Clinton sinks beneath the waves.
The long-awaited superdelegate flood sinks Clinton down to the waterline.
A huge Puerto Rico win fails to postpone the inevitable.
Not even the RBC meeting can save Clinton now.
Hillary Clinton cranks the electability argument up to 11.
Clinton's RFK comment won't do lasting damage because there's not much left to damage.
Clinton steps up calls for Florida and Michigan to be seated.
Obama won't declare victory on Tuesday, but the media will.
A slew of California endorsements brings Obama closer to the magic number.
John Edwards' nod is mostly symbolic, but symbolism matters.
Clinton wins West Virginia, but the numbers remain bleak.
Obama takes the lead in the superdelegate race.
A steady stream of endorsements for Obama hold Clinton at bay.
Dubious supporters and money woes drive Clinton's odds ever downward.
McGovern, loans, and superdelegates all continue to sink Clinton's ship.
A big loss in North Carolina and a small win in Indiana doom Clinton's chances.
As Indiana and North Carolina vote, Hillary Clinton's chances hover.
With Indiana within reach, Clinton's chances inch up.
Polls predict Clinton can survive Tuesday, but the path forward is pocked with pitfalls.