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John McCain responds to cancer diagnosis
The Senator says he will be back to work soon after it was revealed he has brain cancer.
Senate panel rejects Trump cuts to foreign aid, domestic
Republicans controlling a key Senate committee have agreed to a government funding plan that rejects President Donald Trump's proposals to slash domestic agencies and foreign aid
Capitol Hill Buzz: Miami fan Rubio ponders a Brady-free NFL
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a lifelong fan of the Miami Dolphins, has grown weary of watching the New England Patriots rack up Super Bowl wins while his team watches from afar
'The Briefing Room': Sessions to push on as AG amid Trump's regrets
ABC News' White House producers and reporters break down today's press briefing.
After cancer diagnosis, John McCain says he'll be back soon
Arizona Sen. John McCain, who is at home recovering from surgery after being diagnosed with a brain tumor, tweeted Thursday that he will be back on Capitol Hill soon. "I greatly appreciate the outpouring of support," the Republican senator wrote on Twitter. "Unfortunately for my sparring partners
Trump's first 6 months: Where we are now and what's next
On ABC's mariners here outside the capitol and it is now officially day 182. Of the trumpet ministry which means this. The six month mark so we thought negatively take a stroll down memory lane and see what's been getting done what has it. Been getting into these last few months I'm joined here by
John McCain's junior Senate colleague tells how he learned of veteran senator's cancer diagnosis
The Republican junior senator who serves with Sen. John McCain representing Arizona described how he learned of his elder colleague's brain cancer diagnosis through a casual comment in a conversation Wednesday. "I called him before we heard of the diagnosis and spoke to him for several minutes
President Trump publicly criticizes Jeff Sessions
Trump criticized Attorney General Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe and expressed regret over appointing Sessions as attorney general in an interview with The New York Times.
Sen. Jeff Flake reacts to Sen. John McCain's brain tumor diagnosis
Flake, McCain's fellow Arizona senator, shares the latest details of John McCain's condition and what to expect as the war veteran and longtime senator fights a brain tumor.
Sen. John McCain diagnosed with brain tumor
McCain, 80, was found to have a brain tumor known as a glioblastoma after undergoing a procedure to remove a blood clot near his left eye, according to a statement from Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix.