Rick Perry (inadvertently?) revises his list of the three federal agencies he would kill as President.
Monday marks one year since the governor announced he was running for president. What's happened since then?
The Governor's Gridiron Club speech in Washington, D.C. earned rave reviews. Writers, comedians, gay writers and gay comedians weigh in.
The governor discussed "Fast and Furious," the Texas DREAM Act, and his "vulture capitalist" critique of the Republican presidential nominee with CBS News's Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation.
The Governor referenced a satirical article about the "Occupy" movement, but it's unclear whether he knew the piece was a work of fiction.
A 5,000-word piece in Religious Dispatches details the “spiritual” war on abortion in Texas under Rick Perry’s watch.
The governor’s campaign just bought $1 million worth of advertising in the Hawkeye State. What commercials might Iowans expect to see?
Governor Perry ditches his boots (with one important exception), but he's still running hard on the campaign trail.
Perry's thirty-second radio ad aimed at wooing businesspeople will run in six Californian cities.
During a speech Monday, the governor laid out a five-point, budget-cutting pledge for no new taxes. But what was he really saying?