On the opinion page Sunday, scholar and author Aaron David Miller argues that Democrats shouldn’t be too worried about Barack Obama’s chances in November. If history holds true, the president will get a second term.
Also on Sunday:
• Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. looks back 20 years to the deadliest riots in America in the 20th century – those that set Los Angeles on fire after the verdict in the Rodney King case.
• Michael Endicott, a Buckley man who served as a Secret Service agent in the 1970s and ’80s, weighs in on the scandal surrounding the agency today.