Who could conceive of the misery that is driving in Las Vegas traffic? Could it be, Satan?
Steve Sebelius wrote about local, state and national politics, as well as the Nevada Legislature.
The California Coastal Commission’s rejection of a desalination plant in Huntington Beach was a step backward in the fight over water in the Southwest.
Early voting has begun, and ballots will soon be in your mailbox. Now comes the hard part: Doing the research to cast an informed vote.
Two racially motivated killings on opposite sides of the country show that racism is not benign, and that we need to reject those who would divide us over race.
Twitter can be an awful place, but restrictions on free speech are worse than any bad speech you might find on that platform.
Whether in the courtroom or at the statehouse, women will have to keep fighting for control over intimate reproductive decisions if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Joey Gilbert wants to take over Nevada’s schools, saying they are in an emergency situation.
The retail chain may be on its last legs, but it played a profound role in the author’s early life.
In criticizing the elites, U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt unwittingly condemns himself with a campaign talking point.
Generous subsidies for sports stadiums in Southern Nevada are unnecessary and an unwise diversion of scarce government resources.
Laws that require records to be open to the public come with considerable hurdles, some that regular people can’t easily overcome.
There was more to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s State of the State speech than met the eye.