“But we also have to be fully vigilant, China’s military is growing very quickly, they’re establishing military installations that again threaten countries we have treaties with, like the Philippines because they are building on contested property,” said Clinton, who was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.
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There were plenty of things to cheer when it came to education reforms enacted in the 2015 Nevada Legislature.
First, Sen. Harry Reid decided not to seek re-election. Then, Gov. Brian Sandoval opted not to run for the open seat. Candidate Bob Beers might have then imagined his senatorial stock would rise. But it didn’t.
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A senior Oregon lawmaker is proposing that the Democratic-led state raise its minimum wage to $13 an hour by 2018 in a move that would give it the highest statewide minimum pay level in the United States, officials said on Tuesday.
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The operator of the government weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, N.M., faces fines totaling $247,500 after losing track of classified material that was supposed to have been shipped to Nevada in 2007, but never arrived.
Republican leaders plan to launch a counter-offensive intended to undercut Hillary Clinton as she travels to Nevada this week.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved plans to hold auctions to lease out two large, vacant parcels of land near Laughlin.
Leaders with the Service Employees International Union Local 1107 urged Clark County commissioners Tuesday to reconsider the county’s actions tied to a new state law.
Real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2016 presidential election.
Financial disclosures for two of Nevadas four U.S. House members were made public Monday. They show Reps. Joe Heck and Mark Amodei have modest portfolios compared to their millionaire colleagues in Congress.
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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush officially launched his bid Monday to be the GOP nominee for president in 2016, seeking to join his brother, President George W. Bush, and his father, President George H.W. Bush, in occupying the White House.
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A recording of Republican Rep. Cresent Hardy making an inartful reference to the disabled during a speech in Las Vegas was seized by Nevada Democrats last week as fodder for an attack on the freshman congressman who’s their No. 1 target in the 2016 elections.
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