Senate’s top Democrat accuses billionaire brothers of using their money to spread political lies.
Nevada has 50,607 fewer registered voters because of routine cleanup of county voter rolls.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
Democrats and Republicans alike seem to agree that the issue of immigration reform has its best chance in decades of passing the Senate and House and becoming law.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is bringing high-profile political figures, business leaders and campaign donors to Utah this summer for a retreat to discuss “key opportunities.”
Democrats in the Nevada Legislature are touting an ambitious package of K-12 education.
Building a Better Nevada begins with you. That’s the message from Nevada Democrats as the 77th Legislature begins.
Despite controversy surrounding Steven Brooks, lawmakers say the upcoming legislative session will go on with, or without him.
President Barack Obama plans to visit Las Vegas next week on the first trip outside Washington of his second term.
Republicans rejected ratification of a treaty on disabilities from the United Nations, and Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid pointed to the decision as evidence of GOP irrationality in fiscal talks.