Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
A Weiner-jaded nation just assumed that Rep. Steve Cohen was flirting with a secret girlfriend when he tweeted — then deleted — cutesy messages to a 24-year-old woman. Well, he’ll have you know that was actually his secret daughter, whom he only met three years ago, he tells Rosalind Helderman.
In other news: John Kerry and Warren Buffett’s $1 million ketchup connection. . . How Cool “Disco” Dan united pre-gentrification D.C. . . . Leon Panetta wishes Pacino played him instead of Gandolfini.
“Dude, if you ever want to talk about it, just let me know. Because I’m going to tell you you didn’t do anything wrong.”
— Tyler Clippard to Drew Storen after Game 5 last fall. Our colleague Adam Kilgore describes how Storen got over that catastrophe, in part with a 10-day blowing-off-steam trip to London with Clippard.
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