King Steve Sisolak is acting more like Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman than California Gov. Gavin Newsom when it comes to coronavirus.
If he weren’t the one supporting it, Superintendent Jesus Jara might decry distance learning as an example of systemic racism, implicit bias or both.
American habits and behaviors have been radically disrupted and the full consequences of these changes are still unknown.
“60 Minutes” sat down with President Trump for a long interview, but failed to ask about a story that the mainstream media has all but ignored: potential corruption involving Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.
Nevada’s unique protest-vote option, None of These Candidates, can’t win a race, but it has been known to attract voters in contests where the human candidates don’t appeal.
If wearing masks were the key to stamping out the coronavirus, the pandemic would be over. Nevadans have been donning them for months.
The Clark County Election Department lowered the factory settings on its signature verification machine. So much for matching signatures as an impenetrable guard against election fraud.
The coronavirus debate is about much more than masks.
Anywhere ideology trumps science, public service, history, art and entertainment, ruin surely follows.
Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro has faced recalls, lawsuits and attacks on her record from former allies, but says she still loves the job.