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In 1964, John Glenn withdrew from the Ohio race for the U.S. Senate because of injuries suffered in a fall. 

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It’s been four and a half months since they suffered devastating losses at the polls, but party leaders said Saturday night at the Scott Count…

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DES MOINES — Drivers would be able to use their hand-held devices to make phone calls or check GPS directions but could be pulled over by law …

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad warned Monday that Democratic probing of state child welfare services could negatively affect a criminal pros…

Gorsuch is expected to have support from more than half the Senate, but getting to that vote will require several procedural maneuvers. Some Democrats have already said they will try to hold up the nomination, which means Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., will have to hold a procedural vote requiring 60 votes to move forward.

What exactly is going on in Des Moines? Another $131 million is to be added to the $118 million January state budget deficit, according to reports.

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — House-passed legislation to significantly expand firearm rights in Iowa came out of a Senate committee without a mark Thursday, a…

  • Ed Tibbetts etibbetts@qctimes.com

President Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to the U.S. Department of Agriculture drew bipartisan concern Thursday, even as Republicans praised him…

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DES MOINES — House Republicans voted Thursday to pre-empt local governments from usurping state authority in business and employment matters a…