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Tuesday on the Senate floor, Sen. John McCain took a swipe at his fellow Republicans who disagreed with him on support of the Ryan-Murray budget deal... I can not say what I want to say bout John McCain unless I want to be banned for life.
Sen. John McCain rebuked Republican colleagues who plan to vote against the budget deal as lacking "intellectual integrity," the Washington Examiner reported Tuesday.
Traffic passes through the gates of Naval Base Guam in this Pacific Daily News file photo.
"They're using our members and they're using the American people for their own goals," Boehner said at a press conference last week.
Despite a concerted attack by conservative advocacy groups, a bipartisan deal to roll back sharp spending cuts known as the sequester appeared on track to clear the Senate after a growing number of Republicans declared their support for the measure.
Democrats used their newly initiated lower threshold for defeating filibusters Monday to win Senate confirmation of President Barack Obama 's nomination of former top Pentagon lawyer Jeh C. Johnson to be secretary of homeland security.
The Obama administration should make any diplomatic agreement with Iran contingent on Tehran's help finding missing CIA contractor Robert Levinson, a lawyer for his family said Monday.
Sen. John McCain was visibly amused on Sunday when he was asked if he had been wrong to say that President Barack Obama's handshake with Cuban President Raul Castro was like shaking hands with Adolf Hitler.
It was smooth sailing in the House, but things are looking much tighter in the Senate for a bipartisan budget proposal that aims to avert another government shutdown and relax sweeping forced spending cuts.
Loonie-loving Canadians might be bemused to learn that their American brethren suffered a setback last week in the long, unfulfilled quest to supplant the U.S. paper dollar with coins.
The European Union on Sunday broke off talks with Ukraine on the far-reaching trade deal that protesters here have been demanding for weeks, and a top official issued a stinging, angry statement all but accusing Ukraine's president of dissembling.
Sen. John McCain said Sunday that the Senate is "very likely" to pass a new sanctions bill against Iran despite a deal the United States and other world powers reached to address the Islamic republic's nuclear ambitions.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview aired Sunday that negotiations over its nuclear program are not dead even though Iran is angry about a fresh round of sanctions from the U.S. Treasury Department.
Sen. John McCain is suggesting that the CIA has misled Congress on details surrounding an American who vanished nearly seven years ago in Iran.
Last Tuesday was quite a day in Washington. Two elephant-sized policy questions - the federal budget and the Volcker Rule - were resolved by giving birth to two mice.