4 Things To Know For Jan. 31, 2016 Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Jan. 31, 2016.
Iowa Gov: Out Of Fashion, Never Out Of OfficeIowa Gov. Terry Branstad is about to enter the political record books as the longest serving governor in American history, dating all the way back to colonial times.
Storms Knock Out Power, Topple Semis In Iowa A storm system moving through the Midwest has caused power outage across Iowa and toppled semis on Interstate 29.
Des Moines Register Endorses Romney With little more than two weeks until Iowans caucus, The Des Moines Register is endorsing Mitt Romney for president.
Low On Cash, Down In Polls: Pawlenty Bets On IowaTrailing in polls and low on cash, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is betting the future of his presidential campaign on Iowa, where a late summer test vote could make or break him.
Esme's Blog: Bachmann Rising, Pawlenty Crashing?There was a time not so long ago were you could see the following bumper sticker on the random vehicle in the Twin Cities: Squirrels for Bachmann, Because She is Nuts. Now Rep. Michele Bachmann stands as a front runner in the Republican Presidential sweepstakes.
Waterloo, Iowa, Greets Hometown Girl Michele BachmannRep. Michele Bachmann returned to her birthplace of Waterloo, Iowa, over the weekend in order to officially announce her run for the presidency Monday morning.

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