Donald Trump's ties to Las Vegas are impossible to miss, much like his unconventional campaign for president.
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People who want to be part of this country no longer have to promise to "fight" for it. New U.S. citizens always take a sworn oath to "bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law." But as of this week, they don't have to say that anymore.
The secretary of Veterans Affairs told lawmakers on Wednesday that unless Congress takes emergency action to correct a $2.5 billion shortfall, the VA at the end of the month will begin shutting down medical centers "all across the country."
After Donald Trump read South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham's personal cell phone number during a presidential speech this week, Graham got his revenge: but not on Trump.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Tuesday it has picked a new director for its embattled regional office in Reno.
WASHINGTON — Staked to a head start, Nevada Republican Rep. Joe Heck holds an early advantage over Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto in fundraising for U.S. Senate, according to federal records.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Republican John Kasich promised to use his decades of political experience in Washington and the U.S. heartland to create jobs and tighten government spending as he made a relatively late entry to the 2016 race for the White House on Tuesday.
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee will be in Las Vegas on Thursday for a campaign event.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump persisted in his attacks on fellow Republicans on Tuesday, calling U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham an "idiot" and giving out the South Carolina lawmaker‘s cellphone number during a campaign rally.
It's $14 more expensive to get married in the wedding capital of the world.
Congress took another step Tuesday to renew the federal deduction for state and local sales taxes, a benefit targeted to Nevadans and residents of a half-dozen other states.
Andy Matthews, late of the Nevada Policy Research Institute, on Monday began his brand-new campaign for the 3rd Congressional District the way many politicians do, with a nice-sounding promise that‘s impossible to keep.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would increase the incentives for corporate whistleblowers to come forward to report financial misconduct, she said Monday.
After a weekend full of backlash for his comments saying former POW Sen. John McCain is "not a war hero," Donald Trump put his defiance in writing.
Nearly 50 people, including many officials with Nevada‘s higher education system, are accompanying Gov. Brian Sandoval on part or all of his two-week trade mission to Europe which is now under way.
The former president of a conservative policy group announced his candidacy Monday for Nevada‘s 3rd Congressional District.
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.