Fox News's Carl Cameron has a scoop that jibes with the vibes everyone is sending off:
The first possible deal has emerged to solve the calendar crisis looming over the 2008 nomination process. With South Carolina Republicans already moving their primary to January 19th, Fox News has learned that officials in Iowa and New Hampshire in both parties and both state governments have begun discussing the possibility of Iowa’s caucus occurring Saturday, January 5th, and New Hampshire’s primary occurring Saturday, Jan 12th -- in order to accommodate state laws that require Iowa to go first, and a week long buffer for New Hampshire before any similar election.
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Marc Ambinder is a contributing editor at The Atlantic. He is also a senior contributor at Defense One, a contributing editor at GQ, and a regular contributor at The Week.