Some traditions deserve to be scrapped.
Often in politics, it seems we’re talking right past each other.
After a one-year hiatus, the National Clean Energy Summit is returning to Las Vegas on Oct. 13. The event, which highlights innovations in the field of renewable energy, will be co-hosted by summit founder, retired U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
So now we know the truth: The Apex industrial area in North Las Vegas is built on the site of an ancient Indian burial ground, cursed so it can never have nice things.
The rollout of the Jacky Rosen for Senate campaign couldn’t have been more perfect.
Rarely have so many labored so hard to save just one person.
In politics, there are two kinds of elections: The kind you win, and the kind the other guy stole.
“Take a wench for a bride!”
Everything on Wednesday’s Clark County Commission agenda seems right, except maybe for the date.
Nevada’s senior officials were in a bipartisan state of high dudgeon last week, after Energy Secretary Rick Perry suggested the Silver State could be both the temporary and permanent home of high-level nuclear waste.
First, give U.S. Sen. Dean Heller credit for opposing the manifestly bad Senate version of the Republican health-care bill.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller made news this morning when he came out against the Republican health care reform bill being debated in the Senate, saying it would hurt millions in America and thousands in Nevada who are newly eligible for Medicaid.
Republicans may be readying a conservative to be their 2018 gubernatorial nominee, but it looks like Democrats will have a moderate among their choices.
No sooner have we finished the 2017 Legislature and the little-noticed municipal elections than the 2018 political cycle has begun.
Perhaps it was naïve for anybody to believe the federal government would really keep paying most of the cost of an expanded Medicaid program.