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The election is more than a year away, but candidates are already campaigning for governor.
Nevada stood as an island of blue in a sea of red after Tuesday’s election that saw Democrats win statewide and in three of the four congressional districts, and pick up enough seats to give the pa
Election Day is just a few days away.
The final debate of the 2016 presidential election is in the history books.
Nevada really does seem like the center of the political universe these days. Donald Trump, Elizabeth Warren and Tim Kaine all visited this week.
A political consultancy where Ruben Kihuen works is under fire, and there’s some truth to the accusation that Catherine Cortez Masto didn’t do much to process untested rape kits.
New polls show Donald Trump is leading in Nevada, and that voters here are leaning toward legalizing recreational pot.
Bill Clinton visited, the U.S. Senate race heats up, and Sen. Harry Reid defends DREAMER Astrid Silva.
The gloves have come off and the claws have come out in some of Nevada’s political races, but in others, interesting alliances are being made.
Amid low poll numbers, Donald Trump made some major changes to his campaign staff this week.
Our analysts talk rooftop solar, NFL stadium, the U.S. Senate race and more.
As a battleground state, Nevada will feature heavily.
They want Donald Trump as president and Hillary Clinton behind bars.
And Review Journal columnist Steve Sebelius is in Cleveland at the Republican National Convention to take it all in.
How many of Bernie Sanders' supporters will come over to what they see as the dark side – especially here in Nevada.
A longtime Republican in Nevada political circles is supporting Democrats in the fall election – and it has nothing to do with Donald Trump.
Political ads are coming, and Steve Sebelius says you can't trust 'em.
The primaries are over and we’re turning to the general.
In a nutshell, establishment candidates did much better than expected, given the support candidates like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have seen.
Voting for the June primaries began last weekend.
But Jon Ralston and Steve Sebelius, political contributors/commentators for KNPR News, don't agree on whether it's a good thing or bad.
The big news in politics in Nevada last week was the screaming, yelling and chaos of the state Democratic Convention at the Paris hotel casino last Saturday.
Dan Klaich, the top administrator in Nevada’s university system, is quitting.
Governor Brian Sandoval finally made his choice, and it’s Donald Trump for president.
Is the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce now pro-taxes?
The state Democratic delegate convention last weekend was apparently some kind of hot mess. And when it ended, Bernie Sanders emerged the winner over Hillary Clinton.
Is one of our state senators lying about the taxes approved by the legislature last year?