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  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau
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DES MOINES — He’s not getting teary eyed, but Gov. Terry Branstad is a bit emotional in the final days of what likely will be his last legisla…

Davenport Alderman Mike Matson turned a few heads a week ago when he told a Democratic fundraising dinner that he was thinking about running f…

  • Erin Murphy Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Republicans who this week voted in favor of raising the state gas tax 10 cents per gallon will not face political repercussions f…

  • James Q. Lynch and Rod Boshart Times Bureau

IOWA CITY — Leading the cheers for the Republican team of candidates in recent days, Gov. Terry Branstad didn’t seem like a guy on the campaig…

  • Dan Goranson

I am old enough to remember when Gov. Bob Ray and his wife Billie helped resettle the boat people from southeast Asia. When people on the oth…

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Central American children who have crossed the U.S. border illegally are making their way to Iowa “behind the scenes” with the he…

  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau

CEDAR RAPIDS — U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin sharply criticized Gov. Terry Branstad and others reluctant to extend humanitarian aid to unaccompanied mi…

Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad may oppose the relocation of undocumented children coming across the U.S. southern borders into Iowa, but a spokesman…

  • Mike Wiser Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad has little use for the ideological cleansing of the Republican Party and said he’ll keep himself — and his fo…