The effective draw ensures that Mr Sanders will threaten Ms Clinton for the long haul, wrecking her initial plan to wrap up the nomination swiftly, conserving money and energy to attack the Republicans
Winning the Iowa Caucus is a step toward the White House, but far from an indication of who will win the presidency.
The Democrat frontrunners shared the spoils in Iowa, with both winning between 49.5 and 50 per cent. But the pair are supported by two very different types of voter
Under Iowa's Democratic caucus guide ties between two or more candidates can be determined by coin toss
Donald Trump did not win the Iowa caucuses as expected, and only just beat Marco Rubio to avoid coming third.
The super PAC behind Ms Clinton, Priorities USA Action, drew $15m of the $25m it raised in the second half of last year from Wall Street sources
The Clinton donor makes the announcement ahead of the Iowa caucus
The first test of support for the Republican and Democratic hopefuls is upon us
'In her campaign, she’s focusing on family issues very strongly as middle-class issues, as economic issues, as moral issues'
Gabby Giffords has campaigned for tougher controls since she survived as assassination attempt in 2011
The paper also said it supported John Kasich for the Republican nominee
The polls have Hillary Clinton and her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders too close to call in Iowa.
Just as it was young voters who helped Mr Obama win Iowa eight years ago, so they are likely to be critical to the fortunes of Mr Sanders
The former Mayor of New York’s entry into this most unpredictable of White House campaigns has again shocked the nation. Tim Walker asks whether the billionaire is a genuine threat or superior spoiler
After months if not years of speeches, sound bites and shadow boxing, the race for the White House now gets serious with the first primaries a week on Monday. One thing is clear: voters are demanding something different – although heaven knows what
The former outsider for the Democratic presidential nomination is now level in polls with Hillary Clinton