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(Radio Iowa) – On the heels of a study released Monday that found the U.S. military does a poor job of investigating sexual assault cases, Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is unveiling legislation today that would ...

(Radio Iowa) – The emerald ash borer has been found in another Iowa county. State Ag Department entomologist, Robin Pruisner, confirmed the find today during a conference call with reporters. “A concerned ...

(Radio Iowa) – Governor Branstad arrived back in Iowa early this morning after a 10-day “trade mission” to Europe. Iowa Economic Development Authority Director Debi Durham joined the governor on the trip ...

Edward Snowden Makes No-Leak Promise in Asylum Bid: Lawyer

Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden today applied for asylum in Russia and, as a condition, agreed to stop harming the U.S., according to a Russian lawyer who is advising him, but that doesn’t necessarily mean ...

Jodi Arias Attorneys Told To Prepare for September Sentencing

The murder trial of Jodi Arias will stretch on until at least September, when Arias will get another chance to convince a jury not to sentence her to death, a judge ruled today. Arias was found guilty in ...

Zimmerman Protests Heat Up Days After Verdict

Demonstrations against George Zimmerman’s not guilty verdict turned violent in several cities Monday night, prompting police to warn against any further outbreaks as they brace for more demonstrations this ...

(Radio Iowa) – Democratic Senator Tom Harkin is laughing off an assertion White House spokesman Jay Carney made Wednesday about critics of the Obama Administration’s decision to delay the requirement that ...

(Radio Iowa) – Republicans in the U.S. House have passed their own, scaled back version of the Farm Bill today, without any of the nutrition programs that have been included in the legislation for 30 years. ...

(Radio Iowa) – Saturday marks one year since cousins Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook-Morrissey vanished while riding their bicycles in the northeast Iowa town of Evansdale. Twelve months later, the case ...

(Radio Iowa) – The head of the Des Moines Water Works has issued what he calls a “very unusual” request for voluntary water conservation. Des Moines residents are being asked to cut back on watering lawns ...