John McCain dies at age 81
Senator John McCain has died after a battle with brain cancer. Here’s a look back at the life and times of the Arizona republican senator who was also known as a ‘Maverick.’
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Records: Soros Fund Execs Funded Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, John McCain, John Kasich, Lindsey Graham in 2016
McCain: Don't 'leap to conclusions' that Trump to drop 'one China' policy
U.S. Senator John McCain said on Monday that he personally backs Washington’s decades-old “one China” policy and that no one should “leap to conclusions" that President-elect Donald Trump would abando...
Senate career of John McCain, 2001-present
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John McCain presidential campaign, 2008
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T. Berry Brazelton
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Robert E. L. Strider
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Virginius Dabney
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Electoral history of John McCain
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Ernest M. Stires
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Armistead L. Boothe
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Julian Robertson
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R. Walton Moore
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Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act
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Keating Five
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Todd Gray
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Stephen Ailes
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Bryson Spinner
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Newton D. Baker
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Louis Bacon
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Arinze Onuaku
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Gaston Caperton
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Paul DePodesta
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James Addison Ingle
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Detainee Treatment Act
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