In Austin, Texas it took 45 minutes before Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton began attacking each other. Last night in Cleveland, Ohio they got into it right away. Traveling on familiar ground, was Clinton able to blunt Obama's momentum? How did they position themselves to run against John McCain? Also, Federal Reserve Chair Bernanke leaves the door open for more rate cuts, and a look back at William F. Buckley, who died overnight—one of America's preeminent modern conservatives.
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