New Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) promised senators late last year that he'd return to the "regular order" of debate and amendments that his predecessor, Democrat Harry Reid of Nevada, had abandoned. But as the Senate struggled to finish work last week on a bill to clear the...
Yes, we have some major problems with the Senate but there was a little good news coming out of the upper chamber this week. The new Senate Majority Leader, Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell, has gone back to allowing the minorityShow More Summary
Barack Obama hasn't needed to wield his veto pen very often during the first six years of his presidency. With Democrats holding a majority in the Senate for that entire time, then-Majority Leader Harry Reid could hold up any bills that weren't favored by Obama. Show More Summary
Last week, Senate majority leader Harry Reid broke his ribs and his face in a mysterious "exercise accident." Now, Harry Reid is speaking out on what the hell happened. We still don't get it. Read more...
The 75-year-old Senate majority leader (D-Nev.) broke three ribs and suffered a concussion after a resistance band he was using to exercise snapped. The band also hit him in the eye, and he announced today that the accident may have left him blind in one eye. Show More Summary
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) suffered broken facial bones and ribs during a fall on exercise equipment at home. He was taken to St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson, Nevada, then transferred to the University Medical Center in Las Vegas where he was admitted, then released Friday after overnight observation. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid broke ribs and facial bones when a piece of exercise equipment malfunctioned during a workout at his Henderson, Nevada, home, his office said in a statement on Friday....Show More Summary
This is not the most dignified way to step down as Senate majority leader.
Reid suffered an accident in 2011 when he fell during an exercise run. Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) suffered broken ribs and broken bones in his face when a resistance band he was working out with broke during … Continue reading ?
Outgoing Senate Majority leader Harry Reid was kept overnight in a Nevada hospital after breaking "a number of ribs and bones in his face" while exercising, CNN reports: The Nevada Democrat was using a piece of equipment to exercise on...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid suffered broken bones in his ribs and face when a piece of exercise equipment malfunctioned during a workout at his Henderson, Nevada, home, his office said in a statement on Friday. Reid, a Democrat, was taken to a hospital in Henderson by his security detail for...
While we await today's update of the Glorious Leader's Hawaiian vacation, here is an update from Nevada on the outgoing senate majority leader's health condition. From ABC: Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid was injured today in an accident while exercising at his home in Henderson, Nevada. Show More Summary
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid broke "a number of ribs and bones in his face" while exercising last night in his Henderson, Nevada home. Read more...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was hospitalized Thursday night in Nevada after suffering broken ribs and face bones during a fall on exercise equipment at his Las Vegas home, his office said Friday.
On Thursday, outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was hospitalized after a piece of exercise equipment he was using broke and he fell, breaking several ribs and facial bones. Reid was at his home in Henderson, Nevada, when the accident occurred, NBC News reports. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid suffered broken ribs and facial bones in an exercising accident at his Nevada home, his office said in a statement on Friday. Reid, a Democrat, was taken to a hospital in Henderson, Nevada, for treatment after being injured when a piece of exercise equipment broke while he was using it. Show More Summary
Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was hospitalized Thursday.
Thank you Ted Cruz: Over the weekend Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) went to battle with Democrats, but his gambit backfired and ironically gave Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and President Barack Obama an unexpected Christmas gift. It began on Friday evening, when Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) were close to securing […]
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) It's been two decades since the Senate confirmed as many judges as it is currently on track to do in 2014. If Democrats succeed at confirming the 12 judges Majority Leader Harry Reid is trying to get votes on before the Senate goes home for Christmas, the year's total will be 88, the highest since 1994. Show More Summary
As he tries to keep enough senators in town for long enough to hold confirmation votes for several of President Obama's nominees, Majority Leader Harry Reid expressed his sympathy for senators who want to go home, saying that "I haven't been home... Show More Summary