Dan Hart, a longtime Las Vegas political consultant who ran races from city council all the way up to governor, died last week at age 66.
Nevada’s state lawmakers are essential workers, and should get priority in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine so they can do their jobs.
President Joe Biden says he wants to be the president for everyone, not just those who supported him. We should give him a chance to make good on that promise.
President Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election are not harmless, and will cause more mayhem if people around the nation fail to accept the truth.
Former state Sen. Joe Neal, a crusader for civil rights unafraid to take on the state’s most powerful industry, has died at age 85.
The Clark County Education Association didn’t know what the world would look like when it launched a pair of tax initiatives, but then again, it didn’t really care, either.
Two recent District Court decisions that came to different conclusions may end up with a Nevada Supreme Court ruling on the long-disputed separation of powers doctrine.
Close election results up and down the ballot have left us with a divided government, one that screams out for reasonable compromise over partisan gridlock.
Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro has faced recalls, lawsuits and attacks on her record from former allies, but says she still loves the job.
A constitutional convention called by the states would have virtually no rules, couldn’t be constrained by Congress or the president, and could end in all manner of mischief.
North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason continues to work in a job state law says he’s not qualified to hold, and which the Supreme Court says he legally forfeited years ago.
The Senate was wrong in 2016 to ignore a legitimate Supreme Court nomination made by President Obama, and it would be just as wrong this year to ignore a nomination made by President Trump.