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Education candidates talk teachers, funding at Las Vegas forum

Candidates for the Clark County School Board and Nevada Board of Regents tackled teacher retention, funding and accountability in a forum at the Public Education Foundation on Monday.

Sex crimes prosecutor: Kavanaugh case doesn’t meet evidence standard

A sex crimes prosecutor brought in to question the woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her three decades ago said she did not believe a “reasonable prosecutor” would go forward with this case as it did not meet a “preponderance of the evidence standard.”

Barack Obama endorses 12 more Nevada candidates

Former President Barack Obama on Monday announced his support of attorney general candidate Aaron Ford and 11 other Democrats on the Nevada ballot as part of his second wave of 2018 endorsements.

Ex-Yale classmate of Kavanaugh says nominee was heavy drinker

As the FBI explored the past allegations that have surfaced against Brett Kavanaugh, another Yale classmate came forward to accuse the federal appellate judge of being untruthful in his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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