The nuclear industry is adopting a more aggressive stance on Yucca Mountain, a shift that may complicate efforts to reach a compromise on the thorny issue of high-level radioactive waste.
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President Barack Obama will unveil on Monday the final version of his plan to tackle greenhouse gases from coal-fired power plants, kicking off what is expected to be a tumultuous legal battle between federal environmental regulators and coal industry supporters.
Vice President Joe Biden has yet to rule out a 2016 presidential campaign and is likely to wait beyond August to decide, several Democrats say.
Women's health group Planned Parenthood will be the focus of a partisan showdown on Monday in the U.S. Senate, with any wider influence on voters from the charge still unclear.
Two Nevada lawmakers are planning to travel overseas this month when Congress is on its summer recess. Republican Rep. Cresent Hardy is going to Israel. Democratic Rep. Dina Titus will visit countries in southeastern Europe and parts of Asia, according to her office.
Nearly a dozen presidential candidates already have been campaigning in the Silver State, which will host the first caucus in the West in February after those in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Donald Trump's ties to Las Vegas are impossible to miss, much like his unconventional campaign for president.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, on Friday reported income approaching $140 million over the last eight years, providing evidence of the vast wealth they have accumulated.
A Clark County District Court judge on Friday said she lacked the authority to hear dozens of motions to dismiss charges against mentally ill inmates now languishing in jail and sent the cases back to the courts where they originated for a decision on the matter.
President Barack Obama is lined up this month for yet another trip to Las Vegas, officials confirmed Friday.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, whose finances have been complicated by business setbacks and a transition into politics, holds more than $1.8 million in personal assets but also faces a potential major debt, according to a report he filed with Congress in July.
Dozens of emails on the private email account that Hillary Clinton used when secretary of state were recently classified by the government, the State Department said on Friday.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Capitol Police said they were investigating a vehicle that struck a barricade at the congressional complex on Friday.
Las Vegas GOP Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman said Thursday she is a candidate for the state Senate District 6 seat in the 2016 election.
Congress finished work Thursday on a bill that will avert the latest fiscal crisis within the Department of Veterans Affairs and avoid a threatened shutdown of VA hospitals.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday called it "regrettable" that Republican lawmakers are attempting to cut federal funding from the health organization Planned Parenthood.
Las Vegas officials have already cleaned up the glass containers and brown bag liquor sales on Fremont Street. Now they plan to clean up the buskers.
Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday sided with critics of Planned Parenthood who are seeking to restrict federal funding to the group in the wake of provocative videos that raise questions about the organization's ethics on abortion.
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton on Tuesday called the trio of Planned Parenthood videos released by anti-abortion activists "disturbing," but both she and fellow Democratic 2016 hopeful Bernie Sanders are defending the controversial women's health organization.
A top adviser to Donald Trump apologized Tuesday for comments he made in an explosive interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation.
A bill passed by the House on Tuesday would speed federal payments to veterans with complex claims for benefits.
NEW YORK — Donald Trump has sold a Manhattan penthouse for a cool $21 million.
The National Archives has released more than 350 photos of former President George W. Bush and other top Bush Administration officials from Sept. 11, 2001.
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