Or, you know, e-mails.
The results from the two state primaries yesterday are in, and we've learned nothing new.
Today we are reminded, once again, that the race for the Democratic nomination hasn't yet ended, as Kentucky and Oregon hold primaries for their mostly white residents.
We could barely believe it! It even tugged at our heartstrings.
And we are actually surprised! He announces the news on his congressional Website.
David Paterson was rushed to the hospital this morning with a severe migraine.
Hillary's former number two has been talking with Obama's top adviser about a potential job, Politico reports.
The 'Times,' 'New Republic' and 'Atlantic' take on the three candidates and their relationships with the oldest kingmaker of all.
So far have spirits fallen that in a memo last week, Republican congressman Tom Davis of Virginia said, "If we were a dog food, they would take us off the shelf."
We know the governor is human, but does he really have to be THIS human?
Welcome to the first general-election policy debate! (That sounded more exciting in our head.)
The 71-year-old Republican candidate may still be battling old ghosts, according to old friends and colleagues.
Not every single totally inappropriate comment made by a politician is about you, okay?
Given that Barack Obama has been struggling to win over this very demographic, it probably would have helped if Edwards made his long-sought endorsement earlier in the race.
David Axelrod, honored last night for his work on epilepsy research, says he "can sleep in November."
Obama, though, has still clearly not connected with white, working-class voters, despite drinking many beers.
Why he won't be able to get away with it.
Turns out the Staten Island congressman is almost ready to be added to our Politicians TMI Index!
With the race pretty much wrapped up, will today's primary, in which Hillary Clinton is expected to cruise to a huge victory, matter at all? Of course it will!
Grim news for the beleaguered politician is coming out in buckets today.