As if 2020 couldn't get any more politically contentious, a fight is underway over a Supreme Court vacancy — just 43 days until Election Day, and as Americans are already voting.
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Both Iowa's U.S. senators have announced they'll stand by party leaders and support hearings on President Donald Trump's nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court. That's a reversal on their stances in 2016.
IPR’s Virtual Steinway Café heads to Western Iowa at noon on Friday, Sept. 25 for a livestream featuring sounds and genres from around the globe with Brazilian, film, fusion, and American folk songs all performed by pianist Richard Steinbach.
Host Ben Kieffer is joined by Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer. Finkenauer flipped Iowa’s 1st congressional district blue in 2018 and is defending her seat against Republican State Representative Ashley Hinson in November
...Or at least to their mailbox. Whether voting by mail or in person, roughly 24 million members of Generation Z will have the chance to cast a ballot this November, introducing the nation to the newest and youngest generation of voters.
David "Ya Ya" McAtee was killed in June as he stood in the doorway of the barbecue stand he owned in the Kentucky city's West End.
Jake Gardner was on the West Coast when a grand jury indicted him last week for the May killing of James Scurlock in Omaha, Neb. Gardner died "at his own hand," his lawyers said Sunday.
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