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Manny Pacquiao, Sen. Harry Reid met in DC before Prayer Breakfast

Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao is on the last leg of his U.S. visit after promoting his documentary and acting as one of the judges in the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant. He recently met with his friend Sen. Harry Reid in the U.S. Congress.

Op-Ed: CBO quietly admits Obamacare costs are incalculable

Washington - Part of the Obamacare mantra was that it would reduce the deficit. The Congressional Budget Office, supposedly bipartisan, said it was so. Now, the CBO says "never mind," to borrow a phrase from Roseanne Roseannadanna.

Reid: Boehner 'can't take yes for an answer' on shutdown

With the federal government shutdown now in its eighth day, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid expressed his frustration with the House GOP request for negotiations.

'Not in my Backyard' goes Nuclear, Yucca Flats battle resumes

Global warming complicates supplying enough energy for the world’s population. Nuclear energy was once thought capable of supplying huge amounts of clean, safe, and affordable energy. No one predicted all the problems resulting from nuclear waste.

Senator Reid maneuvers to reduce GOP filibuster tactics

Just hours after a contentious US presidential election that has reinstated divisions in many congressional corridors, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) moved to limit GOP filibusters.

Sen. Harry Reid called 'dirty liar' over tax accusation

Washington - Reince Priebus, the Republican Party's national chairman, didn’t just call Democrat Sen. Harry Reid, a liar; he called him a “dirty liar,” according to a Reuters report.

Sen. Rand Paul offers abortion amendment to flood insurance bill

Washington - What does abortion have to do with flood insurance you may ask? Well, that's what Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid would like to know as well.

Pacquiao-Bradley fight issues trigger revival of US boxing bill

Controversies stemming from the reported flawed officiating by judges of the recently-staged Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley fight have triggered a possible revival of a US boxing bill now pending in congress

Op-Ed: U.S. Senate Democrats; no budget better than our budget

While Democrats continue to demagogue Republicans as being extreme for passing a fiscal budget containing a paltry $61 billion in deficit spending cuts, many Americans wonder why Senate Democrats are afraid to even propose a budget.

Senator Harry Reid time for brothel ban in Nevada

Carson City - The U.S. Senate majority leader who has seen and lived through the more rustic days in Nevada wants a new image where red lights are for stop signs not legal sex trade areas.

Pacquiao mobbed, causes car accident on his way to White House

Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao and wife Jinkee were practically mobbed by passionate fans and mainstream media near the White House in Washington on his way to see US President Barack Obama.

President Obama passes on meeting with the Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama was in Washington this week meeting with politicians, scientists, and students. Notably missing from the schedule was President Obama who will meet with His Holiness after a November meeting with Chinese leader Hu Jintao.

U.S. Senate proposes 14-week unemployment extension

Two million Americans are facing a termination of unemployment benefits by the end of the year and Senate Democrats are racing to get a proposal done to extend benefits before the clock strikes midnight.

Senators seek six-month home buyer tax credit extenision Special

Senator Reid and Senator Ensign of Nevada co-sponsor a bill to extend the $8,000 first-time home buyer tax credit. The bill was also sponsored by Senator Ben Cardin.

Senator Reid discusses health care, religion with Nevada clergy Special

On Wednesday, Senator Harry Reid invited some of Nevada's Clergy and some members of the press to join him on a phone conference to speak on the health care issue.

Sen. Reid releases statement on his father's suicide 37 years ago

Senator Harry Reid released a passionate statement about his father who committed suicide in 1972 to kick off National Suicide Prevention Week.

Las Vegas Wetlands Park grows by another 112 acres

The Las Vegas 2,900-acre Wetlands Park was promised an additional 112 acres Friday. The land has been acquired by fining developers for disturbing environmentally sensitive areas.

$3.5 billion injected in Title 1 School Improvements Grants

Senator Reid and Secretary of Education Duncan announce that $3.5 billion will be injected into Title 1 School Improvements Grants today in Las Vegas.

Senator Harry Reid issues statement on passing of Ted Kennedy

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada has released a statement via email to Digital Journal on the passing of Ted Kennedy today.

World's largest shooting range opened today in North Las Vegas

The world's largest and most comprehensive shooting range opened in North Las Vegas. The massive range and support facilities cost $60 million to construct.

Senator Harry Reid releases statement on Ben Bernanke

Nevada Senator Harry Reid has issued a statement concerning the re-nomination of Ben Bernanke to chair the Federal Reserve by President Barack Obama.

Las Vegas going green and Senator Harry Reid is leading the show

Las Vegas is taking another gamble, but with an ace up their sleeve. The sun. Solar energy is abundant with 320 days of sunshine in the Mohave Desert. Senator Harry Reid leads a group tour to show off his stacked deck.

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An excavator carefully picks up a drum overpack containing lethal nuclear waste at the 618-10 Burial...
An excavator carefully picks up a drum overpack containing lethal nuclear waste at the 618-10 Burial Ground, one of Hanford's most hazardous.
Department of Energy
An excavator carefully picks up a drum overpack containing deadly nuclear waste at the 618-10 Burial...
An excavator carefully picks up a drum overpack containing deadly nuclear waste at the 618-10 Burial Ground, one of Hanford's most hazardous.
United States Department of Energy

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