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The Republican presidential campaigns will ask debate sponsors to commit to certain criteria and answer a list of questions in order to determine whether or not they are fit to moderate future GOP debates.
A conservative think tank grading Nevada lawmakers on their performance on behalf of taxpayers in the 2015 legislative session found only 20 of 63 who achieved favorable voting records.
Andrew Matthews quit his paid job as president of the Nevada Policy Research Institute when he decided to run for Congress. As a Republican candidate in the 3rd Congressional District, he is now getting paid from his campaign funds.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Paul Ryan was elected the 54th speaker of the House last week, ending a tumultuous month of intra-party politics for House Republicans.
House Speaker Paul Ryan pushed back Sunday against calls to expand paid family leave despite his own desire for a work-family balance in his new job.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said he is conflicted about the death penalty and wants to see reforms in how it is implemented.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul took the lessons of his father to heart. And he ended up in Pahrump.
Like two old friends squabbling over who picked up the last dinner check, Las Vegas and Clark County could soon be arguing — yet again — over who owes the other more money.
The Senate, working late into the night, approved a two-year budget deal early Friday morning that will avoid a government default on its debts and remove caps on discretionary spending that most lawmakers found too onerous.
A group called The Coalition for Nevada's Future on Thursday filed a legal challenge to a referendum sought by GOP anti-tax advocates who want to put the new commerce tax on the 2016 general election ballot for repeal.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz canceled his campaign events scheduled in Las Vegas today.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday voted to install Republican Rep. Paul Ryan as its new speaker, replacing John Boehner following a revolt by conservative lawmakers who forced his retirement.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush suggested rival Marco Rubio resign his Senate seat on Wednesday at a testy economic debate marked by frequent personal attacks and several heated clashes over tax policy.
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, would leave daily fantasy sports websites untouched as he pursues a federal ban on Internet gambling that is aimed largely at online poker.
Republican presidential candidates ranking lower in the polls are hopeful that the third time really is the charm in Wednesday's two-hour GOP debate.
Paul Ryan, the Republican nominee for speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, on Wednesday promised change and a new vision in the House and said the country was "on the wrong track."
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz will be in Las Vegas on Thursday.
The Senate on Tuesday narrowly rejected an amendment that U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada said would have strengthened privacy protections to a cybersecurity bill that was later approved by the upper chamber.
The House voted Tuesday to revive the Export-Import Bank, whose charter expired in July, by approving a bill that reached the floor through a rarely-used petition process by rank-and-file members.
"Supergirl" star Melissa Benoist got word that Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush called her "pretty hot."
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul opened his Nevada campaign office Monday, declaring himself the only fiscal conservative among the other GOP hopefuls.
As Hillary Clinton's lead in the Democratic polls diminished in the past few months while rival Bernie Sanders gained steam, she recently announced a plan that focuses on jobs, the middle class and small business. Here's a look at where Clinton stands on the key issues and how those positions could affect the U.S. economy and your wallet if she is elected president.