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Nevada congressional candidate Andrew Matthews said on Friday he'll stop paying himself a salary from his campaign fund and return the nearly $12,000 he has received since filing as a candidate in late July.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson's campaign on Friday acknowledged he never applied nor was accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point – a tale he included in his autobiography and that he has repeated since then, POLITICO reported on Friday.
Ask anybody who's ever done it: Running for Congress is a lot of hard work. So why not get paid for it?
The House approved legislation Thursday that could, someday, pave the way for construction of a highway directly linking Las Vegas and Reno
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck introduced legislation Thursday aimed at alleviating a shortage of physician assistants at VA health facilities.
Potential GOP U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle on Thursday announced that a petition drive is underway asking voters to protect personal student data now being collected as part of Nevada's education reform efforts.
The U.S. Congress should remove obstacles it has imposed to closing the Guantanamo Bay prison, the White House said on Thursday, even as the House of Representatives' top Republican voiced support for keeping prisoners at the military facility in Cuba.
Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson believes the Egyptian pyramids were used for grain.
Nevada counties will receive a little something extra from the federal government to compensate them for federal lands that don't generate tax revenue.
CARSON CITY — Researchers at Nevada's medical school and University Medical Center in Las Vegas will share $8 million for projects and programs aimed at improving women's health, thanks to a 2014 settlement with a major drug company, the attorney general's office announced Wednesday.
The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders plans to launch Spanish radio ads this week in Nevada markets highlighting the Vermont U.S. senator's roots as the son of a Polish immigrant.
A Philadelphia crossing guard has won $10,000 simply for casting her ballot for mayor in a lottery designed to encourage voter turnout.
State regulators pulled the license of Assemblywoman Michele Fiore's home health care business in Las Vegas on Tuesday after inspectors found the business closed, but were unable to reach her.
A subcommittee chaired by U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nevada, is coming to Southern Nevada on Friday to talk about the effects of federal regulations on small businesses.
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley will be in Las Vegas on Sunday.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., plans to ask the Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General to examine how the agency promotes and transfers regional managers after learning that the VA created a work-from-home advisory position for the former director of the embattled regional benefits office in Reno.
A progressive political watchdog group wants Congress and the Federal Election Commission to investigate alleged ties between Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson and reputed Chinese organized crime figures.
Even as Americans remain transfixed by Donald Trump and the feisty presidential contest that won't actually be decided for another 12 months, Election Day this year arrived Tuesday with plenty at stake.
Larry Lessig, the Harvard professor and Internet freedom advocate who waged a long shot bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, said on Monday that he is ending his presidential campaign.
As presidential hopefuls like Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton compete for a chance to lead the U.S., they'll need to prove their grits when it comes to the economy, among other issues. From their books to speeches and interviews, here are 10 of the best and worst pieces of money advice from 2016 presidential candidates.
Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-Las Vegas, has filed as a candidate with the Federal Election Commission to run for U.S. Rep. Joe Heck's 3rd Congressional District seat.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has asked the Federal Election Commission for an opinion on whether he can tap his campaign fund to pay for a full-time assistant after he's retired from the Senate.