For a few moments at least, there were no politics in the State of the Union address. It was just Sgt. 1st Class Cory Remsburg, a severely wounded Army Ranger, up there in the balcony overlooking the House chamber.
A federal judge on Monday is set to consider a request from the state of Utah to block gay weddings that have been taking place since Friday when the state’s same-sex marriage ban was overturned.
Nearly 25,000 Nevadans who received health insurance cancellation notices were still awaiting word Tuesday from the state insurance commissioner and Gov. Brian Sandoval on whether they can keep their plans for another year.
Nevada’s insurance commissioner is trying to weigh the ramifications of President Obama’s announcement that people who had their health insurance policies canceled will be allowed to continue them for one more year.
Imagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
Pair with differing styles working toward same goal
AZ Gov. Jan Brewer is calling on President Obama to reopen Grand Canyon National Park.
Members of Nevada’s congressional delegation are noncommittal on whether they will support President Barack Obama’s call for military action in Syria
CBS LAS VEGAS – Mark Levin joins the show to talk about his best-selling book “The Liberty Amendments.” Levin gives solutions to a number of different issues the government currently faces. Las Vegas Review Journal […]
NAACP Missouri Chapter President Mary Ratliff joins Live and Local to discuss the NAACP’s opinions on the Obama Rodeo Clown story. Ratliff called the act a hate crime and believes this should in now way no happen at a taxpayer funded event.