Obama says he will meet with Clinton after dust settles on race

Barack Obama says he has asked Democratic presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton for a meeting on her terms "when the dust settles" from their race. "The sooner we can bring the party together the better, so we can focus on John McCain and taking back the White House," he told reporters. Obama is on track to clinch the nomination as soon as Tuesday's campaign-ending primaries in South Dakota and Montana. "It's my sense that between Tuesday and Wednesday we have a good chance of getting that number" of delegates, he said.