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.
FAA Dedicates Nation's 2nd-Tallest Airport Tower in VegasThe nation's top aviation administrator has marked completion of a long-delayed air traffic control tower at McCarran International Airport that officials say cost $111 million.
Obama, Other Political Stars Hit Campaign Trail in NevadaIt'll be a star-studded week on the campaign trail in Nevada, even apart from Wednesday's presidential debate at UNLV.
Clinton Visiting Vegas, Stumping with Cortez MastoPresidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Las Vegas alongside the Democratic candidate who's locked in a competitive and pivotal U.S. Senate race.
Heavy Hitters, Cash Flow to Nevada in Fight to Replace ReidOne of the tightest Senate races in the country is drawing political heavy-hitters and floods of campaign cash to Nevada as both parties try to snag the seat being vacated by Democrat Harry Reid.
Sandoval Stars in New Ad Supporting Republican Joe HeckGov. Brian Sandoval is vouching for his fellow Republican Joe Heck in a new commercial for Nevada's competitive U.S. Senate race.
Nevada Dissents on Report Critical of Public Lands FightNevada is the lone dissent on a report that cast doubt on Utah's push to gain control of millions of acres of federal land through the courts.
Reid Announces $200M for Nevada Military, Veterans ProjectsSen. Harry Reid says Nevada will be getting more than $200 million in federal funding for projects involving the military and veterans.
Charges Dropped in Shooting of Harry Reid's NephewCharges against a man accused of fatally shooting Sen. Harry Reid's nephew have been dropped.
New Road of TV Ads in Nevada's Intensifying Senate RaceThree new commercials hit the airwaves this week in a high-stakes race to replace Nevada Sen. Harry Reid.
Sen. Reid Wouldn't Back Recreational Pot If Vote Were TodaySenate Democratic Leader Harry Reid says he's "dubious" of legalizing recreational marijuana and wouldn't support it if he had to vote today.
Reid: My Boring Emails Wouldn't Interest Vladimir PutinNevada Sen. Harry Reid says his emails are so boring that not even Russian President Vladimir Putin would want to read them.