Very few Washington residents believe Gray is being unfairly targeted, poll results show. (Jabin Botsford/For The Washington Post)

In other news:

International AIDS Conference kicks off Sunday, but why here? “We try and select cities where we can use the conference as a tool to try to engage awareness in the local population.” (Post)

Meanwhile, Appleseed’s HIV/AIDS report card raises concerns about city’s efforts (Post)

Meet Vincent Cohen Jr., the native Washingtonian who is taking down D.C.’s crooked politicos (Loose Lips)

Feds finally grant D.C. a No Child Left Behind waiver; no more “adequate yearly progress” — now it’s “reward, rising, developing, focus and priority” (Post)

Former police chief Ike Fulwood needs a kidney transplant (Afro)

About two dozen Gray supporters rally at Wilson Building (WaTimes, Examiner, WJLA-TV, Loose Lips, DCist, WAMU-FM)

Among the ralliers: Former Council member Harold Brazil! (WRC-TV, WaTimes)

Bruce Johnson says Gray is privately telling people he didn’t know about the shadow campaign till January (WUSA-TV)

Robert McCartney surveys the political landscape, finds “nobody’s in a strong position to serve up that full menu of needed leadership” (Post column)

Tax lawyer: Gray can write off his legal bills (Forbes)

”Extremely disappointed” ANC commish says if Gray “did something wrong, they should send his happy [butt] to jail where they do roadside pickup of poop on the side of the road” (Informer)

D.C. politicos explain why they won’t be giving back their Jeffrey Thompson campaign checks (WaTimes)

House Judiciary panel OKs ban on late abortions in D.C. (Roll Call, WAMU-FM)

Leon Swain: “It is time to shake up the well there” at the Wilson Building (Informer)

Metro says it figured out computer problem that stopped trains over the weekend (Post)

Federal judge dresses down city lawyers who argued wrongly jailed man should be awarded something less than $2.3 million (Legal Times)

More reasons why Office of Campaign Finance lobbying data suck (GGW)

Check out the development proposals for the Stevens School (WBJ)

And a nearby hotel is about to get underway, as well (DCmud)

New acting health director is openly gay (Blade)

Ouch: Canadian kid got his hand stuck in Metro escalator (WUSA-TV)

President Obama signed the special-election-flexibility bill (White House)

No reason for feds to ban bikes from Rock Creek Parkway (WashCycle)