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Reid plans to remain as leader

Eight months away from key elections where Democrats could lose their Senate majority -- or surprise pundits with a show of strength -- Sen. Harry Reid is signaling he plans to remain the party's leader "no matter what happens," Politico reports...

Reid, Heller weigh in on foreclosures

Sen. Harry Reid praised a $25 billion settlement with the nation’s five largest mortgage servicers over foreclosure abuses that have hit Nevada harder than any other state. Speaking on the Senate floor, Reid said Thursday morning that the deal would...

Foreclosure workshop Saturday

HUD-approved counselors and representatives from Bank of America and Wells Fargo will be on hand Saturday in Las Vegas at a home foreclosure prevention clinic at the Financial Guidance Center, 2650 South Jones Boulevard. Struggling homeowners with...

Heck: Time for Gingrich to go

Rep. Joe Heck, who backed Mitt Romney in 2008 and signed on again early in this election cycle, told reporters today that Romney's convincing showing in the Nevada caucuses should signal Newt Gingrich to the door. "I hope he takes the message that...

New headaches for Romney?

Mitt Romney may leave Nevada with a strong caucus victory, "but he might be developing new ulcers over the trendlines that are shaping his presumed matchup with Barack Obama in the fall," according to Michael Crowley on Time.com . While Romney...

Caucus "something of a letdown"

After three days of campaigning, the reviews are starting to come in on the action leading to the actual caucusing in Nevada. In at least one case the reaction is one of disappointment. "After the drama of the first four states, the Nevada caucus is...

Santorum ad derides Gingrich moon plan

Newt Gingrich's plan to colonize the moon drew more ridicule today in a new radio ad out of the Rick Santorum camp. As Santorum seeks anew to climb over Gingrich among conservatives in Nevada and elsewhere, the 60-second spot that his campaign says...

Here come the ads

If the Republican presidential candidates are in Nevada, the ads mustn't be far behind. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum released new radio spots today in advance of Saturday's caucuses. Santorum's combative spot , which his campaign says is airing...

Heck not panicking over Romney slide

Mitt Romney's slide from being the presumptive front-runner to duking it out with Newt Gingrich over the GOP presidential nomination may be making some establishment Republicans nervous. But not Nevada Rep. Joe Heck, or so he says. Heck was an early...