Tue, Dec 20 2011
WASHINGTON - Presidential candidate Mitt Romney unloaded on rival Republican Newt Gingrich on Tuesday on a liberal television network, comparing him to former candidate Herman Cain and others who have led the field briefly before flaming out.
Thu, Dec 8 2011
WASHINGTON - The campaign trail did not end at the White House for Herman Cain, but it might yet lead him to a pot of gold.
Mon, Dec 5 2011
WASHINGTON - Former pizza magnate Herman Cain will not endorse former rival Newt Gingrich for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination on Monday, contrary to a media report, a spokesman for Gingrich's campaign said.
Sat, Dec 3 2011
ATLANTA - Former pizza magnate Herman Cain dropped out of the presidential race on Saturday after accusations of sexual misconduct overwhelmed his bid to win the Republican nomination as an anti-Washington tax reformer. | Video
URBANDALE, Iowa - Republican White House hopeful Herman Cain's decision to pull out of the presidential race on Saturday brought Iowa resident Patti Spencer Burdette to tears.
NEW YORK - Newt Gingrich waged a charm offensive at a Tea Party gathering on Saturday, hoping to pick up support from conservative voters after fellow candidate Herman Cain suspended his presidential campaign.
WASHINGTON - Former pizza magnate Herman Cain's bid for the White House was an unconventional long shot from the start, but behind the colorful Cain Train a dysfunctional team has always been on the verge of running off the tracks.
Thu, Dec 1 2011
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain, battling allegations of infidelity, said on Wednesday he would decide whether to continue his campaign after a face-to-face talk with his wife. | Video
CHICAGO - Sharon Bialek, the first woman to go public with sexual harassment accusations against U.S. Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, faces eviction from her rented home but refuses to sell her story. | Video
Wed, Nov 30 2011
WASHINGTON - Herman Cain's departure from the presidential campaign would do little to change the 2012 primary race, as his support would be carved up among the Republican field, an analysis of Reuters/Ipsos poll data said on Wednesday.
These days Washington is not known for bipartisanship, but every now and then a breakthrough is made. It is noteworthy that Vice President Joe Biden, a Democrat, and Senator John McCain, a Republican, are appearing together at a forum in Sedona, Arizona on Friday.