The candidate has a ready-made base at Iowa’s Maharishi University.
The lightning-rod activist brings the candidate on board with the movement to end federal control of western land.
Now that he’s sided with Obama in King v. Burwell, and ahead of another potential Supreme Court win for Obama on gay marriage, Roberts is losing the confidence of the right.
James Adomian, who previously nailed a dopey version of George W. Bush, has a surprisingly sympathetic—and absurdly funny—take on the Vermont senator running for president.
His approach to tainted campaign contributions differ from his father's.
What is the Concerned American Voters, and where does it fit into the pro-Paul landscape?
Government can't solve the problem, the Republican presidential contender tells a conservative audience.
Was the Charleston shooting suspect fomenting racial hate on Facebook?
The senator takes on another uphill battle.
The Kentucky senator continues to speak out about criminal justice reform.
The country has shifted dramatically over the past 30 years, making the lessons of past presidential contests less relevant.
Audiences and experts disagree about what the Republican presidential candidate has been able to do.
Senator John Thune had an unusual analysis of why the Affordable Care Act is “bad for the American people.”
Saturday's rally in Keene, New Hampshire, showed how much enthusiasm the Vermont senator is generating on the campaign trail.
The battle for the protest vote in New Hampshire.
The young black man, who committed suicide on Saturday, had been a mainstay in the senator's speeches to conservatives about criminal-justice issues.
The Kentucky senator's libertarian streak makes him reluctant to condemn Obama policies.
Some rare common ground with a Democratic foe.
The calls for Republicans to fight back against the Caitlyn Jenner sensation.
The former governor tries to thread the needle.
An injured veteran who credits the former Texas governor with helping him recover hits the campaign trail.
The Democratic candidate goes big on big government in a visit to the "Harvard of the Hood" in the nation's capital.
Lincoln Chafee Talks Peace with Islamic State, Forgiveness for Edward Snowden, and the Metric System for All
The former Republican-turned-independent-turned-Democrat laid out the themes of his presidential campaign on Wednesday.
Never trust a Vine.
Surveillance hawks try to gaslight privacy campaigners.
Looking back at a typically mishandled media outrage.
The small victories of the progressive campaign to lure the Massachusetts senator in the race may end up benefiting one from Vermont.
The fourth GOP contest will be an activist affair.
The victory lap begins before defeat becomes official.
And conspiracy theorists crash his big announcement.
As Republican leaders try to weaken the bill, Paul wants to put it on steroids.
The South Carolina senator kicked off his campaign Monday in small-town fashion.
He combines the candor of a dark-horse candidate with the media profile of a front-runner.
The Patriot Act is dead, for a few hours.
The Kentucky senator's allies in the House are ready to block the bill with him.
The senator rallies across South Carolina and pledges to block the law.
Civil liberties groups are starting to ask the Republican presidential candidate and senator to filibuster the whole thing.
Just one more discovery in the search for “as many Christies as possible.”
The first ad this cycle from America’s Liberty PAC is a doozy.
The Kentucky senator's political rivals have pounced.
The Vermont senator whips up the populist excitement.
The populist candidate hit the Koch brothers and Wall Street in a speech in Burlington, Vermont, on Tuesday.
Progressives, meet your right-wing best friends.
How a long-shot 2016 hopeful learned to distrust the NSA.
Some 2016 rivals say he's jeopardizing national security.
The sort of intra-Washington chicanery that is not <em>scandalous,</em> but not often revealed.
The “NSA spy blocker” at a discount, for a cause.
The whistleblower praises the senator from afar.
Excluded from Previous Presidential Debates, a Democrat and a Republican Offer Ways for the Parties to Fix Them
Gary Johnson and Dennis Kucinich have ideas for making the debates include people likewell, them.
The Kentucky senator was joined by three Republicans and seven Democrats.
The presidential candidate starts speaking, but is he prepared to wreck his colleagues' holiday weekend?
Matt Bevin returns, as the early leader in a messy Republican primary.
The Democratic frontrunner has called for felon voting rights for 10 years.
The senator finds some common ground with Jeb Bush.
The city's vote has kept the state firmly Democratic in presidential elections; the senator says he can change that.
An aggressive turn gets results, again and again.
His views already are well reflected in a GOP field that has been unanimous in calling for a more unilateral, robust style of leadership than President Obama represents.
From John Bolton to Rand Paul, a series of superior answers.
The senator rallies progressives after beating the Obama administration.
Why the trade war now has a face.