The former rival's statement, delivered in a long email late at night, suggests his support for the presumptive nominee is tepid.
Damage control kicks in after Republican briefing goes way off message.
GOP boasts plenty of women and minorities, but most are relative newcomers.
The family asks for privacy and prayers for the three-year-old, who suffers from a rare disorder.
The fifth-place Iowa finisher still sees room for a conservative candidate, and he thinks has a chance to turn things around in the Palmetto State.
Questions on fracking and Don't Ask, Don't Tell spark arguments at a campaign event
At a campaign event Perry says he won't get caught in the other candidates' crossfire, but then proceeds to swipe at them
Under his new economic plan, the Texas governor would let Americans opt into a 20-percent rate
The Texas governor will release a full economic plan next week, but in the meantime he wants to replace America's federal income rates
On Friday, the Texas governor will unveil a set of proposals to spur economic growth by rolling back regulations and promoting U.S. oil production
As the president looks for partners in business, Andrew Liveris has emerged as a champion of government helping the private sector
Washington's latest crisis is over, as the president signs into law a bill to raise the debt ceiling and avoid default
After John Boehner breaks off debt-limit talks with the White House, the president laments the death of a potential compromise
The president said that the only deal he would reject was a short-term one, and promised daily meetings until there's an agreement
Dan Pfeiffer was subjected to some tough questioning by liberal online activists in Minneapolis
Obama and the GOP conference held a frank discussion made but no real progress in negotiations over spending and the federal debt limit
Weather prevents the plane's first attempt, but the president touches down safely after circling a runway in Connecticut
Days after Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden, the president lays a wreath at the site of the 9/11 attacks but does not make a speech
As a senator, President Obama voted against raising the limit. Since then, the White House has offered conflicting explanations.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney won't speculate on whether the U.S. would facilitate Qaddafi's departure