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Representative Steve King ended his Congressional reelection campaign with anti-gay comments and an attack on his own party.
Republicans and high-profile donors are suddenly abandoning Steve King after years of racial insensitivity
"These attacks are orchestrated by nasty, desperate, and dishonest fake news," King said.
Land O'Lakes has withdrawn support for Rep. Steve King after calls for a boycott of its dairy products over a political donation it made.
Trump is planning a big change to your gasoline as a boost for one of the states hit hardest by his trade war
President Donald Trump is set to visit Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Tuesday. Trump is expected to announce changes to fuel standards that would increase the use of ethanol in a boost to Iowa corn farmers designed to counteract the damage from Trump's trade war.
‘Something about him was off’: Other women say Mollie Tibbetts’ suspected murderer messaged them repeatedly on social media over the...
The man facing first-degree murder in the death of 20-year old Mollie Tibbetts reportedly made repeated unsolicited advances on young women via social media. One woman told The New York Times that Cristhian Bahena Rivera repeatedly messaged her and her friends over the years.
Michael Avenatti is giving a speech to Democrats in Iowa, and people think he might run for president
Michael Avenatti, the outspoken lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, is set to visit Iowa in the coming weeks and will deliver a speech at a Democratic dinner, which has some speculating he might be considering running for president.
Wind gusts of up to 70 miles per hour, and hail of up to two inches in diameter were predicted for several cities in Iowa
The best cities for working parents show a clear preference toward small towns and medium-size cities far from the East Coast.
Twitter users are ripping into Iowa congressman Steve King for tweeting that ‘diversity is not an American strength’
Rep. Steve King lashed out against multiculturalism and diversity on Friday, and his comments drew immediate backlash.
GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley argued that getting rid of the estate tax, which largely applies to the wealthiest Americans, will reward those who invest their money.