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McConnell eulogizes McCain: ‘He would fight tooth and nail for his vision of the common good’

WASHINGTON — In a speech eulogizing Sen. John McCain on Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reminisced on the ferocity of political battles he and the late senator engaged in during the more than three decades the two concurrently served in the […]

McConnell eulogizes McCain: ‘He would fight tooth and nail for his vision of the common good’

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WASHINGTON — In a speech eulogizing Sen. John McCain on Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reminisced on the ferocity of political battles he and the late senator engaged in during the more than three decades the two concurrently served in the […]

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Biden eulogizes McCain: ‘I always thought of John as a brother’

WASHINGTON — In a speech eulogizing Sen. John McCain on Thursday, former Vice President Joe Biden reminisced on the closeness of his nearly five-decade friendship with the late senator. “The way

Volunteers pray with a homeowner in the Beechfield neighborhood of west Baltimore. The area was hit by three flash floods in 2018. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Volunteers join local churches in sustained response to west Baltimore flooding

In a season where it seems as if the rainfall totals are approaching Biblical proportions, it may be easy to miss the toll the steady stream of flooding has

‘Operation Finale’: Ben Kingsley, Oscar Isaac shine in manhunt thriller

3.5 out of 4 stars Oscar Isaac has gone from killing Stormtroopers to taking down a more sinister foe: Adolf Eichmann, the mastermind behind the extermination of 10 million people,

Sen. Flake echoes McCain’s call for civility in politics during eulogy speech

WASHINGTON – In a speech eulogizing Sen. John McCain on Wednesday, Sen. Jeff Flake echoed calls by the late senator for civility in politics. “Now, as we go forward, let

Tallahassee mayor could become Florida’s first black governor

WASHINGTON – Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is well-positioned to become Florida’s first African-American governor after having won the state’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday. “Tonight, through the grace of Floridians

McConnell will appoint bipartisan group to come up with ideas to honor McCain

WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he will appoint a bipartisan group to come up with ideas to commemorate the life of the late Sen. John McCain. “I’ll be appointing

Sen. Flake says Ward victory in GOP primary would put his seat in Democratic hands

WASHINGTON – Retiring Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said his seat will be in Democratic hands next year if State Sen. Kelli Ward wins Tuesday’s GOP primary. “Yeah, definitely,” Flake said when

‘Never Surrender:’ John McCain’s last message to America

Lieutenant Commander McCain greeting President Richard Nixon in May 1973. (Wikipedia) My fellow Americans, whom I have gratefully served for sixty years, and especially my fellow Arizonans, Thank you for the

Arizona and Florida voters to cast primary ballots in crucial Senate races

WASHINGTON – Voters in Arizona and Florida will cast primary ballots today in Senate contests that set the stage for what could become two of the most closely watched races

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