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  • Can Rick Perry play 'oops' for laughs?

    Can Rick Perry play 'oops' for laughs?
    Can Rick Perry laugh his way back into contention? His campaign seems to think it can't hurt, adding a pair of comedy shows to his itinerary as part of a sudden media blitz aimed at minimizing the damage from his 53-second debate lapse. On Thursday...
  • Differences on foreign threats emerge in GOP debate

    Differences on foreign threats emerge in GOP debate
    Republican presidential contenders jousted over Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Middle East on Tuesday night in a tense national security debate that laid out sharply contrasting views on how to keep America safe from attack. Candidates raised the...
  • In New Hampshire, Herman Cain vows 'it ain't over yet'

    In New Hampshire, Herman Cain vows 'it ain't over yet'
    Stridently denying allegations of an extramarital affair, Herman Cain returned to New Hampshire on Wednesday night telling supporters he was a victim of character assassination and would make a decision about whether to stay in the race within a few...
  • It's closing argument time in Iowa Republican debate

    It's closing argument time in Iowa Republican debate
    Tonight's presidential debate in Iowa -- the last such meeting before the first votes are cast in the GOP nominating race -- may be the best chance the candidates get to make a convincing closing argument to voters. After the event, broadcast on the...
  • How Herman Cain's train went off the rails

    When you look at the calendar, the dizzying ride of the Cain Train basically lasted just over two months. It only felt much, much longer. Herman Cain bolted into the national political conversation with his surprising win at a straw poll among Florida's...
  • Herman Cain says he'd like to be secretary of Defense

    Herman Cain says he'd like to be secretary of Defense
    Herman Cain is no longer running for president. He doesn't think he's likely to be picked as the eventual nominee's running mate, either. But he does have a Cabinet post in mind should the GOP win the White House next fall: secretary of Defense. Cain...
  • On 'Saturday Night Live,' Newt Gingrich is moon president [Video]

    On 'Saturday Night Live,' Newt Gingrich is moon president [Video]
    As Newt Gingrich was holding a news conference in Las Vegas on Saturday night to discuss the way forward for his campaign after another Mitt Romney victory, an alternate reality was playing out on the eighth-floor stage of "Saturday Night Live," a...
  • Defiant Herman Cain calls accuser 'Woman Number Four'

    Defiant Herman Cain calls accuser 'Woman Number Four'
    After vowing that he was no longer going to address the burgeoning sexual misconduct scandal that has clouded his prospects for the presidency, Herman Cain now appears set to keep talking and talking about it. “When I made the statement I’...
  • Poll: Herman Cain weathering storm, still among GOP leaders

    Does Herman Cain have nine lives? His "9-9-9" plan was sharply criticized in the last GOP debate; his foreign policy statements are increasingly raising eyebrows. And of course, he's at the center of a media firestorm over the revelation of sexual...
  • Mitt Romney cruises to victory in Nevada caucuses

    Mitt Romney cruises to victory in Nevada caucuses
    Mitt Romney romped to a commanding victory Saturday in Nevada's Republican presidential caucuses, posting a second consecutive win and laying an impressive marker in a battleground state both parties will vigorously contest in November. The strong...
  • At Family Leader forum, a more personal look at GOP hopefuls

    At Family Leader forum, a more personal look at GOP hopefuls
    A gathering of GOP presidential candidates on Saturday was unlike any other this year, when instead of finger-pointing and slashing at one another's records, they told deeply personal tales about faith, family and failures that left half of the six...