By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
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When Iowa State brought Keith Moore back as a student assistant in 2010, the university was hoping for another high-profile success in a program that helps former athletes return to finish their degrees.
One of NASA's renowned research centers has been under a four-year FBI investigation for the possible transfer of secret weapon-system technology to foreign countries, including China, two Republican congressmen have disclosed.
In the summer of 1992, CIA counterintelligence analyst Sandra "Sandy" Grimes burst into the office of her boss, Paul Redmond, and exclaimed, "It doesn't take a rocket scientist to tell what is going on here ... Rick [Ames] is a Russian spy!"
In the days since Republicans lost an election many in the party thought was theirs, chatter has been bubbling about what the party should do to recover.
President Obama hit the road Tuesday to compete for media time with the Republican convention, courting young voters with a two-day tour of college campuses in Iowa, Colorado and Virginia.
Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg's successful second season landed him a new contract with a hefty raise.
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Four years after the triumph of "Hope," "Change" and "Yes, we can!" President Obama reportedly is looking for a 2012 re-election slogan. Luckily, we're here to help.
At Creighton, Doug McDermott is no longer overshadowed by another star.
The choices made by Iowa Republicans on Tuesday helped focus the race for the GOP nomination for president. It's certainly a relief that the debate stage will be less crowded, but it's worth noting what has been lost: the Tea Party's highest-profile opponent of Obamacare.
This summer, Michele Bachmann unexpectedly surged to the front of the Republican presidential field. The Minnesota congresswoman became the leading conservative alternative to Mitt Romney ahead of the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.
Iowa's GOP presidential contest remains deeply unsettled, if not downright strange, five days before the Jan. 3 caucus.
A new independent study says the tax plan by GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich would provide big tax breaks to the rich and blow a huge hole in the federal budget deficit.
After spending most of the presidential primary tamping down expectations in Iowa, Mitt Romney is cranking up his campaign efforts in the Hawkeye State, including running his first TV ad almost exactly a month before Republican voters hold their first-in-the-nation caucuses.
Those who try to pass off the BCS as the best thing for college football will use the latest wild and riveting weekend of upsets and dramatic finishes as an example of why a playoff is a bad thing.