If masks worked as advertised, Nevada wouldn’t be experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases.
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.
Casting a vote for President Donald Trump isn’t the same thing as agreeing with all of his tweets.
If Laurel Morley wasn’t honest, she could have voted four times in this election. Blame Nevada’s rushed vote-by-mail system.
It’s time to stop pretending science provides an infallible solution to the coronavirus.
A constitutional convention called by the states would have virtually no rules, couldn’t be constrained by Congress or the president, and could end in all manner of mischief.
With his no-drama demeanor during the vice presidential debate Wednesday, Pence showed America how Trump would look if he acted like a politician: like a president.