Thomas eases out of the political scene. (Bill O'Leary/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Who attacked Svetlana Guggenheim? (Post)

Bringing the bacon home to Ward 7 (Post)

Vincent Gray’s top Las Vegas priority: Restaurants for St. E’s campus redevelopment (WaTimes)

D.C. scammers highlight national unemployment fraud problem (Fiscal Times)

White-shoe firm will probe Jim Graham’s involvement in Metro land deal (Dr. Gridlock, Post editorial)

North Carolina soldier will get his guns back from MPD (WaTimes)

“What a late-term abortion ban would mean for D.C.” (Wonkblog)

“I mean, a uterus in DC shouldn’t fall under the jurisdiction of a man from Arizona, right?” (Jezebel)

Obama’s gay marriage announcement made pastor’s life a lot more complicated (Post)

Why can’t the Airports Authority clean up its act? (Post editorial)

Jonetta Rose Barras: “Caution is a good thing” on allowing neighborhood preference for charter petitions (Examiner)

How McDuffie’s win, unanimous budget deal undermine notions of racial polarization (Post op-ed)

Former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich is not pleased with the Obama administration’s treatment of D.C. school vouchers (Sun)

D.C. finance office will start deducting unpaid tickets from your income tax refund (Examiner)

Marion Barry will not be promoting beer (DCist)

No drugs in alleged Petworth basher’s system upon arrest (Crime Scene)

Chuck Brown: An aisle-crossing delight (Roll Call)

Cathy Lanier remembers Brown: “He was willing to lend us his influence to make our city safer.” (WUSA-TV)

Ron Moten on Brown and the go-go economy (Post letter)

Baltimore looks to copy “One City, One Hire” (WaTimes)

Congrats to Jeff Green (COL’ 12) (Post column)

Ex-teacher to Georgetown: Don’t honor teacher-firing Michelle Rhee (The Hoya)

Feds still concerned with D.C.’s handling of education funds (D.C. Schools Insider)

Why high-stakes teacher evaluations aren’t needed in charter schools (Post op-ed)

No objection tendered to proposal to extend time to file wrongful death suits (Legal Times)

General unemployment might be down but teen unemployment is tops (Examiner)

Street Sense circulation has doubled in a decade (HuffPo)

D.C. re-ups sister city deal with Bangkok (Examiner)

Got $8.8 million? You’ve got yourself a real nice spot for a house (UrbanTurf)

Down with Pepco’s “overly aggressive, heavy-handed pruning of trees” (Post op-ed)

A look at what’s getting built between Nationals Park and the Anacostia River (Metrocentric)

Adrian Fenty’s old roommate is an up-and-comer in New York politics (Post)

John Wesley Griffin, 42, stabbed to death Friday night near Sursum Corda (Homicide Watch)

SUV crashes into Georgia Avenue storefront (PoP, WRC-TV)

”Schmoozarama” at UDC gala (G’town Dish)

Pit beef on Georgia Avenue! (Petworthies)

Oof: School Without Walls falls to Georgetown Visitation in city championship, 23-1 (Post)

History’s greatest monsters (Post column)