Barack Obama is back. Tuesday's results did not provide the "game changer" Hillary desperately needed. Instead, Obama built on his leads in delegates and the popular vote. And that's not all.
In a speech at a Harvard conference on the future of the web, Josh Marshall said traditional reporters are "terrorized" by economic and competitive challenges, living with a mix of "denial and fatalism" about the future of their craft -- and their livelihoods.
Dropping the national GOP brand -- current and would-be presidents included -- is in the individual self-interest of many Republican candidates.