Thousands of Google employees walked out last fall to protest the company’s handling of sexual misconduct claims.
Nevada is asking a federal judge to amend a lawsuit so the state can force the federal government to remove a half metric ton of plutonium secretly shipped to the Nevada National Security Site last fall.
The world’s largest island is an autonomous territory of Denmark.
The rule would eliminate “categorical eligibility,” which allows some people enrolled in other federal assistance programs to automatically qualify for food stamps.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., focused on union-specific promises during a brief video campaign speech to a painters union convention in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Chad Williams of the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, given six months probation and ordered to attend ethics training following sexual harassment investigation.
A Clark County commissioner is proposing a one-eighth percent sales tax instead of the maximum quarter-cent sales tax allowed under Assembly Bill 309.
Cathy Woods, a woman wrongfully imprisoned in Nevada for more than 35 years, is suing the state under a new law and may be eligible for $3.5 million in damages.
The government argued that such requirements would be changing the agreement.
Israel said Thursday that it will bar two Democratic congresswomen from entering the country over their support for a Palestinian-led boycott movement