Elsewhere: Delegates, Passports, Yards

“One big fact has largely been lost in the recent coverage of the Democratic presidential race: Hillary Rodham Clinton has virtually no chance of winning,” write Jim Vandehei and Mike Allen.

A developer for the M.T.A.-owned West Side Yards could be decided as soon as tonight.

Ray Kelly still has no plans to run for mayor.

John McCain’s passport file was also breached.

Barack Obama wants congressional committees to get involved in the passport-breach investigation.

Almost 70 percent of Americans who had read or heard about Obama’s speech on race liked it, according to a CBS poll.

The girl who, as a child, was in stock footage used in Clinton’s “3 a.m.” ad is now, as an adult, appearing in an Obama ad.

Rochester Turning has an interview with Jon Powers, a Democratic congressional candidate in the district Tom Reynolds is retiring from. 

Sally Goldenberg wonders about the timing of David Paterson’s press release announcing support for congestion pricing.

Streetsblog analyses the congestion pricing bill.

The Transportation Alternatives ad for congestion pricing goes after wealthy Westchester commuters

Chris Wallace disagreed with the co-hosts of Fox & Friends over the network’s treatment of Obama. 

Community groups are demanding a review of Atlantic Yards after today’s New York Times revealed that the project is troubled. 

Bill Richardson announced his support for Obama, in a speech complete with stage direction.

Elsewhere: Delegates, Passports, Yards