China on Monday downplayed an accusation by U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that Beijing had tried to “hack into everything that doesn’t move in America”.
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Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Tuesday he will not run for Harry Reid’s U.S. Senate seat. U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said he will soon announce his plans.
A group called the WeDecideCoalition.com has been formed to put Gov. Brian Sandoval’s revenue plan on the 2016 ballot as a voter referendum.
The race for the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential nomination includes 10 candidates who have formally declared their intention to run and several others likely to launch bids for the White House.
Jeb Bush will announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on June 15 in Miami, finally jumping into the crowded field after a chorus of criticism about how he is handling his non-campaign and moving to shore up flagging support.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry announced on Thursday he will pursue the Republican presidential nomination again in 2016, seeking redemption for a fumbled White House bid in 2012.
Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal plans to make an announcement in New Orleans this month on whether to join the crowded field of candidates seeking his party’s 2016 presidential nomination.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will speak to a group of Latino elected and appointed officials during her June 18 visit to Las Vegas.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday he will be announcing “very soon” his decision on whether he will run for Harry Reid’s U.S. Senate seat.
Lindsey Graham announced his presidential bid in his hometown of Central, South Carolina, on Monday. He hopes that his track record on foreign affairs will give him the advantage in a wide-open primary fight.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., on May 13 reintroduced a bill that would name one of the peaks of Frenchman Mountain to the east of Las Vegas for President Ronald Reagan. The peak would become known as Mount Reagan.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio paid his first campaign visit to Nevada on Thursday, presenting a 20-minute press conference outside downtown Las Vegas’ famed Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
A Republican-backed bill that would allow political parties to scrap Nevada’s presidential caucus system in favor of a secret-ballot primary was resurrected Thursday and passed out by an Assembly committee.
Real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump, who has been considering a run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, will make a major announcement on June 16 in New York, New Hampshire television station WMUR reported on Thursday.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki entered the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Thursday, positioning himself as a Washington outsider and moderate who won three terms in a heavily Democratic state.
A GOP-backed bill that would have allowed political parties to scrap Nevada’s presidential caucus system in favor of a secret-ballot primary was killed by an Assembly committee Wednesday.
Las Vegas philanthropist and community leader Susie Lee has jumped into the growing Democratic primary field for Nevada’s Congressional District 4.
Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, a Christian conservative, will announce on Wednesday that he will make another run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 after a failed attempt in 2012, according to ABC News.
Las Vegas City Council members on Tuesday didn’t blink while passing a $524 general fund budget, but they did spend the better part of an hour weighing different ways to pay for the transfer of neighborhood service staffers to three council offices.
Supporters of a Republican-backed bill to scrap Nevada’s presidential caucuses for a secret-ballot primary in February argued Tuesday that the move would expand participation in choosing the nation’s president.
The party for the Florida senator will be at the home of “Pawn Stars” TV show star Rick Harrison on May 28.
A couple of Republican presidential hopefuls have ventured into Nevada-dicey territory by talking about Yucca Mountain and giving U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, the state’s top Democrat, an opening to take some shots.
Brace yourself, Nevada. If nasty commercials and mailboxes stuffed with campaign fliers incite annoyance, it will get a whole lot worse if a bill making its way through the Legislature becomes law.