Congress has no role in regulating cable or satellite TV content, and it’s an egregious abuse of power for House members to threaten private interests in pursuit of a censorial agenda.
The league helped the Metropolitan Police Department fight mistrust in minority neighborhoods.
Checks and balances only work when one branch of government is willing to check another.
For small-time landlords who count on rental income to make ends meet, the eviction freeze has created its own set of hardships.
The success of the coronavirus vaccine in Israel looks more like a miracle than what could be reasonably expected from a medical breakthrough.
The nation is about to learn if there are any moderate Democrats left in the United States Senate and House of Representatives.
With school doors still shuttered, Jesus Jara has the chance to bring a sense of normalcy to thousands of Clark County students and their parents. The district superintendent must not allow that opportunity to pass.
For a decade, entrenched education interests have fought an effort to overhaul Nevada’s teacher evaluation system so that it includes a student achievement component in addition to classroom observations.
The time has come for a strong bill acknowledging the clear due process and property rights issues inherent in civil forfeiture and ensuring that nobody loses their property based on the mere suspicion of criminal activity.
The Clark County Commission on Tuesday will consider whether to rename McCarran International Airport after former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
Yet Democrats still want to bail out state and local governments
Less than two weeks into the 2021 legislative session, lawmakers are already proposing to dilute the state’s open meeting law by creating exemptions for certain environmental discussions.
Some rural Nevada governments have adopted one of the left’s favorite tactics on illegal immigration to fight coronavirus restrictions.
The music world lost a colossus this week when Mary Wilson, founding member of The Supremes, passed away Monday at her Henderson home. She was 76.
It’s time for Gov. Steve Sisolak to recognize Nevada’s success in reducing coronavirus cases and ease off the restrictions he imposed last November.