Good morning. Another delightful day has begun and the weekend is all but upon us. Isn’t life good?

So much for Michelle Rhee’s reforms: D.C. schools chancellor Kaya Henderson, prodded by the teachers union, has relaxed teacher evaluation rules so that some veteran teachers who receive poor evaluations for two years in a row can keep their jobs.

Gustavo Torres, Executive Director of CASA de Maryland, in front of a mural at CASA de Maryland Multicultural Center in Hyattsville. (Sarah L. Voisin/THE WASHINGTON POST)

A shortage of Honesty: When your surname is Honesty, you have a lot to live up to. “Swerve” Honesty failed, big-time, when he failed to fulfill his part of a drugs-for-guns deal with (gulp) federal agents in northern Virginia.

Marion Barry convinced the rest of the D.C. Council to create a “Martin Luther King Drive,” symbolically renaming a four-mile stretch of city streets and highways after the late civil rights leader, just before the memorial to King opens on the National Mall this August. The drive connects Martin Luther King Avenue in Southeast with the new memorial and the Mall.

Two stories of suburban parents doing what parents should — saving their kids. A father chased down a child-snatcher, and a mother and her toddler escape a carjacker.

Undoubtedly you’ve heard that the the perjury trial of Roger Clemens ended in a mistrial at noon yesterday. But have you read Tom Boswell’s take on it?

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