Anita Hill, back in D.C. on a book tour. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

Anita Hill, back in the news 20 years after the Clarence Thomas hearings and publicly talking about it, now that she’s published a new book on gender and race, reports our colleague Krissah Thompson.

In other news: You’ll be relieved to know that Herman Cain will not appoint a jihadist to his Cabinet, or so he tells our colleague Sandhya Somashekhar. Catching up with the GOP candidate who surged in the polls while no one was watching. . . And fear not, Jack Abramoff won’t get rich off his book deal: He’s obligated to pay his victims $23 million in restitution, reports Al Kamen.