President Barack Obama believes firmly in freedom of the press and does not want journalists to be prosecuted for doing their jobs, the White House said on Tuesday, responding to criticism about his administration’s investigations of leaks to reporters.
President Barack Obama pledged urgent government help for Oklahoma Tuesday in the wake of “one of the most destructive” storms in the nation’s history.
As Scot Rutledge prepares to leave Las Vegas after seven years heading the Nevada Conservation League, he has to take some pride in how far his organization has come since he took the reins.
Washington — Technically speaking, it isn’t time for the Nevada delegation to influence immigration reform.
Las Vegas Weekly’s recent list of some of the best burgers in Las Vegas was a delicious and hunger-inducing look at the burger in its most refined and elaborate form.
Dao Vahn lost nearly everything to cervical cancer.
Perhaps nobody at the Legislature this year has been more insistent than Nevada Senate Majority Leader Mo Denis that the state must immediately put more money into Nevada’s education system.
Immigrants who came to the country illegally would be able to obtain a driver’s privilege card under a bill approved Monday by the Senate, whose supporters said it would make roads safer and contribute to the economy.
Nevada Rep. Joe Heck’s bill to safeguard the sanctity of military awards had an easy ride through the House of Representatives tonight, earning the near-unanimous support of his colleagues.
White House chief of staff Denis McDonough and other senior advisers knew in late April that an impending report was likely to say the IRS had inappropriately targeted conservative groups, President Barack Obama’s spokesman disclosed Monday, expanding the circle of top officials who knew of the audit beyond those named earlier.