Presidential Race Heats Up in Earnest; First Stop: Iowa
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Another poll, another Republican presidential hopeful jumps into the top tier… only this time there's only one day left to go. On this rebroadcast of To the Point, we hear about Rick Santorum and the others in Iowa. Also, Hollywood breathes a sigh of relief after arson arrests. On Reporter's Notebook, is football good for higher education?
Banner image: Republican presidential hopeful US Rep Ron Paul (R-TX) waves during a campaign stop at the Park Place Event Center on January 2, 2012 in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Hollywood Breathes a Sigh of Relief after Arson Arrests ()
From Burbank in the San Fernando Valley, to Hollywood and West Hollywood it's been four days of fear where residents didn't know when an arsonist would hit next. John Duran is Mayor of the City of West Hollywood.
Romney, Paul and...Santorum? ()
The Des Moines Register Poll, out today, shows yet another also-ran picking up steam as Iowa Republicans prepare to caucus tomorrow night. Pennsylvania's former US Senator Rick Santorum has 15 percent to Ron Paul's 22, and Mitt Romney's still leading with 24 percent. But 41 percent of those polled said they'd be willing to change their minds. We take a last look at a nomination race unique in American history. Why does Iowa matter so much? What is the caucus process all about? How many Republican candidates have the resources to go on from here?
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The Impact of Football on Grades and Graduation Rates ()
Today's the day for the TicketCity Bowl, the Gator Bowl, the Capital One Bowl, the Outback Bowl, the Fiesta Bowl and the Rose Bowl. What does it all mean for the schools involved and for higher education? This has been a season of scandal in college football. At Ohio State, the University of Miami and, most nightmarish of all, at Penn State. So "it's hard not to wonder: is college football really good for college?" asks Jordan Weissmann in the current Atlantic magazine.
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