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A Las Vegas man claims he started a false rumor that the injuries suffered by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid several months ago were the result of an attack by Reid's brother, not an exercise accident. Larry Pfeifer, a 50-year-old former consultant in the nightclub and entertainment industry, said he...
Pretty damned funny: A Las Vegas man claims he started a false rumor that the injuries suffered by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid several months ago were the result of an attack by Reid’s brother, not an exercise accident. Larry Pfeifer,...Show More Summary
"While I’m pleased that Ms. Lynch will be confirmed as attorney general, her nomination process is proof of all that is wrong with Republican leadership." — Senator Harry Reid, the Democratic minority leader.
Harry Reid, relieved from his duties as Senate Majority Leader by voters in November, seems not to have gotten the memo. Demoted but not diminished, the minority leader is pursuing his role as chief conservative crazymaker with newfound passion. “The answer is not only no, but hell no,” he told... More »
Two young, Hispanic candidates in Nevada with ties to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid will vie for Nevada’s fourth congressional district in the 2016 Democratic primary. The GOP captured the seat last year in an upset win during the Republican midterm wave.
WASHINGTON -- Bipartisanship isn't the only thing flourishing on Capitol Hill. The budding bromance between Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) hit another level on Wednesday, after the Republican presidential...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
Former White House press secretary Dana Perino excoriated Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) in an interview on her time in the George W. Bush White House, The Hill reports. Said Perino: “He’s an absolutely poisonous figure in Washington D.C., [...]
?When US Senate minority leader Harry Reid announced his imminent retirement last month, all eyes looked to Yucca Mountain. The long-time Senator from Nevada has spent much of his career opposing a long-term nuclear waste storage facility proposed at the desert site. Show More Summary
Billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch have a history of financially supporting Republican candidates and causes -- and doing so found themselves the subject of Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's (D-NV) fierce criticisms last year. And today, they reportedly revealed who they're supporting in the 2016 GOP primary: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) called out Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Monday, saying his leadership didn't work. "Well first of all, Harry's a good man," Manchin said while appearing on MSNBC’s "Morning Joe." "His leadership and the things he thought would work did not. 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
Rachel Maddow on Thursday earned a rare interview with Harry Reid, offering the Senate Minority Leader softball questions on the need for more women in Congress. Yet, the same woman who, in the past, has railed against "McCarthyism," failed to challenge the high profile Democrat on his baseless, guilty-until-proven-innocent smear against Mitt Romney. Show More Summary
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) “has dug in on Loretta Lynch’s nomination to be attorney general, highlighting his willingness to play hard ball with the Democratic minority,” The Hill reports. “His maneuvers on Lynch shed light on how he [...]
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...
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...