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Economy showing signs of life, but challenges remain
This legislation deserves better than to fall victim to Senate politics.
It should come as no surprise that the ongoing sage grouse battle in Nevada and the West may also involve putting politics before good policy.
Empowerment plan a step forward
Foot dragging on records requests
UNLV has a new dean at its College of Liberal Arts — and this week he made one of his priorities clear.
You wouldn’t think that funding for the Federal Aviation Administration would have anything to do with dubious tax credits for renewable energy. And you’d be right anywhere but in Washington, D.C.
More than 400 people were arrested Monday during protests at the U.S. Capitol over the role of money in politics and other election-related issues.
Election law changes trigger criticisms
The more information participants have, the better
The Clark County School District should be able to absorb a cut in its state funding that amounts to just 0.8 percent of its total budget.
Consumers flock to put down deposits on company’s newest electric vehicle
Mom arrested for forcing her two children to walk to school
The folly of Golden State’s wage mandates
Even when congressional Democrats and Republicans agree on an issue, they still can’t get anything done.
The regulatory state has gone beyond the point of absurd when the government can’t even meet its own mandates, and faces less stringent penalties than the private sector for failing to do so.
It’s tres chic these days to lament Washington partisanship along with the ensuing gridlock and congressional inertia. But such hand-wringing ignores the nation’s robust bureaucratic apparatus and the energetic regulatory state it administers.
Justice was served Monday in the case of disgraced former Family Court Judge Steven Jones and his generous public pension.
Watching out for vulnerable seniors
Even Chelsea Clinton admits the shortcomings of the Affordable Care Act.
Sen. Harry Reid should support Sen. Chuck Grassley’s inspector general bill.
After 2½ months and a myriad of names, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas men’s basketball program finally has a new coach. Dave Rice was fired Jan. 10, in the middle of his fifth season, and last week, the school announced the hiring of Chris Beard.