Nevada Democrats on Sunday participated in a second day of early voting ahead of Saturday’s presidential caucuses. But voters expressed concerns this weekend over long lines and confusion about voting rules after the state allowed early caucus voting for the…
Organized labor in the American workforce has declined since the 1980s, with many unions struggling to attract workers as companies voice opposition to them. But in Las Vegas, one union has broken through to much of the city’s hospitality sector…
By Paul Solman
The former New York City mayor and Democratic presidential candidate failed to file with the Nevada State Democratic Party by a Jan. 1 deadline, the party announced Thursday morning.
By Associated Press
Fourteen contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination headed to Nevada this weekend, trying to distinguish themselves in the primary season’s third-voting state. The lineup included former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, a new entrant to the race. But as the…
By Amna Nawaz
In Nevada, a majority-Latino, majority-female union reflects the changing face of U.S. organized labor and the state's increasingly diverse population. Last year, the union was also the most effective Latino voter turnout operation in the state, where Democrats won up…
By Ken Ritter, Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
The U.S. government this year banned a device that helped the Las Vegas gunman shoot more rapidly.
By Ken Ritter, Associated Press
Weekend events — inspired by an internet hoax to "see them aliens" — have drawn around 1,500 people to two tiny desert towns in Nevada.
By Michelle L. Price, Alexandra Jaffe, Bill Barrow, Associated Press
The state parties had planned to allow some voters to cast caucus votes over the telephone in February 2020 instead of showing up at traditional caucus meetings.
By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
For the seven states relying on the Colorado River, climate change means a future with increasingly less water for farms and cities.
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