RENO – Two more of Harvey Whittemore’s former employees testified Monday they each voluntarily contributed $4,600 to Sen. Harry Reid’s campaign in 2007 at the suggestion of the wealthy ex-developer and lobbyist but didn’t fear for their jobs if they didn’t do so.
WASHINGTON -- Far-reaching legislation to grant a chance at citizenship to millions of immigrants living illegally in the United States cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee on a solid bipartisan vote Tuesday night after supporters somberly sidestepped a controversy over the rights of gay spouses.
Clark County Registrar Larry Lomax was one of ten individuals appointed to the Presidential Commission on Election Administration Tuesday, according to a White House press release.
Far from Searchlight, Sen. Harry Reid held a cocktail party fundraiser Friday in New York City hosted by Marianne Nestor Cassini, who runs Oleg Cassini Inc., the fashion design company named after her late husband. Women's Wear Daily sent a reporter...
Leon Benzer, the accused mastermind of a massive scheme to take over homeowners associations in the Las Vegas Valley, told federal authorities nearly two years ago that he once consulted with Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto about his dealings.
On a 20-1 vote, state senators on Monday passed a bill that would allow people who are not in the country legally to acquire driver authorization cards. Four states, including Utah and New Mexico, already allow people who are not in the U.S. legally to drive.
Sen. Harry Reid has disclosed he has a niece who is gay, calling it a personal reason he supports prohibiting workplace discrimination against individuals based on their sexual orientation.
No, voters, the valley’s municipal elections are not yet over — despite the electorate’s best efforts to ignore them.
A former top officer of a development company once managed by Harvey Whittemore reluctantly testified Thursday that he contributed to the re-election campaign of U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid after getting a $10,000 gift from Whittemore.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama tried to defuse a trio of controversies Thursday, pledging to work with Congress to ensure the IRS doesn’t abuse its power, urging legislators to provide more money to strengthen security at U.S. diplomatic outposts and promising to seek “a balance” between national security and a need to protect freedom of the press.