Accessing affordable, reliable health care can be a daunting task in Nevada. Reps. Lee and Horsford can make health care more affordable and accessible by tackling surprise medical billing.
Tradition grants U.S. senators great influence over presidential judicial nominations from their home state. But as hyper-partisanship has come to dominate Washington, such customs are falling by the wayside.
Ding dong, she’s back.
A recent Road Warrior column discussed how legislative Democrats are going to tax the miles you drive by requiring odometer checks.
Interesting Republican candidates are flocking to the Congressional District 4 race like moths to a flame. It’s going to end up as well for them as it does for the moths.
All too often, the president appears eager, in a consciously self-destructive sort of way, to feed and sate his vocal critics at his own expense.
Following Obama’s endorsement of Justin Trudeau.
Las Vegas was on its way to being Atlantic City — a decrepit, dying, mob-run city — when Mr. Wynn arrived and transformed it.
Show me one government program that has lowered costs and improved service. Are American voters that naïve to believe this and trust the Democrats to do this?
California’s bullet train won’t be carrying passengers anytime soon, but it has one practical use. It’s a tangible illustration of what happens when political promises meet reality.
When Joe Biden falls out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, will it then be OK to investigate his dealings with the Ukrainian government?
Enough is enough. Get back to legislating and let the voters decide president’s fate.
In his haste to chase the dollar, he may have left his World Series ring in Washington.
“If it bleeds, it leads” is standard practice for the media — unless the crime will cast a liberal priority in a negative light.