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    1. In tight Democratic race, O'Malley's Iowa support matters

      Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneJan 19 09:51 AM

      DES MOINES, Iowa — In Iowa's leadoff presidential caucuses, longshot Democratic candidate Martin O'Malley could finally be a player. That's probably not because of any hidden depths of support for the low-polling former Maryland governor.

    2. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — In Iowa’s leadoff presidential caucuses, longshot Democratic candidate Martin O’Malley could finally be a player. That’s probably not because of any hidden depths of support for the low-polling former Maryland governor. Rather, the quirks of the Iowa process mean that candidates must have a minimum level of support in each […]

    3. Tips for what Bernie Sanders' supporters are looking for on caucus night, a small but important targeting decision by Hillary Clinton and perspective from a onetime-reporter-turned-first-time caucusgoer. Those stories and more top our "Inside Politics" forecast, where you get tomorrow's headlines today.

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    5. A few hours after Bernie Sanders announced he was running for president, a group of activists associated with Occupy Wall Street sent an email blast endorsing his candidacy. It was a perfect match. The protesters, whose ragged encampments across the United States in 2011 sought to call attention...

    6. Hillary Clinton struggled Wednesday night through an answer about the large paychecks she...

    7. Martin O'Malley is the most important Democrat in Iowa.

    8. CEDAR RAPIDS — With the finish line in sight, Hillary Clinton went back to the basics Saturday night in Cedar Rapids, touching on all the themes she and other Democratic presidential hopefuls have been campaigning on for the past year — or longer. The difference, she told more than 1,200 people at Washington High School, is that she’s ready to get those Democratic priorities done. “This campaign...

    9. ABC News' Jonathan Karl and Mary Bruce recap the highlights from Tuesday night's address.

    10. Don't expect a parade of once-hopefuls trudging to microphones to quit the day after the caucuses. But the die will have been cast. Iowa doesn't kill candidacies; it puts them on life support.

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