Lawmakers will return to the Iowa Statehouse this week as they seek to resolve some of the session's biggest issues and adjourn. More>>
A woman who used to work for the Iowa Senate Republican Caucus says she was fired after reporting sexual harassment, but GOP officials deny that. More>>
President Barack Obama said Thursday the nation's military leaders told him they are "ashamed" of their failure to end sexual abuse in the armed services. Obama pledged to "leave no stone unturned" in the effort to halt... More>>
U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley wants the Federal Emergency Management Administration administrator Craig Fugate to come see the progress Cedar Rapids has made in the five years since the flood of 2008. More>>
The Iowa Department of Human Services will hold four public hearings on the governor's proposed health care plan in cities across the state in June. More>>
The governor says he won't put the commander of the Iowa Veterans Home on administrative leave. More>>
Democratic state Senator Jack Hatch is seriously considering a run for governor in 2014. More>>
Governor Terry Branstad announced Monday that Mary Mosiman has been named the new state auditor. More>>
A new immigration bill in Washington, D.C. is sparking criticism from Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley Thursday. More>>
Swati Dandekar, a Democrat from Marion, is eyeing a run for fellow Democrat and U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley's congressional seat. More>>
The Mason City mayor and council members will be paid less next year. More>>
Midamerican Energy will invest $1.9 billion in building dozens of new wind turbines around Iowa, state officials announced Tuesday afternoon. More>>
Johnson County voters have turned down a proposed justice center once again. More>>
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