The U.S. Department of Education has approved a grant package for low performing schools in Nevada.
Senate’s top Democrat accuses billionaire brothers of using their money to spread political lies.
Nevada’s congressional delegation split along party lines to suspend the federal debt limit through mid-March 2015.
The longtime head of the Food Bank of Northern Nevada and a Las Vegascouncilman have been appointed to the National Commission on Hunger.
Thousands of Nevadans are showing their support to end discrimination for the gay and transgender community in the workplace.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is getting more money to deal with its backlog of disability claims.
The government is reopening its doors Thursday after a battle-weary Congress approved a bipartisan measure Wednesday to end a 16-day partial shutdown and avert the possibility of an economy-jarring federal default.
The Republican National Committee has begun a campaign of robocalls to Nevada constituents of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Pair with differing styles working toward same goal
One of the nation’s most powerful political figures says he will run again in 2016.