Protesters on opposite sides of the political spectrum outside President Barack Obama’s speech Friday at Del Sol High School could agree on one thing: They weren’t entirely happy.
Subscribe to Politics RSS feed
The process of filling Mark Hutchison’s state Senate seat is about to get intriguing.
Freshman state lawmakers are getting a crash course in their new jobs this week, from learning how to submit bill draft requests to rest-room locations in the Legislative Building.
Rep. Joe Heck took himself out of the running for a U.S. Senate race in 2016, saying Thursday it would complicate his duties as a congressman and newly promoted brigadier general in the U.S. Army Reserve.
President Barack Obama plans to announce an overhaul of U.S. immigration policy through executive action that would shield up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Outgoing Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe said on Wednesday that he will pardon his son for a felony drug conviction, local media reported.
Republicans passed over Sen. Dean Heller for the job of protecting their new majority in the U.S. Senate.
Pressed by Republicans in Washington to run against Sen. Harry Reid, Gov. Brian Sandoval shrugged off the idea on Wednesday, at least for the time being.
Sen. Harry Reid struck a note of conciliation on Wednesday in his first public remarks since Democrats lost control of the U.S. Senate and he was unseated as majority leader on Election Day this past week.
Southern Nevada 11th and 12th graders with an interest in politics and the issues of the day have a chance to be part of an annual televised discussion put on by the Nevada Newsmakers program.
Senate Democrats, who lost their majority in the Nov. 4 general election that saw major Republican victories across the state, picked Sen. Aaron Ford of Las Vegas on Tuesday as their minority leader for the 2015 legislative session.
Proponents of expanding gun background checks in Nevada said Tuesday they have more than twice the number of signatures needed to put the issue on the 2016 ballot.
You don’t have to be around Dina Titus long to appreciate why the landslide that buried so many Democrats last Tuesday didn’t catch her. Titus made sure she outran it.
President Obama is urging the FCC to reclassify consumer broadband service with the goal of protecting the net neutrality principles that his administration has long supported.
Never mind the potential for name fatigue. Former U.S. President George W. Bush likes the idea of a 2016 presidential matchup between his Republican brother Jeb Bush and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Gov. Brian Sandoval says his office has been contacted by representatives of Uber about finding a way to operate legally in the state.
CARSON CITY — Nevada has 243 tax exemptions that have an impact the state budget that are worth about $2.2 billion a year, according to a Monday report by the state Department of Taxation.
The Nevada Democratic Party said Monday it plans a review to determine “what went wrong in 2014” elections in which Republicans swept to power, winning all the state’s top offices and taking control of the Legislature.
We’ll be back. That’s the message a handful of Nevada Democratic candidates delivered after suffering losses in Tuesday’s election.
A Mormon bishop in Los Angeles apologized Sunday for the tone of a blog saying Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was unworthy to enter the faith’s temples, but stood by his criticism of Reid’s stands on some issues.
With the Las Vegas 51s minor league baseball team possibly leaving the Cashman Center, Las Vegas officials are seeking ideas for what to do with the 70-acre downtown stadium and convention center site.
Education Initiative opponents didn’t expect such a landslide defeat. Neither did pollsters, whose work showed the proposed margins tax to be everything from a voter favorite to a statistical toss-up.
A $10 billion-a-year effort to protect sensitive government data, from military secrets to Social Security numbers, is struggling to keep pace with an increasing number of cyberattacks and is unwittingly being undermined by federal employees and contractors.