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Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who has long avoided a firm position on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, broke her silence on Tuesday and said she opposed it.
The Secret Service apologized for an emotional incident Saturday during which hundreds of child cancer patients and their parents were moved out of the park across from the White House, so that President Barack Obama could be driven to an event nearby.
Ever since he walked onto the field in June, Trump has used his well-honed skills as an advocate to bully the other kids.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller says Donald Trump isn't good for Nevada. The Republican Nevada senator, who is supporting Jeb Bush's run for president, made the comments while meeting with the Review-Journal's editorial board Friday.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul told a crowd in Las Vegas on Thursday night that his party needs to take a new approach and seek new ideas to appeal to Latino voters.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush came to Las Vegas on Thursday, bringing his message of less government regulation as a path to economic prosperity.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump traded jabs with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, former business executive Carly Fiorina and other presidential rivals in a contentious debate on Wednesday marked by frequent bickering and personal attacks.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump appealed to veterans on Tuesday by saying a Trump administration would let them go to private hospitals and see private doctors if the Department of Veterans Affairs failed to provide decent care.
Silent until the last minute, Rep. Dina Titus on Friday morning voted in favor of the nuclear agreement the Obama administration negotiated with Iran.
As Congress prepared to open historic debate, Sen. Harry Reid on Tuesday mounted a forceful defense of the nuclear deal reached with Iran, calling it the "last best chance" to prevent the Middle Eastern adversary from building nuclear bombs.
Rep. Joe Heck expressed his opposition Wednesday to the Iran nuclear deal, saying he does not trust Iran to live up to its commitments and doubts the Obama administration would stringently enforce it.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to woo Nevada union leaders Tuesday at a state AFL-CIO conference on the Strip.
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.
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