Rep. Ron Paul tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that he believes there is more al Qaeda in Egypt now than prior to the rebellion.
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In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Republican Rep. Ron Paul discussed Mitt Romney and the Republican National Convention.
Paul admitted that Mitt Romney has the delegates to win the nomination but said he "doesn't have the control of the hearts and the minds of the people." When asked if he's ready to follow in his son Sen. Rand Paul's footsteps and endorse Romney, Paul replied "no way."
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The man behind the "Jungle Bird" call during the U.S. Open ceremony sits down with Jeanne Moos to explain why he did it.
Ex-Rep. Artur Davis explains to CNN's Wolf Blitzer why he left the Democratic Party and plans to vote for Mitt Romney.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on President Obama's loss of support among Wall Street titans.
Sen. John McCain talks with CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the exploding conflict in Syria.
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Filmed with infrared cameras, a highly secretive unmanned Air Force space plane lands after more than a year in orbit.