More so than in any election in recent memory, Iowans are in flux about whom to support for the Republican presidential nomination.
THE OTHER WASHINGTON
In rural town, an ironic twist on candidates’ omens: life is good
By Eli Saslow
In Washington, joblessness is not a problem, loans are paid on time, new facilities are being built, businesses are thriving. Life is good. In Washington, Iowa, that is.
Panetta ready to air plan for Pentagon cuts
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta is set this week to reveal his strategy that will guide the Pentagon in cutting hundreds of billions of dollars from its budget, , according to senior officials.
High court hears Idaho case challenging EPA wetlands action
By Mark Sherman
The justices are considering how and when people can contest Environmental Protection Agency compliance orders, and are being urged to make the process easier.
By Matt Viser
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