With McCain’s statement on Twitter Monday, both of the state’s Republican senators oppose the legislation. Gov. Jan Brewer has until Friday to decide what to do with the bill. Update: Three state senators who voted for the bill are also urging Brewer to veto.
A Magnitsky Act-style bill would target those behind violence that has killed dozens of protesters in Ukraine. Updated with statement from McCain and Murphy.
Never one to miss a chance to take a dig at Vladimir Putin’s Russia, the senator came for the protests and stayed for Ukrainian rock legends Okean Elzy.
The Arizona congressional delegation asked the federal government to pay back the $465,000 it spent to open the Grand Canyon for five days during the shutdown.
They may be cute, but you’ll never guess who they grew up to be!
Strong words from the Arizona Senator.
“I believe you deserve a government that believes in you and answers to you,” Sen. John McCain wrote in an opinion column published Thursday.
Step one of the President’s newly announced plan to seek Congressional approval for military action in Syria was— of course — to talk to John McCain.
The unusual coalition includes neo-cons, libertarians, and anti-war Democrats.
The senators traveled to Egypt Monday to meet with leaders and discuss ways to restore order to the country. “If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck,” McCain said when asked to define the word “coup.”
“Russia has stabbed us in the back,” Schumer says.
Bipartisan Senate majority may want to move towards final passage, but House Republicans aren’t in any mood to take up massive immigration bill.
A national security expert listened in on the White House’s Syria call Thursday. Here are her takeaways. “We didn’t get any closer to a no-fly zone today.”
“Regrettable” if true, McCain spokesman says.
“Nothing like waking up to a poll saying you’re the nation’s least popular senator,” the Arizona Republican deadpanned on Facebook recently.
The Arizona Republican says immigration reform “won’t gain us a single Hispanic vote.” But it will at least put the GOP on a playing field.
Collins, Hagan, Landrieu and McCain to feel the love from Americans For Responsible Solutions.
“As far as I can tell, they’re doing everything that needs to be done,” McCain says of White House.
The administration inches toward action. “You and I have been talking to entirely different people,” McCain tells Ford.
Cindy McCain is joining the cast in a Phoenix production of “8,” Dustin Lance Black’s play dramatizing California’s Proposition 8 trial.
“Bottom line, we’re very close. I’d say we’re 90 percent there. We have a few little problems,” Sen. Schumer says.
Despite criticism from Republicans, DHS has “gotten what I believe to be very, very goods results from a security and a law enforcement perspective,” Napolitano says.
Hey, senators: 2002 is calling, and it wants its web designers back.
There haven’t been this many rookies in the Senate since 1981. What will it mean for the way Washington works?
A filibuster, plus friendly relationships with key Senate elders, has made Paul newly popular in Congress, where his father spent lonely decades as Dr. No. “
“To allege that … our government would drop a drone hellfire missile on Jane Fonda … that brings the conversation from a serious discussion about U.S. policy to the realm of the ridiculous.”
If you were a star in the ’90s or early aughts, you paid a visit to the TRL photo booth.
Even Lindsey Graham doesn’t sound that enthusiastic.
Senator McCain faced a barrage of angry questions from constituents about immigration reform during two town hall meetings hosted in Arizona.