Nevada veterans hoping finally to talk frankly with their VA physicians about using marijuana as part of their medical treatment still cannot do so even though a federal policy that critics claim blocks such honest doctor-patient discussions expired Jan. 31.
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Here are six keys to the Iowa caucuses, which take place Monday.
The gun lobby is often portrayed as a goliath, but in the fight in Nevada over the Background Check Initiative, it might be the underdog.
The U.S. Senate took up a broad, bipartisan energy bill last week and began voting on what is expected to be scores of amendments to update provisions in place since 2007.
The New York Times Editorial Board on Saturday said Ohio Governor John Kasich was the "only plausible choice" in the race for the Republican nomination in the U.S. presidential election.
The New York Times' editorial board on Saturday endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, a boost for the former secretary of state two days before the Iowa caucuses.
Campaigns and their allied super PACs on Sunday will unveil for the first time in months how much cash they've raised, signaling how much staying power they have in the race for the White House.
The U.S. State Department conceded for the first time on Friday that intelligence officials were correct to say that at least 22 emails sent through Hillary Clinton's private server contain some of the government's most sensitive secrets.
Democrats who work on or near the Strip will be able to caucus on Feb. 20 without traveling to their home precinct.
Gov. Brian Sandoval told federal environmental regulators Friday there are no imminent health concerns at an abandoned copper mine near Yerington to demand immediate listing as a national priority for Superfund cleanup.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump skipped a presidential debate in Iowa on Thursday after a flurry of last-minute negotiations with host Fox News, holding his own rally a few miles away four days before the first nominating contest of the 2016 race.
Campaign staffers for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders have gained access to employee dining areas on Strip properties by passing themselves off as union members and using the Culinary union's button, according to the union.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee is no longer "skeptomistic" about the city, and he hopes its residents aren't either.
Legislators in 2015 made a major change in how judges, regents and other nonpartisan candidates in county and statewide races are elected. As a result, many of this year's nonpartisan races will be decided by fewer voters.
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid initially tried to use humor Wednesday when asked about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's remarks naming him as a Democrat he could do business with in Congress.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has been full of high-risk political maneuvers, but his latest one could be his biggest gamble yet.
Anyone who has followed Rep. Joe Heck's career knows he takes pride in his relationship with the veterans of the 3rd Congressional District.
JStreetPAC put out a call to raise money for Catherine Cortez Masto's U.S. Senate campaign and has bundled upward of $15,000.
After a day of threatening to abstain from Fox News' Thursday night GOP debate, Donald Trump has officially dropped out of the event, his campaign manager told the Associated Press.
Jacky Rosen announced Tuesday she is running for the Democratic nomination for the 3rd Congressional District.
Hillary Clinton says she's a "proven fighter." But Bernie Sanders says that while experience is important, "it is not the only thing" that Democratic voters should weigh. And Martin O'Malley took off his jacket.
Residents of New Jersey's southern shorefront towns on Monday cleaned up homes and businesses flooded by a storm surge during the weekend's massive blizzard and rued what they described as Governor Chris Christie's dismissive treatment of the damage.
With Iowa kicking off the 2016 election season in one week, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton tried to erase doubts about her judgment raised by rival Bernie Sanders on Monday while digging deep into her years of governing experience.