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Donald Trump on Sunday repeatedly slammed his chief presidential rival Sen. Ted Cruz as a "total liar" as the Texas senator and his allies have claimed in the final stretch to the Iowa caucuses that Trump favors government-run, universal health care.
Glenn Beck took the stage at a Ted Cruz rally on Sunday and invoked God, George Washington and the U.S. Constitution.
Iowa's secretary of state on Saturday blasted Ted Cruz's campaign over a controversial mailer that aims to drive voters to the polls for Monday's caucuses by claiming they have committed "violations."
Bernie Sanders drew his largest crowd in Iowa on Saturday, two days before the caucuses, but he had a little help from his friends.
As Donald Trump and Ted Cruz battled for evangelical voters across Iowa Sunday, Cruz's star surrogate, Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson, made a forceful case to voters that the Texas senator could restore the U.S. to biblical principles and called gay marriage "evil" and "wicked."
Tips for what Bernie Sanders' supporters are looking for on caucus night, a small but important targeting decision by Hillary Clinton and perspective from a onetime-reporter-turned-first-time caucusgoer. Those stories and more top our "Inside Politics" forecast, where you get tomorrow's headlines today.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Hillary Clinton's email controversy raises "very serious questions about judgment" and thus her ability to be president of the United States.
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump maintain wide leads in their respective primary races in New Hampshire, according to a new CNN/WMUR poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.
No matter which candidates win in Iowa, their supporters won't have much time to celebrate before they have to hunker down and brace for a blizzard.
There is no sense of worry in Hillary Clinton or her campaign aides a day before Iowans decide who to caucus for on Monday night.
Late in the most recent Republican presidential debate, Chris Christie chided his rivals for using clichés, jargon and other forms of politician-speak.
It's the overwhelming question just two days out from the Iowa caucuses: Will it be Donald Trump or Ted Cruz?
Ted Cruz has crisscrossed Iowa, headed to all 99 counties and has aggressively targeted this state's evangelical voters. Jeb Bush hired a top Iowa operative and had 30 paid staffers to build his operation here, while saying last summer that he still hoped to win the Hawkeye State.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Saturday urged Republicans to do something that he claimed had never been done before: nominate a Republican who supported Ronald Reagan for president in the 1980 primaries.
Former GOP presidential candidate Lindsey Graham had sharp words for Ted Cruz on Sunday, saying his fellow senator's White House bid plays to voters' fears.
The State Department will release another batch of Hillary Clinton's emails Friday, but the release is expected to fall well behind the judge-imposed timetable for producing all of her emails.
Evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr. offered a glowing affirmation of Donald Trump's character and generosity Saturday night -- serving as a critical character witness for the real estate mogul 48 hours before voters head to the Iowa caucuses.