Does the Trump administration think it can wage war in Iran without congressional approval? Mike Pompeo won't say.
Both the libertarian-leaning Republican and the democratic socialist want Trump to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria.
USA Today investigation finds that over 1 million men have faced the consequences of not applying to Jimmy Carter's sham draft.
The feds have allegedly abandoned the program. These four want to make sure it stays dead.
Politicizing transparency is not a way to help Americans understand Russia investigation.
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Rand Paul Fails Parents and Kids of Every Political Persuasion by Offering Weak Support for Vaccines
Paul says benefits outweigh risks, but he unfortunately didn't leave it at that.
The AFGHAN Service Act would bring U.S. troops home from Afghanistan and repeal the legal justification for much of the war on terror.
The Kentucky senator's opposition appears to be the critical 51st vote in opposition to the president's executive power grab.
There is no good justification for what the president is doing. Republicans and conservatives need to call him out on it.
Paul cited Barr's past support for warrantless surveillance. He's right to be worried.
The Senate is set to pass a new Middle East policy bill with overwhelming support.
When it comes to foreign policy and criminal justice reform, Paul claims that "it's not so much me pushing [Trump] in one direction as that we see eye-to-eye."
Such fear is a sign of an exhausted establishment that can't justify decades of expensive failure.
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Senate Republicans are torn between their hatred of voting on bills, their fear of poking the bear, and their love of confirming judges.
Plus: U.S. support for gay speakers rose as support for racist speakers diminished.
"It could very well be that the Crown Prince had knowledge of this tragic event-maybe he did and maybe he didn't!" Trump said earlier.
The new official story is "not even close to credible," says Paul, who is calling for an end to arms sales and military cooperation with the Saudis.
Libertarian haul is still dwarfed by the Democrat's, though a Rand Paul-friendly PAC is kicking in $2 million.
Paul has long opposed U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Technically he's been yelling it at all of us for years now.
Rand Paul betrays his civil libertarian principles when he calls for using junk science to ferret out disloyalty.
The "libertarianish" Republican becomes first major GOP figure to bypass his own party and back the Libertarian challenger to New Mexico's Democratic incumbent.
The Kentucky Republican is glad Trump stripped ex-CIA Director John Brennan of his security clearance. But Trump shouldn't stop there, Paul says.
"Diplomatic isolationists" who want to quash any dialog with Russia for partisan reasons are missing out on chances for progress on nuclear weapons and terrorism, the Senator believes.
"After meeting Judge Kavanaugh and reviewing his record, I have decided to support his nomination."
The Republican senator questions the record of the SCOTUS nominee.
"I didn't come to Washington to make friends."
This will have potentially serious consequences for those investigating election meddling.
Paul defends Trump's conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in the name of diplomacy.
The Kentucky Republican is worried about Kavanaugh's record on the Fourth Amendment.
If there wasn't enough reason to stop selling arms to the Saudis, a new report found that they were responsible for most of the child casualties in Yemen.
Rand Paul thanks U.S. Capitol Police for arresting a man who allegedly made disturbing threats against the senator and his family.
The Kentucky Republican was asked if Trump should nominate a justice who thinks "an unborn child with a beating heart is a person."
The Congressional Budget Office believes the plans can lead to 400,000 currently uninsured getting medical coverage.
June 12 was not a good day for free-market constitutionalism in the modern GOP.
Some pundits blamed the victim, but the attack that broke six of Paul's ribs was motivated by aesthetic rage, not some actual fault of Paul's.
Such binary thinking has gotten the United States into trouble in the past. It should be rejected now.
The proposed new Corker-Kaine AUMF would give even more power to the president to wage war against whoever he wants with Congress essentially powerless to curb him.
Even the suggestion that defense spending could be cut is enough to scare most Republicans away from a facing fiscal reality.
The Arizona senator goes out shooting against the Paul family, even as he and the Kentucky senator make common cause on Gina Haspel.
Do Republicans have the guts to impose strict spending caps?