Poll: More White Americans Feel Resentful, Disgruntled And OffendedThe number of white Americans who believe they are being discriminated against is rising. According to a recent poll, 55 percent of white Americans think they're facing racial discrimination.
Sentencing Reset for Vegas Man in Threat to Obama, FBI AgentSentencing has been postponed for a 57-year-old Las Vegas man who pleaded guilty in federal court to threatening President Barack Obama and other government officials, and urging others to join him.
3 Years Prison for Reno Man Who Threatened to Kill ObamaA 51-year-old Reno man who told a White House operator last year he hated President Obama and intended to kill him has been sentenced to three federal years in prison.
Obama Names Gold Butte National Monument Despite GOP OppositionPresident Barack Obama designated two national monuments Wednesday at sites in Utah and Nevada that have become key flashpoints over use of public land in the U.S. West, marking the administration's latest move to protect environmentally sensitive areas in its final days.
Obama Rallys Las Vegas for Democrats in Tight Nevada RacesPresident Barack Obama told Nevadans they've got the winning hand when it comes to this year's election.
Nevadans Can Start Casting Their Ballots SaturdayNevadans don't have to wait until Nov. 8 to cast their ballot because two weeks of early voting begins Saturday.
Reid: No Idea Why Trump Wants Obama Half-Brother at DebateSenate Minority Leader Harry Reid blamed Russia for leaks of Democratic party emails that he says are part of an effort to sway the U.S. election, and said he has no idea why Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump invited President Barack Obama's half-brother to the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas.
For Nevada Ground Game, GOP Take Cues From Obama StrategyRepublicans who hope to win in battleground Nevada are taking cues from a strategy that helped President Barack Obama win the state twice.
Details Emerge on Veteran Linked to Dallas Sniper ShootingsMicah Xavier Johnson was known by his family and neighbors as an "Army strong" veteran who served in Afghanistan and loved playground basketball back home in suburban Dallas.
Nevada Attorney General: Court Immigration Move is 'Victory'Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is praising a Supreme Court move that blocks President Barack Obama's anti-deportation effort.
AG, Governor Differ on Obama Transgender Bathroom DirectiveNevada's top elected Republicans are taking differing approaches to President Barack Obama's directive on bathroom access for transgender students.
Bundy Sues Judge in Nevada Standoff Case, Wants Her RemovedA conservative lawyer who's been denied a chance to represent rancher Cliven Bundy in Nevada says he'll sue the federal judge handling Bundy's case, along with President Barack Obama, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and one of Reid's sons.