The nation’s secretaries of state are trying to reassure voters that despite talk of cyberattacks and “rigged” systems in this contentious election cycle, the prospect of outside hackers skewing the outcome is remote.
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Donald Trump faced a swift backlash Tuesday after declaring that African-Americans are “in the worst shape they’ve ever been” during a campaign event.
With 42 words, a hashtag and a bowl of Skittles, Donald Trump Jr. set out to illustrate what he saw as the danger of letting Syrian refugees into the United States. Instead, he set the Internet ablaze with controversy.
He may not be running for political office in 2016, but Gov. Brian Sandoval is weighing in on races and ballot measures. His latest popularity rating may help in those efforts.
Fox News star Megyn Kelly is attached to produce a new scripted series with “Fifty Shades of Grey” producer Michael De Luca following a presidential campaign trail and the embedded journalists who cover it.
Questions raised by two Clark County commissioners about aproposed NFL stadium prevented the body from taking a stance Tuesday on the $1.9 billion project.
Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities will give a presentation Wednesday on Ballot Question 2
The Henderson City Council approved an exclusive negotiation agreement with Marnell Properties LLC, which will let the company develop a feasibility study and a proposed master plan for the property.
Senate candidates Catherine Cortez Masto and Joe Heck have a debate scheduled as they spar their way toward Election Day.
Campaign rhetoric and debates can get acerbic, pointed, and some might argue, rude. But a Central Michigan professor will come to UNLV on Thursday to discuss politeness during debate discourse.