The freshman Republican from Louisiana has a famous name and a low-key approach — except for the occasional comedic swing.
According to the Military Times, a memo is circulating around the Pentagon that condemns the mortuary director who was in charge of the body of deceased Ohio Senator John Glenn (D-OH). The Military Times reports that a mortuary employee at Dover Air Force Base offered people a peek at Glenn’s dead...
Dover Air Force Base mortuary chief disputes claims of mistreatment of former senator.
State Senator Deidre Henderson and Provo Mayor John Curtis lead a packed field of candidates squaring off for the open congressional seat soon-to-be vacated by U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz. A … Click to Continue »
John Glenn was a decorated Marine, respected senator and history-making astronaut. Now the Pentagon is investigating whether his body may have been disrespected before his burial. Read more| Comments
Gov. John Bel Edwards' push to raise Louisiana's minimum wage has sputtered again in the Senate, leaving the state's lowest-wage workers to be paid at the federal rate of $7.25 … Click to Continue »
AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi, File President Nixon tells a White House news conference that he will not allow his legal counsel, John Dean to testify on Capitol Hill in the Watergate investigation and challenged the Senate to test him in...Show More Summary
Maverick Alert! On last night’s Late Night With Seth Meyers, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) stopped by to drop some of that legendary McCain independent wisdom and political courage, as he explained why he’s boldly spoken out against Donald Trump’s bafflingly awful nominees and policies—while voting in favor of them pretty much every single time. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, former CIA Director John Brennan appeared before a Senate committee to testify on what he knew of the allegations that members of Donald Trump’s campaign were in contact with the Russians. In Brennan’s statements, he explained how the investigation got started. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, John Oliver asked viewers to express their concerns about net neutrality on the FCC's website. Shady antics ensued and the FCC claimed its official website fell victim to a DDoS attack. Activists, senators and security experts have demanded to see the logs, but the FCC has decided they can't show anyone because of "privacy" concerns. More »
The Daily Beast's editor in chief presses the former GOP senator on the aftermath of Trump's dismissal of James Comey
Senator John McCain said this morning he's "almost speechless" at the report of what President Trump said to top Russian officials about James Comey.
On Face the Nation this morning, CBS' John Dickerson asked Senator Marco Rubio about Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recently saying that he would like a "little less drama from the White House."
The senior senator from Arizona, John McCain, said this week that the Trump administration scandals had reached Nixonian standards of comparison. Speaking at the International Republican Institute’s Freedom Awards on Tuesday, Sen. McCain...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly joked about Trump using a saber on the press and U.S. Senator Jim Risch told CNN the press should be questioning the Washington Post about its sources. Then, on May 16, The New York Times reported that President Donald...
John F. Kennedy's Senate ID Card sold for $20,000 according to Boston-based RR Auction. The one-of-a-kind historically significant official US Senate personal identification card issued to John F. Kennedy, featured an image of the young senator, neatly signed in full in fountain pen, "John F. Show More Summary
Senate Democrats are leaving no doubt that Republican Sen. John Cornyn was very, very wrong when he claimed that “ Joe Lieberman is probably the only person that could get 100 votes in the Senate” if Donald Trump nominates him for FBI director. Show More Summary
Senator John McCain said the latest Trump scandals have reached "Watergate size and scale."
Senator John McCain was apparently in a fiesty mood on Thursday. Hours after calling for throwing the Turkish ambassador "the hell out of the United States of America," the Republican politician had additional blunt words for the liberal critics of his friend, Joe Lieberman.
Veteran Republican Senator John McCain on Tuesday slammed as "deeply disturbing" allegations that US President Donald Trump had shared top secret intelligence about the Islamic State group with Russian officials. McCain -- one of the...Show More Summary