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By Scott Sonner, Associated Press
Democrats will retain control of the U.S. Senate after Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto won her race against Republican Adam Laxalt in Nevada on Saturday. In the House, Democrats still have a slim path to the majority, although ballot counting trends…
Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto won election to a second term representing Nevada on Saturday, defeating Republican Adam Laxalt to clinch the party’s control of the chamber for the next two years of Joe Biden’s presidency.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Ken Ritter, Associated Press
In our news wrap Saturday, Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly defeated Republican challenger Blake Masters in Arizona’s midterm election, ballot counting continues in Nevada's tight Senate race, Donald Trump is suing the Jan. 6 committee over the subpoena seeking his testimony,…
About 80% of the vote has been tallied in Nevada where the Senate race could decide control of the chamber. Republican Adam Laxalt has an extremely narrow lead over Democratic incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, but election officials warn it…
In the battleground state of Nevada, two Democratic incumbents are trying to fend off Republican challengers in close Senate and gubernatorial races. Jon Ralston, CEO of The Nevada Independent, a nonpartisan, nonprofit news site, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.
By Jazmin Orozco Rodriguez, Kaiser Health News
Experts say the response to the monkeypox virus in rural America may be affected by the patchy resources and bitter politics that are a legacy of the pandemic, challenges that some worry could allow sporadic infections to gain a foothold.
By Lisa Desjardins, Tess Conciatori
Latino voters have long propelled Democrats to statewide victories in Nevada. But concerns over inflation and cost of living have made Democratic incumbents as vulnerable as ever in the state. Lisa Desjardins traveled to Las Vegas to talk with Latino…
Nevada voters are deciding whether to adopt an Equal Rights Amendment into their state constitution, which would add language guaranteeing equal rights to groups of people who have historically been discriminated against.
With just a month until the midterms, all eyes are on a few consequential races. Control of the Senate is on the line and with 35 seats up for election, Republicans need to net just one seat to regain power.
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