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Donald Trump speaks to a rally of about 1,000 people in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Tuesday. Other candidates reach Iowa voters with small, intimate events. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Politics

What If? Trump Could Redefine How To Win Iowa

The Republican front-runner is shirking retail politics for big rallies. And he is banking on those crowds showing up on caucus night.

While the app itself is basic, it stands out in what will otherwise be a decidedly low-tech affair. Republicans often cast their ballots on slips of paper, and Democrats count their support for candidates by grouping together in corners at caucus sites. Meg Kelly/NPR hide caption

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Hoping To Correct Reporting Problems, Iowans Will Report Caucus Results Via App

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Beasto The Funk Ark
Beat Me Till I'm Blue Blow Up

Currently, only about 10 percent of egg-laying chickens in the U.S. live in cage-free houses like the one seen in this photo. Courtesy of Big Dutchman, Inc. hide caption

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Most U.S. Egg Producers Are Now Choosing Cage-Free Houses

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Iraqi security forces and allied Sunni tribal fighters evacuate an injured woman after she was shot by the Islamic State in Ramadi on Jan. 4. Iraqi forces have pushed ISIS out of much of Ramadi, but daily fighting is still taking place in the southeast part of the city, where ISIS is using civilians as human shields, according to the Iraqi military. Uncredited/AP hide caption

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In Shattered Ramadi, A Weakened ISIS Fights On Behind Human Shields

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Toxic Britney Spears
Smooth Sailing Leon McAuliffe
In the Mood Glenn Miller
Together The xx
Center's Groove [Captain Planet Remix] DJ Center

Donald Trump speaks to a rally of about 1,000 people in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Tuesday. Other candidates reach Iowa voters with small, intimate events. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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What If? Trump Could Redefine How To Win Iowa

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Just Jammin' Gramatik
Sunny's Song Benevento-Russo Duo
Moon Little People
Alta Farra DJ Juan Data
Fast Lane Rationale
Reckoning San Fermin
Lilies of the Valley Jun Miyake

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Texas' New Open-Carry Law Unpopular Among Some Gun Owners

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Ancient Sea Elephant Revival
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) Bruce Springsteen

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