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In Iowa, All Eyes On Republican Hopefuls

Iowa voters will go to local caucus meetings on Jan. 3 in the first round of the presidential nominating process. In the Republican race, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul lead the polls, but it's unclear whether there will be a big winner in Iowa, Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving tells Robert Siegel.
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Gingrich And Paul On The Stump

This week in Columbia, S.C., Republican candidate Newt Gingrich proposed what he would do to create jobs, while in Dubuque, Iowa, Ron Paul shared what he would do to fix Washington.
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Paul Disavows Newsletters, But In '95 Video He Seems To Claim Credit

In a newly surfaced YouTube video from 1995, GOP hopeful Ron Paul seems to claim credit for a controversial newsletter that he has since tried to distance himself from. "I put that out on a monthly basis," he says.
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Gingrich Ballot Stumble In Virginia Could Be Sign Of Delegate Fight Ahead

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Newt Gingrich's campaign likened his failure to make the Virginia ballot to Pearl Harbor and vowed to find "alternate methods" to compete for the state's 49 delegates.

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Silent For A Night (Or Two) In Iowa, Candidates Keep Pace In Ads

If Iowans feel they've been bombarded by political ads in recent weeks, that's nothing compared to what the next eight days will be like. With the caucuses only a week from Tuesday, the ad wars are changing gears for the final stretch.

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