FILE – In this Nov. 15, 1990, file photo Sens. John Glenn D-Ohio, left, Dennis DeConccini, D-Ariz., and John McCain, R-Ariz., right, arrive at the Senate Ethics committee hearing room o

 

              FILE – In this Nov. 15, 1990, file photo Sens. John Glenn D-Ohio, left, Dennis DeConccini, D-Ariz., and John McCain, R-Ariz., right, arrive at the Senate Ethics committee hearing room o
FILE – In this Nov. 15, 1990, file photo Sens. John Glenn D-Ohio, left, Dennis DeConccini, D-Ariz., and John McCain, R-Ariz., right, arrive at the Senate Ethics committee hearing room on Capitol Hill. Five senators are to face charges that they took part in alleged influence peddling to help former savings and loan owner Charles H. Keating, Jr. From the "Keating Five" scandal, one of the more celebrated congressional ethics cases, to more recent investigations, members of Congress have regularly run into trouble over the question of when helping a supporter crosses a line into impropriety. (AP Photo/John Duricka, File)