The future of home-based solar power is on the line in Nevada, as solar advocates and utility companies debate how to regulate so-called 'net energy metering' rates for customers using solar panels connected to the grid. NewsHour's John Larson reports.
By Michelle Rindels
LAS VEGAS — Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday he is not interested in being considered for the U.S. Supreme Court at this time and has told the White House so.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Two people familiar with the process say the White House is considering Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval of Nevada as one of several potential nominees to the Supreme Court.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
There's a legion of skeptical Republican voters across the United States coming to grips with the prospect that Trump, a candidate whose appeal they simply can't understand, may end of being their party's best chance for retaking the White House.
By Steve Peoples and Nancy Benac, Associated Press
LAS VEGAS — With a big win in Nevada, Donald Trump claimed a third straight commanding victory in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. A tight race for second between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz offered little evidence that…
By Nicholas Riccardi
PAHRUMP, Nev. — Nevada Republicans thought they had put their immigration problems behind them.
By Vivian Salama and Steve Peoples, Associated Press
ELKO, Nevada — Republican presidential candidates crisscrossed Nevada on Monday on the final day of campaigning ahead of the state’s GOP caucuses. Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz were looking to derail Donald Trump’s lead and boost momentum, looking ahead…
By PBS NewsHour
Hillary Clinton edged out Bernie Sanders on Saturday in Nevada’s caucuses, capitalizing on a more diverse Democratic electorate to propel her to a crucial win in her presidential bid. NPR reporter Tamara Keith, who is covering the caucuses, joins Alison…
By Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
On the Republican side, the presidential hopes of Jeb Bush, Ben Carson and John Kasich may hang in the balance.
By Michelle Rindels
Nevada is a frequent stop for candidates in both parties, though not nearly as popular as Iowa and New Hampshire. Here's how the Nevada caucuses work and a little history about the event.
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