Voters are entitled to consider Sen. Bernie Sanders’ recent heart problems when deciding how to vote, but they’re not the only factor when it comes to judging his candidacy.
Steve Sebelius oversees the Review-Journal's Washington and Carson City bureaus, as well as the reporting team covering local governments in Clark County. He also writes a weekly politics column for the Sunday Viewpoints section. Sebelius previously worked for the RJ between 2000 and 2017. He returned to the RJ in March 2019. Sebelius has been the on-air political analyst for KLAS-TV Channel 8 for nearly 20 years. He also has co-hosted “PoliticsNow,” Nevada’s only political television program, on the channel since 2015.
The Nevada Democratic Party on Monday announced a list of 72 sites around the state where voters can cast their ballots in the 2020 caucus during a four-day period in February.
Democratic presidential candidates are hosting a series of events open to the public around Las Vegas on Wednesday, the day of a forum focused on gun violence.
Former FBI Director James Comey discussed lessons he’d learned about leadership during his career as a federal prosecutor and top law-enforcement official at a William S. Boyd Law School event at UNLV on Tuesday.
Former governors and senators discussed leadership lessons at a symposium at UNLV’s William S. Boyd Law School last week in a program headed by former Gov. Brian Sandoval.
A teachers strike has been averted, but we’re still waiting to find the answer to the most perplexing question surrounding the drama: Why?
If we do nothing about the problems of gun violence, we’re accepting a death toll as the price of our freedom.
Former Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko says cheaper, safer renewable energy technology such as solar and wind power is a better alternative than continuing to work to make nuclear power plants safer.
Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigned in Southern Nevada on Saturday, following his appearance at a presidential candidate forum sponsored by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
Nevada courts may finally take up the question of whether extending a tax that would otherwise have expired counts as a tax increase that requires a two-thirds vote in the Legislature.