Rich Lowry, New York Post
Former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush will pay tribute to John McCain at a memorial service in Washington National Cathedral on Saturday, a week after the Arizona Republican died at age 81 after a battle with brain cancer.
John McCormack, Wkly Std
Bruni & Higa, New York Times
Fox News host Laura Ingraham is saying a new movie about Neil Armstrong that leaves out the astronaut planting the American flag on the moon is “trashing patriotism.””It’s another way of trashing patriotism,” Ingra…
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Andrew Gillum, who engineered a surprising upset victory in Florida’s Democratic primary this week, is picking up endorsements, money and plenty of national attention in the aftermath of his win. But as the Tallahassee mayor mo…
CHEMNITZ, Germany (AP) – Germany’s far right is trying to make protests this weekend a watershed moment in which different nationalist groups – from lawmakers in national parliament to Hitler-saluting skinheads – will come together in a national anti-m…
A former campaign aide accused of lying to the FBI said that then-candidate Donald Trump “nodded with approval” at his suggestion of setting up a meeting between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin….
Barack Obama and George W. Bush crushed McCain’s presidential ambitions. The two joined members of the McCain family and current and former lawmakers honoring the late senator.
The late-night court filing contains some eye-catching information about George Papadopoulos’s time with the Trump campaign.
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