Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb, who dropped his bid for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination last October, may renew his campaign, a CBS affiliate in Texas reported on Thursday.
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Carly Fiorina is ending her Republican presidential bid, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO announced on Facebook Wednesday.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will speak at the University of Nevada, Reno on Saturday.
Based on two two different looks into campaign spending, in addition to marketing and advertising costs, some of the 2016 presidential candidates tend to spare no expense when it comes to caffeine and pizza.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will end his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, a senior aide said on Wednesday, a day after his disappointing sixth place showing in the New Hampshire primary.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's odds at winning the White House improved significantly after his decisive victory in Tuesday's primary in New Hampshire, online betting site Ladbrokes PLC said on Wednesday.
State Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-National Rifle Association, is probably best known around these parts for her Second Amendment obsession.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders cruised to early victories in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, while Ohio Gov. John Kasich is projected to finish second in the GOP race.
Clark County on Tuesday announced the new directors of the Department of Family Services and the Department of Social Service.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday submitted his final budget proposal to Congress with additional details on how it would affect the military, including Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada.
Nevada veterans hoping finally to talk frankly with their VA physicians about using marijuana as part of their medical treatment still cannot do so even though a federal policy that critics claim blocks such honest doctor-patient discussions expired Jan. 31.
The battle for New Hampshire was not yet over, but that didn't stop Democratic presidential candidates Tuesday from announcing Nevada events ahead of their Feb. 20 caucus.
Money is pouring in to elect North Las Vegas City Attorney Sandra Douglass Morgan to Municipal Court. How much money? No one knows, and Morgan could continue to rake in unreported cash for months.
With its mission statement, "We elect pro-choice Democratic women to office," it would appear pretty obvious that the progressive political-interest group EMILY's List would endorse Hillary Clinton for president. And, of course, it's done just that.
Two women banned from Tinder last week for aggressively promoting U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders have been allowed back on the dating app and say they will resume telling prospective matches to "feel the Bern."
Michael Bloomberg, the media mogul and former mayor of New York, told the Financial Times that he is considering a presidential run.
Since its creation by the Legislature five years ago, the Legislative Commission's Sunset Subcommittee has recommended the ax for a number of outdated or inactive boards and commissions, finding that their missions were no longer relevant or could be delegated to other agencies.
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, after chastising his Republican colleagues for doing nothing to help the "poisoned" children of Flint, Michigan, again turned to Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and a major environmental issue at home.
It was the revenge of the governors as Republicans met for their final debate before the Granite State's primary on Tuesday.
A broadly supported energy bill was sidelined last week in the Senate as policymakers clashed over how to address the crisis over lead-tainted municipal water found poisoning children in Flint, Mich.
Rising Republican contender Marco Rubio came under heavy attack in a presidential debate on Saturday from rivals who accused him of being too inexperienced for the White House and walking away from an immigration reform plan he championed.
About 250 supporters turned out Saturday to a canvass kickoff event with former President Bill Clinton at the UA Local 525 Plumbers and Pipefitters Training Center in Las Vegas. Clinton and State Assemblyman Edgar Flores gave speeches in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Former President Bill Clinton urged Nevadans to support Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a campaign stop Friday evening at the United Brotherhood of Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas.
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