Bundy Makes Campaign Pitch
Police Make 30 Arrests In Prostitution RingReno police say they made 30 arrests for solicitation for prostitution during a sweep on the edge of downtown during the first weekend of the Reno Rodeo.
'What Happens In Vegas...' Ad Campaign Returning The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is bringing back its classic "What happens here, stays here" ad campaign.
Ex-Campaign Staffer Indicted In Email Hacking ScandalA federal grand jury has indicted a former campaign manager of New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez for computer hacking that allowed him to receive email sent by the Republican governor, her staffers and supporters.
Obama Pleads With Vegas Hotel Cooks, Waiters For Their VotesDeep in the longest day of his campaign, President Barack Obama was in a Las Vegas casino, gambling that his re-election bid needed one more stop. It was 1:40 a.m. on his clock, and he was pleading with the hotel cooks and waiters for their votes.
Obama: 'I Need You To Keep Believing In Me'President Barack Obama wrapped up a long day of cross-country campaigning in Las Vegas late Wednesday, telling a cheering crowd during a short campaign rally that they could help tilt Nevada in his favor in the Nov. 6 election and shaking hands with workers at a Las Vegas Strip resort.
Joe's Journal: Attention On NevadaJoe takes a look at the upcoming visit of Vice President Joe Biden.
Clinton On Romney Debate Performance: 'There's Old Moderate Mitt'Former President Bill Clinton returned to Nevada on Tuesday to stump for what he called "shared prosperity," and to support President Barack Obama and local Democratic candidates just 11 days before early voting begins in a campaign battleground state with six electoral votes at stake.
Obama: Preparing For Wednesday's Debate 'Is A Drag'President Barack Obama has one mission heading into his first debate with Republican Mitt Romney: Don't screw things up.
Business To Obama: 'We Need Lower Taxes'Sometimes all President Barack Obama has to do is look out the window to get a firsthand look at the country's economic woes.
Obama: I'm 'Just OK' At DebatingNearing their first face-off, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are hunkering down for intense preparations ahead of Wednesday's presidential debate, where the GOP nominee hopes to change the trajectory of the White House race.
Romney Campaign Trails In Crucial Ground GameRepublicans are scrambling to narrow the gap and say they will improve greatly over what they acknowledge was a dismal performance in 2008. They contend that the Obama campaign's dominance on the ground is largely a public relations construct.