Former FBI Director James Comey discussed lessons he’d learned about leadership during his career as a federal prosecutor and top law-enforcement official at a William S. Boyd Law School event at UNLV on Tuesday.
The British prime minister said he was optimistic about technology’s future — if humanity finds “the right balance between freedom and control.”
The Nevada Democratic and Republican parties sent volunteers into the Las Vegas Valley to register voters as part of National Voter Registration Day.
The Nevada Press Association recognized the efforts of several state lawmakers — state Sens. David Parks, Melanie Scheible, Ben Kieckhefer, Jason Frierson — and Gov. Steve Sisolak for their efforts in passing a bill to strengthen the state’s public records laws.
Tanya Flanagan, president of the Susan G. Komen Nevada board of directors, has declared her intention to run for the Clark County Commission.
The Nevada Commission on Tourism approves diverting a portion of sales tax revenue to support a tourism improvement district for Area 15 in Las Vegas.
Michael R. White was convicted of insulting Iran’s supreme leader and posting private information online.
The cases, which resemble an inhalation injury, have helped trigger a swift backlash against e-cigarettes, including a proposed federal ban on flavors by the Trump administration.
Reps. Steven Horsford and Susie Lee, both Democrats, said Tuesday they back a House impeachment inquiry into the president, which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced today.
Delivering his third address to the General Assembly in an unusually subdued tone, President Donald Trump again expressed his belief in national sovereignty and contempt for internationalism.