sen. harry reid

I'm not in denial, I'm in withdrawal.
The Senate leader remembered the biggest moment of his political career and looked forward to his plan for retirement.
We do not treat engineers very nicely -- at least not those who are federal employees or contractors. The very politicians who lead in exhorting our young to become engineers are those who treat engineers as disposable workers
The Washington team's owner, Dan Snyder, refuses to change the offensive team name, even after the U.S. Patent and Trademark
Ya know what, Mr. Speaker? I actually don't feel sorry for you anymore. That you've humiliatingly ceded control of your House to Cruz and his Tea Party henchmen makes you inept and not worthy of your leadership position.
Republicans are possessed by an overpowering psychological compulsion to repeal Obamacare even at great cost and harm to America and the GOP despite forty-one previously failed legislative attempts to do so.
In 2010 Harry Reid was facing perhaps the toughest campaign of his five-decade political career. The Senate majority leader
While media attention has been focused on the "fiscal cliff," the January 1st vote and the upcoming debt ceiling battle, a more important vote is scheduled for the Senate next week: the reform of the Senate filibuster rules.
At Svinicki's first Senate confirmation hearing in 2008, Environment and Public Works Committee Chairwoman Barbara Boxer
The Senate majority's unified, strategic and forceful stand against ever-increasing minority obstruction holds the potential to be a game-changing event for the 112th Senate.
WASHINGTON -- Hours before the Senate is set to vote on Majority Leader Harry Reid's latest debt ceiling legislation, Minority
Reid said there is "no question" that lawmakers will have to work on a bipartisan basis to make progress. He called on GOP
2010-06-28-bothsides_pull.jpgMary and sit-in Wayne Barrett debate how March came in like a lamb and went out like a lion -- Shutdown Washington? Shutdown nuclear? Shutdown Gaddafii?
Certainly the benefits and risks inherent in a nuclear energy program are enormous. But such a program is important for the nation's future when all is said and done, in spite of the current reaction to events in Japan.
To begin to fix a broken system that serves a minority of big-money interests, the consensus of many organizing for real
A central lesson of the midterm elections is that an understaffed Administration cannot effectively communicate its accomplishments
I support equal pay for equal work. I voted in favor of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act last year because I believed the
How are voters supposed to make educated decisions about whom to vote for if candidates' lies go unchecked by the media in the theater that is the modern political debate?
"Leaving millions insecure, and millions more below the poverty line, is not good policy and it's certainly not something