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‘Against Trump’: Enemy within attacks, says Trump clueless on H1B visas, 'will trample America underfoot'
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‘Against Trump’: Enemy within attacks, says Trump clueless on H1B visas, 'will trample America underfoot'

The most influential right leaning media is pulling out all stops with stinging attacks against the so far unstoppable Trump. The week before the Iowa causus, National Review is dedicating a special issue of its magazine yelling out for a hard stop to Trump. The magazine also calls out The Donald’s misplaced views on the H1B visa, saying “he (Trump) clearly had no idea what’s in the plan.”

Candidates swarm Iowa, first big test in US election marathon
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Candidates swarm Iowa, first big test in US election marathon

After months of a tumultuous campaign featuring outsiders who have upended the US political system, voters will finally have their say in Iowa -- the first test of the 2016 presidential race.

Benghazi the film Hillary Clinton's newest headache
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Benghazi the film Hillary Clinton's newest headache

The deadly militant attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya in 2012 continues to haunt Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, this time in the form of a Hollywood action movie.

'This is going to be so much fun': Palin's endorsement of Trump a boost as Iowa vote looms
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'This is going to be so much fun': Palin's endorsement of Trump a boost as Iowa vote looms

The endorsement of conservative Republican firebrand Sarah Palin in the increasingly intense 2016 presidential race is giving billionaire businessman Donald Trump a boost against Texas Sen. Ted Cruz less than two weeks before Iowa's kick-off caucuses.

'No more pussy-footing around': Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump in Iowa
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'No more pussy-footing around': Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump in Iowa

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump received the endorsement Tuesday of conservative firebrand Sarah Palin, giving the billionaire businessman a potential boost less than two weeks before Iowa's kick-off caucuses.

As Iowa caucus nears, ghosts from 1990s are back to haunt Clinton; Bernie Sanders soars
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As Iowa caucus nears, ghosts from 1990s are back to haunt Clinton; Bernie Sanders soars

Emails going out to Hillary Clinton supporters are taking on a nervy, urgent edge. It’s about Bernie Sanders, who is creeping up on Clinton’s poll numbers at lightning speed ahead of the first primaries and caucuses that begin early February.

US Elections Explainer: Iowa and its perplexing election caucus process
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US Elections Explainer: Iowa and its perplexing election caucus process

On February 1, residents of Iowa will be the first Americans to cast their votes in the 2016 race for the presidential nominations of the Democratic and Republican parties.

US election race: Trump and Cruz dominate, Clinton tested as Iowa nears
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US election race: Trump and Cruz dominate, Clinton tested as Iowa nears

Republicans Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are neck and neck down the stretch to the first vote in the US presidential nominating contest, while Hillary Clinton struggles to repel a surging Bernie Sanders, polls showed.

'We are now at war': Donald Trump defends proposal to ban Muslims from entering US
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'We are now at war': Donald Trump defends proposal to ban Muslims from entering US

Donald Trump on Tuesday stood by his call to block all Muslims from entering the United States, even as the idea was widely condemned by rival Republican presidential candidates, party leaders and others as un-American.

Bill Clinton, Katy Perry in Iowa show of force for Hillary Clinton
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Bill Clinton, Katy Perry in Iowa show of force for Hillary Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton was bringing her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and pop singer Katy Perry to Iowa on Saturday in a show of force before a pivotal dinner with thousands of Democrats in the early voting state.

Bill Clinton to headline first rally for Hillary this weekend
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Bill Clinton to headline first rally for Hillary this weekend

Former President Bill Clinton will headline his first rally for his wife's presidential campaign on Saturday. He plans to address supporters of Hillary Rodham Clinton's second White House bid before the Iowa Democratic Party dinner in Des Moines.

High on tacos: Police discover meth lab in fast food restaurant, two arrested
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High on tacos: Police discover meth lab in fast food restaurant, two arrested

Two men have been arrested after the remnants of a methamphetamine lab were found inside a Taco Bell in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Indian-American hotelier Ravi Patel announces Congressional bid from Iowa
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Indian-American hotelier Ravi Patel announces Congressional bid from Iowa

Indian-American hotelier Ravi Patel has announced his Congressional bid from Iowa, becoming the second Democrat to enter the race.

US Vice President Biden apologises for 'Shylocks' reference
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US Vice President Biden apologises for 'Shylocks' reference

Vice President Joe Biden apologised on Wednesday for referring to people who squeeze US military personnel serving overseas on loans and other financial issues as "Shylocks," a reference to a stereotypical Jewish character in Shakespeare.

Photos: Houses reduced to matchsticks as tornados tear through US
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Photos: Houses reduced to matchsticks as tornados tear through US

Fresh storms hit Mississippi and the US Southeast Monday, threatening tens of millions of people a day after tornadoes killed 17 and ripped up homes in nearby states. In the hardest-hit parts of Arkansas, emergency crews intensified their search for survivors, as residents of the close-knit community of Vilonia surveyed the damage. The tornados crushed large trucks like empty cans, homes were violently ripped in half, and entire residential blocks were reduced to rubble. Some homes were uprooted from their foundations. In Iowa, the tornado also dumped heavy rain, snapped trees and lifted the roof off a medical center in the town of Oskaloosa.

Biden accuses Romney of outsourcing jobs to India
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Biden accuses Romney of outsourcing jobs to India

US Vice President Joe Biden said that Romney vetoed a bill passed by the Massachusetts legislature that would have stopped the state from outsourcing contracts overseas.

Why money matters more to American politics than democracy
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Why money matters more to American politics than democracy

Tomorrow, the US takes the first step towards choosing its next president. Except, it really did that about two years ago.

Ahead of Hampshire voting, Romney kicks off in Iowa targeting Obama
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Ahead of Hampshire voting, Romney kicks off in Iowa targeting Obama

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney kicked off the last week before the Iowa caucuses warning that November's presidential contest will be "an election to save the soul of America."

Rivals' attacks are taking a toll, admits Gingrich
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Rivals' attacks are taking a toll, admits Gingrich

Meanwhile, Romney received the endorsement of Iowa's largest newspaper, The Des Moines Register, on its website Saturday evening

Outsourcing could become hot target in US election cycle
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Outsourcing could become hot target in US election cycle

As the battle for the Republican presidential nomination heats up, so will debates about job creation, the economy, and inevitably, outsourcing.