The acceleration of the presidential primary schedule was supposed to make the traditional early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire less important. But things haven’t quite worked out that way. The battle royal for the Hawkeye State, set for January 3--just over a month from now, could decide right then and there the nominees of both parties. Also, a preview of the Middle East peace conference, which gets underway tomorrow in Annapolis, Maryland, and Senate Minority Whip Trent Lott has announced he's resigning. what does it mean for the GOP? Marc Cooper guest hosts.
The Battle for Iowa: The Hawkeye State at Ground Zero for '08
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Reading the Tea Leaves in Iowa
All eyes are cast on the State of Iowa and the January 3 caucuses , which could be decisive in nominating either or both parties' presidential candidates . All of a...
Mideast Leaders Meet at White House before Peace Conference
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is at the White House today on the eve of a high-stakes Middle East peace conference in Annapolis, Maryland.