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Sen. Rand Paul Returns To Washington Following Assault

Nov 13, 2017
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Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said Monday he is returning to Washington following an attack in his yard that left him with six broken ribs.

Senate Heads Toward Showdown Vote On Saudi Weapons Sale

Jun 13, 2017
Associated Press

The Senate headed toward a showdown vote over President Donald Trump's proposed weapons sale to Saudi Arabia that, if successful, would be a rebuke of one of the new administration's most prominent successes.

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Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates are both bad-mouthing Washington as they tour the state's largest media markets on the eve of the general election.

Senate Candidates Clash Over Backgrounds, Philosophy

Oct 31, 2016
Josh James / WUKY

It was a battle over records Monday night as both Sen. Rand Paul and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray each made their case to voters.

Associated Press

With less than six weeks remaining before Kentucky voters make their way to the polls, Senate candidates Rand Paul and Jim Gray have yet to debate. And the Democratic challenger has been working to make the incumbent’s still-unconfirmed schedule into a campaign issue.

Josh James / WUKY

Lexington Mayor and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray is looking to the business community for support in his bid to unseat freshmen Republican Sen. Rand Paul in the fall.

AP Photo/Stephen Lance Dennee

Kentucky politicians are gearing up for a round of verbal jousting at the state’s annual Fancy Farm picnic.

Karyn Czar / Josh James / WUKY

Politicians were lining up this week tout a $14 million federal grant for Lexington’s Town Branch Trail project, but they don’t necessarily see eye-to-eye on who deserves the credit.

Josh James / WUKY

U.S. Senate candidates Jim Gray and Rand Paul are offering two different approaches to fixing Medicare. The divide was evident Friday during a Gray roundtable at a senior living community in Lexington.

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

In a rare show of bipartisan cooperation, Congress approved a sweeping federal overhaul of chemical safety laws this week. But one lawmaker not cheering is Kentucky’s junior senator, Rand Paul.