If the latest polls are right, 2012 GOP presidential candidates Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are in a statistical dead heat in the Hawkeye state right now. But as we've seen, a lot can change in seven days.
Today on American Morning, we break down the race with Democratic analyst Robert Zimmerman and National Review online's Jim Geraghty about how the race could be affected over the next week.
A shocking approach to preventing teen pregnancy: Allowing teens to have sleepover dates with their boyfriends or girlfriends.
Sociologist Amy Schalet is talking about it in her new book "Not Under My Roof: Parents, teens, the culture of sex," just out from the University of Chicago Press. And get this – she says the sleepover strategy is already working in other countries.
Amy Schalet joins CNN's Ali Velshi this morning to explain why supervised sleepovers work.
The National Retail Federation predicts that shoppers will bring back more than $46 billion in gifts they don't want this holiday season. So how can you turn that into a win today?
Today on American Morning, SmartMoney.com's Annamaria Andriotis explains how you can handle those returns like a pro.
Some of her tips include:
* Return electronics immediately
* Keep the gift in the package, keep gift receipts and don't remove tags
* When in doubt, take it to the manufacturer
* With gift cards: Don't expect cash back for a balance
2012 hasn't even started and it's already predicted to be a blowout year for entertainment and pop culture.
From music to television to the silver screen, expect to see some new twists on old favorites and breakout performances from the next big stars.
Will the final installment of the Christopher Nolan "Batman" series beat expectations? Will singing shows still be all the rage? Will Madonna's new album still keep the queen of pop on top?
This morning on American Morning, US Weekly senior editor Ian Drew dished with CNN's Alina Cho about what to look out for in entertainment in 2012.
With eight days to go before the Iowa caucuses, the race for the Republican nomination is really getting interesting.
In Virginia, two GOP candidates – Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry – will not appear on the super Tuesday ballot. How will this affect the 2012 presidential race?
This morning on American Morning, CNN contributor Will Cain and Democratic strategist Kiki McLean look at how the race will change if two major candidates are not on Virginia's ballot.
It's never too late to follow your dreams. And perhaps, no one knows that better than Morgan Spurlock.
Before making his Oscar-nominated hit documentary "Super-Size Me," Spurlock was evicted from his apartment and $250,000 in debt!
But now he's found success, and he says you can too!
He's trying to prove it in his brand-new web series on Yahoo! Screen – it's called "Failure Club." He talks with Alina Cho and Deb Feyerick about the show this morning on American Morning.