Less than a year from now, Americans will elect their next president. Not surprisingly, the campaign for the most important job in the world has been highly divisive.
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A progressive political group that called this month for a federal investigation of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson retracted several of its statements Tuesday and apologized to the billionaire casino owner.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear on Tuesday signed an executive order restoring voting rights to most felons in state in an action he said will affect some 180,000 people.
Hillary Clinton was in Northern Nevada on Monday, visiting schools and supporters during planned stops in Carson City and Reno.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Monday he would push for returning federal land to states to manage.
Backers of raising Nevada's minimum wage filed a proposed constitutional amendment Monday that would abolish the state's existing two-tiered system and gradually increase the rate to $13 an hour.
he United States issued a worldwide travel alert for Americans amid concerns that terror groups and individuals plan more attacks after the Paris massacres.
Republican presidential hopeful Dr. Ben Carson on Monday had a chance to correct any media about whether he actually saw televised footage of American Muslims cheering in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Asked during a Sunday interview on C-SPAN to name the Founding Father "who impressed you most," retired neurosurgeon and GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson chose the man from Monticello.
A statement from the Nevada Assembly GOP caucus supporting other Republican leaders for demanding a review of federal safeguards before accepting more Syrian refugees was less than unanimous.
Hillary Clinton will use a town hall in Iowa on Sunday to pitch a tax credit for up to $6,000 in expenses that fall on families "paying for, coordinating, or providing care for aging or disabled family members," according to a campaign aide.
The Black Lives Matter activist who protested at Donald Trump's campaign rally on Saturday said the half-dozen white attendees who shoved, tackled, punched and kicked him also flung racial epithets his way.
he House last week approved legislation to require tighter screening of Syrian and Iraqi refugees seeking to enter the United States out of fear that ISIS might try to exploit the current program, which has allowed 2,174 Syrian refugees to come to the United States since Sept. 11, 2001.
Services are expanding for those suffering from mental health problems in Southern Nevada. WestCare, a nonprofit, will open a 51-bed triage facility within the next two weeks.
Melania Trump has been staying off the campaign trail as her husband criss-crosses the country, vying for the Republican nomination, but when they're together, the former supermodel shares her "opinions" about his candidacy.
Ben Carson fielded national security questions Thursday night, where he warned of "bad apples" among Syrian refugees seeking asylum in the U.S., and he described how many troops he would be willing to commit to defeat ISIS.
Gov. Brian Sandoval may be suffering some political fallout for the $1.4 billion tax plan he pushed through the 2015 Legislature, but a poll of Nevada voters shows he is one of the most popular governors in the country.
The board overseeing the troubled Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority on Thursday voted to modify John Hill's contract to end his tenure as executive director.
A blitz of immigration-themed political ads targeting Republican presidential candidates launched Thursday nationwide, including on Las Vegas television stations.
Maine might eventually start keeping company with Nevada and a handful of other states that have no state income tax.
The Nevada Supreme Court ordered a Las Vegas woman declared brain dead at a Reno hospital to be kept on life support, ruling that standards used by the hospital to make the determination might not satisfy state law.
A bill that would allow recovery teams easier access to federal land to search for victims of crimes and accidents cleared a key Senate committee on Thursday.
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