A federal judge blocked the Trump administration Tuesday from asking about citizenship status on the 2020 census, the first major ruling in cases contending that officials ramrodded the question through for Republican political purposes to intentionally undercount immigrants.
A day after air travelers waited nearly 90 minutes in security lines at the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s mayor is concerned about the lines that could result when the city hosts the 2019 Super Bowl.
Senate Democrats filed a resolution Tuesday that would allow Congress to intervene in a federal court case in Texas to defend the Affordable Care Act and secure protections for people with pre-existing conditions.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has tapped Reno City Councilman David Bobzien to lead the Nevada Department of Energy, the governor’s office announced Tuesday.
U.S. Attorney General nominee William Barr told a Senate committee Tuesday that he would not interfere with a special counsel investigation into Russian meddling and ties to the Trump presidential campaign in the last presidential election.
The Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel has issued a replacement for its 2011 opinion, saying that the Wire Act only applies to sports betting.
As downtown redevelopment continues at a torrid pace for retail and restaurant industries, Las Vegas is seeking to incentivize the lagging-behind office market.
Restrooms are again being cleaned and trash picked up at Lake Mead National Recreation Area and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area using Federal Land and Recreation Enhancement Act funds generated by fees previously collected at the entrance gates.
President Donald Trump closed the door Monday on a Republican proposal to end the longest government shutdown in U.S. history as Congress appears no closer to crafting a compromise that lawmakers and the White House could accept.