"There's been another mass shooting in America," President Barack Obama announced from the White House briefing room on Thursday.
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Don't rent trouble. If ever there was an axiom that finds its highest expression in politics, it's the idea that each day has enough potential trouble without creating more problems.
New York Times columnist Timothy Egan didn't grow up rich. But he had one hell of a summer home.
Rep. Joe Heck unquestionably has done a lot to serve his country.
If there's a lesson to be learned from Thursday's speech of Pope Francis to a joint session of Congress, it's that God is neither Republican nor Democrat. And those who would claim otherwise will inevitably have to confront some uncomfortable truths.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller gave me a hell of a scare last week.
There's plenty of confusion out there when it comes to religious freedom.
There came a time during Wednesday's early CNN Republican presidential debate when the differences between the Panderers and the Pragmatists became painfully clear.
Retired four-star Gen. Wesley Clark had one piece of advice for early caucus state voters in Las Vegas: Ask them about their strategy.
Someday, perhaps not too far into the future, some young person is going to look at his or her cup of Starbucks Coffee, read the warning about how it's a hot beverage and wonder, "Why is that necessary?"
Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Dan Klaich is a really, really good guy. That was the consensus of Nevada's Political Class last week as it rose to defend one of its own.
For political consultant Ronni Council, the moment came in the White House, when a booming voice called her name from down the hall.
It looks like the workload of U.S. District Judge Robert C. Jones will be a little lighter than it was last week.
Nobody who knows what's going on should be surprised that the ACLU of Nevada filed a lawsuit to block the state's new Education Savings Accounts.
There was a time when an endorsement from Sen. Harry Reid would end debate among Democrats seeking office in Nevada.
So it's the We Decide Coalition versus the Coalition for Nevada's Future, then.
Isn't America great?
Standing on the narrow strip of concrete in the middle of the street between the Trump Tower and the Fashion Show mall in the hot Las Vegas summer sun, I finally had enough.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont emerged Tuesday from his address to the Nevada AFL-CIO at the Luxor hotel-casino with a simple message for a cadre of reporters and photographers: It's time for a change.
"The people of the state of Nevada do enact as follows: NRS 295.001(1) and NRS 295.009(3) are hereby repealed."
Metro police may finally see another sales tax increase dedicated to hiring more officers approved by the Clark County Commission. But instead of a 0.15-percentage-point increase authorized by the Nevada Legislature in 2013, or a compromise 0.075-percentage-point increase floated last year, the increase will be 0.05 percentage points.
I still remember the moment I realized Tom Collins is a real cowboy.
Farewell, Pat Hickey. The one-time Assembly minority leader announced last week he wasn't going to seek re-election to his Reno seat.
If proponents of the taxes approved by the 2015 Legislature look worried these days, they have good reason.
It has begun.
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