Reporters for the New York Times and the Washington Post are no longer attending the daily White House briefing, ostensibly because of concerns about the coronavirus.
The Nevada System of Higher Education is asking the Supreme Court whether the state constitution prohibits a sitting justice from resigning to take a job as university chancellor.
In an effort to stop coronavirus, Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered Nevadans to stay at home and non-essential businesses to close. He’s allowing abortion clinics, however, to remain open.
If only the national mainstream media was as incredulous about China’s coronavirus claims as they are about President Donald Trump’s.
By his own standard, the public should presume that Joe Biden is guilty of sexual assault.
Coronavirus fatality predictions have become frequent talking points – even though they presented an inflated picture. We are living in a news climate where the scarier the factoid, the more credibility it can claim.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske made the right decision to protect poll workers and voters when she and the state’s local elections officials decided to switch to an all-mail primary election in June.
Anyone who thinks the coronavirus outbreak shows the need for larger government hasn’t been paying attention.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says that if he was treating a patient with coronavirus he would prescribe hydroxychloroquine. On Wednesday, Gov. Steve Sisolak made it illegal for your personal doctor to do just that.
Democrats’ coronavirus stimulus delay is shameful