It doesn't take a neurosurgeon to tell Dr. Ben Carson is a quick study. The Republican presidential candidate visited Southern Nevada this past week, stopping off in Pahrump before dropping in on the Review-Journal editorial board.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump denied on Thursday he was mocking the physical disability of a New York Times reporter during a campaign speech in which he flailed his arms and distorted his speech in an imitation of the journalist.
Several 2016 hopefuls weighed in Wednesday on the shooting death of a black teenager by a white Chicago police officer.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A blitz of immigration-themed political ads targeting Republican presidential candidates launched Thursday nationwide, including on Las Vegas television stations.
Nevada voters can expect to be bombarded with political ads as campaigns in the 2016 election ramp up for what's expected to be one of the biggest spending cycles in the state's history.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, polling near the bottom of the crowded 2016 Republican presidential field, suspended his campaign on Tuesday, saying: "This is not my time."
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is calling on Congress to terminate all public funding used to resettle Syrian refugees and migrants in the U.S., citing the terrorist attacks in France.
Foreign policy is the new focus on the 2016 campaign trail in the wake of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, marking a fresh chapter in the race for the White House that has so far focused on issues such as immigration, the economy and bringing change to Washington.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson told an audience in Henderson on Sunday that last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris are a grim reminder of the threats facing the U.S.
Vinny Spotleson, a former staffer for U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, has announced his bid for the Nevada Assembly in District 21.
The second Democratic primary debate of the year averaged 8.5 million viewers on Saturday night, far fewer than the audience of the first debate, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings.
The lethal attacks in Paris have the potential to reshape the U.S. presidential race, placing a new emphasis on issues of national security, border control, and counterterrorism, while perhaps bolstering candidates who talk toughest about taking on Islamic State militants both at home and abroad.
About 40 Democrats gathered at a community recreation center in Las Vegas on Thursday to plan and learn more, 100 days in advance of their party's Feb. 20 caucus to decide who should win the nomination for president. The Republican caucus will follow on Feb. 23.
Allies of U.S. Rep. Joe Heck and former Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto are putting money into both campaigns, as the fundraising ramps up for the high-profile candidates as they prepare to face off in a closely watched U.S. Senate election.
The U.S. postal workers union on Thursday endorsed Bernie Sanders in his bid for the White House, delivering a boost to the Vermont senator's underdog campaign against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
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