WTOP’s Top 5 morning stories

Boston Bruins center Chris Kelly shoots ahead of Washington Capitals defenseman Dennis Wideman to score the game-winning goal in overtime Thursday. The Bruins lead the Caps 1-0 in the first-round playoff series. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Good morning, Washington area — Five stories to keep you informed and get you going:

Study: Most gas pedal accidents involve women: One of a new study’s most striking and consistent findings was that nearly two-thirds of drivers who had such accidents were female. When looking at all crashes, the reverse is true — about 60 percent of drivers involved in crashes are male, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study noted. http://bit.ly/Il5o6u

D.C.’s ‘Potholepalooza’ is back and ready to fill: Avoiding potholes in D.C. is a losing battle, but the District is fighting back. http://bit.ly/Il5ZoL

‘Three Stooges’ a solid imitation, but still an imitation: WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley says the Farrellys effectively clone the Stooges — which is the film’s biggest credit and its fatal flaw. http://bit.ly/Il5NG0

Just not that good: 10 most overrated songs: This list “Smells Like” controversy, and may leave you with no “Satisfaction.” What are your picks for the top overrated songs of all time? http://bit.ly/HHzdOO

Friday Freebies: Fragrances, food and massages. http://bit.ly/ACAWVu

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