End in sight?
Hillary Clinton's win in Kentucky was slightly stronger than expected, but so was Barack Obama's win in Oregon - so where does that get us?
To put it crudely, better-informed people - college-educated etc - tend to vote for him. That is not something to be ashamed of.
Mind you, it helps to be agile in the maths department to see quite how she gets to her claim that she is ahead in the popular vote - this table is useful if you really want to follow her logic.
You'll note that her best figure excludes the caucus-goers and includes the two states the party decided should not be included (Michigan and Florida).
I wonder if enough superdelegates might decide now that it is over and come across to him, thereby allowing us to see an actual result on 3 June when he'll win - we assume - South Dakota and Montana.
If the party bosses decide at the rules meeting on 31 May that the Michigan and Florida votes will definitely not be counted, it seems entirely possible that the magic hurdle might be there to be jumped on 3 June.
The New York Times meanwhile has a good stab at explaining why she might be carrying on...