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Examining the Iowa Caucus Track Record on Predicting Presidents
The Iowa caucuses have been the first major electoral event of the presidential election cycle since the 1970s, and today serve the role of winnowing the field and helping anti-establishment candidates pick up steam. Most recently in 2008, Barack Obama, Iowa’s nominee, upset Hillary Clinton and
The Heat Is on for Democrats
Former Vice President Al Gore says he is not jumping into the race for the White House but the verdict is still out on current VP Joe Biden.
The Note: All Eyes On Iowa
NOTABLES --IT'S A BIG DAY IN IOWA: The State Fair continues and the annual Iowa Wing Ding Dinner, an important Democratic event in the caucus process is tonight, ABC's SHUSHANNAH WALSHE notes. Four of the five Democrats running -- including Hillary Clinton -- will attend. It's an important event
Meet Hillary Clinton's 'Super Volunteers' Her Campaign Didn't Even Know About
They're the "HRC Super Volunteers" -- a group of near obsessive Hillary Clinton supporters who travel, on their own dime, to volunteer at the Democratic presidential candidate 's campaign events. Not affiliated with the Clinton campaign, this unofficial group has taken it upon themselves to help
GOP Candidates Attend Joni Ernst's Annual 'Roast and Ride'
ABC News' Josh Haskell reports the latest political news live from the GOP event in Iowa.
The Time Hillary Clinton Got Sassy During the Gennifer Flowers Scandal
Amid rumors about a Bill Clinton extramarital affair in 1992, Hillary Clinton cracked jokes.
Hillary Clinton Holds 1st Campaign Event in Iowa
Hillary Clinton's 1,000-mile road trip across America culminates in her first campaign event in Monticello, Iowa.
9 Top Political Gaffes of 2014
In Washington, even the smallest faux pas can hurtle a politician from respected to ridiculed as fast as you can say partisanship . And there was no shortage of cringe-worthy political screw-ups this year. From Hillary Clinton ’s “dead broke” gaffe to John Boehner’s “blank agenda,” here are nine of
'This Week' Transcript: Former CIA Director Michael Hayden
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on December 14, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week. Developing this morning, stunner in the skies: a Russian military plane narrowly avoids a collision with a passenger jet. What has officials so alarmed? The CIA and torture:
Pope Francis Visits Majority-Muslim Turkey
ABC News' Alexander Marquardt reports from Istanbul on Pope Francis' visit to Turkey, and the "This Week" powerhouse roundtable discusses what they're thankful for this holiday weekend.