A meager 9% of Americans believe that campaign messages are usually based on facts, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Opinion Research and USAFacts. Only 14% think policy decisions are often or always fact-based, or that Americans’ voting decisions are rooted in facts.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland told House impeachment investigators Wednesday that Rudy Giuliani was pushing a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine that he had to go along with it because it’s what President Donald Trump wanted.
New uncertainty hangs over the Democratic presidential primary as 10 candidates meet on the debate stage once again.
Negotiations are underway to build 195 affordable senior citizen apartment units northwest of the intersection of Pebble Road and Eastern Avenue.
The FAA proposes to address the inefficiencies by implementing new routes that are more direct, automatically separated from each other, and have efficient climb and descent profiles.
SAN DIEGO — Marine Corps prosecutors were scrambling Tuesday to save numerous cases tied to a human smuggling investigation after a military judge ruled it was illegal for the military to arrest the Marines during a morning battalion formation and accuse them in front of their peers.
Parking prices at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport will increase for the first time in six years starting next year.
The Clark County teachers union is increasing dues to fund a campaign that would ask voters to approve a tax increase to provide at least $1 billion more annually for public education in Nevada.
The former special envoy to Ukraine testified Tuesday he should have realized that President Donald Trump was holding up military aid to Ukraine to pressure the country to investigate political rival Joe Biden.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement ends an official legal review that has been in place for four decades.