Hispanics are only five percent of the population in Iowa but they’re suddenly crucial to the presidential election. Now Iowa's Republican Secretary of State has pushed through voting rules that could keep some of them from the polls.
Yesterday should have been Rick Santorum’s day. The Iowa Republican Party, though desperate to make his rival, Mitt Romney, the official certified winner of its caucuses had to cough up that, in fact, it looked like Santorum had won.“One thing that is ir
Everyone headed to Iowa from these parts for the presidential caucuses will likely take I-80 in toward Cedar Rapids. And there, my friends, is one of the state's great treasures. Sure, the food court looks like every other truck stop, but just keep walking, keep exploring. It's its own little world.
We head to Iowa, to a town of 1,500 surrounded by corn and soybean farms.Though it's more than one thousand miles from New York City, this town was uniquely impacted by the attacks of September 11, 2011.
We'll travel to Elkader, Iowa, a town that's grappled with an identity crisis since September 11, 2001. The reason? Elkader is the only town in the entire United States that's named after an Arab Muslim.