Biden apologizes for 'Shylocks' gaffe, visits Iowa

Vice President Joe Biden apologized on Wednesday for referring to people who squeeze US military personnel serving overseas on loans and other financial issues as 'Shylocks', a reference to a stereotypical Jewish character in Shakespeare.

Hillary Clinton in Iowa stirs 2016 speculation

Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to Iowa today to pay tribute to the state's retiring Democratic senator as anticipation builds over the possibility of another presidential campaign in 2016.

Indian-American elected for top Republican post in Iowa

Indian-American businessman Gopal T K Krishna has been elected as the co-chair of the Republican Party in the US state of Iowa.

Tornadoes slam central US; 2 dead in Oklahoma

Several tornadoes ravaged parts of the American heartland, reducing portions of a mobile home park to rubble and killing two elderly men.

US elections: Clinton blasts Romney in Iowa op-ed

Former US President Bill Clinton`s editorial in Iowa’s largest newspaper appealed to people to vote for President Barack Obama and blasted Mitt Romney`s tactics

US elections: Biden confident of ‘declaring victory in 48 hours`

Rallying his final Ohio crowd of the re-election campaign, US Vice President Joe Biden has expressed confidence that a win is within sight for him and President Barack Obama.

‘Obama holds five-point lead over Romney in Iowa’

President Barack Obama has a five-point lead over GOP challenger Mitt Romney in Iowa, a new poll has found.

‘Obama among the winners in Iowa’

After a dramatic night of suspense in Iowa caucuses, the big winner may well have been a Democrat: Barack Obama.

Mitt Romney wins Iowa caucus by eight votes

Romney edged out Santorum by only eight votes, winning by 30,015 to 30,007, the state Republican Party announced.

Murdoch backs Santorum for US President

Santorum has surged into 3rd place recently on the strength of his take-no-prisoners social conservative ideology.

Tight race in Iowa kicks off 2012 campaign

Iowa Republicans cast the first votes of the 2012 White House campaign Tuesday, with Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul in a high-stakes battle.