Do appearances matter? Sometimes. In the 1960 John F. Kennedy-Richard Nixon debate, those who watched on TV said Kennedy won. Those who heard it on the radio, said Nixon won, according to one study. Sen. John Edwards' $400 haircuts became campaign fodder in 2007, as did a $2,500 coiffure bill among Hillary Clinton's campaign expenses in 2008. What do you think, did these US politicians get their money's worth – and can you identify them?
Rick Perry is touting domestic energy production as a way to kick-start the US economy. His hope may be to match Herman Cain's '9-9-9' tax plan for voter appeal – and revive his presidential campaign.
Election 2012 voters in New Hampshire might have to shop for holiday gifts and presidential candidates at the same time. The state is considering a Dec. 6 primary to maintain its first-in-the-nation status.
Herman Cain stands a decent chance of hanging around at the head of the GOP presidential pack for the foreseeable future, emerging as the alternative to Mitt Romney. Here's why.
Herman Cain has made his 9-9-9 tax plan the centerpiece of his GOP presidential campaign. But is it politically unpalatable to conservatives, damaging Cain’s White House hopes?
The GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire Tuesday was all about the 9-9-9 plan by Herman Cain. For Rick Perry, who needs to turn his campaign around, that was bad news.
Riding a wave of good feeling among GOP voters, Herman Cain is now virtually tied with ex-Gov. Mitt Romney at the top of the Republican rankings, according to recent polls.