Mitch McConnell has found himself vexed by Democratic delaying tactics he himself honed in the minority, presidential aspirants with their own agendas and conservative firebrands demanding their say.
When Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) retires after this term, there's at least one career he won't be pursuing: lobbying. “I would rather be taken to Singapore and caned,” Reid told Politico in an interview published Friday. Reid later tweeted about the interview: I was just being honest. Show More Summary
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid sat down with Politico to discuss the trade deal he hates and what the Senate is like with Mitch McConnell. The longtime senator also briefly discussed his retirement plans. When asked if he would think about lobbying, Reid replied, “I would rather be taken to Singapore and... More »
WASHINGTON -- The push by President Barack Obama and Republicans for gigantic new trade deals meets the definition of insanity, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) charged in a Senate floor speech Wednesday. The president andShow More Summary
By Reid Wilson -- The Senate will try again today to pass trade promotion authority after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Harry Reid announced a deal that will give Democrats a separate vote on Chinese currency manipulation. Once that bill is taken care of, the Senate will vote on TPA. Obama spoke with […]
In the wake of the suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is calling on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to act on having the name of the Washington Redskins changed. According to aShow More Summary
Not the Onion….. Harry Reid blasted the NFL for suspending Tom Brady while ignoring “racist” Redskins name. Wow. The race-baiting never ends. The Hill reported: Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is slamming the NFL’s priorities as out of whack … Continue reading ?
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) continued his prosecution of the Washington Football Team for its racist name during his opening remarks Tuesday morning, prompted by the NFL's punishment of the New England Patriots over ball deflation.
Senators pay tribute to historian, retiring after 4 decades Consulted by reporters, senators, staff and luminaries alike, Ritchie has authored more than a dozen books, including three textbooks, said Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. Author...Show More Summary
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, at odds once again Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is working to up-end Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's plan to quickly pass fast-track authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Top Senate Republicans made it clear Tuesday that in spite of threats from Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), they don't intend to address a bill on the nation’s transportation infrastructure -- at least not before...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is putting the brakes on a Senate effort to push through a controversial trade deal, saying that Democrats will block the measure until the Senate deals first with a stalled infrastructure...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Baltimore's violent protests are an understandable response to a system that's rigged in favor of the rich and leaves young people with little hope or opportunity, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said Tuesday...Show More Summary
Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) delivered a sharply worded speech Tuesday calling for criminal justice reform and a robust jobs agenda in the wake of riots in Baltimore that followed the funeral of a resident who died while in police custody. "No American should ever feel like their life is not valued," Reid […]
WASHINGTON -- In early April, John Hinderaker, one of the main authors of the conservative blog Power Line, wrote a story alleging that Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) had not been injured in an accident involving broken exercise equipment, as he said he was. Show More Summary
Harry Reid really, really doesn't like former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass). After repeatedly clashing with Brown in the Senate, the retiring minority leader took one last shot at him in a New Yorker article about the legacy of Elizabeth Warren, who succeeded Brown in Congress. Show More Summary
In January, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was seriously injured while he was exercising with a resistance band. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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.