Nevada Rep. Mark Amodei said he favored the impeachment inquiry into President Trump’s call with the president of Ukraine, but not impeachment itself; the distinction was lost on many over the weekend.
Democratic presidential candidates are hosting a series of events open to the public around Las Vegas on Wednesday, the day of a forum focused on gun violence.
Whether he can prevail in a crowded Democratic field, and then defeat President Donald Trump, is “something that’s holding some folks back.”
Philanthropist and 2020 presidential candidate Tom Steyer campaigned with striking GM workers in Sparks on Friday, saying corporate control of government and politics must be reversed, and that President Trump should be removed from office.
Former Vice President Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump Friday of using tax dollars to try to induce the president of Ukraine to conduct an investigation into Biden’s son, Hunter, for Trump’s own political gain.
The public discussion focused on the common hardships and misconceptions faced by American Islamic communities, as well as their history in the United States.
State and county officials are moving forward on a stalled effort to build a memorial commemorating the 1 October shooting victims.
A bill by Rep. Dina Titus that would require airports, including McCarran in Las Vegas, to post signs in languages other than English passed the House on Thursday.
It would allow the Energy Department to prepare Yucca Mountain to store nuclear waste, but the House nor Senate budgets include funding for the project.
Comic Chris Rock will be the first guest, with former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and comic Patton Oswalt lined up for future shows.