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"We indicated that that kind of rhetoric was contrary to what is the best of Israel's traditions. That although Israel was
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) lamented the state of Barack Obama's mind on Wednesday, remarking that the second-term president seems to be filled with "self-pity."
In his remarks on Wednesday evening, McCain said the recent crop of crises around the world demands that Obama try again
On Tuesday's edition of NBC's "The Tonight Show," host Jay Leno suggested to Obama that he and McCain had a "bromance" brewing
WASHINGTON, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator John McCain accidentally walked in on President Barack Obama this week
The longtime senator also addressed the power of the "career politician" label in targeting one's opponents. The AP points
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama defended using the killing of Osama bin Laden in a campaign context on Monday while
McCain is referring to a web ad narrated by former President Bill Clinton touting Obama's decisiveness in the decision to
A senior administration official tells NBC's Savannah Guthrie that today's Obama-McCain meeting is the result of a call the
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is getting under the skin of Democrats these days - and he seems to be relishing it. Read more
From The Politico: Sen. John McCain took his most direct shot at Barack Obama since the presidential campaign on Friday morning
On Sunday, McCain leads rallies in Wallingford, PA and Scranton, PA before heading to Peterborough, NH and ending the night
The 2008 election has been marked in recent months by an endless round of negative ads and robo-calls attacking Barack Obama's
John McCain and the Republican National Committee are now running robocalls attacking Obama as weak on terrorism -- in McCain's
On Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace asked John McCain how he would feel if he lost the presidential race to Barack Obama
As the McCain campaign ratchets up the intensity of its attacks on Barack Obama, some black elected officials are calling
In their recent deep dive into negative, John McCain and Sarah Palin have hammered Barack Obama for supposedly saying our
And Dana Milbank highlights another incident from Monday: Marc Ambinder notes that the shouter advances McCain's Bill Ayers
Notably, the cartoons pay almost no attention to the issues the U.S. candidates are debating with one another. The U.S. economy, McCain's age and Obama's experience never factor in to the discussion.
The Obama campaign has issued a response. Read it from Ben Smith: Read more about it here and watch it below: Barack Obama's