WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Speaker Paul Ryan says Donald Trump's campaign pledge to create a "deportation force" to round up 11 million people in the country "isn't happening."
That's what Ryan said during a CNN interview to a woman who has brought to the U.S. at an early age.
Hundreds of thousands are protected from deportation under the program called DACA -- Deferred Action for Child Arrivals.
Ryan says talks with the Trump transition team about a solution are underway. He wasn't specific.
A finalist in the search for the next Iowa State University president has withdrawn.
Governor Kim Reynolds spoke with President Donald Trump over the phone this morning about the state of health care in the United States, as well as renewable fuels.
An eastern Iowa family is giving us an emotional perspective on the destructive toll that drug abuse can take.
A judge has scheduled a retrial early next year in a civil rights lawsuit filed by a black man paralyzed when he was shot during a traffic stop by a Pittsburgh police officer.
The developer says it plans to convert the buildings into mixed-use and market-rate residential facilities.
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