After stepping into the birther issue over the weekend, Rick Perry tells CNBC on Tuesday, 'It's a good issue to keep alive.' Significant numbers of Americans still aren't sure where President Obama was born.
This week the GOP candidate beefed up campaign staff, releases a new TV ad in Iowa, and unveils an economic plan that features a flat tax. Is it enough for Rick Perry to climb back up in the polls?
What did Rick Perry mean by his comments to Parade Magazine about President Obama's birth certificate? Read what he said and decide for yourself.
After quitting en masse last week, the New Hampshire staff for Michele Bachmann has now released a memo that says the national team was 'rude, unprofessional, dishonest, and at times cruel.'
Rick Perry gets into the birther issue in a Parade Magazine interview, saying that Donald Trump questions the authenticity of the birth certificate that President Obama released.
Herman Cain is learning that off-the-cuff remarks and demonstrated ignorance – even from a candidate who touts his lack of political experience – goes only so far. For social conservatives, that means abortion.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has all but ignored New Hampshire, focusing on Iowa. As a result, her New Hampshire campaign staff reportedly has quit.
Ron Paul has jumped into the fray early as the first presidential candidate to start a major ad campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire. In Iowa in particular, it could have an impact.
Rick Perry is going to propose a flat tax plan soon. He’s said it’s going to be 'flatter and fairer' than Herman Cain’s signature '9-9-9' proposal, which has been hammered by his rivals.
Newt Gingrich seems to have resurrected his campaign with steady debate performances. He's saved his attacks for the Obama administration and avoided bickering with Romney and Perry.