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By Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, investigators around Des Moines, Iowa, are seeking a motive in the ambush killings of two policemen. Also, South African President Jacob Zuma faced increasing public pressure to step down, after a state watchdog report found…
By PBS NewsHour
Can anyone trip up Hillary Clinton? Will the emails be off limits? Here are some things to watch for in Saturday's Democratic primary debate.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news, including the state of the GOP presidential race, what Iowans are considering ahead of Tuesday's Caucuses and how Iowa will shape the rest…
A new NBC-Marist poll showed Mitt Romney and Ron Paul leading the GOP field in Iowa Friday, but many likely caucus-goers said they're still trying to decide which candidate they'll ultimately support on Tuesday. Judy Woodruff spoke with five still-undecided…
Michele Bachmann chose her birthplace, Waterloo, Iowa, to announce her formal bid for the GOP presidential nomination on Monday. Judy Woodruff discusses the launch of her campaign with Des Moines Register political columnist Kathie Obradovich.
The U.S. Midwest is currently suffering through heavy floods, especially in Iowa, after a bout of torrential rains. Kwame Holman reports on the scope of the disaster and efforts to curb the dangerous floods.
As the Senate takes a break from debating the latest iteration of the immigration bill this week, legislators have been trying to assess public opinion on the issue. The NewsHour explores the attitudes around the country through the lens of…
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