Senator John McCain said Ireland still faces questions on how corporations use the country to lower taxes after Finance Minister Michael Noonan moved to calm a controversy triggered by Apple Inc.’s practices.
U.S. Senator John McCain pressured the Justice Department to hold JPMorgan Chase & Co. executives individually accountable while they work to settle claims that the bank packaged and sold bad mortgage bonds to investors.
The Navy’s decision to delay the award of a contract to start construction on the USS John F. Kennedy will save money by giving the service “more time to assess technical challenges” in a new class of aircraft carriers, Senator John McCain said.
Senator John McCain, the Republican Party’s 2008 presidential nominee, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that he’s willing to campaign for Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi, who’s facing a primary challenge from Republican Liz Cheney, a daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Senator John McCain is trying to pressure Arizona’s four Republican House members to back broad changes to U.S. immigration law by getting the state’s most influential business and religious leaders to do it for him.
Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona predicted “a long period” of unrest and repression in Egypt in the face of U.S. inaction following the Egyptian military’s coup that deposed President Mohamed Mursi.
Senator John McCain said business and religious groups need to press reluctant House Republicans next month to back a revision of U.S. immigration law, saying he was “not happy with the effort so far.”