President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he intends to nominate Jeffrey Rosen, a longtime litigator and deputy transportation secretary, to replace Rod Rosenstein as deputy attorney general.
Two mothers of children slain by undocumented immigrants said they tried unsuccessfully to persuade President Donald Trump to delay signing a spending bill to prevent a government shutdown when they and four other “Angel Moms” met with him last Friday.
Motorists who take the risk of running red lights in Nevada may soon pay the price thanks to technology.
After criticism from off-roaders and environmentalists, the Clark County Commission has delayed action on a proposal to create three new recreation areas for all-terrain vehicles.
As cities across the U.S. wrangle with the emerging ride-sharing business, Clark County officials say they are not quite ready to embrace electric scooters — even as a pilot program.
Assaulting a security guard in Nevada could carry the same punishment as assaulting a police officer, under a proposed law change being considered in the state Legislature.
The bill requires such statements to include the name and school of the child and written consent to share the information with the state’s Division of Public and Behavioral Health.
The $54 million proposed for school safety follows on recommendations of a task force and covers spending in five areas: school social workers, safety resource/police officers; building safety enhancements, new learning programs for social and emotional development, and staff support.
Nevada Rep. Steven Horsford was tapped Tuesday by House Democratic leadership to serve as a senior Whip to help shape policy and messaging on issues before the 116th Congress.
Senior White House officials pushed a project to share nuclear power technology with Saudi Arabia despite the objections of ethics and national security officials, according to a new congressional report citing whistleblowers within the administration.