The mother of Arizona Sen. John McCain, Roberta McCain, has died. She was 108. A spokesperson for her daughter-in-law Cindy McCain says Roberta McCain died Monday.
By Associated Press
More than two years have passed since the death of Arizona Sen. John McCain, but his legacy and influence are being felt during this election year. McCain’s widow, Cindy, recently endorsed Joe Biden for president. Mark Salter was a longtime…
During the president's visit to Japan, officials ordered the ship named for the late Sen. John McCain to be 'out of sight,' according to an email first reported by the Wall Street Journal.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
The president routinely takes full credit for the Veterans Choice Program, which was expanded last year but first signed into law in 2014.
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
Senators defied Trump's apparently unprovoked declaration that he's "not a fan" of McCain because he cast the deciding vote against the Republican repeal of national health care.
By Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
If Kelly is nominated, the race would pit a Navy veteran and astronaut against a trailblazing Air Force pilot in the contest to replace McCain, a legendary Navy flyer who was famously shot down and held captive.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Terry Tang, Associated Press
Rep. Martha McSally, a former air force colonel, lost to Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema in November after a bruising contest in which she contended Sinema committed "treason" by making anti-war remarks in 2003. Now, McSally will join the Senate the…
By Bob Christie, Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Kyl's decision means Gov. Doug Ducey, R-Arizona, will need to appoint another replacement lawmaker.
In our news wrap Tuesday, former Republican Sen. Jon Kyl will fill John McCain’s U.S. Senate seat in Arizona for now. Kyl says he will serve until January. Also, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama are under states of emergency as the…
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