Sen. Rand Paul announces the start of his presidential campaign as the audience cheers, April 7, 2015, at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Ky.
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Rand-om news quiz

In a big political week, Rand Paul announced his candidacy for president in 2016 while Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel won re-election. See how closely you paid attention:

See which themes Rand Paul hit in his campaign announcement speech.

Get the bizarre backstory on this guerrilla statue.

Find out more details on the “Mommy Blogger” sentencing.

“I am thankful that this phase of the trial has come to an end and am hopeful for a swift sentencing process,” Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said in a statement.

This was the first time since 1990 that Chicago had seen a mayoral runoff.

Let’s see if this top conservative endorses Clinton in the long run. 

“This community came out in record numbers to make sure our voices were heard,” said councilman-elect Wesley Bell. “When you have a community engaged, the sky is the limit.”

Police officer Michael Slager was filmed shooting Scott in the back eight times. Slager has been fired.

Memories Pizza made headlines for their comment in the wake of Indiana’s controversial religious freedom legislation being signed into law. 

The Democrat is differentiating from potential primary opponents by highlighting his/her opposition to the Bush administration’s decisions in the lead up to the Iraq war.

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