Republican Rep. Joe Heck and his Democratic challenger, Erin Bilbray, disagreed Friday on how much leeway to give U.S. intelligence agencies as they track suspected terrorists and on how far Nevada should go in approving online gaming.
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The Senate Ethics Committee “never received” a complaint filed almost a year ago against Sen. Harry Reid by a conservative watchdog group that said it has receipts showing it was delivered.
Looking to energize Nevada Democrats, former President Bill Clinton will lead a “vote early, vote now” rally in Las Vegas on Tuesday, one week before the Nov. 4 election in which Republicans are turning out in greater numbers than Democrats in early voting.
Is it really that super-hard for would-be members of the state Legislature to live in the districts they want to represent?
The Republican Attorneys General Association has pumped another $500,000 into its TV ad buy in Nevada — for a total of nearly $2.5 million — to help Adam Laxalt defeat Democrat Ross Miller in the attorney general’s race.
Cliven Bundy, the Southern Nevada rancher who was criticized earlier this year for suggesting that African-Americans were better off as slaves, is raising eyebrows again.
Former President Bill Clinton plans to come to Nevada next week to help Democrats get out the vote, a person familiar with his schedule confirmed Thursday.
Clark County Department of Family Services is “unaware of any data or research that indicates individuals with social work or criminal justice degrees provide better services for children and families,” but at least one federal report suggests that there are benefits to hiring people with a social work educational background.
Clark County opened up the 18-acre Mighty Mountain Fitness area at Mountain’s Edge Regional Park on Friday.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Congresswoman Dina Titus pledge federal support in the push to reform Clark County’s child welfare system, now under scrutiny after a child’s killing in foster care.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee said Thursday that developing Apex, a 20,000-acre industrial park, is the only way to save the city.
Lucy Flores has run 26.2-mile marathons five times.
The candidate running against Clark County School Board President Erin Cranor filed an ethics complaint against her Thursday for Cranor’s actions described in a lawsuit against the district and her, individually.
Nevada will oppose an effort by opponents of same-sex marriages to get the full 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to hear arguments to ban gay marriage in the Silver State, Gov. Brian Sandoval said Wednesday.
A doctor’s PAC ad claims Rep. Joe Heck is against “junk lawsuits.” But he and the Republican caucus voted for the mother of all junk lawsuits in voting to sue President Obama.
Democratic candidates in two critical state Senate races have out-raised their GOP opponents, but the outcome of the contests remains far from clear as voters head to the polls between now and Election Day on Nov. 4.
As the GOP strives to capture full control of Congress, Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada has opened his wallet wide for party candidates running for the Senate and a handful in the U.S. House.
If Democrats lose the Senate in November, what happens?
Meghan Smith, who lost a District Court ruling that she was ineligible to win a Las Vegas seat in the Nevada Assembly, lost a second legal battle Monday, this one with the Nevada Supreme Court.
One of the most competitive races of a generally unremarkable season is the battle for Clark County sheriff between well-respected Metro veterans Joe Lombardo and Larry Burns.
Republican Dan Schwartz on Tuesday proclaimed that his Democratic opponent for Nevada treasurer isn’t qualified for the job because she’s an accountant who doesn’t know much about investing in private markets.
A bill quietly introduced in Congress would restrict mining and energy exploration over a sweeping area of rural Nevada, preserving scenic valleys and buffering a landmark piece of desert artwork.
Allison Macfarlane, chairwoman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, said Tuesday she will leave the agency in January, capping a two-year tenure during which she sought to return calm to an agency once split by clashes over Yucca Mountain and other controversies.
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