Donald Trump claims to love the military. So why can’t he stop disrespecting veterans?

Trump's attacks on Adm. Bill McRaven are just the latest instances of the supposedly pro-military president disrespecting the military.

All the president’s men deny authoring bombshell ‘Times’ op-ed about protecting US from Trump

Pence, Pompeo and Coats all say they weren't behind the anonymous piece Trump says amounts to "TREASON."

Former Sen. Jon Kyl to replace John McCain in the Senate

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey will announce on Tuesday that he’s appointing former Sen. Jon Kyl to fill the Senate vacancy left by John McCain’s Aug. 25 death, the 'Arizona Republic' reported.

Rep. Eric Swalwell: John McCain left a roadmap, let’s honor him by following it

Senator McCain was a man of action, and we should honor him with action.

John McCain buried at Naval Academy, where he began his life of public service

Following a week of public ceremonies, Sen. John McCain will be laid to rest during a private memorial service.

Trump rage tweets about NAFTA throughout McCain funeral

Uninvited to McCain funeral, Trump tweets throughout ceremony.

Obama remembers McCain in stirring eulogy: “We never doubted we were on the same team”

Obama hails McCain as a "patriot who embodied so much of what was best in America."

George W. Bush on McCain: “His absence is tangible like the silence after a mighty roar”

“In one epic life was written the courage and greatness of our country.”

Meghan McCain rips Trump in powerful eulogy: John McCain’s America “was already great”

“The America of John McCain does not need to be made great again, because America was always great.”

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration that aren’t about John McCain

While Trump lashed out on Twitter and continued to feud with late Sen. John McCain, administration officials left the White House and the Department of Education crafted new sexual harassment rules.

Today in Trump’s America: Can Trump hold off attacks on McCain at his Indiana rally?

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is set to announce a new policy to give more rights to students accused of sexual assault, harassment and even rape, the New York Times reported Thursday.

Today in Trump’s America: Manafort reportedly sought plea deal for second trial

Trump’s praise for his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort as a “brave man” who “refused to break” may have come too soon.

Mic Daily: Trump finally releases a statement on John McCain — and other top stories of the day

Mic Daily brings you a cross section of our most vital stories of the day.

Two days after John McCain’s death, Trump finally issues a statement

The statement comes after Trump faced a torrent of criticism for his silence on McCain’s death, as well as the White House’s decision to raise the flag, rather than fly it at half-staff.

#StopKavanaugh protesters march in huge numbers as lawmakers try new tactics to thwart confirmation

Americans across the country and Democratic senators alike are mobilizing to stop Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.

John McCain takes final swipe at Donald Trump in statement released after his death

“We weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with rivalries that have sown resentment and hatred and violence in all the corners of the globe,” McCain wrote.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump refused to make a statement honoring McCain’s service and heroism

Even in death, President Donald Trump continued his feud with the late Sen. John McCain.

Coming up this week in politics: Arizona votes days after McCain’s passing as Trump heads to Indiana

Trump will deal with the fallout from a legally troubling week with a visit from the Kenyan president and trips to Indiana and North Carolina.

Trump’s and Obama’s statements on the death of John McCain could not be more different

Politicians and loved ones spoke out in honor of Sen. John McCain in the wake of his passing.

With McCain’s death, the GOP has lost its last true “maverick”

With the death of Sen. John McCain, the Republican Party has lost one of its only remaining independent leaders.

John McCain dies at 81 after battle with brain cancer

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) died Saturday after a battle with brain cancer, his office announced, just four days shy of his 82nd birthday.

McCain’s right-wing critics still won’t let up — even as he ends his battle with brain cancer

McCain's family announced the ailing senator has discontinued treatment for his aggressive brain cancer.

Lindsey Graham used to be one of Trump’s most vocal Republican critics. What happened?

Graham once said there'd be "holy hell" to pay if Trump fired Sessions. Now, he's giving the president the political cover to do so.

Mic Daily: Sen. John McCain discontinues brain cancer treatment — and other stories of the day

Mic Daily brings you a cross section of our most vital stories of the day.

John McCain discontinues brain cancer treatment, his family says

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has discontinued medical treatment for the brain cancer he was diagnosed with last year, McCain’s family announced in a statement Friday morning.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: What more could Vladimir Putin have asked for?

Trump triggers massive backlash in a "disgraceful" meeting with Vladimir Putin.

Why the Magnitsky Act — and Bill Browder — continues to be the biggest thorn in Putin’s side

Browder's been the driving force behind sanctions that he says have put Putin's "entire wealth at risk."

Republicans rebuke Trump on Putin summit, but does their criticism have any teeth?

Republicans have criticized Trump's performance in the Helsinki summit, but Democrats are demanding action.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Beg your pardon, but Mueller isn’t done with Manafort yet

Manafort faced new charges as Trump floated the power to pardon himself.

The White House seems more upset about leak than aide’s joke about John McCain dying

The White House won't apologize for an aide joking that McCain's "dying anyway."