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Scarborough: Iowa devastating to Romney in...

Scarborough: Iowa devastating to Romney in '08

01/03/12 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The Iowa caucuses finished up early Wednesday morning, and it's a photo finish: Mitt Romney emerged in first place with 30,015 votes, just eight more votes than the second-place Rick Santorum. The Morning Joe panel – including Time's Mark... watch

Huntsman: Iowa results are 'unbelievably...

Huntsman: Iowa results are 'unbelievably ambiguous'

01/03/12 07:00PM

2012 GOP presidential candidate skipped over the Iowa caucuses in favor of focusing most of his attention on the New Hampshire primaries. Hunstman joins Morning Joe from Manchester, N.H. to discuss the Iowa results, and how he's feeling about his... watch

Romney: Somebody's that's fallen from the middle class to poverty in my opinion is still middle class

01/03/12 01:32PM

Today is caucus day in Iowa, and we were there bright and early at Java Joe's in Des Moines.We had a big show, and Mitt Romney even stopped by on what will no doubt be a busy day for him.Here's one thing he had to say on how he'd help the country's poor and working class if elected president.“I want to make sure we have a safety net that cares for those that are poor. But I want to get those that are poor into the middle class. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, January 3, 2012

01/03/12 06:20AM

MITT, THE PAISLEY TIGERBY FRANK BRUNINEW YORK TIMESTo watch deliver his gauzy stump speech is to behold a beautifully framed, impeccably coiffed blur: a vague shimmer of presidential-looking light that means everything and nothing. The takeaway from the speech? Romney good. America great. Obama bad. America in trouble. He doesn’t delve into the soporific specifics pouring out of Rick Santorum, who wouldn’t know a sound bite if it ripped off his sweater vest. So you can fill in the blanks as you like. read more

Morning Headlines: Tuesday, January 3

01/03/12 05:57AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Well today's the big day in Iowa.Here's how the caucuses workMitt says he's going to winA new ARG poll shows a tight race in IowaSome flaws in Santorum's conservative recordGingrich steps up attacks on Obama, RomneyEgypt begins final round of parliamentary electionsIran threatens action if U.S. carrier returns: IRNARupert Murdoch splashes opinions on Twitter'Lost' Thin Lizzy tapes resurface 26 years after Phil Lynott's death  read more

Can President Obama hang onto Iowa in '12?

Can President Obama hang onto Iowa in '12?

01/02/12 07:00PM

Iowa will be a swing state in the 2012 presidential elections, and it will be a key state for President Obama, says Tom Brokaw. So can Obama hold onto a state where he won big in 2008? The panel discusses this and the history of the caucuses and... watch

Iowa governor: Turnout will be large

Iowa governor: Turnout will be large

01/01/12 07:00PM

Iowa governor Terry Branstad explains why Rick Santorum is emerging, saying "you still can't beat personal appearances." Branstad also talks about why Iowa deserves to be first in the nation. watch