Maybe the celebration speech last night wasn't premature?
Letting any single state go first is a mistake. But a national primary would be problematic too. Luckily, those aren't the only two options.
Is it the ethanol?
The president's would-be primary challengers fail to reach 2 percent, and are being out-fundraised a combined 230 to 1.
An unnecessary and personal attack on Bernie Sanders is another example of Clinton's poor political judgement, and smacks of Democratic desperation to stop the Vermont senator's rise.
The policy has earned a well-deserved First Amendment lawsuit.
The polls are pointing to big nights for Clinton and Trump, but primary state surveys are tricky.
The polls miss again.
He has more appeal to the young, to independents, and to those who worry most about government spending. But not enough appeal in any category.
Bernie Sanders Effectively Tied Hillary Clinton In Iowa. That's a Reminder of Clinton's Weakness as a Candidate.
She blew a 30-point lead in just a few months.
Was tops among voters who want a candidate that "shares my values."
The Texas senator is the first presidential candidate to win in Iowa while opposing federal support for ethanol.
Tell us about the dangers of Citizens United again.
No Rand Paul Surprise in Iowa; Fifth Place, Likely 4.5 Percent [UPDATED and Corrected on County Breakdown]
Ron Paul counties in 2012 went for 9 for Cruz, 7 for Trump; big college counties for Rubio
Also in Iowa, Donald Trump tells crowd to "knock the crap" out of protesters.
In a state where 43 percent of Democrats identify as socialist, Sanders should be doing particularly well.
Cruz, Trump vie for anti-marriage vote in Iowa.
Just ask President Santorum.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee makes Adele parody appealing to Iowa caucus voters and the result is pretty scary.
The Kentucky senator disses Ted Cruz, says he's the only fiscal conservative, worries about armed self-defense, and hopes for a youth surge to propel him in Iowa caucuses
Voters won't really start paying attention until January.
There is no political future in fighting government recognition