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In the final hours before the Iowa caucuses, Rand Paul is trying to reignite the movement that his father built.

"It was done, I think, because even though Iran is a country with very limited freedom, we were willing to negotiate," GOP presidential candidate said at town hall in New Hampshire.

Perry, Carson and Paul take the stage at AFP

In a sea of Guatemalan patients, Sen. Rand Paul also encountered a few Americans desperately seeking free medical care.

Never before has a U.S. senator and potential future presidential candidate traveled so elaborately to a third world country as part of a medical mission.

Sen. Rand Paul faults "big government" for an over-militarized police, citing the reaction to protestors in Ferguson

The libertarian senator delivers a bi-partisan speech to National Urban League.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is due to give a speech Friday to the National Urban League in Cincinnati, in a new attempt to reach out beyond the GOP’s core base to appeal to African American voters. Paul's speech will reportedly focus on education and criminal justice — both of which may be key issues in […]

Paul aims to prevent American troops from being deployed to Iraq again without Congress re-authorizing it.

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