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Harry Reid Goes Down Fighting

With the bruised-and-battered Democratic leader's resignation, the Senate loses one of its toughest and most fascinating characters.  

For Environmentalists, Reid an Ally Unlikely to Be Replaced

With Harry Reid departing as the Senate's most powerful Democrat, environmental groups are applauding his green record, mourning the loss of a key ally, and watching warily f...

After Schock Scandal, House Will Review Expense Rules

The House Administration Committee will study the way members are allowed to use their office budgets.

'Harry, This Is Barack': Reid Gets a Surprise Call-in on Public Radio

The Senate minority leader discussed his recent retirement announcement on the air Friday.

Conservative Group on Earth Hour—Keep Your Lights On and Get Hype About Bitcoin

Also acceptable: Talk about guitars and plug private finance for college.

Ethics Committee Launches Investigation of Ed Whitfield

The panel will probe whether his wife, a Humane Society lobbyist, improperly influenced his legislative work.

Reid Exit Turns Nevada Race Into Wild Card

Democrats were prepared to lean on Reid's famed fundraising and tactical skills to overcome his unpopularity. The GOP was prepping an anti-Reid strategy. Now, it all goes out t...

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.

Chuck Schumer's Path to Democratic Leader Looks Clear

Durbin won't run, and Reid has endorsed the New Yorker to succeed him.

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.

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