The campaign emailed supporters last night asking, " So, what agency would you most like to forget?"
In one of the most painful debate moments all year, the Texas governor could not recall, even with prompting, what agency he wanted to eliminate
His remarks came at the Americans for Prosperity Defending the American Dream conference in Washington, D.C., Friday
Closing out his remarks at the National Press Club today, the Republican presidential candidate sang "He Looked Beyond My Fault And Saw My Need"
The majority of Americans -- including two-thirds of American women -- think their pasts would preclude them from ever seeking election
A first wave of takes on the right is comparing Herman Cain with Clarence Thomas
In a speech to New Hampshire Republicans Friday, the Texas governor ended with the Democrat's 2004 campaign slogan
SlateV imagines an even more libertarian version of the viral video showing Cain's campaign manager lighting up
Why is it a good idea to give the wealthy hundreds of thousands or even millions more? "I don't care about that," said Perry.
A web ad from the Tea Party favorite's team serves as a reminder that Cain used to lead a lobbying group that fought tobacco rules
Asked about the birth certificate released by President Obama, the Texas governor said he didn't know if it was real
"Today I can report that, as promised, the rest of our troops will come home by the end of the year. After nearly nine years, America's war in Iraq will be over."
The ranks of teachers and firefighters have been thinned by state budget cuts, while the private sector is "doing just fine," he said
Rick Perry and Mitt Romney really mixed it up during the Republican debate in Las Vegas. How hostile was it?
Can Perry recover? Can anyone put a dent in Romney? And what new attacks will the other candidates unleash?
The speaker accused Obama of campaigning for reelection, not governing
The director of the White House's domestic policy council defended how her boss's effort to breakthrough legislative gridlock