Two Wisconsin polls: Hillary Clinton leads in one, Barack Obama in the other.
Room Eight debunks the New York Democratic primary conspiracy theories.
Howard Dean writes back to the head of the N.A.A.C.P., who recently expressed hope that Michigan and Florida delegates would be seated at the convention.
So does the Honolulu Advertiser.
And the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.
A poll from CNN/Opinion Research shows Clinton and Obama neck-and-neck in Texas.
Blake Dvorak thinks the protester Bill Clinton scuffled with is a creep.
Sandy Treadwell’s daughter—or someone who parked at her L.A. home–supports Obama.
Malcom Smith is trying to win union support for Senate Democrats.
Ryan Lizza writes a lengthy account of his time on John McCain’s press bus.
Governor Ted Strickland of Ohio is campaigning for Clinton.
Chelsea Clinton’s friends make the case for Hillary in the Badger Herald.
The R.N.C. has a five-point plan to take down Obama in a general election,
Jonathan Martin clarifies the one about an “undisciplined message.”
Kosovars celebrated independence in Times Square yesterday.
The Rochester Insitute of Technology, which operates the American University in Kosovo, is hoping to play a role in the new nation.
In the comments section, BN writes "if super delegates were supposed to vote in line with their respective states’ primary/caucus results, there would not have been any reason to create them."
A lawsuit brought by a white photographer, who claims he was fired by David Paterson’s office because he wasn’t black, is moving forward, reports Liz.
Greg Meeks is once again ready to do battle with a postmaster he formerly deemed “incompetent.”