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Written by Josh OLeary Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under If you go What: President Obama campaign event...Knapp Animal Learning Center at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E...Information: The event is open to the public, and no tickets are required.
Written by Filed Under Frequent visitor This will be President Barack Obamas third trip to Iowa this year. The two others: Jan. 25, Cedar Rapids : Advocated tax incentives for manufacturers and higher rates for the wealthiest taxpayers. April 25,
Michelle Obama contemplated divorcing Barack Obama in 2000 after he ignored her advice not to run for a House seat in Chicago, making him so "depressed" that friends feared he might commit suicide, says a new book. According to the book, Michelle
Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has recommended that United States President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle receive the freedom of the city, it was reported on Tuesday. The Cape Times quoted her as saying that the couple exuded leadership,
This week's apologies from Mitt Romney and Joe Biden are just the latest in a colorful history of politicians regretting personal lapses large and small...And for that I apologize." --- Biden: The vice president is sorry for speaking out of turn in
As the Obama administration uses the approaching one-year anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death to tout the president's decision to launch a strike on the former Al Qaeda leader, Republicans have accused the administration of exploiting the issue...
Written by Filed Under Rachel Gariepy has been volunteering for President Barack Obamas re-election campaign in Iowa for not quite two months. Already, shes experienced an energy she says comes with organizing in the state where Obamas campaign took
Tickets for President Barack Obamas talk at the University of Iowa will be available at noon Monday at the Iowa Memorial Union Box Office, 125 North Madison Street. President Obama is scheduled to speak to a crowd about the increasing burden of
Written by Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under President Barack Obama will make his third trip to campus next week. Area law enforcement officials are scheduled to meet with the Secret Service this afternoon to hammer details of the presidents visit,
Very likable, it seems, at least in contrast to his GOP rival. According to a Washington Post/ABC News poll released a few days ago, Americans by a more than 2-to-1 ratio say the president is more "friendly and likable" than Mitt Romney. Many