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(Radio Iowa) – Republican Congressman Steve King says he’d vote “no” on a congressional resolution authorizing a military strike into Syria, but King believes Russia’s idea of getting the Syrian ...

(Radio Iowa) – Iowa’s congressional delegation is making clear they likely would be “no” votes if the House and Senate were to vote this week on a military strike into Syria. Before the president ...

(Radio Iowa) – Iowa is involved in four of 33 Conservation Innovation Grants announced Tuesday by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Vilsack, the former Iowa governor, said during the announcement that ...

(Radio Iowa) – A federal agency is giving its initial approval to the purchase of Smithfield Foods by a Chinese company. Greg Lear, president of the Iowa Pork Producers Association, says he understands ...

(Radio Iowa) – Republican Congressman Steve King has returned from an overseas trip that included stops in Egypt and King says he was told the Muslim Brotherhood was involved in the terror attacks that struck ...

(Radio Iowa) – A southwest Iowa farmer is one of the first to adopt “smart-farm technology” that allows him to manage most everything on the farm from his smart phone. Joe Hossle says hooking up his farm ...

Terror Threats Mar 9/11 Anniversary

Federal authorities warned overnight of an attack threat targeting Los Angeles International Airport and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, but questioned the seriousness of the threat. In the ...

Victim’s Friend Was Suspicious of Jordan Linn Graham

A friend of Cody Johnson, the 25-year-old Montana man whose wife admitted to pushing him to his death from a cliff just days after their wedding, says that he immediately suspected his friend’s new wife after ...

YouTube Drunk Driving Confessor Pleads Not Guilty Plea

An Ohio judge was visibly angry when the man who posted an emotional video confession online, admitting to killing a man in a June drunk driving accident, blindsided the court by pleading not guilty. ...

Obama Marks 9/11 With Nod to Benghazi, Syria Crisis

From the White House to Capitol Hill to the Pentagon — and at countless ceremonies around the country — Wednesday brought a solemn step back from the frenetic campaign for U.S. military action in Syria ...