McCain biographer Matt Welch talks about the Arizona Republican's latest book and personal crusades.
One reason the national political press has almost always liked the Arizona maverick? He shares their disdain for the conservative media bubble.
The Arizona senator goes out shooting against the Paul family, even as he and the Kentucky senator make common cause on Gina Haspel.
As the Senate prepares to vote on Gina Haspel's nomination, senators call for more transparency on torture and her role in it.
"I have to accept my share of the blame for it," the ailing senator writes in a new book, even while defending several other interventions and surges.
In the Arizona senator's waning days, it's an open question whether his familiar vision of a robustly interventionist America idealistically leading the international trading order will survive in Donald Trump's GOP.
Now that it's out, nobody's minds seem to have changed.
McCain and Jeff Flake are right to slam the president’s juvenile rhetoric, but questionably blame Trump for global trends while neglecting the press crackdowns of his predecessor.
Rand Paul squares off against John McCain yet again on military spending, in a fight that could derail both the budget and tax reform.
The ailing senator is right that "half-baked, spurious nationalism" is wrong. But so is his brand of hawkish intervention.
Reason's Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Eric Boehm, and Andrew Heaton discuss the president's NFL feud, Graham-Cassidy, and tax reform.
A looming Senate deadline might push holdout Republican senators over the line.
Kentucky senator talks about his vote on intervention-authorizations, says John McCain “has never met a war he wasn't interested in getting the U.S. involved in,” and worries about “these generals whispering in” Trump’s “ears every day.”
Trump's rescinding of DACA has produced widespread condemnation and a demand that Congress act to reform immigration.
Behold a squabbling but still powerful coalition of nationalist authoritarians, immovable interventionists, finger-in-the-wind opportunists, and vastly outnumbered libertarian-leaners.
As people rightly freak out over a president invoking nuclear war, a trip through recent history shows widespread support for pre-emptive bombing.
Reason editors discuss the president's management casualties, free speech on Twitter, blowing up Mt. Rushmore, and more.
Listen to Sirius XM Insight channel 121 for discussion on civil asset forfeiture, Steve Bannon, John McCain,
Dunkirk, and New York’s grotesque subway