Sanders Optimistic About Iowa OutcomeBernie Sanders says his razor-thin contest against Hillary Clinton in Iowa is giving his campaign a "kick-start." The Democratic presidential candidate says it shows the American people that "this is a campaign that can win."
Tight Races For Both GOP, Democrats In IowaIn a high-stakes test of enthusiasm versus organization, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders hope to ride voter energy into victories in Monday's Iowa caucuses, as Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton bank on sophisticated get-out-the vote operations months in the making.
Trump On Evangelicals: They Really Love MeDonald Trump says evangelical Christians "really do get me." He's bragging about his support from the group also pursued by rival Ted Cruz just hours before the leadoff Iowa caucuses.
Como Park H.S. Students Head To Iowa CaucusesA group of students from Como Park High School in St. Paul are using the Iowa Caucus as a classroom. The group of 45 students will leave for Mason City, Iowa Monday afternoon after school, where they'll take in a Republican and Democratic Caucus.
Fmr. Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Has 'No Regrets' Having Endorsed TrumpFormer Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she has no regrets having endorsed billionaire Donald Trump for president over his rival Ted Cruz, who she endorsed during his run for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
Candidates, Voters Prepare For Iowa Caucus MondayThe first votes in the 2016 presidential election will be cast Monday night in Iowa and candidates are making their final push for support.
What Iowa Means For TrumpFor Donald Trump, Iowa is more than just a race for delegates. It's a test of whether the celebrity businessman and political newcomer will be able to transform his record crowds into caucus-goers willing to brave the cold on Monday night to cast their votes.
In Final Push, Clinton Channels Sanders' OutrageSeeking victory in Iowa, Hillary Clinton has begun channeling the economic indignation of her rival Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose unapologetically liberal campaign has tightened the race ahead of Monday's caucuses and given him a lead in the New Hampshire contest that follows.
4 Things To Know For Jan. 31, 2016 Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Jan. 31, 2016.
Twin Cities Students To Attend Iowa CaucusesThe 9th-through-12th graders will be observing and volunteering at the caucuses. They'll knock on doors in Des Moines neighborhoods, work at campaign headquarters and get a chance to interact with the candidates.
Vote For The Best 'Presidential' Cupcake At MOAThere is a sweet way to get involved in this year's presidential election. Cupcake at Mall of America in Bloomington is holding its own caucus. You can cast your ballot by buying a cupcake representing the candidate.
Trump Hosts Rally In New Hampshire Ahead Of Iowa CaucusRepublican Donald Trump is continuing his unconventional campaign by traveling to New Hampshire as his rivals scramble to make closing arguments in the days before the Iowa caucuses.
Presidential Candidates Release Last-Minute Ads In IowaThe Latest on developments from the 2016 Republican race for president, less than a week out from the Iowa caucuses (all times local):
After Warm Weekend, Snowstorm Shaping Up For TuesdayAfter a warm weekend in which highs on Saturday might climb near 40, a significant snowstorm may be in store for early next week.
Good Question: Why Do Iowa & New Hampshire Vote First?On Monday, voters in Iowa will gather in libraries, schools and churches to start the process of choosing the next president. The following week, the people of New Hampshire will cast their votes for the party nominees at the polls. So why do Iowa and New Hampshire vote first? Good Question.