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John McCain will launch the next phase of his presidential campaign with a biographical tour across the country next month. Naturally, the tour will bring him back to Arizona, where the former Navy pilot began his career in politics decades ago.
Le Templar: Republicans should be immediately and eternally grateful that Sen. John McCain shut down the nuclear option when it comes to Senate approval for judges appointed to the federal bench.
The deep thinkers in presidential candidate John McCain's campaign and at the Republican Party apparently weren't running on enough coffee recently.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake has a secret. A fair number of the Arizona Republican’s colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives actually like him — or at least they tell him that.
Sen. John McCain will be influencing future international leaders at Arizona State University.
Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona said Friday that some of the more than 2,000 illegal immigrants recently released by the Homeland Security Department because of budget cuts may have been convicted of serious crimes, citing "local sources."
Mitt Romney rolled out his Arizona fundraising team this week, a move that indicates the former Massachusetts governor intends to take the fight for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination straight to Sen. John McCain —and in McCain’s home state.
WASHINGTON - Sen. John McCain pressed a cable company’s case for pricing changes with regulators at the same time a tax-exempt group that he co-founded solicited $200,000 in contributions from the company.
WASHINGTON - John McCain jettisoned two top aides Tuesday, the one-time Republican front-runner struggling to right a presidential bid in deep financial and political trouble.
John McCain seems to be a man who needs few introductions. After all, he's held federal office for 26 years, he's perhaps the highest-profile senator in the country, he's run for president twice, and he's written a couple of best-selling autobiographies.
Is Patricia Fagerstrom ("Columnist used selective facts to attack McCain," Friday) saying that Sandi Glauser needs "credentials" to be allowed to express her opinions? The freedoms of speech and press are constitutionally guaranteed, so if you don't care for her perspective, don't read her columns.
Arizonans’ opinions of U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl are plunging, according to a Rocky Mountain Poll released Thursday.
A decade ago, when John McCain was first considering a presidential bid, Arizona’s senior senator said a state constitutional amendment to wipe out affirmative action programs was a bad idea.
Gov. Janet Napolitano used her time in the spotlight at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday to invoke the struggling Americans she met while helping to craft the Democratic platform and three Arizonans who lost their bids for the presidency.
Presidential contender Rudy Giuliani has edged ahead of John McCain among Republican voters in Arizona, marking a huge change in the GOP hierarchy just three months before Arizona voters cast ballots in the state’s presidential preference elections.
On Oct. 6, Barack Obama led John McCain by 6 points in the Real Clear Politics poll average. The average isn’t a perfect indicator of the state of the race, but it does show trends, and this was Obama’s largest lead since the beginning of September.
WASHINGTON - On the heels of devastating GOP losses, Sen. John McCain called on the Republican Party to return to its common-sense conservatism - and implicitly cast himself as the one who can lead the party's rebirth.
A new poll suggests that the state’s senior senator has pretty much worn out his welcome in Arizona, at least as far as representing them in Washington.
Sen. John McCain continues to enjoy high approval ratings from Arizona's voters, according to a new poll, but responses from his own party are potentially worrisome.
As a longtime Arizona resident and voter, I used to respect Sen. John McCain - the key words being "used to." Even after Republican governors Ev Mecham and Fife Symington led me to question my conservative roots, I supported McCain, a man I considered to be independent and true to his beliefs. But those days are gone. Never again will I cast my vote for Arizona's senior senator.
Sen. John McCain seems determined to maintain his image as the bad boy among Republican politicians in Arizona.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - Republicans John McCain and Sarah Palin accused the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday of protecting Barack Obama by withholding a videotape of the Democrat attending a 2003 party for a Palestinian-American professor and critic of Israel.
John McCain returned to Tempe, the city where his political career began two decades ago, to announce — again — his intention to run for the presidency Saturday.
WASHINGTON - John McCain sought to mend his tattered relationship with conservatives and unify a splintered GOP as he all but clinched the party's presidential nomination Thursday. Mitt Romney, his former chief rival, dropped out, and a parade of prominent Republicans swung behind the Arizona senator.
Presidential candidate John McCain previewed two key themes for the remainder of his campaign Monday — a concentrated effort to attract Hispanic voters, and an energy platform designed to wean the country’s dependence on foreign oil.