1. I’m Gonna Git You, Soccer The intense rivalry between the two North American powerhouses of men’s soccer, the United States and Mexico, will be renewed September 10 in Columbus, Ohio, in a crucial qualifying match for next summer’s World Cup. After years of struggle against its more established opponent,
Ron Paul and Cecile Richards were named among the most influential people in the world.
The governor's infamous debate gaffe topped Politico's list of "The 50 Craziest Quotes of the 2012 Campaign."
The Paul campaign says it is "hoarding cash" for Texas and California, and still has a "fighting chance" to win the nomination. Really?
On the day of the Illinois primary, the Paul visits the Tonight Show's Burbank studios where he hones his television skills as the lead guest.
In a New Yorker profile of Paul, the congressman forgot why he wanted to impeach Judge William Wayne Justice.
Ron Paul as a Romney-appointed chairman of the Federal Reserve? Rand Paul as a running mate? Don't laugh. Politics has made stranger bedfellows.
Having basically abstained from Florida, the Paul campaign is ready for Nevada, which has 28 delegates up for grabs.
A Public Policy Polling survey shows that the governor would lose to Mitt Romney in his own state’s GOP presidential primary, most SMU fans wouldn't vote for Craig James, and Newt Gingrich polls well with Aggies.
Nevada brothel owner Dennis Hof and his working girls are “pimpin” for the dark-horse Republican presidential candidate.
The San Antonio paper weighs in now due to uncertainty over Texas primary date and spurns Congressman Ron Paul and Governor Rick Perry.
Dennis Rodman starts a topless women's basketball team, Jamie Foxx fights another scandal, and Deion Sanders gets a dose of "real talk."
Asked by Nightline co-host Terry Moran, “Do you see yourself in the Oval Office?” the Republican presidential candidate replied, “Not really.”
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 Republican presidential candidate—now leading in Iowa, according to one poll—gets fifteen minutes on the late-night talk show.
The road goes on forever and the campaign never ends . . . even if you're technically "retired."
Yep, he’s still running for President. Here’s the latest news from the campaign trail.