With 2018’s arrival, the campaign season will soon ramp up. But the final weeks of 2017 had plenty to offer, including a progressive PAC calling for U.S. Rep. Ruben Kihuen to give back its donation.
Whether 2017 becomes a historical turning point in workplace sexual harassment will remain speculation until time passes and historians look at the long haul.
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., readily admits he “wasn’t one of the biggest supporters” of President Donald Trump during the 2016 election. “I didn’t know him. He didn’t know me.”
WASHINGTON — A shift in the political landscape in 2017 begins with the dizzying domination of the news cycle by President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, the reckoning of sexual harassment allegations, tragic mass shootings and the stumbling governance of Republicans in Congress.
It’s time to put my credibility as a pundit on the line and offer eight political predictions for 2018.
Nevada could soon join the ranks of states that have been sued over the way they fund public education. Several activist groups in Nevada have indicated they are considering such a step.
A secret government program that investigated UFO sightings, stored objects of unknown origin in a Las Vegas warehouse and survived for at least five years with shadowy funding secured by Harry Reid?
Lawmakers dashed out of town Friday for the holidays, but they face mounting financial issues, a budget showdown, an immigration bill and measures to shore up public health care exchanges when Congress returns in early January.
The unprecedented order issued this week by State Engineer Jason King prohibits new domestic wells anywhere in the Pahrump Valley unless property owners first purchase existing water rights.
Nearly 91,000 Nevadans enrolled in coverage for 2018 through the state exchange created by the Affordable Care Act during a shortened sign-up period, new data show. That exceeded the total for last year by about 1,900.