Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:


Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) (Britney McIntosh/Commercial Appeal via AP)

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.


Drew Storen at spring training. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post)



“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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