Some Furious Over President Trump's Plan To Seize NV DollarsSome Nevadans believe the President's proposed budget would clear out any unspent funds in the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act's special account at the Department of the Interior.
Nevada Democrats Condemn Requiring El Salvadorians to LeaveDemocrats in Nevada are decrying the Trump administration's decision to end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants, a move that will force nearly 200,000 people to leave the country by September 2019 or face deportation.
State Assemblyman Announces Secretary of State BidA first-term Nevada state lawmaker from Las Vegas says he'll run as a Democrat next year against the incumbent Republican secretary of state.
Nevada Democrats Want Say in Congress Hearing on Nuke DumpWith Congress talking about reviving a mothballed plan to entomb the nation's most radioactive waste in the Nevada desert, top state officials and most of its federal representatives are resuming a 35-year fight to block it.
Cortez Masto Says She'll Seek Clean Energy, Broadband FundsSen. Catherine Cortez Masto says she plans to introduce legislation aimed at motivating more people and businesses to use renewable energy.
Tribal Land Solar Power Plant CompletedThe project about 30 miles north of Las Vegas has some 3.2 million photovoltaic solar panels.
Nevadans in Congress Nearly United Against Nuke Dump FundingNevada's congressional delegation is nearly united decrying President Donald Trump's request for Congress to allocate $120 million to restart the licensing process for a national nuclear waste dump in the desert outside Las Vegas.
Nevada Sen. Cortez Masto 1 of 11 Against New Homeland ChiefNevada's new U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto was one of 11 Democrats who voted against President Trump's nominee for secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
Cortez Masto Takes Senate Seat as First Latina, Nevada WomanCatherine Cortez Masto has been sworn in to the U.S. Senate, becoming Nevada's first female in the upper chamber of Congress and the nation's first Latina senator.
Cortez Masto Wins, Will be First Latina in SenateThe U.S. Senate will get its first-ever Latina member in Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto, who won a highly competitive race in Nevada to replace powerful longtime Sen. Harry Reid with help from a sophisticated ground operation aimed at driving Hispanic turnout.
Democrats Pull Out All the Stops to Motivate Nevada VotersIt looked more like a campaign rave than a campaign rally as former President Bill Clinton joined two Democratic congressional candidates on a Nevada campus the night before early voting ended.
Cortez Masto: No Idea If FBI Director Violated Hatch ActNevada Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto says she has no idea if FBI Director James Comey violated the Hatch Act in announcing the discovery of new emails involving one of Hillary Clinton's closest aides.