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Newt loses Nev., vows to fight on, and Romney gathers steam

Top Talkers: Despite winning only 21 percent of the vote in Saturday's Nevada caucus, Newt Gingrich has vowed to stay in the presidential race. And Mitt Romney remains the frontrunner, but Time's Mark Halperin wonders how Romney would perform against someone with his level of "organization and campaign competence."