According to a new e-book, "it became an open secret that he was using painkillers in sufficient dosages to keep him standing through the two-hour debates."
Texas's most viable Republican presidential candidate finishes behind Mitt Romney in the nation's second primary caucus.
Yep. He's still running for president. Here's the latest news from the campaign trail.
The San Antonio paper weighs in now due to uncertainty over Texas primary date and spurns Congressman Ron Paul and Governor Rick Perry.
After Ron Paul sends a snarky tweet about Jon Huntsman's poor showing in Iowa, Huntsman takes a jab at Paul on Piers Morgan.
Or is he helping national frontrunner Mitt Romney by dividing the conservative base?
Rick Perry's fifth-place finish leaves the governor reeling, while Ron Paul's campaign stays on track with his third-place showing.
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.
Yep, he’s still running for President. The latest news from the campaign trail.
Rick Perry’s debate performance last night was the latest in a string of gaffes caught on tape. Perry’s campaign, we hardly knew thee: a video retrospective.
The Governor referenced a satirical article about the "Occupy" movement, but it's unclear whether he knew the piece was a work of fiction.
Jon Stewart has a jolly time reenacting Rick Perry's "Cornerstone" New Hampshire speech.
New Hampshire speech goes viral, prompting mixed reactions ranging from speculation about drunkenness to "approachable and warm."
Never mind the pin-up calendar: Ron Paul’s new campaign video lands body blows on presidential primary opponent Newt Gingrich.
Speaking at a college in New Hampshire, the governor doesn’t seem to know the legal voting age. Or Election Day. Oops.
The governor may have taken a break from the campaign trail for Thanksgiving, but that didn’t stop the campaign press corps.
Buoyed by a strong showing in two polls, the "other" Texas presidential candidate finally catches the eye of the Perry-fatigued media.
Just about everybody thinks it is going to be Saturday, but I wouldn’t count on it. The Perry team has been playing the game very shrewdly, stretching out the time until he commits. I suspect that when he goes to South Carolina and New Hampshire on Saturday, he will continue