Arizona Senator John McCain died of brain cancer Saturday at the age of 81. McCain served on Capitol Hill for more than three decades, and became the Republican presidential nominee in 2008. A former Navy pilot, he was shot down and captured in Vietnam, spending more than five years as a prison of war. In this hour, we'll look back at McCain's life, legacy, and reputation as a political "maverick". We'll also preview the week ahead in Washington.
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It Would Take Only a Single Senator (The Atlantic)