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  • By Philip Rucker | The Washington Post

President Donald Trump on Monday offered his most explicit endorsement to date of Roy Moore, the embattled Republican Senate candidate in Alabama who stands accused of making unwanted sexual advances on teenagers when he was in his 30s.

  • By Scott Levine Scottlevine@clintonherald.com

I oftentimes wonder about the city of Clinton’s vision. Maybe I should concern my mind with other mundane topics, but I’m not sure if there’s …

MORRISON, Ill. — Voters will have the opportunity to meet Kristopher Schmidt, a Republican candidate for Whiteside County sheriff, during two …

  • Taylor Armerding CNHI columnist

As has been declared thousands of times since President Donald Trump claimed (yes, in a tweet) last November that he’d actually won the popula…

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  • By Jake Mosbach jmosbach@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — A Coralville doctor and newly announced 2018 U.S. House of Representatives candidate made a stop in Clinton on Thursday as part of h…

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  • By Nick Moffitt nickmoffitt@clintonherald.com

MILES —Voters this week shot down a $10 million referendum for the Easton Valley Community School District.

  • By Jose A. DelReal and Scott Clement | The Washington Post

The political divide between rural and urban America is more cultural than it is economic, rooted in rural residents' deep misgivings about the nation's rapidly changing demographics, their sense that Christianity is under siege and their perception that the federal government caters most to the needs of people in big cities, according to a wide-ranging poll that examines cultural attitudes across the United States.