Lazy members of the Senate are facing the possibility of having to work on Christmas like millions of their Americans. Majority Leader Harry Reid threatened to cancel the Senate's Christmas vacation if they don't get their work done before the holiday.
in response to the House investigation proving there was no Benghazi coverup, Republicans, looking for a different answer want a Senate investigation
It may have been Democrat Howard Dean who said not long ago that if given a choice between voting for a Republican, or a Republican-lite, voters of both parties will always opt for the real Republican; because they cannot trust a Democrat pandering for votes as a Republican. It is a lesson Senator Mary Landrieu, and soon-to-be-former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, would do well to heed.
During his appearance on Fox News Sunday, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) shut down host Chris Wallace's attempt to get him to agree with Republican talking points regarding the Keystone XL pipeline.
On Thursday, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) announced that Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) will take over as Chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, replacing Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO).
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) star is on the rise. Future Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is in talks with Warren to create a special Senate Democratic leadership position just for her.
In a move that mirrors their failed midterm election strategy, Senate Democrats are trying save Sen. Mary Landrieu's job by voting on approval of the Keystone XL pipeline next week.
Democrats aren't taking their Election Night loss sitting down. Sen. Harry Reid, and several outside groups are doubling their efforts in a declaration of war against the Koch brothers.
In a Quinnipiac poll last week, the firm showed Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) ahead of the incumbent Democrat Mark Udall by seven points, 46% to 39%. However, Monday's results showed the race a lot tighter, with Gardner's lead shrinking to two points, 45% to 43%.
In fact, there is very little that Ted Cruz even likes about this country, including the United States Constitution, that he would burn to the ground in a hot second if he were able.
Kevin Williamson's article, titled 'Five Reasons Why You're Too Dumb To Vote,' claimed that the first reason someone would be too dumb to vote is if they got their voting advice from Lena Dunham.
Republicans are big on dog whistle politics, particularly going into a midterm election where they have no apparent agenda to run on, and as is usually the case with Republicans, they are appealing to a dependable voting bloc that are rabid over socially conservative (read religious) issues.
After Senate Republicans had blocked a constitutional amendment that would have overturned Citizens United, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) called the Koch victory a defeat for democracy.
In an article published Tuesday in the E&E Daily, a Beltway publication devoted to environmental and energy issues, Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) stated that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid "runs the Senate like a plantation."
Senate Republicans blocked a bill today that would potentially bring millions of jobs back to the United States by refusing to end tax breaks for companies who outsource jobs.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) unloaded on Speaker of the House John Boehner on the Senate floor. Reid called Boehner's lawsuit against President Obama a joke, a sham, and something that Judge Judy would throw out in half a second.
Tuesday night Rep. James Lankford (R-OK) easily defeated former Oklahoma House Speaker TW Shannon in Oklahoma's US Senate Republican primary. Lankford will move on to the general election this November.
A group of eight Senate Republicans have written a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid him for the release of American POW Bowe Bergdahl.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) took to the Senate floor today to rip into Dick Cheney for pushing more war with Iraq. Reid said, "To be on the wrong side of Dick Cheney is to be on the right side of history."
We're number one. No, not in education, health or any other social programs, but in gun crimes. As of June 10, 2014, there have been 117 mass shootings in the United States this year.