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Trump critic McCain meets Saudi king

Riyadh - Influential American Senator John McCain, a critic of President Donald Trump, held talks with Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Tuesday, official media said.

Putin foe McCain could emerge as bulwark against Trump

Washington - At 80, John McCain has begun his sixth term in the US Senate by proving to be a thorn in Donald Trump's side even before the president-elect takes the oath of office.

Syrian opposition criticises ceasefire deal

Munich - A senior figure in the Syrian opposition movement on Sunday criticised the truce deal forged by the US and Russia, saying Moscow was continuing its onslaught on civilian areas.

McCain takes high road as Trump attacks war record

Washington - John McCain said Monday that property mogul and White House hopeful Donald Trump should apologize to veterans after he dismissed the US senator's military record because he was taken prisoner.

Trump heaps scorn on war hero record of 'loser' McCain

Washington - Donald Trump, known for his incendiary rhetoric on the 2016 campaign trail, lobbed his latest verbal grenade, dismissing the military record of Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war.

Is China getting too aggressive in South China Sea?

Washington, D. C. - U.S. officials are raising concerns internationally about China’s latest activities in the South China Sea that appear to threaten Southeast Asia allies.

Defense secretary resigns, could signal U.S. government shakeup

Washington, D. C. - Speculation about a shakeup at the highest levels of the U.S. government security apparatus were rampant Monday after Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced his resignation.

US fueled rise of Neo-Nazis in Ukraine, McCain stands with Oleh

Shortly before two synagogue attacks, the cancellation of a Holocaust Remembrance in Kiev, and attacks on Jews in Ukraine, US Senator John McCain stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the leader of one of the rising Neo-Nazi parties in the country.

Op-Ed: McCain fiddles while Syria burns

Washington - The Twitter-sphere was ablaze with the news that Senator John McCain was caught playing poker during a hearing to decide if the US should attack Syria. One picture is worth a thousand words.

McCain: Ahmadinejad is the monkey Iran sent to space last week

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared he is prepared to risk his life and become the first human to be sent into space by his country's fledgling space programme.

John McCain to CNN: ‘Who the hell are you?’

Washington - Sen. John McCain was incredibly agitated Thursday when a CNN correspondent asked why he missed a classified security briefing on Benghazi.

McCain demands air strikes on Syria

Washington - Senator John McCain called on Monday for US air strikes on Syria, stating that military assistance to the Free Syrian Army and other resistance groups would be necessary in the long-term.

Op-Ed: TIFF 2011 - Sarah Palin doc profiles Wasilla as a city divided Special

Sarah Palin – You Betcha! isn't so much a film focusing on the Tea Party favourite as it is about the bridges she's burned in her hometown. Debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival, the documentary still needs a critical Q&A with Palin hersel

NATO strikes near Gaddafi compound, Russia protests advisers

As the NATO-led coalition continued to expand its war against Colonel Gaddafi's military in Libya, bombing targets close to Gaddafi's compound, Russia has become more vocal in its opposition to the West's mission creep.

Senator McCain visits Libyan rebels in US support demonstration

In a demonstration of US support for the rebel cause in Libya's civil war, Senator John McCain visited with the rebels in their eastern stronghold, furthering the military mission's transformation from humanitarian support to open rebel backing.

South Korea rejects Chinese overtures for multinational talks

With US and South Korean forces pushing ahead with war games on Sunday, China has offered to speed up multinational talks with North Korea - an overture that has been rejected by South Korea.

Republican Candidate Shoots from the Hip

Birmingham - Dale Peterson, Alabama Agriculture Commission, candidate vows to name names and take no prisoners in his TV advertisement that is attracting attention for this farmer, businessman, cop and former marine and he plans to show the people he means business.

Cindy McCain: almost Republican First Lady turns gay activist

Cindy McCain came within several million votes of the White House. She would have been First Lady of the United States. Once constrained by a gaggle of advisors and handlers, she is now free to speak her mind. And she clearly does.

McCain booed for saying Obama respects the Constitution

Speaking at a town hall meeting in Sun City, Arizona on Tuesday, Senator John McCain and Congressman Trent Franks discussed health care but received boos when saying a positive remark about Pres. Obama.

McCain: Obama has not Changed Washington

Sen. McCain will be on CNN's State of the Union this Sunday as he will be discussing Pres. Obama's performance and his political future. Some excerpts of the interview are not to positive about the President.

Honduras News Roundup For July 7th, 2009

As SOS Clinton met with Zelaya in DC, many House Reps and Senators, including Sen. McCain, defended the interim government's actions. Also, Honduras claimed that the bullet that killed a young boy during a protest on Sunday was not military caliber.

Talking Will Get Us Places in Iran?

Tuesday, on Fox News, John McCain expressed a sentiment shared by many conservatives right now: that Barack Obama is not doing or saying enough about the current crisis in Iran surrounding their presidential election last week.

Schmidt to GOP: Lean A Bit To The Left and Support Gay Marriage

Steve Schmidt, a GOP strategist that headed the 2008 United States Presidential Campaign of GOP nominee Senator John McCain of Arizona, had an interesting message to say to the entire Republican Party.

Tuesday Night 'Twitterview' stars Stephanopoulos and McCain

George Stephanopoulos and John McCain will be tweeting this coming Tuesday in an interview hosted on the Twitter technology.

Meghan McCain Trounces Ann Coulter

In a new voice that really seems like a maverick, Meghan McCain, daughter of Arizona Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain, is setting her own political course. How? She's taking on the often outspoken Ann Coulter.

Praises For Obama

Senator Lieberman is praising Barak Obama, saying he is off to a good start. In October of 2008, Senator Lieberman spoke of Obama as naive.

Op-Ed: McCain Now Expert on Economy?

McCain declared last fall that he wasn't an expert on the economy when asked about the issues at that time. In less than six months, however, he is expert enough to appear on major television shows giving his opinions on what to do.

McCain: Stimulus Bill Steals From The Next Generation

As the slimmed down stimulus bill has passed through the US House, it is now on the US Senate floor. There is still much GOP opposition in the US Senate.

Palin Headlines with Obama at Exclusive Dinner in Washington

It was hard to tell who might get the most attention on Saturday night Palin or Obama, but there was Sarah Palin all decked out in black satin, likely getting the guys in the front all lathered up since she was said to look swell.

Op-Ed: McCain Honored Wright In Not Attacking Him During Campaign

During the 2008 presidential campaign, Republican candidate John McCain endured a lot of criticism from some of his Republican supporters angry that McCain had refused to air ads with Jeremiah Wright's inflammatory sermons.
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