Judges are expressing concerns about safety after Nye County commissioners voted last month to allow weapons in most areas of the region’s courthouses.
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the most powerful Nevadan ever elected to federal office and the longest-serving U.S. senator in state history, died Tuesday.
Guy Nohra says running for office “is not life and death,” but thinks he can add a new perspective to the race.
Has the cultural left, along with some major institutions and companies, gone too far in embracing anti-racist ideas?
Federal health regulators said late Friday that kid-size doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine appear highly effective at preventing symptomatic infections in elementary school children and caused no unexpected safety issues, as the U.S. weighs beginning vaccinations in youngsters.
Former Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s comments come as he wraps up the southern swing of a statewide tour in his effort to unseat Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto next year.
Facebook along with its Instagram and WhatsApp platforms suffered a worldwide outage Monday that has extended more than three hours. Facebook’s internal systems used by employees also went down. Service has not yet been restored.
Frances Haugen was identified in a “60 Minutes” interview Sunday as the woman who anonymously filed complaints with federal law enforcement that the company’s own research shows how it magnifies hate and misinformation.
Confusion and controversy erupt following announcement that booster shots for the general public are coming in September.
Gary and Judy Robinson say they have experienced first-hand the benefits of Aduhelm, approved by the FDA Administration in June, through Judy’s participation in clinical trials.