As Justice Anthony Kennedy prepares to retire, all eyes in Washington will be on the battle to confirm whomever President Donald Trump nominates.
Armed with signs, shouting chants, dressed in white and carrying water to handle the summer heat, a few hundred people gathered in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning to protest the Trump administration’s family separation and detention policy.
Recreational marijuana sales became legal in Nevada on July 1, 2017. In the year that’s passed, cash has flowed, businesses have grown and no major controversies have surfaced.
Canada announced billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs against the U.S. on Friday in a tit-for-tat response to the Trump administration’s duties on Canadian steel and aluminum.
Nevada health officials are investigating patient care conditions at North Vista Hospital three months after a Review-Journal report detailed allegations of physical abuse in the psychiatric ward.
President Donald Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One he plans to announce his choice to succeed retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9.
Two weeks after Nevada’s primary election, a panel of newspaper readers say they’re fed up with the mud-slinging, negative ads and flow of campaign cash meant to sway their votes.
Family Court Judge Jennifer Elliott has announced her retirement, effective June 30.
A looming Senate battle over a Supreme Court vacancy following the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy focused on abortion rights Thursday and placed two moderate Republican women senators in the spotlight.
The recreational marijuana industry has accounted for 17 percent of the state’s taxable sales base this year, according to the department.