Good morning, Washington area -- Five stories to keep you informed and get you going:
Are the new Redskins uniforms for real?: This proposal for a new Redskins design moves away from the "Indian head" logo that first graced the helmet in 1972, and has since caused significant controversy from American Indian advocates. The players will bear throwback stripes on their biceps and calves, with plain white pants and a chief's feather headdress design on their helmets and over their shoulder pads. Check out the unis here. http://bit.ly/Hbacv6
Countdown to a digital Pearl Harbor: Despite numerous warnings from top intelligence officials, the U.S. government doesn't have a plan yet to confront a massive, malicious cyber threat. And the window of opportunity to develop one may have already closed. http://bit.ly/HNZTAg
GSA chief resigns following excessive spending claims: The head of the General Services Administration resigned from her post and two other officials were fired amid an investigation into excessive spending at a 2010 training conference that featured a clown, a comedian and mindreader. http://bit.ly/HGzdMF
Report names area's healthiest counties: The report was released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin researchers. It ranks counties by several health factors and other areas such as education, access to health care, and unemployment. http://bit.ly/HcYSTE
Nationals Park back open for business: It's an exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox, but the sounds, smells and sights of baseball should be in midseason form Tuesday at Nationals Park. http://bit.ly/HcZCbs
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