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2 hrs ago | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
More than 100,000 New Yorkers who have been out of work more than 26 weeks are on the verge of another financial setback.
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6 hrs ago | KFBB
A comprehensive defense bill that would crack down on sexual assault in the military and add protections for victims headed toward Senate passage on Thursday.
6 hrs ago | The Spectrum
Former Attorney General John Swallow intentionally deleted electronic records and fabricated other documents to throw off any inquiry into his dealings with businessmen, a special investigator told Utah lawmakers Thursday.
6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
As reported on Thursday, December 18th by the Associated Press in ABC News, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid supports Congress extending emergency unemployment for the over 4 million individuals across the United States who exhausted their 26 weeks of state benefits.
10 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
A bipartisan group of US senators on Thursday introduced new sanctions legislation that Iran has warned could "kill" its interim nuclear agreement with the six world powers.
10 hrs ago | Politico
The debate over whether to impose new sanctions on Iran continues to divide top Democrats as the Senate prepares to break for the Christmas holiday.
10 hrs ago | The Jackson Sun
Senate majority leader Harry Reid is the latest politician to say that the Washington pro football club should change its team name.
13 hrs ago | Reno Gazette-Journal
And it was over something a politician had done. And these were body-shaking, good tears! Mea culpa to Sen. Harry Reid and team, and to any other elected official in whom I had lost all faith and who merit keeping some.
17 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
Senate Democrats are hoping to cut a deal with Republicans to confirm four of President Barack Obama's nominees this week and punt the rest to next year -- a plan that, if everything goes smoothly, would send senators home for the holidays as soon as Friday morning, a top Democratic aide told The Huffington Post.
The U.S. Senate is planning to vote as soon as January to delay flood insurance hikes for many policyholders in Louisiana and nationwide, Sen. Mary Landrieu confirmed Wednesday.
A presidential advisory panel has recommended sweeping limits on the government's surveillance programs, including requiring a court to sign off on individual searches of phone records and stripping the National Security Agency of its ability to store that data from Americans.
Judiciary Chairman Patrick J. Leahy signaled Wednesday that he's open to changing the way his committee handles nominations after facing another procedural blockade from Republicans.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says in a new interview that he would like as Senate majority leader potentially through another full six-year term in the Senate.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid thinks the healthcare law will ultimately help Senate Democrats in 2014 even though some incumbents fear a backlash at the polls.
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Barack Obama, speaks to a group of educators at the White House, Nov. 21, 2013 in Washington, D.C. The White House is backing a bipartisan proposal in the Senate to temporarily extend emergency unemployment benefits, with plans to mount a public campaign in coming weeks to gain support for the measure.
Sen. John McCain was not happy when Senate Democrats led by Sen. Harry Reid decided to pull the trigger on the "nuclear option" limiting the minority's ability to block presidential judicial nominees.
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid with Sen. Claire McCaskill after a budget vote on Dec. 17, 2013 in Washington, DC.
When it didn't matter that a majority of senators finally got up the guts to support something their constituents, as opposed to the interest groups, wanted - it wasn't going to happen, because of those ancient, traditional, hallowed rules.