In Iowa, every candidate loves corn.
Get up to speed on the first-in-the nation voting which takes place on February 1.
John Legend poses with wife Chrissy Teigen after winning an Oscar at the 2015 Academy Awards.
When a pregnant celebrity announces "no hot nannies," what does it say about parenting, gender roles and our culture?
Crowds love Trump. Endorsers less so. December 4 2015.
Trump is up -- way up -- in the polls, but he's losing the endorsement game.
After the debate, it’s time to declare a job well done.
The spotlight was on Iowa Saturday, a small state with a big -- some would say too big -- role in the presidential primaries.
Will sports betting ever expand beyond Nevada?
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Betting on sports has been illegal in most states since 1992. Is it time that changed?
Poor polls results have pushed Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee off the main debate stage.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (l), Mike Blake (r)
You won't see Christie or Huckabee on the primetime debate stage Tuesday night. That's because polls say their support is down. Problem is: polls are often wrong.
Ted Cruz in Iowa.
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Legal scholars agree: Cruz is eligible to run for president. But that fact won't stop Trump and his other opponents from bringing up his Canadian birth.
Ryan wields brand new speaker’s gavel, October 29 2015.
To make it work, he's going to need to be braver than Boehner.
Jeb needs a win in Wednesday’s debate.
His poll numbers are tanking. He's cutting staff. It's time for Jeb to deliver -- or go home.
Trey Gowdy and the Republicans on the committee even fail to get a rise out of Hillary Clinton.
Bernie and Hillary agree: enough with the emails already.
All the candidates make the most of social networks to rake in cash.
Boehner quits on Friday, September 25.
The speaker calls it quits after five years of trying to get Tea Party leaders to stop squabbling and play nice. The road ahead looks rocky for the GOP.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Trump's stance on immigration and citizenship demonstrates a lack of knowledge of both constitutional law and economic realities.
Videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing fetal tissue research brought out protesters in California.
Defunding Planned Parenthood is likely to lead to more abortions, not fewer.
The stage is set for the Republican debate.
Academics from around the US react to the Fox News debate.
US Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker hugs his childhood babysitter Janice Dietz at a campaign stop in Plainfield, Iowa.
A court has dismissed a criminal investigation into Wisconsin Governor and presidential candidate Scott Walker. The decision will encourage closer relationships between candidates and PACs.
Demonstrators in support of abortion and contraceptive rights.
The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling against mandatory ultrasounds for women seeking abortions, but the court leaves in place major—and growing—restrictions on women's health policies.
How are race discussions happening in classrooms and what is missing?
What is the experience of white students when racial issues are being taught in classrooms? Are we missing engaging an essential part of diversity?
The ACA lives.
The Supreme Court has upheld health insurance subsidies for states using the federal marketplace. Experts weigh in on what the decision means.
Could a decision against the government in King v Burwell lead to a backlash against the GOP?
Supporting a decision that leaves six million people without coverage and raises premiums for others could further the image of the Republican Party as an uncaring party of the wealthy.