Good morning, Washington area! Here are five stories to keep you informed and get you going:
UVa. community awaits Board of Visitors vote: The scene will come to life at the University of Virginia Tuesday afternoon when the Board of Visitors, under sharp criticism from the campus community, will meet again to reconsider the removal of President Teresa Sullivan from her job. http://bit.ly/KKgyGW.
Make sure to tune in to "Ask the Governor" on WTOP at 10 a.m. to hear Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell weigh in.
Source: Redskins QB Griffin target of extortion: A former Baylor basketball player is facing a federal extortion charge for allegedly threatening to release "derogatory information" about Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III unless he was paid. http://bit.ly/KKgTJD
Facebook draws user ire with email switcheroo: Facebook has changed your email address. At least that's how many felt after a quiet but vast change in the way the company displays users' contact information. http://bit.ly/Lyse0F
Consumer Reports debunks gas myths: Some people buy fuel from expensive gas stations thinking it's better for their cars, but that's not typically the case, according to Consumer Reports. http://bit.ly/MqlhM3
Bride sings Christina Aguilera on walk down the aisle (VIDEO): Hey, it's your wedding, so you can sing Christina Aguilera if you want to. That apparently was the choice of one bride recently, who decided to memorialize her walk down the aisle by singing "The Right Man" by the pop diva. http://bit.ly/KKhAmh
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Clothes have a starring role at the Cannes Film Festival. (Photos)
Doctors saved this boy's life with a medical first involving a printer.
"Jenny from the Block" wants you to buy Verizon phones from her.
Some cockroaches only take five years to evolve to avoid poison.