The Herman Cain campaign could be on the wane.
The Georgia businessman is expected to discuss the future of his candidacy with his wife back home in Atlanta today. Cain says that he will make a decision before Monday.
Alina Cho talks with CNN contributors Will Cain and Hilary Rosen to get their thoughts on how Cain should proceed.
Herman Cain's campaign could soon be nearing an end. The GOP presidential candidate continues to dogged by allegations of sexual harassment. Cain says that he'll decide whether to drop out of the race in the next several days.
Today on American Morning, Ken Blackwell, Executive Vice President of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies and friend of Herman Cain, explains to Carol Costello why Cain needs to exit the race now.
GOP candidate Herman Cain is "reassessing" whether to continue his 2012 presidential run.
His campaign has been rocked by a new sex scandal. Ginger White, an Atlanta woman, claims she had a 13-year-long affair with Cain. He denies it.
So will he stay or will he go?
This morning on American Morning, Carol Costello talks with Republican analyst Leslie Sanchez and CNN contributor Ruben Navarette on where Cain's campaign goes from here.
An Atlanta businesswoman is accusing GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain of having had an affair with her that lasted nearly 14 years.
"I was aware that he was married, and I was also aware that I was involved in a very inappropriate situation - relationship," Ginger White told Atlanta television station WAGA. But in an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN's "The Situation Room" Monday, Cain said he knew White as an acquaintance, but flatly denied that they had an affair.
Christine Romans talks with conservative commentator Tara Wall and Republican Strategist Karen Hanretty to about if these newest allegations could effectively end Cain's campaign.
Last night, eight Republican candidates for President took the stage at CNN's National Security Debate, and they can't seem to agree on a common approach.
In the middle of the firestorm last night, moderating the 11th GOP debate of the 2012 presidential campaign was CNN's own Wolf Blitzer. He joined Carol Costello and Alina Cho live this morning on American Morning to talk about his takeaways last night and to respond to one of the lighter moments of the night: When Herman Cain called him "Blitz" in the middle of an answer.
The eight GOP presidential hopefuls squared off once again in last night's CNN National Security Debate.
The candidates tackled questions on tough foreign policy issues confronting the United States, including the war in Afghanistan, aid to Pakistan and cuts in defense spending. This was the 11th major showdown between the Republican candidates, and the first in which Newt Gingirch came in as the frontrunner.
Alina Cho talks with Larry Arnn and Caroline Elliot, two undecided voters who attended the debate to see if last night helped them clarify their choice for the GOP nomination.