Nevada gun rights advocate and 3rd Congressional District candidate Michele Fiore can make waves well outside the confines of her home turf.
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U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada on Thursday challenged Republicans to back up expressions of loyalty to presidential wannabe Donald Trump by voting on policies put forth by the billionaire businessman such as a ban on Muslims.
Clark County government's resolution for 2016 appears to be making sure everyone knows the Las Vegas Strip isn't actually in the city of Las Vegas.
Faraday Future's plans to build a $1 billion electric car manufacturing plant in North Las Vegas is viewed as positive by a national credit reporting firm.
Like a lot of people, Cesar Lopez was interested to hear what a presidential candidate had to say during a Las Vegas visit.
Broadcast nationwide on CNN, the GOP presidential debate held Tuesday in Las Vegas gave a coveted prime-time opportunity to nine candidates. CNN's transcript of the event shows that some candidates got only a fraction of the attention given to others.
Boulder City Police Chief Bill Conger said he won't be making any more statements regarding a scandal at the city's animal shelter, including to clarify remarks the city attorney contradicted.
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump appears to have some support among veterans in Las Vegas. But rules are still rules when you're starting a super political action committee.
A statement from the Nevada Assembly GOP caucus supporting other Republican leaders for demanding a review of federal safeguards before accepting more Syrian refugees was less than unanimous.
Vinny Spotleson, a former staffer for U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, has announced his bid for the Nevada Assembly in District 21.
Every politician wants to be viewed as a straight shooter. That's especially important for Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-Las Vegas, a candidate for the 3rd Congressional District.
The American Party of America is asking Silver State supporters for help get the new party qualified for the Nevada ballot.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has waded into the Planned Parenthood fetal tissue debate, sending a letter to the group's state affiliates asking for confirmation that they do not perform surgical abortions at their offices.
Conservative Republican Sharron Angle, who ran unsuccessfully against U.S. Harry Reid in his 2010 re-election campaign, is again taking her issues directly to voters with three initiative petitions to amend the state constitution.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus and a small group of House colleagues put "soft diplomacy" to practice on overseas trips this summer to countries still getting used to the idea of democracy.
The announcement Wednesday of a new veterans clinic for Pahrump came with a heaping side of politics over how credit should be apportioned.
With his retirement next year, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s days as a Capitol Hill power broker might be numbered. But on the fundraising trail the Nevadan evidently still can rake it in from Democratic special interests.
A bill that seeks a posthumous pardon for boxing legend Jack Johnson has advanced in Congress.
A new bill by U.S. Rep. Joe Heck would allow “Hispanic-serving” colleges to tap federal grant money to help students trying to get into medical schools.
Major party presidential candidates, particularly in the crowded Republican field, might have a tough time getting press attention this election cycle, but they have nothing on Dennis Andrew Ball.
Congress is on a path to extend for another year a restriction on the Interior Department’s potential listing of the sage grouse as an endangered or threatened species, but efforts by some Western Republicans to place stronger checks on the department have run into complications.
A recording of Republican Rep. Cresent Hardy making an inartful reference to the disabled during a speech in Las Vegas was seized by Nevada Democrats last week as fodder for an attack on the freshman congressman who’s their No. 1 target in the 2016 elections.
A group called the WeDecideCoalition.com has been formed to put Gov. Brian Sandoval’s revenue plan on the 2016 ballot as a voter referendum.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., on May 13 reintroduced a bill that would name one of the peaks of Frenchman Mountain to the east of Las Vegas for President Ronald Reagan. The peak would become known as Mount Reagan.
Las Vegas City Council members on Tuesday didn’t blink while passing a $524 general fund budget, but they did spend the better part of an hour weighing different ways to pay for the transfer of neighborhood service staffers to three council offices.
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