Wolf Blitzer delivers the most important breaking news and political, international, and national security stories of the day. Tune to The Situation Room weekdays 5-6:30pm ET on CNN.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, joins Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama administration in their fight to help ex-convicts win back their voting rights.
Sen. Rand Paul responds to critics who say his lawsuit against the NSA is designed solely to bolster the Tea Party.
Senator Rand Paul tells Wolf Blitzer that a recommended overhaul of NSA data collection doesn't go far enough.
Sen. Rand Paul was among the 36 who said no to the budget passed by the Senate. He explains his vote to Wolf Blitzer.
Sen. Rand Paul admits he made mistakes in speeches and a book but says he never meant to deceive or misrepresent anyone.
Sen. Rand Paul faces allegations of plagiarism in speeches and in his book "Government Bullies." Brian Todd reports.
Sen. Mitch McConnell is the only Congressional leader who has not spoken out in support of Pres. Obama's strikes on Syria. Is it because he faces a Tea Party challenger in the primary ahead of his 2014 re-election campaign? CNN's John King takes a look at the senator's strategy.
Former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul discusses the future of the GOP with Wolf Blitzer, saying that he wouldn't support Chris Christie if he was the nominee and that his son Sen. Rand Paul is "certainly capable" to be commander-in-chief.
(CNN) – Republican Rep. Peter King of New York fired back at Sen. Rand Paul, who accused him of being part of a Republican wing that’s “all for blowing up stuff, but not too concerned with fiscal responsibility.”
The longtime congressman from Long Island argued Paul and his libertarian-leaning views on foreign policy were making “America the enemy.”
“I'm afraid that's what Senator Paul is going to do with us,” King said on CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.” “He wants to retreat from the world. He wants to isolate ourselves, go back to a fortress America.”
RELATED VIDEO: Fighting for the GOP's heart and soul?
(CNN) – The feuding between Republicans Chris Christie and Rand Paul continued Tuesday as the senator from Kentucky cautioned the governor from New Jersey was picking a fight with the wrong guy.
In an interview to air on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer," Paul defended himself against Christie's most recent allegations that the senator was bringing home too much money for his state.
"This is the king of bacon talking about bacon," Paul said about Christie. Both are considered potential 2016 contenders for the Republican presidential nomination.