Harry Reid's file:

Democrat from Nevada

Harry Reid is the Majority Leader in the U.S. Senate.

Recent statements involving Harry Reid

Congress used earmarks "for more than 200 years."

The Koch brothers are "the richest people in the world. Individually, they're only fifth. Put them together they're the richest in the world."

On changing the rules for filibusters on presidential nominees

"In the history of the United States, 168 presidential nominees have been filibustered, 82 blocked under President Obama, 86 blocked under all the other presidents."

The sequester has "already lost 1.6 million jobs."

Recent stories featuring Harry Reid

How many billionaires support the Democratic vs. Republican parties?:

Harry Reid said Democrats don't have many billionaire supporters compared with Republicans. That got us combing through the available data -- which is far from complete. A lot of campaign spending still happens without public disclosure.

In Context: Obamacare "train wreck":

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, a strident critic of Obamacare, likes to say that even strong supporters of the health care law have called its implementation a "train wreck."

When he recently repeated the comment, attributing it to Obamacare backers Max Baucus and Harry Reid, we decided it was time for In Context, a closer look at what the two Democratic senators said.

Storm, mitigation claims checked by Truth-O-Meters:

A look back at claims about Tropical Storm Irene, role of FEMA funding after natural disasters

Mailbag: Party conventions edition:

As we kicked into high gear for the party conventions, our readers were right there with us, challenging and cheering our work.

Do dog catchers have to release their tax returns?:

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid said Mitt Romney "couldn’t be confirmed as a dog catcher" because he has refused to release multiple years of tax returns. Our colleagues at PolitiFact.com checked the requirements for dog catchers and others in government.

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