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Today on Post Reports, Matt Zapotosky reports on the fight for independence within the Justice Department after Attorney General William P. Barr intervened in the sentencing guidelines for Roger Stone. Political reporter Aaron Blake breaks down the New Hampshire primary results, and what they mean for the Democrat’s race for the White House. And columnist Monica Hesse says that questions of Elizabeth Warren’s electability are a self-fulfilling prophecy for her supporters.
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Four prosecutors quit after Attorney General William P. Barr shortened Roger Stone’s sentencing request, one sign of turmoil engulfing the Justice Department. 
Sanders takes the New Hampshire primary. Can he keep up the momentum to Nevada? 
Since 2016, the question of a candidate’s electability has mutated into an abstract panic over whether any woman can be elected in 2020. 
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