Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to woo Nevada union leaders Tuesday at a state AFL-CIO conference on the Strip.
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Recently seen as the “I like him, but he can’t win” guy, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has seen a surge unlike that of any other candidate. But what is it about the self-described “democratic socialist” and his quirky brand of populism that has made him the political flavor of the week?
"They're figuring out if there's a path financially and politically," an unnamed Democrat told BuzzFeed about the insiders. "It feels more real than it has in the past months.”
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson has repeatedly condemned using tissue from aborted fetuses for medical research, but a new report reveals the doctor has done just that.
GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush's latest trip to Nevada might not have gone exactly as he'd hoped.
A Michigan state lawmaker on Monday released a rambling apology for sending a fake email about a male prostitution scandal to cover up an extramarital affair -- saying he would remain in his post.
Republican presidential hopefuls are headed to a Northern Nevada ranch to woo voters and test their gastric nerves with a Basque heritage dish of lamb testicles.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz plans to visit Southern Nevada on Aug. 14 for campaign events in Henderson and Las Vegas.
The FBI has begun looking into the security of Hillary Clinton’s private email setup, contacting in the past week a Denver-based technology firm that helped manage the unusual system, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday, citing two government officials.
President Barack Obama will unveil on Monday the final version of his plan to tackle greenhouse gases from coal-fired power plants, kicking off what is expected to be a tumultuous legal battle between federal environmental regulators and coal industry supporters.
Vice President Joe Biden has yet to rule out a 2016 presidential campaign and is likely to wait beyond August to decide, several Democrats say.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, on Friday reported income approaching $140 million over the last eight years, providing evidence of the vast wealth they have accumulated.
Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday sided with critics of Planned Parenthood who are seeking to restrict federal funding to the group in the wake of provocative videos that raise questions about the organization's ethics on abortion.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday mounted a furious counterattack against critics of the Iran nuclear deal, telling skeptical lawmakers it would be fantasy to think the United States could simply "bomb away" Tehran's atomic know-how.
After a weekend full of backlash for his comments saying former POW Sen. John McCain is "not a war hero," Donald Trump put his defiance in writing.
President Barack Obama, seeking to sell the Iran nuclear deal to skeptical U.S. lawmakers and the American public, insisted on Wednesday that the landmark agreement was the best way to avoid a nuclear arms race and more war in the Middle East.
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”.
In January, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide on whether states can ban gay marriage, in what will be at the end of June one of the most anticipated rulings of the year.
Hillary Clinton took the stage on New York City’s Roosevelt Island Saturday, looking to offer hundreds of supporters her answer to the question that has dogged her presidential campaign through its first two months: Why?
A raging battle over President Barack Obama’s request for “fast-track” authority central to improving U.S. ties with Asia resumes in the House of Representatives next week after Friday’s defeat.
Likely GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said on Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was a “bully” and the United States and its allies in Europe should be resolute in responding to Russian aggression.
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.
Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee formally announced his bid for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday, becoming the third candidate to challenge party front-runner Hillary Clinton.
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