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If the last few weeks are any indication, the next two years should be interesting.

In polling, large numbers of Americans seem not to know who Harry Reid is.

He's no Mike Mansfield.

For an incumbent, he had a lot of close races.

What happens when you mention two names on the Senate floor more than 134 times? Pretty much nothing, actually.

  • Jeff Simon
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  • May 20, 2014
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Yup. Seven whole minutes.

Inside the mind of the man who is trying to make the Koch brothers a household name.

Harry Reid once blacklisted Jon Ralston. Then he un-blacklisted him. Then he did it again.

The Senate Majority Leader sounds like he's ready to change the filibuster rules. But, we've seen this movie before. Does it end differently this time?

  • Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
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  • Jul 15, 2013
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