Hillary Clinton might be Democrats’ best hope of retaining the presidency in 2024.
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Democrats’ general election strategy on inflation comes straight from Monty Python: Run away!
Nevada Democrats have spent years imitating their counterparts in California. Now, they have to hope no one noticed.
Today would look much different if Brett Kavanaugh’s home was a gun-free zone. It’s time to apply that lesson to schools.
Celebrating America’s birthday could cost you $10,000 this year.
It’s hard to debate policies to stop gun violence when someone willingly or unwillingly misstates basic facts.
If a significant pay hike could fix the Clark County School District’s chronic teacher shortage, it already would have.
If it wasn’t for November’s election, President Joe Biden would be openly celebrating high gas prices.
Laxalt is the most conservative person to win statewide office in the last decade.
The politicians who use euphemistic words to claim there are easy solutions to gun violence are exploiting a tragedy for political gain.
The current baby formula shortage is a case study in how government frequently limits competition and consumer options.
If it’s too sexually explicit to read at a school board meeting, it shouldn’t be assigned to children.
As the official emergency ends, a new scandal shows why Gov. Steve Sisolak never should have been allowed to wield so much power.
Can you win a contested election for a major office without an updated website? Cresent Hardy is about to find out.
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, Nevada Republicans will have a major political opportunity.