Report: John McCain Has a Brain TumorThe former presidential candidate has a serious health concern.
McCain Wants To Replace Dollar Bill With CoinTwo top Republicans are looking to replace the dollar bill with a coin.
Palin: Both McCain, Trump Are HeroesFormer Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin calls both Sen. John McCain and Donald Trump heroes.
Frank Luntz: 'This Could Be The Ugliest Campaign In Modern Times'Republican strategist Frank Luntz that we might be seeing the beginning of a third party candidate in Donald Trump.
Trump: I Don't Owe McCain An ApologyAfter dismissing McCain's reputation as a war hero because he was captured in Vietnam and "I like people who weren't captured," Trump declared "I will say what I want to say."
Rand Paul: 'Our Founding Fathers Would Be Mortified' By NSARepublican Sen. Rand Paul lashed out against the federal government's sweeping surveillance programs on Wednesday.
GOP Govs Starting To Strut Their Stuff For 2016A half-dozen potential Republican presidential contenders spent last week coaxing would-be supporters at a Florida resort.
NAACP: We Notified Shinseki, McCain About Phoenix VA Hospital Last YearRev. Oscar Tillman says his letters, written over a year ago, went unanswered.
Nate Silver: GOP Favored To Retake Senate Control From Democrats In 2014Nate Silver, renowned for perfect and near-perfect statistical predictions, says that the GOP has a roughly 60 percent chance of winning the necessary six seats to take back control of the Senate from Democrats, and adds that Republicans have a shot at a “big win” that could see them acquiring up to 11 seats.
Boxing, MMA Meet to Support Head Injury Research Two former boxers, Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Harry Reid (D-Nev.), welcomed representatives of the world's boxing and mixed martial arts organizations on Tuesday to announce support for a study to understand the effects of repeated blows to the head.
Huckabee Supports 'Duck Dynasty,' Might Run For PresidentHuckabee says there is a group of militant activists out to silence biblical teachings.
Pentagon May Cut Military Newspaper Stars And StripesThe iconic military newspaper Stars and Stripes may be on the Pentagon's chopping block due to potential budget cuts.