Yep. He's still running for president. Here's the latest news from the campaign trail.
Derek Gene Woodrow, of South Carolina, attacked his nephew with a frying pan and an umbrella for refusing to turn off the depressing post-game broadcast.
Or is he helping national frontrunner Mitt Romney by dividing the conservative base?
Rick Perry, clad in running gear, proves that running a presidential campaign is a marathon, not a sprint.
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.
The governor gets good grades for his performance in Saturday’s foreign policy debate despite questions about Israel policy, and the Dallas Morning News profiles the Perry marriage.
The governor is "not a factor," according to the American Research Group president.
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…
Farmers in the Rio Grande Valley are reeling from last year’s crop disaster—and they don’t cotton to agriculture commissioner Rick Perry’s excuses.