Perry & Gingrich To Speak At Austin Policy ForumGov. Rick Perry and old friend and former 2012 presidential rival Newt Gingrich are set to share a stage in Austin.
Dallas Pastor Targeted In Atheist Billboard CampaignA Dallas pastor is the target of a new billboard campaign by the American Atheists.
Perry Makes First Campaign Trip For RomneyGov. Rick Perry is making his first campaign trip on behalf of Mitt Romney to Nevada.
Opinion: Could A Foreign Country Buy A U.S. Election?What is to stop a foreign country from funneling money through US businesses or political donors into Super PACs to buy US elections?
Romney Ready To Claim Nomination After TexasMitt Romney is poised to clinch the Republican presidential nomination after Tuesday's Texas primary, a largely uncontested election that will formalize his status as the general election challenger.
Gov. Perry Endorses Romney For GOP Presidential BidGov. Rick Perry announced Wednesday that he is endorsing Mitt Romney as the Republican Party's presidential candidate.
Perry Interested In Another Run For PresidentDuring a one-on-one interview in Plano on Wednesday, Governor Rick Perry said that he was leaning toward running for president again in 2016.
Gingrich Insists Republican Primary Isn't OverFormer U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he's not leaving the Presidential race anytime soon. "I'm the tortoise in this race," Gingrich says. "I'll just keep coming forward and I'm still here."
Ron Paul Brings 'Town Hall' Tour To Fort WorthRepublican presidential contender Ron Paul continues his three-day "town hall" tour of Texas with an event in Fort Worth.
Santorum Dropping Out Of Presidential RaceRick Santorum is facing political reality. He is suspending his campaign today -- but essentially, he's dropping his run for the White House.
Ron Paul Wants To Debate As Long As PossibleRon Paul said that he has no plans to drop out of the Republican presidential race, despite the fact that he is way behind in last place.
At D.C. Journalists Dinner, Perry Plays The Comedian Texas Gov. Rick Perry took to the stage at an exclusive journalists' gala Saturday night to roast himself — and poke fun at his gubernatorial predecessor George W. Bush, and presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.