A controversial consulting contract for human resource services at the financially troubled Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority is being criticized in light of more than $12,000 in costs billed in just one month.
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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.
Gov. Brian Sandoval may be suffering some political fallout for the $1.4 billion tax plan he pushed through the 2015 Legislature, but a poll of Nevada voters shows he is one of the most popular governors in the country.
The board overseeing the troubled Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority on Thursday voted to modify John Hill's contract to end his tenure as executive director.
A blitz of immigration-themed political ads targeting Republican presidential candidates launched Thursday nationwide, including on Las Vegas television stations.
Maine might eventually start keeping company with Nevada and a handful of other states that have no state income tax.
The Nevada Supreme Court ordered a Las Vegas woman declared brain dead at a Reno hospital to be kept on life support, ruling that standards used by the hospital to make the determination might not satisfy state law.
A bill that would allow recovery teams easier access to federal land to search for victims of crimes and accidents cleared a key Senate committee on Thursday.
Over the objections of President Barack Obama and most Democrats, the House approved legislation Thursday that would block Syrian and Iraqi refugees admission to the United States under a current screening process that Republicans say could be exploited by ISIS terrorists.
Republican governors gathered for a conference in Las Vegas sharply defended the need to suspend bringing Syrian refugees into the U.S. in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks in Paris.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Wednesday asked for a legal opinion from Attorney General Adam Laxalt on the governor's authority over the relocation and resettlement processes for refugees in Nevada.
Reps. Joe Heck and Mark Amodei called on the Obama administration to "immediately halt" the admission of refugees from Syria and Iraq into the United States.
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.
It doesn't take a brain surgeon to see there is something very wrong with this picture.
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."
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is taking a wait-and-see attitude to the growing chorus of Republican leaders seeking a moratorium on Syrian refugees allowed into the United States.
Three Democratic candidates running for the 4th Congressional District seat made their pitch on Monday, answering questions in a televised debate about issues like racial inequality and education.
Conservative activist Chuck Muth on Monday withdrew his second proposed petition seeking a public vote on the $1.4 billion tax package approved by the 2015 Legislature to help fund Gov. Brian Sandoval's budget.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, who ruffled the feathers of Gov. Brian Sandoval when he joined a lawsuit challenging sage grouse protections, won't be allowed to argue Tuesday when a federal judge considers an injunction to block new public lands regulations, the judge ruled.
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.
The battle over rooftop solar will be re-engaged this week as state regulators take up permanent rules for net metering that could dramatically alter the future of the industry in Nevada.