Dozens of Kenyans rallied in Nairobi on Monday against homosexuality and a lawmaker said U.S. President Barack Obama should not push a pro-gay agenda when he visits the country later this month.
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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Wednesday she is confident that Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, who with armed supporters faced down federal officials over grazing cattle on public land, will be held accountable.
The White House will release on Wednesday a presidential directive and an executive order that will allow the government to communicate and negotiate with terrorist groups holding Americans hostage, a source briefed on the matter told CNN.
The Kentucky senator has four planned stops for Monday, and the former Florida governor will be in Henderson on Saturday.
Clark County and its largest union are locked in a contentious labor dispute over a new state law that might not end until September.
Years after backers unveiled plans for a contemporary art museum in the Las Vegas Arts District, momentum is building to move that same museum to Symphony Park.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee kept his business interests from voters for five years — a possible felony offense — while also paying $50,000 out of his campaign fund to two undisclosed companies.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will wrap up his yearlong stint as chairman of the Western Governors’ Association next week after hosting the organization’s annual meeting at Lake Tahoe.
The U.S. Senate last week overwhelmingly approved a $612 billion defense authorization bill over objections from the Obama administration that it evades congressionally mandated spending caps through an accounting loophole.
Nevada veterans in Clark County can now claim their annual property tax exemption when renewing their vehicle registration online or at one of the Department of Motor Vehicles’ self-service kiosks.
The plans are drawn and the checks have been cut. The only question is if Las Vegans will see the Cashman Center converted into a drone testing dome, a sprawling campus for green-tech entrepreneurs or a Hispanic cultural center.
State employees and covered family members in Nevada will have health coverage for gender reassignment and other transgender procedures under a new insurance policy that takes effect July 1.
Nicole Beck couldn’t hold back the tears Wednesday as Las Vegas leaders renamed Indian Hills park for her husband.
Las Vegas leaders will take another month to weigh a controversial apartment complex planned next to one of Centennial Hills’ toniest subdivisions.
A proposal that surfaced in Congress this week aims to spur a revival of the Yucca Mountain project, providing necessary land and water rights to build out the site if federal officials find that nuclear waste can be buried safely inside
Henderson postponed a plan to hike city recreation fees after nearly 20 people spoke against proposed sharp increases at a meeting Tuesday.
First, Sen. Harry Reid decided not to seek re-election. Then, Gov. Brian Sandoval opted not to run for the open seat. Candidate Bob Beers might have then imagined his senatorial stock would rise. But it didn’t.
Key senators on Wednesday warned the Department of Veterans Affairs against diverting money from a Filipino veterans fund to rescue a hospital project in Colorado or any other purpose.
A proposal that would have made Henderson’s city attorney Josh Reid the highest-paid such official in Southern Nevada died Tuesday night after City Council members balked.
The operator of the government weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, N.M., faces fines totaling $247,500 after losing track of classified material that was supposed to have been shipped to Nevada in 2007, but never arrived.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved plans to hold auctions to lease out two large, vacant parcels of land near Laughlin.
Leaders with the Service Employees International Union Local 1107 urged Clark County commissioners Tuesday to reconsider the county’s actions tied to a new state law.
Financial disclosures for two of Nevadas four U.S. House members were made public Monday. They show Reps. Joe Heck and Mark Amodei have modest portfolios compared to their millionaire colleagues in Congress.