The death of Senator John McCain is felt by millions across the nation.

On Friday, McCain's colleagues in national politics are honoring him in a formal ceremony. Then the public can pay their respects to him as his body lies in state.

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Saturday - National memorial service for McCain

7 a.m. - NBC Special Report of the National Cathedral service for McCain (The morning newscast will air on KTVD 6-9 a m.)

Watch as the procession leaves the Capitol. The McCain family will stop at the Vietnam War Memorial, where Cindy McCain will lay a wreath.

Meghan McCain will speak at this service, and son Jimmy McCain will read a poem. Other speakers include former Sen. Joe Libermam, Dr. Henry Kissinger as well as president George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

Songs include the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” “How Great Though Art,” “America the Beautiful,” and “Danny Boy,” sung by Renee Fleming.

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Wednesday - McCain at the Arizona State Capitol

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A rare honor in Arizona, McCain's body lies in state Wednesday. There was a private ceremony at 10 a.m. Watch that here: