Republican Group Reserves $6M Airtime for Nevada Senate RaceA group affiliated with Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has reserved $6 million worth of TV airtime in Nevada ahead of the November elections.
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.
Nevada Senate Candidates Proposing Televised DebatesCandidates in Nevada's pivotal Senate contest say they're looking forward to facing off in televised debates.
After Primaries, Sights Shift to Nevada Senate RaceThe race to replace Democratic Sen. Harry Reid is taking center stage after Rep. Joe Heck and Catherine Cortez Masto won their Nevada primaries.
Harry Reid Striving to Win 1 Last Campaign Before He RetiresHarry Reid is working the inside game, as only he can, to ensure he leaves Democrats in control of the Senate, the White House and his home state of Nevada next year.
Battle Royal Shapes for Vacant Seat in Battleground NevadaIn a state where the politics can be as raucous as the casinos, the race for U.S. Senate in Nevada is shaping up as a battle royal.
Frontrunners Take Nothing for Granted in Heated House RaceIt's anyone's game in the Democratic-leaning Nevada's 4th Congressional District, which Democrats hope to reclaim from freshman Republican Rep. Cresent Hardy in November.
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.
Reid: Sandoval Should Vote 'None of the Above,' Not TrumpNevada Sen. Harry Reid says he thinks Gov. Brian Sandoval should vote "none of the above" rather than for Donald Trump.
Vice President Joe Biden In Las Vegas Supporting Cortez MastoBiden campaigns for Cortez-Masto after UNLV appearance with Lady Gaga
Heck, Masto Campaign Finance UpdatesCandidates to replace Harry Reid in U.S. Senate file fourth-quarter reports
Democratic Presidential Candidates In LVClinton, Sanders, O'Malley attend dinner sponsored by Harry Reid