Britain’s stunning vote to bolt from the European Union sent political tremors across the Atlantic on Friday, fueling Donald Trump’s confidence that frustrated U.S. voters will back similarly sweeping change and rattling Democrats who are banking on Americans ultimately choosing a more conventional leader in Hillary Clinton.
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Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow since World War II to the European project of forging greater unity.
Bernie Sanders said Friday he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president, stopping short of a full endorsement of his Democratic presidential rival more than a week after the final primary contests.
President Barack Obama sought to reassure millions of immigrants in the U.S. illegally that he has no plans to deport them.
A new tenant has taken up residence at the Governor’s Mansion in Carson City, and this one doesn’t have to worry about term limits or elections.
In the fast-track effort to reduce the nation’s backlog of veterans disability claims, Nevada Rep. Dina Titus predicted in August that the Department of Veterans Affairs would “soon be facing an appeals tsunami.”
Big money is flowing into the fight over a potential November ballot measure that could restore Nevada’s more favorable net metering rates for current and future rooftop solar residential customers.
Corey Lewandowski is moving from working on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign to talking about it.
House Democrats have ended their 25½-hour sit-in on the chamber’s floor that they’ve been staging to demand votes on gun control.
Most Nevada motorists will have to get new license plates every eight years under a new law that takes effect July 1.
An Associated Press review of the official calendar Hillary Clinton kept as secretary of state identified at least 75 meetings with longtime political donors, loyalists, Clinton Foundation contributors and corporate and other outside interests that were not recorded or were listed without the names.
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Among the eight candidates who won outright in primaries with at least three people, all but one raised the most money.
Rebellious Democrats staged an extraordinary all-day sit-in on the House floor Wednesday to demand votes on gun-control bills, shouting down Speaker Paul Ryan when he attempted to restore order as their protest stretched into the night.
Maybe it’s just a time-management thing?
Florida Republican Marco Rubio says he’s changed his mind and will seek re-election to the U.S. Senate.
The Clark County Commission unanimously agreed Tuesday to tweak the wording of a ballot measure asking voters Nov. 8 if they’re willing to pay more at the gas pump to raise a projected $3 billion for street and highway improvements over the next decade.
Washoe County Sheriff Chuck Allen is siding with the National Rifle Association in opposition to Question 1 on the November ballot that proposes to expand background checks for firearm sales to private party sales and transfers in Nevada.
A $5.1 million communications system will assist Henderson Police to locate and identify patterns of crime beginning in 2018.
Albert Gutierrez, 70, was among the veterans Tuesday night speaking in passionate support of the controversial program before the Henderson City Council.
A pro-rooftop solar coalition on Tuesday turned in more than double the number of signatures needed to qualify a referendum on net metering for the November ballot.
PBS stations in Las Vegas and Reno have pulled the plug on “Ralston Live,” a Nevada interview program hosted by political pundit Jon Ralston.
A divided Senate blocked rival election-year plans to curb guns Monday, eight days after the horror of Orlando’s mass shooting intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but knotted them in gridlock anyway — even over restricting firearms for terrorists.
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