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Topic - John Mccain
An anti-human trafficking bill championed by the wife of U.S. Sen. John McCain will now go to Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, also a vocal supporter of the bill.
Sen. John McCain of Arizona has dismissed the European Union's sanctions on Russia following the crisis in Ukraine as "almost a joke" during a tour of the Baltic countries.
The reliable, maneuverable, and yes, quite fabulous A-10 Thunderbolt has protected many in its close-air support role since it was introduced in 1975. Now the formidable Air Force gunship is getting a little protection of its own on Capitol Hill. Behold, now in flight, it's the unofficial A-10 Caucus, composed of squadron of Republicans and a single Democrat.
Sen. John McCain said Sunday the Obama administration has failed to give adequate support to Ukraine as it clashes with pro-Russian partisans near its eastern border.
In years past, the fact that Senate and House GOP leaders meandered their way to the Republican Main Street Partnership gathering this weekend in Florida's picturesque Amelia Island would hardly raise an eyebrow.
"My hero, Teddy Roosevelt, used to say, talk softly but carry a big stick. What you're doing is talking strongly and carrying a very small stick — in fact, a twig," McCain said to Kerry.
The Western-backed interim government in Kiev struggled to control mobs of pro-Moscow demonstrators in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, as congressional Republicans pressed the Obama administration to take more robust action to deter a Russian military invasion of the nation.
Delegate Barbara Comstock's congressional campaign attempted to stiff-arm reports Monday that she voted for Barack Obama in Virginia's 2008 Democratic primary by claiming it was part of a conservative bid to affect the Democratic presidential primaries six years ago.
The Obama administration's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has a new "catch and release" program. The Center for Immigration Studies this week put the lie to the administration claim that by sharply curtailing deportation of so-called "Dreamers," it could redeploy ICE resources to crack down harder on illegal aliens with criminal records.
Charles H. Keating Jr., the notorious financier who served prison time and was disgraced for his role in the costliest savings and loan failure of the 1980s, has died. He was 90.
What do you call a team that has managed to lose consistently for the last 26 years? You would call them the Republican Establishment.
The Obama administration is failing to seize on a rare strategic chance, presented by Russia's increasingly aggressive military posturing around Ukraine, to expand the U.S. missile defense footprint in Eastern Europe.
He is one of the headliners during a glittering GOP gathering that begins Thursday in Las Vegas. That would be a decidedly slimmer, more cheerful New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a featured speaker during the Republican Jewish Coalition's spring leadership meeting, staged at the swank Venetian Hotel and shepherded by billionaire and major party donor Sheldon Adelson.
U.S. penalties against a Russian bank and the Kremlin's inner circle have pinched Moscow, but their effectiveness is in doubt if the goal is to get President Vladimir Putin to roll back his forces from Crimea or prevent more land grabs.
A former president, a onetime Republican presidential nominee and perhaps a future White House candidate are gathering this weekend in Arizona for a meeting of college students who are tackling challenges around the world.
McCain warned of tougher sanctions against Russia if it did not cease fomenting unrest in the region, while Russian President Vladimir Putin urged Ukraine to end a blockade of Moldova's separatist province Trans-Dniester.
He said the administration "won't even share some intelligence with the Ukrainian government. I can tell you from my conversations with people in the government, they feel abandoned by us, and rightfully so. This is shameful."