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How Harry Reid Stacks Up Against Other Senate Leaders

Harry Reid is the seventh longest-serving leader in the Senate

Sorry, Progressives: Elizabeth Warren Is Not Interested in Running for Democratic Leader

After Harry Reid's announced retirement Friday, liberal groups asked Warren to run for Senate minority leader.

Harry Reid Saved Obamacare—but at a Price That Could Still Kill It

The Senate leader rescued the bill when it looked doomed. But the messy process gave its opponents new life in court.

Reid's Departure Creates Opportunity for Hispanic Successor

Senate Democrats have surprisingly few minorities in their ranks. Why Reid will be focused on recruiting a Hispanic candidate to change that dynamic.

The Eight Craziest Stories About Harry Reid

The Democratic leader, who announced Friday he won't run for reelection, has a history of throwing punches, both real and rhetorical.

For Democrats, the Leadership Scramble Begins

Schumer is seen as the front-runner over Durbin, but Reid's exit could lead to jockeying for lower positions.

This Is How TSA Decides if You Might Be Acting Like a Terrorist

Next time you travel, be careful not to complain about airport security.

Senator Harry Reid's Career in Photos

A look back at his career highlights so far.

Republicans With a College Degree Are Less Likely to Worry About Global Warming

Education appears to deepen the divide between Democrats and Republicans over climate change.

Harry Reid Will Not Seek Reelection in 2016

The Nevada Democrat said Friday his recent accident put things into perspective, but he warned his Republican colleagues not to get too excited.

Behind the Viral Campaign to Put a Woman on the $20 Bill

A New York businesswoman has sunk her retirement savings on the chance to change the twenty. Already, she says it's been worth it.

When Universities Try to Be Helpful Big Brothers

As schools gather more and more data about students, these professors want to use the information to personalize their teaching.

What Does 27 Weeks of Unemployment Do To A Person?

Though the economy is improving, a third of those still looking for work have been jobless for more than six months.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz

How well do you know your politics? 

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