Days after the Miss USA pageant was dropped by Univision and NBC, the July 12 event has found a new home on television, the Reelz channel.
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Louisiana Governor and U.S. presidential candidate Bobby Jindal caused a Twitter storm of jokes and insults in India on Thursday after he said he dislikes being called an Indian-American.
Donald Trump, the billionaire real-estate mogul, is planning to sue U.S. Spanish-language TV network Univision for dropping coverage of the Miss USA pageant he part-owns, his lawyer said on Thursday.
Legislation that would reimpose a ban on legalized gambling over the Internet was introduced Wednesday in the U.S. Senate.
The Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to relocate a state-of-the-art radiation monitoring laboratory from Las Vegas to Alabama, a move that has drawn protests from nuclear safety activists and officials from Nevada and California.
Binding arbitration appears more likely after negotiations between Clark County and its largest union didn’t show signs of progress at a bargaining meeting Tuesday.
Now that people are calling to replace Hey, Reb, the UNLV mascot who had Confederate origins, with a less offensive choice, here are some possible alternatives.
The long-range forecast doesn’t bode well for the interior West as it chokes on a fourth year of drought and smoke from wildfires.
President Barack Obama is used to hecklers stopping him during speeches — but he draws the line when the audience interrupts him in his own house.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Wednesday she is confident that Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, who with armed supporters faced down federal officials over grazing cattle on public land, will be held accountable.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, once a Republican rising star who passed on an opportunity to seek the White House in 2012, announced his candidacy on Wednesday under much more trying circumstances.
Gov. Brian Sandoval welcomed water experts and managers from around the West on Tuesday to Lake Tahoe, where they reviewed a final report on dealing with drought.
FreedomFest, a 3½-day celebration of liberty and freedom in Las Vegas next month, won’t be free for hardly anyone — and especially bloggers trying to pass themselves off as the working press to avoid paying $500 for a ticket.
The White House will release on Wednesday a presidential directive and an executive order that will allow the government to communicate and negotiate with terrorist groups holding Americans hostage, a source briefed on the matter told CNN.
The Kentucky senator has four planned stops for Monday, and the former Florida governor will be in Henderson on Saturday.
Heller’s campaign will return a $500 campaign contribution received in 2012 from the leader of a white supremacist group mentioned by the alleged killer of nine people in a Charleston, S.C. church.
The first black Republican woman elected to Congress is returning $1,000 in donations from Earl Holt, the alleged white supremacist whose writings have reportedly inspired Charleston shooter Dylann Roof.
It’s long past time for the battle flag of the Confederacy to be removed from government property, everywhere in the United States.
Days before the Supreme Court could strip it of a central component, there is still no “plan B” for Obamacare. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell warned the Obama administration will be unable to cover the millions of Americans who could lose their medical insurance if the Supreme Court decides to unravel much of the Affordable Care Act.
The United States said on Monday it would contribute special operations forces, intelligence and other high-end military assets to a new NATO rapid response force that aims in part to deter any future actions by Russia.
Congress is on a path to extend for another year a restriction on the Interior Department’s potential listing of the sage grouse as an endangered or threatened species, but efforts by some Western Republicans to place stronger checks on the department have run into complications.
Clark County and its largest union are locked in a contentious labor dispute over a new state law that might not end until September.
A new state law prevents school administrators paid more more than $120,000 from joining a collective bargaining unit or negotiating contracts with union help. Their current contract expires June 30, along with their benefits.