President Donald Trump shouldn’t have to face a defamation lawsuit filed against him by a woman who accuses him of rape until after he leaves office.
Nevada’s coronavirus numbers look better and better. You wouldn’t know if from the restrictions King Steve Sisolak still has in place.
It’d be surprising if King Steve Sisolak didn’t try to shut down President Donald Trump’s upcoming Nevada rallies.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority bought the beleaguered Las Vegas Monorail for $24 million, less to run the train and more to open up the Strip to transportation alternatives.
Joe Biden’s response to violence and rioting in America’s cities is long overdue and even blames the victims rather than the perpetrators.
Paradoxes happen when what seems real is not — and is known not to be real by those who act as if it is.
Rarely has an effort garnered so much praise for accomplishing so little. That’s a fitting epitaph for the short-lived 2020 sports strike.
Coronavirus restrictions are essential to stopping the spread, right up until they inconvenience powerful Democrats.
King Steve Sisolak’s lockdown restrictions aren’t based on science. His double talk on live entertainment proves it.
Republicans have attacked several aspects of Nevada’s new elections law, but those claims are undercut by the provisions of the law itself.
King Steve Sisolak pushed Las Vegas officials to stop a recent Trump event. That’s according to emails and documents obtained from the City of Las Vegas via public records request.
It’s Trump’s Achilles Heel. He may love being president, but that doesn’t mean he should act like he owns the White House and treat it like a family business.
Mob seeks to wipe out what it cannot create.
The left’s original narrative about the Jacob Blake shooting has fallen apart.
After just two days, it’s already apparent that distance learning is a slow-motion disaster. Unfortunately, Clark County School District leaders aren’t taking steps to fix it.