Stephen welcomes Rick Santorum to the show to talk about his faith-based movie production company, EchoLight Studios.
Wednesday: Mitt Romney's photo-finish victory in the Iowa caucuses is a remarkable turn of events for a candidate who had all but written off the state a few months ago; Also, following his near victory in Iowa, Rick Santorum will have to figure out how to translate surprise success into sustained momentum; And, an Ohio seismologist blames a recent string of earthquakes on the natural gas extraction technique known as fracking.
Bob Schieffer spoke with 2012 GOP presidential candidates Rep. Michele Bachmann and Sen. Rick Santorum on how the troop withdrawal will affect the future of Iraq and share their ideals on a foreign policy; Then, a round table discussion on Condoleezza Rice's book "No Higher Honor;" Also, remembering CBS News' Robert Pierpoint.
Tuesday: Results of the Iowa caucuses are on their way in, and - so far - it's a three-way race between Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum; Also, Iran continues its threats of closing off a key oil-shipping route if other nations enact tougher sanctions against the country; And, details are emerging in how the LAPD managed to catch the man suspected of starting over 50 fires around the Los Angeles area.
Wednesday: Clarissa Ward reports from the Syrian frontlines with rebels fighting to overthrow the 40-year Assad dictatorship; Also, following his three-state sweep, Rick Santorum is back in the race as a serious contender for the GOP presidential nod; And, the Pentagon is opening up more jobs to women soldiers, although they're still banned from combat.
The latest Des Moines Register poll released days before the Iowa caucuses has Mitt Romney in first, Ron Paul in second and Rick Santorum in third; Then, Iran tested a new surface-to-air missile during its naval exercises in the Strait of Hormuz, which many are taking as a hostile gesture; Also, rising theater ticket prices and falling home theater costs are keeping moviegoers at home and eating into Hollywood's profits.
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