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Suggestion McCain's tumor may have influenced health care vote 'bizarre,' spokesman says
On Wednesday, Sen. John McCain’s spokesman shut down a fellow senator's suggestion that the Arizona Republican's brain tumor may have affected his "no" vote on health care. “It is bizarre and deeply unfortunate that Sen. [Ron] Johnson would question the judgment of a colleague and friend. Sen.
The Note: All the president’s men line up against special prosecutor
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY It's quite the round robin of investigations: Special counsel Robert Mueller is digging into President Donald Trump's business dealings , Bloomberg reported a day after Trump told The New York Times if Mueller does so, it's crossing a red line. Trump's attorneys and
McCain : Flynn's Immunity Request is 'Unusual'
Sen. John McCain joins ABC News in our Washington newsroom after his appearance on "This Week."
The Note: Waiting for the CBO score
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 53 THE BIG STORY : There hasn’t been a CBO score this hotly anticipated since, well, the last time Congress was poised to act on a major health care overall. While the Trump administration is setting things up to
Arnold Schwarzenegger done with 'The Celebrity Apprentice'
The actor and former California governor's announcement came amid a feud between him and President Trump, who remains an executive producer of the show.
Planned Parenthood supporters share their stories on 'Capitol Takeover Day'
ABC News' Janai Norman talks with a Planned Parenthood organizer on Capitol Hill about Obamacare and women's health issues.
Rosie O'Donnell leads anti-Trump protest in DC ahead of congressional address
Rosie O'Donnell , one of Donald Trump 's most outspoken rivals, accused the president of being a lying, power-hungry misogynist during a protest near the White House Tuesday ahead of his joint address to Congress. "This is not Russia," said O’Donnell. "To Donald Trump and his pathetic band of
McCain makes secret trip to Syria to meet US military, Kurds
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., made a secret trip to northern Syria last week to meet with U.S. troops and Kurdish fighters amid their long-standing battle to defeat ISIS, his office said Wednesday.
Sen. Chuck Schumer talks tears over immigration order, White House ties to Russia
Schumer asks Attorney General Sessions to recuse himself over FBI Flynn investigation regarding ties to Russia.
Community gathers for Rep. Scott Taylor's town hall in Virginia Beach
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks reports from Kempsville High School where Rep. Scott Taylor addresses the community.