Perry Ranks Low In New Republican PollsIs it time for Governor Rick Perry to end his presidential campaign? He might be asking the same question after the results of a new poll.
Romney, Gingrich At GOP Debate: We'd Go To War To Keep Iran From Getting Nuclear WeaponsMitt Romney and Newt Gingrich said at the Republican presidential debate here Saturday night that they would be willing to go to war to keep Iran from attaining nuclear weapons if all other strategies failed.
New Polls Show Perry Still Trailing Cain, Romney, GingrichIn one of the two polls Perry is in fifth place with eight percent, behind Texas congressman Ron Paul.
Perry's Damage Control Tour Lands On LettermanGov. Rick Perry, often the butt of jokes on Late Night with David Letterman, flew to New York to poke fun at himself Thursday night.
Cain Backs Off Perry Leak AccusationsThe finger-pointing by businessman Herman Cain against Governor Rick Perry has now ended.
Cain Blames Media, Perry For FurorHerman Cain is defending himself anew and -- without evidence -- blaming presidential rival Rick Perry's campaign of being behind the disclosure of years-old sexual harassment allegations against him.
Christian Talk Show Host Discusses GOP CandidatesThere's no separation between church and state in Janet Mefferd’s radio booth.
Perry Camp Denies Role In Cain Sex Harassment StoryGov. Rick Perry's presidential campaign is adamantly refuting the suggestion that it helped orchestrate a POLITICO story on past allegations of sexual harassment involving businessman Herman Cain.
New Perry Iowa Ad Touts Jobs Over Campaign PolishTrailing in a new Iowa poll, Republican Rick Perry says in a new ad running there that his jobs record is more important than the candidate's on-camera polish.
Twitter Use Varies Widely Among CandidatesTwitter is abuzz with presidential candidates this year, as a go-to hub for communication. But not all accounts in the Twittersphere are equal.
GOP Rivals Focus On Flat Taxes, Smaller GovernmentOn jobs and taxes, the top Republican presidential rivals are locked in a fierce game of one-upmanship. They're all trying to outdo each other in offering the boldest economic plan for the campaign to unseat President Barack Obama next November.