The NRSC is hoping they can land Rep. Joe Heck Leading Off: • NV-Sen: Rep. Joe Heck has repeatedly said that he doesn't want to run for Harry Reid's open Senate seat next year, but national Republicans have never given up hope that they can change his mind. Show More Summary
Today's comic by Matt Bors is The Whiteness Fairy: Dana Perino still flapping her gums. This time it's about Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid: “He’s an absolutely poisonous figure in Washington, D.C., he’s been a disaster for the country,”...Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry Dana Perino, White House press secretary under President George W. Bush, doesn't like Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). In fact, she has called him “poisonous.”“He’s an absolutely poisonous figure in Washington,...Show More Summary
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid has a profound grasp of Senate procedure and a new nothing-left-to-lose attitude that is going to make Republican leader Mitch McConnell's job for the next year and a half a living hell. Starting with...Show More Summary
As day 150 of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch’s wait for a vote to replace current AG Eric Holder began, it looked like political pressure and a procedural threat from Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) might have sufficiently loosened the jar to ensure Lynch a confirmation vote some time next week. That didn’t stop [...]
The full video and transcript of Rachel Maddow's interview with Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid talks with Rachel Maddow about how the Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United has hurt American politics, and discusses...
Rachel Maddow asks Senator Harry Reid about the story of Senator John McCain once threatening to
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid tells Rachel Maddow how the Senate changed as a greater number of female senators were elected, and why he thinks the...
Frank Thorp, NBC News Capitol Hill producer, talks with Rachel Maddow about Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's threat to force a confirmation vote on...
Harry Reid's patience on the Loretta Lynch nomination is wearing thin. In fact, he has an idea about how to "force" a vote despite Republican objections.
Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) continues to make the most out of his upcoming retirement. He just doesn't need to pull any punches anymore, and Harry Reid unleashed might be the best thing to happen to politics in a long time. His summation of the Republican field of presidential contenders. "I don't really care," he said, when asked about the GOP field. Show More Summary
Because the NRA convention is a place to talk about using your gun to shoot people you don’t agree with. Nugent mused aloud at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting this past weekend about shooting Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid. Nugent is on the gun group’s board of directors and was asked about the NRA’s [...]
Senator Harry Reid is usually a careful political animal, but now that he doesn't have to worry about being sandbagged in 2016, he's letting his hair down a bit. With regard to the 2016 GOP Klown Kar, Reid said, "I don't care. I think...Show More Summary
Sen. Harry Reid (D-Boxing Ring) has rarely shied away from using his smack-talking Stern Words to smack-talk, sternly, but now that he is officially retiring at the end of this term, he really does NOT give an aerodynamic fuck at a mobile pastry. Read more on Harry Reid Talking So Much Sht About Everybody Now, Does Not Give A Flying Fck…
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is knocking Rush Limbaugh for saying he was beaten up. Going ten rounds with CNBC’s John Harwood, outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said he didn’t care who the GOP nominee ended up being, because “they’re all losers,” and called his replacement, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) a [...]
During remarks at the National Rifle Association annual meeting, NRA board member Ted Nugent shared an analogy that involved him shooting Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid. Nugent, who is also a spokesperson for Outdoor Channel, referenced...Show More Summary
Catherine Cortez Masto (at left) Leading Off: • NV-Sen: On Wednesday, former Democratic Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto announced that she would run to succeed retiring Sen. Harry Reid. The DSCC quickly endorsed her and Reid gave her his support before she even publicly expressed interest. Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Former Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto says she will run for Harry Reid's Senate seat in 2016. Cortez Masto was elected attorney general in 2006 and served two terms but could not run again due to term limits.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid still can't see out of his right eye after an accident in the gym earlier this year. "I'm sightless in my right eye," he told Univision host Jorge Ramos, in an interview Tuesday. But he also said he's not scared. Show More Summary