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My tally is in my head rather than on my laptop. Not being a high-flying politician, I guess my enemies are fewer and easier to remember than hers are.

With her hand on her heart and a song in the air, the loser urges her supporters to feel the love

We are family. It was the old Sister Sledge song that blasted out as more than 1,000 Hillary Clinton supporters crammed into the ornate hall of the National Building Museum in Washington.

Democrat leaders snuff out Hillary Clinton’s last hope of the nomination

Officials decide Michigan and Florida delegates will only have half votes at party convention as Barack Obama suddenly quits his controversial Chicago church

Richard Ingrams' Week: We all need a lesson in morals, or so it seems

Britain is heading off the cliff, says the cover of this week's Spectator in big, black letters. It refers to an article in the current issue of the magazine by Mr David Selbourne, lamenting the decline of Britain and the "moral cowardice" that now reigns in the corridors of power.

Dominic Lawson: When Hillary Clinton tells such obvious mistruths, she exposes herself as a fantasist

"I'm afraid that Hillary Clinton suffers from pseudologia fantastica," said my friend the psychiatrist. The would-be president of the United States is not one of his patients: this is what might be described as an informal diagnosis, provoked by Mrs Clinton's extraordinary claim to have dodged sniper-fire in Bosnia in the service of her country.

Secrets of Hillary Clinton's years in the White House are published

Some of the innermost details of Hillary Clinton's time in the White House were put on public display yesterday when 11,000 pages of documents detailing her day-to-day routine throughout eight years of Bill Clinton's presidency were released.

Dominic Lawson: You can't keep race out of US politics

After the Ferraro debacle, the Clintonites have turned their fire on Barack Obama's pastor

Every last delegate counts for Democrats

It's the least populated state and one of the most resolutely Republican but yesterday Wyoming – the Cowboy State – found itself host to both the Democratic candidates for their party's presidential nomination.

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Watch out for him, love &ndash; he's all over the place

Hillary Clinton &amp; Barack Obama: A jazzy performance fit for the Hollywood glitterati

Was this the presidency at stake, or was it the Oscars?

Leading article: This contest is far from over

The best aspect of Barack Obama's convincing victory in the Democratic primary election in South Carolina is that it keeps alive his enthralling duel with Hillary Clinton. Had he lost, however narrowly, Mrs Clinton would have been the clear favourite going into the multiple contests of "Super Tuesday" next week. Her campaign would have gathered momentum to the point where it could have been hard to stop.

Obama faces uphill battle to survive Super Tuesday

Less than three weeks after his stunning victory in the Iowa caucus, Barack Obama is facing a clear loss of faith from voters in his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Adrian Hamilton: Why Brown can draw comfort from New Hampshire

If Gordon Brown is heaving a sigh of relief at the New Hampshire primary results, it is not only because he has put so many eggs in Hillary Clinton's basket – which he has – but also because of the obvious parallels with his own situation.

Mary Dejevsky: Is it worse to be a woman than a black man?

There has never been a female candidate as well qualified to be President as Hillary
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David Abraham: Big ideas for the small screen

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