Democrats want bills that advance their radical progressive agenda.
The legacy of the holiday is steeped in hardship and resilience, just like our current times.
The evidence overwhelmingly supports reopening schools. Too bad, a majority of district Trustees aren’t willing to follow the science.
He deserves credit for taking a more balanced, measured approach.
“Do as I say, not as I do” isn’t a great parenting strategy. It’s not working out so well for Democratic political leaders either.
There are indeed some hopeful signs pertaining to the pandemic.
Republicans should meet any unilateral move by a Biden administration on student loan forgiveness with a legal challenge.
A return to March lockdowns would be untenable.
Brightline pulls bond offering.
Number of problem ballots exceeds the tiny margin between Ross Miller and Stavros Anthony.
Nevadans didn’t need another object lesson in how contagious the coronavirus is. The state got one anyway.
There’s more to life than the coronavirus. That’s also true when it comes to public health.
Nevada’s separation of powers clause has life.
State agencies soon could consider the budget cuts enacted this summer as the good old days.
To avoid disaster for Nevada businesses, try a more targeted approach.