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Happy Monday, Washingtonians! Paul Manafort’s trial begins tomorrow; morning delays continue on the Red line; President Trump and the publisher of the New York Times got into it Sunday. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more through the day.
Sports: The Citi Open Tennis Tournament continues. Tickets start at $25.
EXHIBIT: National Gallery of Art presents “Sense of Humor.” This exhibit gathers satirical prints, caricatures, and other comic imagery from a span of more than 500 years. Free.
Today’s free fitness class, by Kim Olsen:
As Elevate Interval Fitness preps to expand to Southwest, join instructors from the 14th Street crew for free outdoor HIIT workouts at the field at Waterfront Station. 399 M St., SW. 6:30 PM
It’s a plan! Let’s catch up, shall we?
• Democrats want to dethrone Barbara Comstock.
• Both Donald Trump Jr. and Robert Mueller were spotted at DCA’s Gate 35X.
• The MyPillow guy keeps popping up at the Trump Hotel.
• Roll Call loses a veteran employee.
DC police cameras were part of a massive ransomware hack. (Washington Post.)
Trump wants to redesign the FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover building. (Axios)
Jared and Ivanka, despite waves of criticism, continue to hold on. (New York Times)
Take a break…
Silicon Valley is a breeding ground for spies . (Politico Magazine)
News from home:
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Here’s how to make the most of crab season.