U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said Thursday that birthright citizenship should be on the table in the broader dialogue about immigration reform.
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Tom Collins, Clark County's colorful and controversial "cowboy commissioner," stepped down on Monday, announcing his decision but not explaining it in a post on his Twitter account.
A group of anti-tax Republicans on Monday filed a referendum with the Nevada Secretary of State's office seeking to put a $1.1 billion tax package sought by Gov. Brian Sandoval and approved by the Legislature to the voters in 2016.
In recent months, it's been impossible to turn on a television or read the news without seeing Donald Trump's name — especially after the first Republican primary debate in which he was asked about calling women "fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals."
Donald Trump continued to defy the laws of political gravity on Monday as a Reuters/Ipsos poll found the real estate mogul holding onto a wide lead among Republicans in the presidential race.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Monday he supported the use of U.S. ground troops to fight Islamic State in the Middle East.
The announcement Wednesday of a new veterans clinic for Pahrump came with a heaping side of politics over how credit should be apportioned.
Republican presidential hopefuls are headed to a Northern Nevada ranch to woo voters and test their gastric nerves with a Basque heritage dish of lamb testicles.
Donald Trump's campaign said Saturday it has fired top political adviser Roger Stone -- who promptly said he had quit.
State officials are dimming the lights and preparing to phase out an ambitious but short-lived program initially intended to help people stay in their homes as Nevada's housing market crumbled and home values plummeted during the Great Recession.
Forget the polls. Forget the talking heads on TV. Forget the lies and empty promises being pitched by the candidates. If you want to know who the Republican presidential nominee will be, look to Vegas.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid introduced legislation this week to grant nearly 26,000 acres of federal land to the Moapa Band of Paiutes outside Las Vegas.
Fresh on the heels of the announcement of a Democratic presidential debate in Nevada in October, the state GOP on Friday posted on its Facebook page that the Republican National Committee is planning its own Silver State debate in December.
New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, an influential Jewish Democrat who's poised to assume leadership of his party in the Senate, will oppose President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, he announced on Thursday evening.
Fox's GOP debate was watched by 24 million viewers on Thursday night, according to Nielsen data, making it the highest-rated primary debate in television history.
Although Donald Trump stole the show (and screen time) during the first GOP presidential debate of the 2016 season, many contenders delivered strong performances and polished answers.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said his views on abortion — which were grilled Thursday night at the Republican field's first primary debate — are rooted in his faith and that's why he opposes abortion even in cases of rape or incest.
There were plenty of TV-worthy moments in the Republican presidential debate on Fox News Thursday, but there were plenty that weren't.
Thursday's question-and-answer sessions with Republican presidential candidates — sorry, they weren't debates — won't clear the field and won't create much separation in the polls, but they accomplished the top goal of party loyalists focused on taking back the White House in 2016.
Donald Trump was the center of attention at a testy first Republican presidential debate on Thursday, drawing boos from the crowd and a rebuke from a rival when he refused to rule out an independent White House bid and bristled at questions about his attitudes toward women.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush will visit North Las Vegas and Reno on Wednesday, his campaign said.
Nevada will host the first of six presidential primary debates for Democrats on Oct. 13, according to Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
If ever there was a legislative candidate shortchanged by an election in 2014, it was Gary Fisher.