Graham Receives 2016 Advice In Iowa: 'Show Up'On his first trip to Iowa since getting into the early days of the 2016 presidential race, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham heard some advice from Republicans already thinking about the state's lead-off caucuses.
Scott Walker Is First Potential 2016 Candidate To Open Iowa OfficeWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is opening the first Iowa office among the potential 2016 Republican contenders for the presidency.
O'Malley Steps Forward In Iowa As Potential 2016 Clinton CompetitorMartin O'Malley's latest foray into Iowa begins, appropriately, in a place called Clinton.
Santorum: GOP Should Focus On Working Class Over Business OwnersThe Republican Party must to do a better job reaching out to working class voters, former senator and GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Saturday.
Iowa: Romney, Santorum Seesawing In Narrow Vote
Republican Presidential Hopefuls Arguing Up To Finish Line In IowaIn the kickoff contest of the 2012 presidential race, Republican candidates argued up to Tuesday's finish line in Iowa over which candidate the voters can trust and who they can count on to defeat President Barack Obama.
Romney Attacks Paul Over Iran CommentsRepublican presidential contenders Mitt Romney and Rick Perry on Wednesday assailed Ron Paul for saying the U.S. has no business bombing Iran to keep it from acquiring a nuclear weapon, drawing a sharp contrast with their rising rival as he returned to Iowa days before the lead-off caucuses.
Occupy To Expand Iowa Protests As Caucus NearsNow, to the dismay of Iowa Republicans, Occupy activists in Des Moines are vowing to expand their protests as GOP presidential hopefuls converge on the state that speaks first in the race for the party's presidential nomination.
Romney: Obama, Biden Living In 'Fantasyland' Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says the president and vice president are living in "fantasyland" if they think the economy is getting better.
Biden Takes Swipe At Romney In Iowa Op-EdIn a likely preview of the general-election argument to come, Vice President Joe Biden and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney traded barbs Friday over whose economic policies are best for the country.