Reid: Koch Brothers Are Un-AmericanSenate's top Democrat accuses billionaire brothers of using their money to spread political lies.
FEC: Angle Violated Campaign Finance LawsThe Federal Election Commission says Sharron Angle's campaign didn't properly report hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions or $2.3 million in debts during her failed 2010 U.S. Senate bid in Nevada.
Heller, Berkley Bicker Over Minority VotersThe Nevada Senate race is getting so close that the candidates are squabbling over who is winning more support among the state's Filipino-American veterans.
Heller Calls For 7 Televised Debates With BerkleyRepublican Sen. Dean Heller is proposing that he and Democrat Rep. Shelley Berkley participate in seven debates across the state as the U.S. Senate race heats up.
Early Voting Begins For Nevada PrimaryNevadans start heading to the polls Saturday as early voting begins for the June 12 primary.
Nevada Senate Opponents Defend VegasTwo lawmakers running for the U.S. Senate agree Las Vegas and other tourism cities should not be banned from hosting federal agency conferences.
Tight Race For U.S. Senate SeatIt's shaping up to be a tight race for the U.S. Senate in Nevada.
Democrats Court Latinos To Keep Control Of SenateDetermined to retain their majority in the U.S. Senate, Democratic candidates are trying to replicate the strategy that boosted President Barack Obama's election in 2008 by courting Hispanic voters at cultural events and Spanish-language meetings in swing states across the nation.
Heller Moving Closer To Senate Run
Lowden Claims She Can't Pay Campaign DebtsFormer Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sue Lowden claims she can't pay off her debts.
Yucca Mountain Dead? Not So FastThe Obama Administration's efforts to end the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository hit a snag this weekend with passage of the 2011 spending bill by the U.S. House.
When Harry Met MannySenator Harry Reid and Congressman Manny Pacquiao went a few friendly rounds in Washington this week.