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The USA Freedom Act, a measure extending some elements of the controversial PATRIOT Act while ending bulk collection of phone data, passed Tuesday night without the support of Kentucky’s two leading Republicans. But Sens. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul cast their no votes for very different reasons.

Rand Paul's Son Pleads Guilty To DUI In Kentucky

May 12, 2015
AP

The son of U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.

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Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul made the jump to presidential candidate last week – and now he’s making the leap to the comic book page.

AP

Republican Party leaders in Kentucky are sounding optimistic about Rand Paul’s odds in the GOP presidential primary – even though questions remain about how the candidate will appear on ballots in the Commonwealth.

AP

And then there were two. U.S. Sen. Rand Paul became the second high-profile Republican to enter the 2016 presidential race Tuesday.

Associated Press

If there were any doubts remaining that Rand Paul wouldn’t be throwing his hat into the presidential ring, Kentucky’s junior senator put those to rest Tuesday. Josh James spoke with supporters at the campaign roll-out event, which is currently underway in Louisville.

Poised to make his 2016 presidential run official Tuesday in Louisville, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul rolled out the carpet early this week with a video dubbed “A Different Kind of Republican.”

Paul To Clinton: Return Foreign Government Money

Mar 20, 2015
AP

Likely Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul is calling on Hillary Clinton to return donations several foreign governments made to her family's philanthropic foundation.

GOP Mulls Military Voters With 2016 Caucus For Rand Paul

Mar 6, 2015
Associated Press

One potential roadblock for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul's quest to create a 2016 presidential caucus in Kentucky could be military voters and their ability to vote for the next commander in chief.

Josh James / WUKY

In addition to the official Republican and Tea Party responses, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul posted his own reaction to President Obama’s State of the Union Address online Tuesday.

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