December 10, 2007 It happens every morning. You can even set your watches to it. The coffee clubs settle into their tables at the Tremont Grille. The cafe sits along Main Street in Marshalltown, a community that in many ways reflects Iowa.
December 5, 2007 Some of the statements made by Democratic presidential candidates during an Iowa debate sponsored by NPR and Iowa Public Radio are scrutinized. Seven candidates met in Des Moines, Iowa, ahead of next month's caucus and batted around issues on Iran, China and immigration.
December 5, 2007 Iowans listening to the Democratic presidential debate hosted by National Public Radio and Iowa Public Radio share their impressions of candidates. They express frustration with staid answers. But one voter likes that Sen. Hillary Clinton acknowledges not having all of the answers.
December 5, 2007 The contentious issue of Iran dominates the Democratic presidential debate hosted by NPR and Iowa Public Radio. The candidates condemn President Bush's insistence that a new intelligence report showing Iran ceased its nuclear weapons program in 2003 made no difference.
December 4, 2007 Following is a transcript of the NPR/Iowa Public Radio Democratic candidates' debate, which took place at the Iowa State Historical Museum. In attendance were senators Biden, Clinton, Dodd and Obama, former senators Edwards and Gravel, and representative Kucinich.
December 4, 2007 Following is a transcript of an extra topic of conversation — the economy — discussed by the candidates after the broadcast portion of the NPR/Iowa Public Radio debate. It did not air during the radio debate.
December 4, 2007 Melissa Block talks with Robert Siegel and Michele Norris about their impressions of Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate. Questions about Iran and Iraq prompted calls for diplomacy, and a question about importing toys from China provided a moment of comic relief.
December 4, 2007 Democratic presidential candidates clashed over Iran and called for a tougher stance on China in a radio debate in Iowa Tuesday, broadcast by NPR and Iowa Public Radio. The forum comes just one month before the Iowa caucuses, as polls show a tight three-way race.
December 4, 2007 As Democratic presidential candidates debated at a forum Tuesday sponsored by NPR and Iowa Public Radio, they sometimes raised more questions than they answered. NPR reporters following along kept track to provide a reality check.