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John McCain: American politician
John Sidney McCain III was an American politician and military officer, who served as a United States senator from Arizona from January 1987 until his death in 2018. He previously served two terms in the United States House of Representatives and was the Republican nominee for president of the United States in the 2008 election, which he lost to Barack Obama.

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Jimmy Carter hails John McCain's "commitment to the truth"

Former President Jimmy Carter spoke to "CBS This Morning" co-anchor John Dickerson about the life and legacy of Sen. John McCain
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Full interview: John McCain, January 29

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, criticized the execution of President Trump's immigration ban as a "confused process," and weighed in on the reorganization of the the National Security Council, which now..
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Videos for John McCain


Trump's special envoy to Ukraine resigns [Video]Trump's special envoy to Ukraine resigns

Reuters sources say Kurt Volker resigned from his position as U.S. special representative to Ukraine, just hours after he was subpoenad by three congressional committees over the whistleblower furor...

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McCain says immigration ban "will probably give ISIS more propaganda"

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, criticized the execution of President Trump's immigration ban as a "confused process."
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Bannon's National Security Council spot is "radical departure" from history, McCain says

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, says he is concerned about the "diminished" role of the Joint Chiefs of Staff following the Trump administration's reorganization of the National Security Council.
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McCain: U.S. can address ISIS and Assad "at the same time"

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona says he disagrees with Secretary Tillerson that the U.S. should just concentrate on ISIS. "We can walk and chew gum. We have the capability to do both, the Senator adds."
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McCain: U.S. Senate shattered 200 years of tradition

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona says he regrets going nuclear to confirm Judge Gorsuch. "I think both parties will rue this day," the Senator argues. "It will drive to more liberal judges when the..
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McCain discusses the Secretary of State's trip to Moscow

Sen. John McCain appears on "Face the Nation" and discusses the Secretary of State's upcoming meetings with Russian officials.
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Sen. McCain says more Americans are killed in training than in action

Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee John McCain, R-Arizona, joins Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson to discuss the need to enhance military readiness.
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Sen. McCain calls North Korea one of the most serious national security crises we've faced

Senator John McCain, R-Arizona, joins Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson to discuss tensions with North Korea.
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Sen. McCain on North Korea and enhancing military readiness

Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee John McCain, R-Arizona, joins Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson to discuss North Korea and the United States' military readiness.
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McCain weighs in on the GOP's health care legislative process

Arizona Sen. John McCain discusses the latest GOP attempt to repeal Obamacare during an appearance on Face the Nation on September 17, 2017.
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Sadler's McCain comments are "disgusting," says Sen. Lindsey Graham

For an interview to air Sunday on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan spoke with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina. Graham was responding to comments made by a staffer that McCain's opposition to..
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Mark Salter, Sen. John McCain's co-author, on the trajectory of the GOP

Mark Salter, a former adviser and speechwriter to Sen. John McCain, joins Margaret Brennan to discuss the book he wrote with McCain about McCain's life entitled "The Restless Wave."
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Sen. John McCain on his "respect" for Hillary Clinton

In 2014 on "Face the Nation," Sen. John McCain, the Arizona senator who died on August 25, 2018, said he "respects" then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. "We have had disagreements on a number of..
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Sen. John McCain reflects on his friendship with Sen. Ted Kennedy

In this 2015 clip, Sen. John McCain, who died on August 25, 2018, reflects on his friendship with Sen. Ted Kennedy during their time in Congress.
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Sen. John McCain condemns torture as "violations of the fundamental, basic human rights"

In 2014 on "Face the Nation," Sen. John McCain condemned torture as "violations of the fundamental, basic human rights." The Arizona senator died August 25, 2018.
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Kasich: There'll "never be another" McCain

In an interview Saturday with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich said there will "never be another John McCain." Kasich was among those invited to the late..
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Face The Nation - Karen Tumulty, Dan Balz, Michael Gerson

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on John McCain and his impact on U.S. politics.
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Face The Nation - Edward Wong, Margaret Talev, Kelsey Snell

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on our chat with John Kerry, President Donald Trump's tweets and memorial service of John McCain
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A look back at McCain's funeral proceedings

Sen. John McCain will be buried Sunday at the Naval Academy Cemetery after five days of funeral events in his honor. We take a look back at the speeches and eulogies honoring the senator.
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Glioblastoma: John McCain's brain cancer diagnosis

The Hippocratic Oath advises doctors to first DO NO HARM - so imagine intentionally using a virus that causes paralysis in hopes of treating the deadliest form of brain cancer. That's what doctors are..
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Candidate McCain, Part 1

In separate interviews, the two parties' presidential nominees are questioned on the big issues, including the U.S. economy, the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, energy policy and health care. Scott Pelley..
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Maverick From Arizona

Sen. John McCain was gaining recognition for challenging Republican and Senate party leadership to clean up Washington when Mike Wallace interviewed him in 1997.
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Revelations From The Campaign

Authors of a new book, "Game Change," and John McCain's former top campaign strategist reveal behind-the-scenes issues from the GOP and Democratic camps during the campaign. Anderson Cooper reports.
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Sen. John McCain: I've had the best life

In his final interview with 60 Minutes, Sen. John McCain gave thanks for a wonderful life
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The closest of friends: John McCain and Ted Kennedy

Sen. John McCain's reflections on his relationship with Sen. Ted Kennedy
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John McCain: "We're getting nothing done"

Not long after his cancer diagnosis, John McCain excoriated his fellow senators for not working across the aisle. "We're getting nothing done," he said.
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Sen. John McCain: The man in the arena

Lesley Stahl and Sen. John McCain's reflections on famed Teddy Roosevelt quote
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John McCain: The 2017 "60 Minutes" interview

Sen. John McCain died Saturday at the age of 81 after battling an aggressive form of brain cancer. Last September, weeks after the senator was diagnosed, Lesley Stahl interviewed McCain on his Arizona..
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Coons: Senate needs more bipartisan trust

Sen. Chris Coons tells 60 Minutes he looks to McCain and Biden's relationship
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Former astronaut Mark Kelly running for Senate in Arizona

Former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly has announced he's running for the late John McCain's Senate seat in Arizona. If he wins the Democratic primary, he would face Republican Martha McSally in 2020. Jim..
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GOP presidential hopeful Joe Walsh: If John McCain were alive, 'he'd be slapping Lindsey Graham upside the head'

Republican presidential hopeful Joe Walsh slammed Lindsey Graham, hinting the late John McCain would be unhappy he "sold" his soul to Donald Trump.
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John McCain would convict Donald Trump in an impeachment trial. He said as much in 1999.

McCain said during Bill Clinton's impeachment trial that presidents must be held strictly accountable. Republican senators today should read his words.
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Meghan McCain speaks her mind: 7 times 'The View' host has been blunt about her opinions

Meghan McCain isn’t afraid to speak her mind, especially on "The View." Here are seven times McCain has been blunt about her conservative views.
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9/22/17: CBSN Evening News

Senator John McCain votes "no" and essentially kills GOP health care push; women marches to her own beat as Steve Hartman goes "On The Road" in West Virginia.
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A year after John McCain's death, Cindy McCain says 'Our country is not well right now'

A year after Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., died, his widow, Cindy McCain, reflected on the year and his legacy in an interview on ABC's "This Week."
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Meghan McCain announces social media break in a tribute to her 'hero,' late father John McCain

Meghan McCain is remembering her late father John McCain on the day before the anniversary of his death. She also announces a social media break.
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G-7 summit, college football and Amazon wildfires: 5 things to know this weekend

It's been one year since John McCain died, 400 years since the first recorded landing of enslaved Africans in America and more things to start your weekend.
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Cindy McCain says there is no 'voice of reason' in GOP, nearly a year after John McCain's death

Cindy McCain says the current Republican Party is "not the party of Abraham Lincoln ... nor the party of Ronald Reagan," and is issuing a call for more civility in Washington and across the country.
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Cindy McCain's first year without John McCain: 'Trying to put our family back together'

Even as Cindy McCain tries to heal by working to carry on her husband’s legacy, she is helping her children cope with the loss of their father.
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Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie on “The Takeout”

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie joins Major Garrett on "The Takeout" to discuss his career of public service, his appointment to head the VA, as well as suicide among veterans and President..
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The Fighter, Collateral Damage, The Harvard Lampoon

From 2017, Lesley Stahl interviews John McCain; then, the U.S. fight against Chinese espionage ensnares innocent Americans; and, 60 Minutes goes inside the Harvard Lampoon
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Hurricane, The Fighter, Divided

Hurricane Harvey: A fluke or the future? Then, Sen. John McCain fights back; and, is the U.S. still a nation divided? Oprah Winfrey reports.
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Trump’s disrespect for McCain and POWs makes a mockery of his D-Day 75th anniversary trip

The POWs of every war, from Andersonville to the Hanoi Hilton, understood heroism. Trump is incapable of properly honoring troops at D-Day ceremonies.
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9/2: John Kerry, John Kasich

This week on "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan interviews former Secretary of State John Kerry and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Plus, we look back at the nation's memorial for Sen. John McCain.
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McCain and Obama used to taunt Trump in UK

An anti-Brexit group is responsible for the unique displays of dissatisfaction
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5/16/17: Red and Blue

When asked about the New York Times report that President Trump asked the FBI to end its investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Sen. John McCain compared Mr. Trump's actions..
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Mulvaney Says McCain Ship Episode Is ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

The White House again played down its directive to hide a Navy warship named after Senator John McCain as the Pentagon warned against politicizing the military.
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