Climate Super-PAC Calls USDA Nominee Clovis a “Bush-League Rush Limbaugh Clone”

Sam Clovis speaking at a rally for Donald Trump at Iowa State University in January 2016. Photo: Alex Hanson/Flickr In…

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Seven more pitches for seven Iowa Democratic candidates for governor

To all the Democrats who want to hear directly from each contender in the Iowa governor’s race before deciding how…

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Peter Deegan, Marc Krickbaum confirmed as Iowa’s U.S. attorneys

Peter Deegan and Marc Krickbaum will serve as U.S. attorneys for Iowa’s northern and southern districts, after the Senate confirmed…

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Pete Buttigieg on how Democrats can “flip the script”

“It is time for Democrats to stop treating the presidency like it’s the only office that matters,” said South Bend,…

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Thoughts on Hillary Clinton ruling out another presidential campaign

“I am done with being a candidate,” Hillary Clinton told CBS “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley in an interview aired…

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Bill Northey’s heading to the USDA. Who will take his place?

President Donald Trump has officially nominated Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey to a senior position at the U.S. Department…

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Sure, Trump just wanted Grassley to know he’s pro-ethanol

President Donald Trump can be called many things, but subtle will never be one of them. Within 24 hours of…

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Pete D’Alessandro joins the Democratic field in IA-03

Promising to “fight for a bold agenda” that can “win the future,” Pete D’Alessandro became the sixth Democratic candidate in…

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The new Afghanistan strategy sounds a lot like the old Afghanistan strategy

President Donald Trump changed the subject last night. Instead of another day of news on the fallout from his horrific…

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Weekend open thread: Bye bye Bannon

Steve Bannon’s position as chief White House strategist appeared to be secure this week after President Donald Trump doubled down…

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