Julián Castro makes his first trip to the Indianola steak fry.
Jon Stewart commends Perry's enthusiasm in the face of failure and compares Ron Paul's supporters to Jimmy Buffett fans.
Or is he helping national frontrunner Mitt Romney by dividing the conservative base?
The Twitterverse reacts to Rick Perry's fifth-place Iowa caucus finish and his first-ever concession speech.
Rick Perry's fifth-place finish leaves the governor reeling, while Ron Paul's campaign stays on track with his third-place showing.
Asked by Nightline co-host Terry Moran, “Do you see yourself in the Oval Office?” the Republican presidential candidate replied, “Not really.”
On August 25, pundits declared Rick Perry's to be the "inevitable" GOP candidate. Now he's polling fifth. Part two of the timeline chronicling how it got from there to here.
Part one of a timeline chronicling Governor Rick Perry's path to the White House: from promoting his book to his presidential campaign announcement.
The history of Ron Paul's position on his offensive newsletters is beginning to emerge as the media latches on to the scandal.
Anita Perry’s “American Story” ad for her husband’s presidential campaign includes a cameo by the governor that has been described as “catlike.”
In an interview with Politico, the governor eschews both country music and Texas performers like Willie, ZZ Top, and Ted Nugent, and admits that his favorite band is . . . The Who?
Politico published a behind-the-scenes, anonymously-sourced campaign obituary for Rick Perry. But isn’t a bit too soon?
An old scandal about Ron Paul's newsletters, which contain "racist, anti-gay and anti-Israel passages," has again reared its head as Paul surges in Iowa.
Despite his latest "oops" moment, Perry is picking up endorsements and rising in the polls.
The road goes on forever and the campaign never ends . . . even if you're technically "retired."
In Thursday’s GOP debate in Sioux City, Rick Perry scored one of the night’s most memorable lines when he compared himself to the often-underestimated Broncos quarterback.
The governor kicked off his fourteen-day, 44-city “Faith, Jobs and Freedom” bus tour in Iowa on Wednesday, leaving (at least) one Yankee pundit unimpressed.
The pioneering Daily Beast blogger supports Paul for the Republican nomination.
Rick Perry continues to focus his attention on Iowa, where he will launch a 42-city tour of the state.
If you’d have bet someone that Rick Perry would have a good debate in Iowa on Saturday, you’d be richer now.
The governor is drawing fire for also using politically correct holiday language.
The governor’s latest campaign ad, “Strong,” gets denounced across the Internet for stirring up the culture wars.
The governor’s campaign just bought $1 million worth of advertising in the Hawkeye State. What commercials might Iowans expect to see?
Yep, he’s still running for President. Here’s the latest news from the campaign trail.
Ron Paul may be enjoying a campaign surge, but he’s going to have a hard time winning over the Republican base.
Ron Paul’s talons were out over the weekend, slamming the decision to let billionaire mogul Donald Trump moderate the Newsmax debate in Iowa.
Rick Perry tries to pick up the pizza mogul’s supporters and enlists some powerful friends to help him campaign in Iowa. But is it enough?
The latest stories from the campaign trail, including the Los Anegeles Times on the Trans-Texas Corridor and the Dallas Morning News’s Wayne Slater on the governor’s move toward the right.
Governor Rick Perry’s comments about gay adoption Saturday also offered a glimpse at the way Twitter has become a fact-checking forum, and for some reporters, a place to start their first drafts.
The Texas Tech atmospheric climate scientist who wrote a chapter on climate change for Newt Gingrich's forthcoming book was shocked to learn the GOP hopeful had scrapped her contribution.
Glenn Beck and Joe Scarborough said if Newt Gringrich wins the nomination, they would rather vote for the Texas Congressman.
In his latest ad, Perry tries to convince voters that he won’t engage in the “politically correct” ballet danced in D.C.
People are definitely talking about the controversial “Strong” ad, which has Perry’s own team divided, but will its message get him votes in Iowa?
As the ranks of Republican candidates thin with Herman Cain’s decision to suspend his campaign, the remaining serious candidates are reduced to three: Romney, Gingrich, and Perry. No, I haven’t forgotten Ron Paul. I just dismiss him as a contender. He can get his share of the votes, but he…
Buoyed by a strong showing in two polls, the "other" Texas presidential candidate finally catches the eye of the Perry-fatigued media.
GOP Presidential race Gingrich 28 Cain 25 Romney 18 Perry 6 Bachman/Paul 5 Huntsman 3 * * * * Tweets by PPP about Perry: * 67% of voters nationally now view Rick Perry unfavorably- pretty amazing figure * Perry favorability is 34/48 with California GOP voters…getting towards being under water…
Fifty years ago, a plane carrying Buddy Holly crashed in a remote Iowa cornfield. This month, hundreds of fans will gather at the ballroom where he played his final show to sing, dance, and mourn the greatest rock star ever to come out of Texas.