Two racially motivated killings on opposite sides of the country show that racism is not benign, and that we need to reject those who would divide us over race.
Steve Sebelius oversees the Review-Journal's Washington and Carson City bureaus, as well as the reporting team covering local governments in Clark County. He also writes a weekly politics column for the Sunday Viewpoints section. Sebelius previously worked for the RJ between 2000 and 2017. He returned to the RJ in March 2019. Sebelius has been the on-air political analyst for KLAS-TV Channel 8 for 10 years. He also has co-hosted “PoliticsNow,” Nevada’s only political television program, on the channel since 2015.
Most campaign trail promises are lies, because most politicians — acting on their own — simply can’t accomplish the things they say they’ll do.
In a dissent in a criminal case, two Nevada Supreme Court justices opined that the constitution prohibits state Sen. Melanie Scheible from serving both in the Legislature and as a prosecutor.
Twitter can be an awful place, but restrictions on free speech are worse than any bad speech you might find on that platform.
Former Attorney General Adam Laxalt distanced himself from rejected 2020 election-fraud lawsuits and from Mitch McConnell in a debate with opponent Sam Brown.
Whether in the courtroom or at the statehouse, women will have to keep fighting for control over intimate reproductive decisions if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Two Republican candidates running for attorney general mistakenly said Nevada’s constitution protects abortion rights; it doesn’t.
An initiative that would have amended Nevada law to create education savings accounts overseen by the state treasurer was found unconstitutional.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Joey Gilbert wants to take over Nevada’s schools, saying they are in an emergency situation.
A national political observer has rated Rep. Susie Lee’s 3rd Congressional District as a “toss-up” in 2022.
The retail chain may be on its last legs, but it played a profound role in the author’s early life.
A nationwide survey found that Nevada and eight other states ranked highly for conducting free and fair elections; 18 other states fared poorly.
In criticizing the elites, U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt unwittingly condemns himself with a campaign talking point.