Rick Perry certainly has the money and the organization. But he hasn't made headway in the polls and is even struggling in the state he governs.
Allegations that Herman Cain acted inappropriately toward two female employees in the 1990s are just emerging, and the details could be key. But the allegations will test the Cain campaign.
Well, yes. But not really. Rick Perry may well be right that, by historical measures, there are too many debates. But in this YouTube world, debates might be more crucial than ever.
The Herman Cain campaign has raked in at least $3 million in October, says chief of staff Mark Block. That bests Cain's fundraising tally for the entire third quarter of 2011.
The Rick Perry campaign has said that Perry might not attend all seven Republican presidential debates between now and the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses. That could have a domino effect.
Michael Oren, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, said Tuesday that the trade which secured Gilad Shalit’s release 'goes to the heart of Israeli society'.
In a Herman Cain Web ad on YouTube, his chief of staff, Mark Block, speaks urgently to the camera before taking a drag on a cigarette. Is there anything to this other than just being provocative?
Rick Perry follows Herman Cain in proposing a flat tax. Ron Paul has endorsed the idea before, too. But the hot new idea among GOP presidential candidates is as old as the Civil War.
Michael Oren, Israel's ambassador to the US, said Tuesday it will take more time to know how the democratic uprisings in Arab nations will affect relations with Israel. But 'possible ouster' of President Assad in Syria would afford 'an opportunity to us,' he said.
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?