No. 3 TCU Rolls Past Iowa State 45-21The Horned Frogs have a week to rest up before their final push for the Big 12 title and beyond.
Perry Campaign Will Have 1 Paid Staffer In IowaRick Perry's cash-strapped presidential campaign is set to keep going in Iowa with just one paid staffer and some volunteers.
Perry's Iowa Chairman Leaves Lagging CampaignSam Clovis said he had stepped down as Iowa state chairman after the former Texas governor stopped paying campaign staffers.
Perry Questions Border Wall PlansSpeaking on Wednesday at the Iowa State Fair, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry said that building a wall is not the best way to secure the U.S. border and halt illegal immigration.
Rubio's Slow Start Puzzles GOPPresidential hopeful Marco Rubio's slow campaign is puzzling GOP operatives in Iowa and New Hampshire, states where voters are used to getting attention early and often.
Perry Dials Back Christian Appeal In IowaRick Perry bragged to an Iowa crowd about the strong economy in Texas, but he didn't mention religion until 25 minutes into his address, and only then when asked about it.
Bush Starting Behind Others In IowaRepublican presidential candidate Jeb Bush boasts blue chip donors, some of the best advisers in the campaign business and, of course, a famous political name. But when it comes to first-to-vote Iowa, he's practically starting from scratch.
Perry Seeks To Win Over IowaRick Perry is working his way through Iowa one handshake, bear hug and backslap at a time. The approach contrasts with his failed presidential bid four years ago.
Perry Touts Texas Record In Iowa ReturnFormer Gov. Rick Perry touted his record of tax cuts and job creation throughout his time in Texas during a return trip to Iowa on Thursday, at a GOP organization event.
Authorities Place 4 Texas Disabled Men In Protective Care4 mentally disabled, former employees of Henry's Turkey Service, who were mistreated by the company, have been placed in protective care.
Perry In Iowa Again Courting VotersGov. Rick Perry is visiting Iowa for the fourth time in eight months, hoping to win over Republicans who delivered him a caucus loss when he ran for president two years ago.
Texans Still Recovering After “Cruel” Life On Iowa Turkey FarmThere are two special men living in North Texas who now show little sign of the awful things that happened to them for so many years. For decades they, and 30 other Texans like them, called an Iowa schoolhouse home and gutted turkeys for $65 a month.
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