A top adviser to Donald Trump apologized Tuesday for comments he made in an explosive interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation.
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A bill that seeks a posthumous pardon for boxing legend Jack Johnson has advanced in Congress.
Over the course of a week early in May, Sen. Harry Reid cut $864,226 in refunds to campaign donors, money he no longer needed -- and could no longer keep legally -- after announcing he was retiring from the Senate at the end of next year.
WASHINGTON - The Senate voted last week to update the No Child Left Behind Act, approving the first major changes in federal education law in 15 years.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina told a Las Vegas audience Saturday that Americans have grown accustomed to the notion of only career politicians seeking election.
A man was hospitalized in critical condition following a late Friday night stabbing, Las Vegas police said.
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said Friday that the designation of the Basin and Range National Monument signed by President Barack Obama was an overreach of executive power that he opposed.
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said the Iranian nuclear deal would increase funding for global terrorism, defended capitalism from attacks by both Democrats and Republicans and said America shouldn‘t try nation building in other lands.
Following a series of highly criticized actions, including allegations that she dismissed cases out of spite for the city attorney and put her personal legal expenses on a city purchasing card, North Las Vegas Municipal Judge Catherine Ramsey is set to face a recall vote.
Clark County and its largest union are in a high-profile labor dispute that has two fronts.
Former U.S. Representative Michael Grimm was sentenced to eight months in prison for felony tax evasion on Friday in Brooklyn federal court.
Former President George H.W. Bush is in fair condition and will remain in a Maine hospital for further evaluation after suffering a neck fracture in a fall at his home, his spokesman said in a statement on Thursday.
Clark County Republicans have chosen Ed Williams to be their chairman, picking an openly gay person for the first time in the political organization‘s history.
Two Nevada lawmakers are among sponsors of a new bill to expand federal grants for states and schools to provide training in spotting and reporting child sex abuse.
WASHINGTON — Nevada’s Senate race between Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto and Republican Rep. Joe Heck is an early dead-heat, according to a poll conducted for Democrats and released Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — Republican Rep. Cresent Hardy raised less than $200,000 in the past three months, outpaced by two challengers as he seeks to hold his House seat representing North Las Vegas and six counties in rural Nevada.
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.
Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Ross was right: Not everyone is happy about the controversial three-story apartment complex now set to go up next to one of Centennial Hills‘ toniest subdivisions.
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker campaigned in Las Vegas on Tuesday, making it clear he‘s running on his record of fighting unions and cutting taxes as governor of Wisconsin.
Longtime NV Energy executive and legislative lobbyist Tony Sanchez is set to be appointed to the Nevada Athletic Commission, reliable sources confirmed.
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker came to Las Vegas on Tuesday, where he made it clear he‘s running on his record of fighting unions and cutting taxes as governor of Wisconsin, a state that typically leans Democrat.
WASHINGTON - Nevada Democrats offered a cautious first impression of the nuclear agreement with Iran that President Barack Obama announced on Tuesday. Republicans were more challenging whether the deal will prevent Iran from developing a bomb.
Nevada‘s Public Employees Retirement System in 2013 was a contributor to an overall $968 billion shortfall among 238 public pension systems nationwide, an increase over the previous year of $54 billion, The Pew Charitable Trusts reported Tuesday.