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How else to explain his public dissatisfaction with the job of playing straight man to a president who treats him like a White House butler? Maybe, since he does not need the job to be covered by Obamacare, the vice president might be better off quitting and devoting his time to writing poetry.
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Glenn Beck's radio co-host Pat Gray on Monday published a blistering commentary piece claiming Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is "the worst living human being on the planet."
Passionate debate centered on whether to remove authority for such prosecutions from the military chain of command.
Nevada's senators ended up on the losing side of a months-long fight to change the way the military prosecutes cases of sexual assault.
It is a word that will be strewn brazenly across the comments below the fold of this very piece; the flag that is now raised before our national symposia may proceed; and the tired, flat clarion call that serves as the unmelodious overture to an increasingly populous parade of folly and of ambition.
Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., leaves the podium after addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference, March 6, 2014 at National Harbor, Md.
Senate Chaplain Barry Black is a popular figure on Capitol Hill, with a following that tracks his daily comments and choice of bowtie on Twitter.
Republicans think Harry Reid is running the Senate like a dictator: His no-compromise style is almost like Vladimir Putin's, and his inflammatory rhetoric is reminiscent of the Joe McCarthy era.
One thing both his political friends and foes may agree on - Harry Reid plays for keeps.
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. -- Millions of dollars in federal firefighting grant money has still not been paid out, and now the fight is being taken to the highest levels of our government.
The Senate may hold two long-awaited votes by the end of the week on military sexual assaults, ending a divisive debate that has divided both parties while also creating some unusual bipartisan alliances.
Assemblywoman Lucy Flores announces her candidacy for Nevada lieutenant governor during an event on March 1 at the College of Southern Nevada's Cheyenne campus in North Las Vegas.
Senior counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Debo Adegbile testifies during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee January 8, 2014 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown invited the stars of anti-ObamaCare attack ads to a New Hampshire Republican dinner with him this month.
An especially cold winter has made it a challenge to move home heating fuel quickly enough to meet increased demand, particularly in Pennsylvania and other eastern states, but help could be on the way if the U.S. Senate follows the House's lead.
Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, here attending a Veterans Day observance in Little Rock on Nov. 11, 2013, has said he would vote against a bill to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10.