Reid said the only way the U.S. can move forward is to admit torture occurred.
The bill directs DHS to establish guidelines for all federal agencies the event that government data is leaked.
"It is a second-class piece of work that isn't worth the paper it is written on," the senator said.
The senator said the current beef check-off program allows more “grassroots involvement.”
The senator released a report saying the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission made mistakes.
The senator said he wants the CEO of General Motors to testify before Congress about faulty parts.
The senator said a new report fails to show that terrorism prevention centers are worth the federal funds.
The senator said Wall Street banks are risking the health of the U.S. economy by getting involved in physical commodities.
Senators called for improvements to federal homeless assistance programs.
Senate Democrats demanded the Department of Education protect students studying abroad.