In the kickoff contest of the 2012 presidential race, Republican candidates argued up to the finish line in Iowa over which candidate is a conservative that voters can trust and who they can defeat President Barack Obama. John Mone reports.
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(Early Evening Edition) Here's the latest news for Tuesday, Jan. 3rd: GOP candidates vie for voters' trust in fluid Iowa; Snow, slick roads cause crashes; Pentagon: Iran tests missiles, issues warning; Murder most foul on UK queen's estate.
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum courted young voters Tuesday as he seeks to surprise his rivals with a strong showing in Iowa's leadoff precinct caucuses.
Powerful winds are pounding Britain, grounding flights, closing roads and forcing ferries to stay docked. A falling tree killed one person.
Egyptians lined up in front of polling centers in nine provinces to cast their ballots Tuesday in the third and final round of the country's first parliamentary elections following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak.