Mr Cruz leads in the poll with 31 per cent, while Mr Trump received 21 per cent
Jeff and his girlfriend Jenna were pulled over, before he popped the question.
The driver has been placed on administrative leave
Mr Obama spoke to Marilynne Robinson in Iowa last month
Marcia Wallace had enjoyed a respectable career as a comic actress for two decades before she became the voice of Bart Simpson's cynical and world-weary fourth-grade teacher Edna Krabappel and found worldwide fame among the denizens of Springfield. The sarcastic, chain-smoking, gruff-voiced educationist finally found love in the unlikely arms of the Simpsons' god-fearing neighbour Ned Flanders.
Navy Vice Admiral Timothy Giardina is accused of using counterfeit poker chips at an Iowa casino
The Canadian pop star kept fans in Des Moines waiting for the fourth time on his Believe world tour
An American dentist took the remarkable decision to sack an employee because he found her "irresistible" and wanted to avoid a temptation that could wreck his marriage.
Guy Adams meets Deb Vaughn, an undecided voter from Iowa
It was Sunday morning, so they started with a prayer, along with a re-worked version of the hymn Amazing Grace by a country music band. In a way, that set the stage perfectly for the arrival of Mitt Romney, a candidate whose whose final hours on the campaign trail revolve around a big leap of faith.
Xi Jinping seeks to boost relations with 'important high-level interaction' as he flies to Washington
Newt Gingrich stormed to a shock victory over Mitt Romney in the South Carolina primary today, scrambling the race to choose a Republican challenger to President Barack Obama.
Despite some last-minute gaffes, Mitt Romney remained the overwhelming favourite to win the New Hampshire presidential primary today, but the margin of victory could determine whether he quickly clinches the Republican nomination or faces a gruelling battle.
Republican front-runner faces heat over employment laws on eve of primary
Newt Gingrich, who is fighting to slow the momentum of Mitt Romney towards securing the Republican presidential nomination, received a big boost at the weekend as a Las Vegas casino tycoon pledged $5m (£3.2m) towards an independent group that is supporting his run.
Momentum bolsters the presidential campaign of the anti-gay rights ex-senator