U.S. Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, who has been vying with challenger Bernie Sanders for the support of organized labor, scored a win on Saturday with an endorsement from the National Education Association, a huge teachers union.
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Someday, perhaps not too far into the future, some young person is going to look at his or her cup of Starbucks Coffee, read the warning about how it's a hot beverage and wonder, "Why is that necessary?"
Presidential candidate Donald Trump appealed to veterans on Tuesday by saying a Trump administration would let them go to private hospitals and see private doctors if the Department of Veterans Affairs failed to provide decent care.
Set against a backdrop of powerful hydraulic machines capable of raising many tons of dead weight, Wisconsin Gov. and GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker surely hoped for a similar boost to his sagging campaign Monday at XTreme Manufacturing in downtown Las Vegas.
A downtown Dallas rally by presidential hopeful Donald Trump produced some of the sharpest scenes of conflict yet in his campaign as hundreds gathered to protest his positions on immigration and confronted supporters as they left the event.
No one has more on the line in Wednesday night's Republican presidential debate than Jeb Bush.
Embattled Nevada Department of Corrections Director Greg Cox resigned abruptly Monday under unknown circumstances.
With the NFL season underway and fans opening their wallets to assemble "virtual" teams, a New Jersey lawmaker wants to know: Is fantasy sports gambling or not?
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker wants to "wreak havoc on Washington" by remaking the landscape of American labor.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Heck wouldn't be the first Nevadan to wear two hats as a senator and reserve general officer if he succeeds in his bid to fill the seat of departing Democratic Sen. Harry Reid.
The executive director of the state agency that certifies peace officers faces a state ethics inquiry tied to his prior side work as a paid instructor for police academies.
Don't bank on Donald Trump becoming the 45th president of the United States. That's the message from the gamblers placing bets on the 2016 race for the White House.
Sen. Harry Reid debuted new eyewear last week, a milestone for the Nevadan dealing with the aftermath of severe facial injury.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's nuclear agreement with Iran appeared likely to remain intact following historic votes in Congress last week.
Think of her as the caretaker mayor. Nearly three months into her second term as Las Vegas' top elected official, Mayor Carolyn Goodman admitted she rode husband and former Mayor Oscar Goodman's coattails into her seventh-floor office.
A former foster family is at odds with the Clark County Department of Family Services over guns. Family Services revoked the family's foster parent license in July, but the family is appealing the decision and has retained an attorney.
Rick Perry dropped his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on Friday, as his campaign was unable to overcome deep financial problems that left him without enough money to run a campaign in early voting states.
Silent until the last minute, Rep. Dina Titus on Friday morning voted in favor of the nuclear agreement the Obama administration negotiated with Iran.
In symbolic vote, the U.S. House of Representatives defeated a measure to approve the Iran nuclear deal.
With no counteroffer on the table, the Air Force let its final $5.2 million offer expire at 3 p.m. Thursday and asked the Justice Department to condemn the Sheahan family's Groom Mine property and claims near the classified Area 51 installation.
Five Southern Nevada residents, including a financial expert, the general manager of the Regional Transportation Commission and an engineering professor, have been named to the new Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority.
Dozens of Las Vegas gun control activists rallied in the west valley Thursday night as part of a national push to get Congress to act on their behalf.
Two Republican presidential candidates are coming to Las Vegas next week: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.