A few weatlhy conservatives are helping to keep the campaigns of some candidates alive.
Seventeen Republican and five Democrats are running for president. So who drops out first?
"It was just time to move on," said Sam Clovis, who is weighing offers from other campaigns.
“We had a good fundraising week last week and we'll go forward with that,” Perry said.
The reported uptick comes after reports Perry stopped paying his campaign staff.
Perry added that while debates are important, candidates should be spending time with voters.
It was clear from the start that the moderators were out to make news and force mistakes rather...
Perry's campaign insists he said "Ronald Reagan."
Three of the 17 GOP candidates, including poll leader Donald Trump, are not participating.
"I don’t know what Donald Trump is paying attention to," Perry says.
Perry has far and away been Trump's most visible and vocal critic.
Trump has said Perry lacks the "brain power" to run for president.
Donald Trump’s latest hire for his GOP presidential campaign was a vocal critic of the billionaire...
Trump’s team hired prominent Iowa Republican Sam Clovis to be his campaign’s national co-chairman.
The survey finds Trump with 24 percent and Cruz with 16 percent.
Of the crowded 2016 GOP primary field, who will be the first to head for the exits?
Perry has struggled so far with his repeat White House bid.
You've probably read all about who "won" the debates, but here's who's most likely to succeed.
The Hill asked seven GOP pundits to weigh in with their winners.
Fiorina outlined an ambitious agenda for her first days in office if she became president.
Candidates like Chris Christie, John Kasich and Rick Perry are on the debate bubble.
Donald Trump, John Kasich, Rick Perry, Chris Christie and Ben Carson appear on shows this week.
"I have to deal with reality," said the former Texas governor.
Suddenly, with Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina, Republicans can be contenders.