Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa is 87 years old, third in line for the presidency, and positive for COVID-19.
In Iowa, residents received messages telling them to "stay home, stay safe and don't vote."
In some cases, ballots could be delayed getting to voters.
Teachers are suing the governor, who is mandating in-person schooling as the pandemic tears through the state.
Iowa Rep. Steve King wondered aloud how the terms “white nationalist, white supremacist” had become offensive in an interview with the New York Times last year.
After years of racist remarks and coziness with right-wing fringe activists, the Iowa Republican is isolated, out of money, and looking like the underdog for his June 2 primary.
"I don't understand why that's not happening."
Nevada has been scrambling to put together a new plan ever since it dumped the app that blew up the Iowa caucus.
“Iowa has forfeited its chance to be number one. I don't think that'll happen anymore.”
The past week hasn’t been great for Joe Biden.
“The fact that we are getting framed as nefarious for doing what the right has been doing is bullshit,” said Acronym CEO Tara McGowan.
Even the AP has thrown up its hands.