The Huffington Post
How Rand Paul may owe his presidential bid to Hall of Fame journalist Mark Hebert
If Senator Rand Paul becomes President Rand Paul in 2017, he may have Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame inductee Mark Hebert to thank.
Analysis: Early gaffes show McConnell campaign rust
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's election campaigns have had a reputation as tightly run and controlled.
Former Kenton judge-execs endorse KnochelmannFormer Kenton...
The Republican primary for Kenton County judge-executive is shaping up to be the hottest race of the political season in Northern Kentucky.
Fight brewing in General Assembly over Brent Spence Bridge moneyFight ...
The $37 million for design of the Brent Spence Bridge project could spark a fight between the Republican-controlled Senate and Democratic-controlled House in Kentucky.
Congress won't ride to rescue on Brent Spencea
As Kentucky leaders continue to tussle over how to pay the $2.6 billion price tag for replacing the outdated Brent Spence Bridge, some clearly hope Congress will come to the rescue.
The Daily Beast
Can Jesse Benton Unite the GOP?By Sam Youngman
He helped Ron and Rand Paul tear down the Republican establishment. Then the 'sellout' went to work for Mitch McConnell.