DES MOINES, Iowa — More than 40 years ago, a scheduling quirk vaulted Iowa to the front of the presidential nominating process, and ever since most White House hopefuls have devoted enormous time and money to a state that otherwise…
By Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press and Steve Peoples, Associated Press
BETTENDORF, Iowa — Under pressure to emerge as the Republican mainstream's presidential contender, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is increasingly relying on a national strategy as he lowers expectations for February's primary contests.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
AMES, Iowa -- Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump received a key endorsement Tuesday from conservative heavyweight Sarah Palin.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
FORT DODGE, Iowa — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is trying to build on a burst of momentum for his presidential bid in Iowa with a four-stop bus tour in the state.
By Steve Peoples and Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press
The rivalry between the Republican Party's two leading candidates for president intensified in Thursday's GOP debate, which featured the most rollicking action to date.
By Associated Press
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley will join the other Democratic candidates in the next presidential debate, scheduled for Sunday in Charleston, South Carolina.
By Adam Beam, Associated Press
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Rand Paul has asked Republican Party leaders to include him in Thursday's prime-time presidential debate, using the results of a new poll in Iowa and his unusual coalition of support as leverage.
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
PARKERSBURG, Iowa — Running as an underdog presidential candidate isn't always glamorous. But for the longshots sprinting across Iowa and New Hampshire before the Feb. 1 caucuses, one thing keeps them fired up: the prospect of a political upset.
By PBS NewsHour
Presidential candidates are sharpening their attacks in the weeks before the Iowa contests. Judy Woodruff talks to Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR about ramped up rhetoric on the campaign trail as Sen. Bernie…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders plans to outline steps to provide workers with three months of paid family and medical leave, seeking to draw a contrast with Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton on how it would be paid for.
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