Raucous protesters and supporters of Donald Trump violently confronted each other in California leading to some 20 arrests as the Republican presidential contender brought his campaign to conservative Orange County.
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Presidential candidate Donald Trump says two of his children feel guilty about missing a voter registration deadline, meaning they will not be able to vote for him next week in New York’s Republican primary.
North Las Vegas Parks and Recreation officials hope new offerings at city parks will net more fans and cash to cover costs.
A bill that started out in the 2015 Legislature as a proposal to open Nevada’s primary elections to all voters came out of the lawmaking grinder doing nothing of the sort. Instead, tens of thousands of voters in four Nevada legislative races won’t have any choice.
A group pushing a November ballot measure to legalize the recreational use of small amounts of marijuana in Nevada is getting a campaign to win voter support underway.
The Democratic and Republican presidential candidates are coming to terms with the cold mathematical reality of chasing delegates ahead of their nominating conventions, with front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump driving for challenge-proof majorities against rivals who won’t go away.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle is facing a dramatically different political landscape compared to six years ago when she lost to Sen. Harry Reid by almost 6 points.
The Clark County Republican Party had a chaotic convention on Saturday that began with long lines of attendees waiting to get registered and ended with an announcement the county party chairman Ed Williams has resigned.
Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz made a stop in Las Vegas this weekend to garner the support of an influential Jewishgroup.
Bernie Sanders won the U.S. presidential Democratic nominating contest in Wyoming on Saturday, besting rival Hillary Clinton and adding to a string of recent victories as the two candidates gear up for a crucial matchup in New York.
Looking both East and West for support, Republican presidential candidates angled Saturday to pick up more delegates in Colorado while at the same time bidding for favor a half-continent away in New York’s all-important April 19 primary. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders picked up another win in Wyoming’s caucuses.
Dennis Hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to a person the former House speaker sexually abused when the victim was a 14-year-old wrestler on a team coached by Hastert, prosecutors said in a court filing Friday that details allegations by five former students.
President Obama on Friday announced his attention to appoint Nancy Brune, executive director of the Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities, to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.
For those looking to probe just exactly how the public pays government employees in Nevada, the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s annual salary number crunch is out.
The nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights organization has launched a major voter-registration drive in the battleground states of Nevada, Florida, Colorado, Virginia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina to identify and sign up hundreds of thousands of potential Hispanic voters.
Clark County Republican Party Chairman Ed Williams faces an ethics complaint tied in part to the negotiation of the party’s contract with the Rio for the party’s convention Saturday.
Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday delivered an impassioned address at UNLV to raise awareness about sexual assault on college campuses, decrying a culture that subjects victims to being “raped by the system.”
The state Supreme Court extended the briefing schedule in the appeal over Nevada’s education savings account to accommodate outside groups wanting to file friend-of-court briefs.
The city of Las Vegas is projected to see a budget shortfall of $3.1 million in fiscal year 2017 after operating in the black for the past four years, according to a tentative budget unveiled to the City Council on Wednesday.
Aiming to streamline tasks, the North Las Vegas City Council approved $919,000 to fund new planning and business licensing software.
The Clark County School Board Wednesday approved a $2.2 billion budget that includes larger class sizes and fewer year-round schools but expands full-day kindergarten to all elementary campuses.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid on Wednesday lauded a study linking $156 million in economic activity to the Basin and Range National Monument and nine other monuments in four states even though figures were not available for those specific sites.
Pirates are plundering Las Vegas taxpayers — with the help of the City Council.