Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee have claimed victories in Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses.
With all Democratic precincts reporting, Obama had the support of 38 percent of voters, compared to 30 percent for John Edwards and 29 percent for Hillary Clinton. "The numbers tell us this was a debate between change and experience, and change won," said CNN political analyst Bill Schneider.
Iowa delivered fatal blows to the campaigns of Sen. Chris Dodd of Connecticut and Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware. Both have decided to abandon their White House runs. Read full article »
CNN's Mark Preston, Peter Hamby, Dana Bash and Candy Crowley contributed to this report.