If Trump’s visit was primarily a political stunt rather than a legitimate attempt to court the Nevada vote — and there’s reason to suspect it was — then give his campaign credit for a well-played weekend.
President Donald Trump shouldn’t have to face a defamation lawsuit filed against him by a woman who accuses him of rape until after he leaves office.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority bought the beleaguered Las Vegas Monorail for $24 million, less to run the train and more to open up the Strip to transportation alternatives.
Republicans have attacked several aspects of Nevada’s new elections law, but those claims are undercut by the provisions of the law itself.
Nastiness can go too far when we forget our political opponents are people, too.
The Trump reelection campaign says a new Nevada elections law is unconstitutional and will promote fraud, but the state says its there to help people vote in the age of COVID-19.
The 32nd special session of the Nevada Legislature was marked by uneven management, with chambers sitting empty during the day and hearings that stretched well past midnight.
For decades, a train running between Las Vegas and Southern California was a dream. Now, with the help of tax-free bonds, it may finally become a reality.
Nevada Democrats tried to raise taxes during the special session in order to raise money to close a $1.2 billion budget gap, but fell one vote short in the state Senate.
Nevada has had almost as many special sessions in the last 20 years as it did in the previous 135, but voters show little inclination to change things.
Air America pilots and air crews served this country with bravery during the Vietnam War. This country owes them the same retirement credits that regular soldiers earned.
Twenty years ago, Nevadans voted for a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage; this year, they will have the opportunity to undo that change.
Here are eight things we can learn from Nevada’s June primary, the first mail-in election in Nevada history.
State and local elections officials created a safe and convenient way to vote in the June primary, but many voters chose to ignore that and waited in long lines as a result.