Ever since a photo of Gov. Rick Perry with a hand on U.S. Rep. Ron Paul's arm and a finger in his face emerged after the GOP debate, the media and even Paul's supporters have been aflutter. Paul has revealed what really happened.
Yes, we know Rick Perry isn't a declared candidate for president — yet. But on the theory that it's better to be prepared than not, we've created a one-stop, curated home for data and information on all things Perry. It's called Perrypedia.
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The Texas Forensic Science Commission has released its draft report on the Cameron Todd Willingham case without ruling on the central question before it — whether fire investigators were negligent or committed professional misconduct.