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Sen. Rand Paul said Friday he doesn't want to "create panic" over Ebola, but stood by his belief that the virus is more contagious that the government is letting on.
"I understand people in government not wanting to create panic, and I don't want to create panic, either. But I think it's also a mistake on the other side of the coin to underplay the risk of this," the Kentucky Republican told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. Full story
Sen. Paul on how GOP needs to help African Americans
He met with NAACP leaders in Ferguson, Missouri and tells Wolf Blitzer what Republicans should be doing. Read more
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.