“I think the American people are really going to be pushing back on this."
Pundits are ready to crown winners and losers in June, and they think voters are, too.
“We are a resilient country — we will make it through the Obama years," Perry said.
Both parties' lineups feature one-time presidential nomination hopefuls taking another shot.
Perry said he would hold big banks accountable if elected president.
“This is going to be a ‘show me, don’t tell me’ election,” Perry said in Iowa.
The former governor hopes to revive his fortunes after a disastrous 2012 bid.
The former Texas governor will launch his second White House bid on Thursday.
"I am at peace with whatever he does," Anita Perry said of her husband's 2016 decision.
Fresh off his charity boxing match and in the news, is Romney once again the GOP's best hope?
Perry is widely expected to announce he's running for president again.
Where the White House hopefuls stand with three months until the first debate.
“The lid can be put back on. The lid should never have been taken off,” he said.
“What is wrong is Washington bailing out companies that make bad decisions,” he said.
An aide said the 2016 contender misspoke and meant to say "incident."
Seven potential candidates have state records to boast about, or to defend.
Perry called Hillary Clinton's criticism "outside the norm of ridiculous."
Gov. John Kasich criticized the lawsuits as “demagoguery” given that other states allow far fewer...
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson stand...
He may be behind in polls, but this presidential campaign can erase memories of his last one.
Carson took more than a quarter of the vote at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference.
Eleven official or rumored White House hopefuls took turns slamming the president Saturday.
Some insights from a New Hampshire event.
The former Texas governor emphasized his rural roots and opposition to illegal immigration.