The Beautiful Ones
Senators Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) and Cory Booker (D-New Jersey) have something else in common besides an interest in reforming the criminal justice system. The pair made The Hill political newspaper's 2014 "50 Most Beautiful People" list, with Rand coming ninth and Booker at 44th.
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