The same people who told America not to panic officially have a reason to panic. Or do they?
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A leading candidate decides to withdraw.
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Department of David Weigel
Boosted by a scandal, a new prairie populist is trying to sing his way to an upset.
In Hot Springs and Little Rock, they believe that Bill Clinton is capable of miracles. Could saving Senator Mark Pryor be one of them?
At a time when the NYPD is beset with scandal, its TV doppelgangers can't stop laughing.