Republican Sen. Mitt Romney did something on Wednesday that he hadn't done in a quarter century in politics. By voting guilty on the first art…
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Sen. Mitt Romney's vote on Wednesday to convict President Donald Trump on one of the articles of impeachment not only rankled his fellow Repub…
With the end within sight to the Iowa caucus, presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul made one more stop in Sioux City Saturday, faithful in his chances of winning through his strength with young voters.
Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, said Monday he's concerned about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's reliance on personal insults, something that King says would undercut Trump's ability to effectively lead the nation.
U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, on Monday said he thinks Republicans aren't as much at loggerheads with each other as people have come to perceive during a battle to pick a new U.S. House Speaker.
Paul Ryan is polling first in Iowa for the next presidential election. If Ryan is encouraged by this news, he is not much of a student of recent political history.
A roundup of Capitol and state government news items of interest for Tuesday, Oct. 8:
DES MOINES | Iowans’ charmed lives as swing-state darlings of the presidential campaigns will come to an end this week, but political experts predict Iowa will continue to be a candidate magnet in future elections.