In an interview with the Review-Journal, Rep. Steven Horsford talks gun violence, the 2020 census, ‘Medicare for All’ and Alienfest.
Outside service in the military, being a governor or a senator is historically the surest path to the White House, although experts are divided about which office is a better stepping stone.
Since fiscal year 2006, the county’s Department of Air Quality has transferred more than $7.3 million in air quality penalty funds to the Clark County School District.
Rep. John Shimkus, R-Ill., who for years advocated to open a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain in Nevada, announced Friday he will not seek re-election to Congress.
The Democratic National Committee has recommended the Nevada Democratic Party’s plan for a telephonic virtual caucus option not be approved because of concerns about hacking.
Motorized electric bicycles may soon be humming their way into national parks and other public lands nationwide, under a new Trump administration order — hotly opposed by many outdoors groups.
As the White House scrambles to help President Trump accomplish objective, it’s an idea that mental health professionals say reflects outdated thinking on the treatment of mental illness.
The final choice whether to allow virtual caucuses in Iowa and Nevada is up to the Democratic Party’s powerful Rules and Bylaws Committee.
Trump has called Afghanistan — where the Taliban harbored members of the al-Qaida network responsible for 9/11 — the “Harvard University of terror.”
Jimmy Vega, who last year unsuccessfully ran for North Las Vegas constable, has been charged with crimes related to his campaign, including falsifying records about where he lived.