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Michele Fiore claims to despise political correctness in favor of "being real." But we're all politically correct now -- and Fiore's rhetoric increasingly looks like a relic
When you get outside your bubble to experience raw democracy, you learn interesting things about the election process — and human nature
Many question whether the U.S. is ready to elect a gay president.
The 80th session of the Nevada Legislature is set to close on Monday, which means a crush of bills is still working its
Harry Reid and John Boehner are unlikely co-headliners. But they shared the stage yesterday at the Bellagio.
100 days in office.
Governor Steve Sisolak, a former Clark County commissioner, passed that milestone last week.
Recreational marijuana may be legal, but finding a place to consume it has been a whole other ordeal.
... that we wrote these short pieces about what 2018 was the year of — from big-city realities to shifts in fine dining to (gulp) politics, and more
Billionaires like Tom Steyer, the Koch Brothers and Sheldon Adelson are pouring money into the political landscape of Nevada.
Early voting ends Friday, with the primary election being held Tuesday.
One candidate's decision to change party affiliation has raised eyebrows.
What does Tarkanian's decision to leave the Senate race mean for upcoming elections?
Longtime Nevada campaign manager Kent Oram has died at his Las Vegas home on Friday.
He spent three decades as a political adviser to future governors, county commissioners, sheriffs, and judges.
Nevada's major political parties are locked in a legal battle over a Republican effort to take control of the state Senate by recalling two Democratic lawmakers.
We check in with five people profiled in January 2017 to see how their lives have been impacted by the Trump presidency.