Articles by Kurtzleben, Danielle
A strengthening job market is little help to many of America's long-term unemployed.
After poor showing in Iowa, Bachmann steps aside.
Perry's entrance into the race precipitated the congresswoman's decline.
With talk of iPhones and pop stars, Republican contenders appealed to West Des Moines high schoolers Tuesday.
Romney, Paul and Santorum battle it out in first GOP test.
Texas congressman says sanctions often lead to war
One of Ron Paul's youth leaders in Iowa defends his Iran policy, turns "isolationist" label on Gingrich
Less than a week from caucus day, Iowa voters abandon Gingrich for yet another "it" candidate.
Newt Gingrich defends his proposal to have poor children work as school janitors, appealing to Iowa farm families.
The fudge is flying between Newt and Mitt in the Hawkeye state.