he feels is lost in a world of electronic music files. “That relationship that MP3s have severed, we tried to put back together,” he said. Lennon’s wife, Yoko Ono, had encouraged him to take the Bermu-

da trip in June 1980, and it turned into a deeply cathartic experience. “He was a macho guy in a very old-fashioned way and he just wanted to conquer things,” Ono said. “And he did. It was amazing.” A few days into the trip, the boat ran into a strong storm. Two crew members became violently seasick and the captain, Hank Halsted, was overcome by exhaustion. A rock star was left to keep the “Megan Jaye” afloat despite the wind and waves. The crew members remember Lennon singing sea chanteys as he steered the ship to safety. The experience gave Lennon pride at a time in his life when he was struggling with self-confidence. “It opened up a kind of frozen part of his soul and he started creating,” Ono said. When Lennon later heard the B-52’s song “Rock Lobster” — which reminded him of his wife’s music — at a disco, he excitedly called Ono back in New York. Soon after, they started writing songs together, and the results became the “Double Fantasy” album. With the archival material available, Epstein and his partners found the story a great creative starting point for their “Bermuda Tapes” app. Epstein said the technology has the potential to create immersive experiences for artists of all kinds. “This is an opportunity to take music to a new place,” he said. DAVID BAUDER (AP)

“John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes” lets users access music, photos and maps to retrace Lennon’s ocean journey.

Oliver Hits HBO: John Oliver is getting his own weekly show on HBO after a winning turn as substitute host for Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show.” Next year, the British comedian’s Sunday night program will take a satirical look at the week’s events. HBO president Michael Lombardo said Oliver’s deft “Daily Show” stint convinced him his “distinct voice” belonged on the channel. The launch date and title for the new show have not been announced. (AP)

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Ne t f l i x s a y s i t i s r e v i v i n g “The Killing” after the show’s cancellation by AMC. A fourth and final season will be available to Netflix subscribers, the streaming service said Friday. Six episodes are planned to give the crime drama a “proper send-off,” Netflix executive Cindy Holland said in a statement. Stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will return to the crime

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AMC’s “The Killing,” with Mireille Enos, above, was canceled after rocky ratings.

drama for its conclusion, producer Fox Television Studios said. “The K illing,” based on a Danish series and developed by Veena Sud, has had a rocky history. AMC canceled it after a second-year ratings slump, reversed its decision and then axed it again after the third season aired in the summer. Net f li x sa id t he f ina l si x episodes of “The Killing” will be available for instant viewing but didn’t announce the release date. (AP)

In “The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds,” Link must escape his 2-D form.

A Linking of Old and New Nintendo’s new 3-D ‘Zelda’ brilliantly adds dimension to a classic Video Games For nearly three decades, spikeyeared hero Link has captained a boat, mastered a magic flute and flown a giant bird in the name of rescuing Princess Zelda from dastardly foes. In his latest quest, he’s morphing into walls. That may sound like a flat development for the wholly untarnished “Legend of Zelda” franchise, but it’s as “aha!”-inspiring as previous installments. “The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds,” ($39.99 for the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS, out Friday) starts with a villain named Yuga storming the kingdom of Hyrule and transforming the game’s land and its characters into 2-D illustrations. With his newfound 3-D ability, the blacksmith’s apprentice can slip into mountain sides and move across chasms or fling himself into castle walls to slip through tiny crevices. It’s a simple twist that opens up a breathtaking array of

mind-bending spatial puzzles, the kind that captured the public’s imagination long before any candy-crushing sagas. The other major switcheroo is that “A Link Between Worlds” is almost completely a nonlinear experience. The lack of handholding gives players the freedom to explore Hyrule (and its creepy sister, Lorule) in any order they choose. Over the past three years, there’s been several “Legend of Zelda” releases unleashed by Nintendo for the 3DS. None of those has been as captivating as “A Link Between Worlds,” an original “Legend of Zelda” epic created especially for the glasses-free 3DS. “Zelda” mastermind Eiji Aonuma and his development team have thoughtfully crafted a game that really should be experienced in 3-D. That “A Link Between Worlds” is exactly what anyone could want out of a hand-held “Zelda” adventure is also its greatest deficiency. The game’s open 3-D world is a welcome change to the beenthere-grabbed-that formula of past “Zelda” titles. There’s nothing all that unexpected about “A Link Between Worlds.” DERRIK J. LANG (AP)

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American Babies Singer-guitarist Tom Hamilton, the only permanent member of American Babies, melds classic rock touchstones — a little Bowie here, some Zeppelin there and a dash of The Replacements — with personal lyrics on the group’s new album, “Knives and Teeth.” Gypsy Sally’s,

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‘A Christmas Carol’ The play that spawned a jillion holiday TV variations is back at Ford’s Theatre. The characters sing Christmas carols in this version, which features acclaimed D.C. actor Edward Gero as Scrooge. Plot recap: An old man is mean, he sees some ghosts, he starts being nice.

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It’s been nearly impossible to avoid the Seattle hip-hop duo in 2013. Whether it’s with the funky “Thrift Shop,” the socially conscious “Same Love” or the epic “Can’t Hold Us,” rapper Macklemore, above, and producer Ryan Lewis have been all over the airwaves. Verizon Center, 601 F St. NW; today, 7:30 p.m., $34.50-$52.50; 202-628-3200, verizoncenter.com. (Gallery Place)

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Sky Ferreira Brace yourselves: Miley Cyrus is bringing rising pop sensation Sky Ferreira on her “Bangerz” tour. Ferreira is a bit of a wild one herself, but she’s a hard worker: She starred in the Baltimore-set film “Putty Hill” and just released her debut album, “Night Time, My Time.” 9:30

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In this sequel to the 2012 blockbuster, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence, left) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson, right) head back into the arena to face off against more dangerous killers than they did the first time around. The film also adds Philip Seymour Hoffman (as Plutarch Heavensbee) and Jeffrey Wright (as Beetee) to the mix, along with a different director, Francis Lawrence, who’s also set to helm the final two “Mockingjay”-based chapters of the young adult fantasy franchise.

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Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman, who passed away this year, was a genius shredder in the band that invented thrash metal. Rumors that an upcoming disc will include material recorded with him should give fans solace. Fillmore, 8656 Colesville Road, Silver Spring; Tue., 7:30 p.m., $45; 301-960-9999, fillmoresilver spring.com. (Silver Spring)

707 Sixth St. NW; Tue., 6 p.m., $35$40; 202-289-3600, facebook.com/ boozeforbabes. (Gallery Place)

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Ford’s Theatre, 511 10th St. NW; Thu. through Jan. 1, $32-$91; 202-347-4833, fordstheatre.org. (Metro Center)

‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’

For those who have wanted to learn more about whiskey but were too afraid to ask, there’s the “Booze for Babes” whiskey tasting at Graffiato. Spirits author Kayleigh Kulp will help you differentiate between bourbon, rye and straight whiskey while you snack on food and peruse your advance copy of Kulp’s book “Booze for Babes.” Graffiato,

Club, 815 V St. NW; today, 7 p.m., $20; 202-265-0930, 930.com. (U Street)

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‘Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor’ In honor of the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who,” the BBC presents this special, airing simultaneously around the world Saturday (for us, 2:50 p.m. on BBC America). This extended episode unites the 11th Doctor (Matt Smith) and the 10th Doctor (David Tennant), who just might find out if the TARDIS is big enough for the both of them.

FRIDAY

Xbox One The next-gen war escalates as Microsoft sends its new gaming console into battle against the week-old PlayStation 4. Expect improved graphics, fast performance, cloud-based gaming and a redesigned version of the motion-sensing Kinect. FRIDAY

JFK Remembrance Day The Newseum replays three hours of CBS News’ live coverage of the Kennedy assassination 50 years ago, including the moment Walter Cronkite announced the president’s death. Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; Fri., 1:40 p.m., free with museum admission ($13-$22); 888639-7386, newseum.com. (Archives)

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Maureen, 26, is a PR professional. Isaac, 33, is a political consultant. They live in Chevy Chase, Md. THE MAIN EVENT: They will wed Dec. 7 at a venue in downtown Annapolis. Isaac’s longtime mentor will officiate. HOW THEY MET: On the job, working on the same political campaign in Annapolis. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: “She had beautiful eyes.” “We liked the same music and TV shows, so we hit it off as friends right away.” FIRST DATE: Dinner at Ray’s the

Trevor Fraser, Altagracia Ventura Trevor, 34, is a dentist. Altagracia, 32, is a registered nurse. They will live in Burtonsville, Md. THE MAIN EVENT: They tied the knot Oct. 27 in the Dominican Republic. Trevor’s father, a pastor, officiated. HOW THEY MET: At church. “I had

seen her around, involved with the children, and she had a great personality. She played coy and hard to get until I finally got her number,” Trevor says. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: “She was beautiful, with a great smile and seemed to be a nice Christian woman.” “His devoted service caught my attention … and, yeah, he seemed handsome, too!” FIRST DATE: Macaroni Grill. HOW HE PROPOSED: After dinner

at Grace Mandarin at National Harbor. The waiter brought a box filled with love letters, Boston Baked Beans (her favorite candy) and a smaller box with the ring. He dropped to one knee and proposed in Spanish. “OMG, Sì!” PET NAMES: “I call him Pookie.” “I sarcastically call her Pookie.” WHEN SHE KNEW: When she realized Trevor was “a man of God who didn’t fear being vulnerable with me.”

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Elizabeth Kalmus, Susan Solebello Elizabeth, left, 28, is a software support specialist. Susan, right, 28, is a customer service representative. They live in Burke, Va. THE MAIN EVENT: The couple wed at the D.C. courthouse Oct. 25 and had a reception the next day. HOW THEY MET: Craigslist. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: “I literally tripped on the sidewalk when I first saw her,” Elizabeth says. “I was so amazed by how pretty she was that I forgot where to put my feet.” FIRST DATE: Outback Steakhouse and a movie at Susan’s place. “We clicked so easily,” Elizabeth says. HOW SHE PROPOSED: Susan proposed on the beach in California. THEIR SONG: “Candlelight” by Relient K. “As soon as I heard it, I thought of Susan.” WHEN SHE KNEW: Susan knew “when we took our first trip to Orlando so she could see the Harry Potter theme park.”

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“Anxiously awaiting the pilots for ‘Two and a Half Women,’ ‘CSI: Albuquerque,’ ‘The Bad Husband,’ and ‘2 Broke Dudes.’ ” — COMMENTER FIGJAM AT DEFAMER .COM reacts to news that Carter

Bays and Craig Thomas, the creators of the hit sitcom “How I Met Your Mother,” will make “How I Met Your Dad.” CBS announced on Friday that it would pick up the show, which Bays and Thomas describe as a “kindred spirit of ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ telling the story from a female point of view.” Do you think it will be as legen — wait for it — dary as the first iteration?

“Complete strangers attempt to grope my waist, and then have the gall to expect an apology when I don’t let them.” — SARAH CHRISMAN AT XOJANE .COM describes her life in Port

Townsend, Wash., where she and her husband live as much as they can as if it were 1895. Chrisman wears corsets, uses a wash bowl and pitcher to bath and writes with a straight pen dipped in ink. The rest of the town, she says, doesn’t get it.

“Guys, if you’re not actually going to put your actors in settings where they come by that cold breath naturally, just skip it.” — KYLE BUCHANAN AT VULTURE.COM

critiques what he thinks is unnecessary use of computer-generated imagery in modern-day movies. Buchanan says this overuse detracts from the plots of these films because the unrealistic effects are so noticeable. In particular, he complains about the CGIenhanced breath of Natalie Portman’s character in a wintry scene in “Thor: The Dark World.”

“[A]strology was right: those born in the winter season, when the moon has its longest reign in the skies, are more likely to suffer from mental disorders like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.” — ELIJAH WOLFSON AT THEATLANTIC.COM uncovers why

zodiac signs seem to affect people’s health. Contrary to astrology, which, in part, points to moon cycles for evidence, science finds it’s actually the sun that’s to blame. Wolfson notes the amount of sunshine one gets can affect gene development, which can cause predisposition to certain ailments.

“I want the sound of #Batkid saying “I’m Batman!” to be my ringtone. Or life anthem.” — @SUZANNEYADA joins the mass-

es on the Internet tweeting about 5-year-old Miles Scott, who enjoyed a day masquerading around San Francisco, aka “Gotham by the Bay,” as “Batkid.” The Make-A-Wish Foundation granted Scott, who has fought leukemia since he was a toddler, his wish Friday with the help of more than 10,000 volunteers.

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You mustn’t think you can get away with anything that others are forbidden from doing; the rules apply to you as well! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You can do much to dispel the doubts that others may have about a current project. Despite difficulties, progress is made. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You may find that “alone time” is the most valuable time for you today. Take advantage of the opportunity to treat yourself well. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You can make improvements to your situation without inconveniencing anyone around you. A happy accident propels you forward. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) What you are able to accomplish will impress those around you, including someone who is in a position to provide you with advancement.

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ARIES (March 21-April 19) Avoid thinking in terms of stereotypes; each situation and each individual is truly unique, as you will surely find. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You can raise the bar for yourself personally, and for those who are working with you. This self-improvement will not go unnoticed.

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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You may be thinking that anything that is good for you is also good for those around you, but this may not be the case.

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CANCER (June 21-July 22) You can defy expectations today and still position yourself quite well for the future. Surprises need not have a negative impact!

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You mustn’t confuse knowledge with assumption; assuming something can prove dangerous, while knowledge keeps you safe.

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GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You may find that you are being talked about more than usual, but there’s little you can do to stem the tide of gossip.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Listen carefully to what a teacher, mentor or guide has to say to you if you want to avoid a major obstacle that could hold you back.

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‘No, Police Don’t Give Spankings’ One of Justin Bieber’s Calabasas, Calif., neighbors called the police three times Saturday night because Bieber’s party was too loud, TMZ reported. Deputies went to Bieber’s house three times. On the third time, the neighbor filed a police report against Bieber for disturbing the peace. (E XPRESS)

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Listen to Your Mother Angelina Jolie, Steve Martin and Angela Lansbury were moved to tears at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ fifth annual Governors Awards. Each of the entertainers accepted honorary Oscar statuettes Saturday at a private ceremony in Hollywood. Jolie received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. She thanked her late mother, whom she said inspired her to think of others and give back. “To stand here today means I did as she asked,” Jolie said. (AP)

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