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Baba Wawa will not work forever; John Roberts sticks to cash; and other stories

Brief news from elsewhere in the Post: 

Barbara Walters has been keeping the Reporters Who Cover Television busy for years with retirement speculation, and now, she’s finally about to do it — next year, reports Lisa de Moraes.

Columbia Journalism School interviewed former NYT editor Bill Keller about becoming its dean, reports Erik Wemple.

John Roberts is sticking to cash after getting hit by credit card fraud — yes, it can happen to chief justices too, reports Al Kamen.

Rush Limbaugh thinks conservatives have lost the battle on gay marriage. (Post Politics)

More Fred Davis nightclub brawl video! (D.C. Sports Bog)

Looking for Friday’s Reliable Source? Start here: Ashley Judd: A look back at her not-quite Senate campaign



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