- The AtlanticJul 02 07:46 AM
When billionaires Tom Steyer, a climate-change activist, and David Koch, a confirmed skeptic, met for the first time, they found a basis for conversation.
- KTNV Las VegasJun 09 06:22 AM
Gov. Brian Sandoval has announced that he will not be running for Sen. Harry Reid's seat in the Senate.
- ABC NewsJun 24 06:54 AM
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES --BOBBY JINDAL JUMPS IN: The Louisiana governor will become the 13th major Republican presidential candidate this evening in an announcement at the Ponchartrain Center in Kenner, Louisiana. Jindal heads straight from his home state to New Hampshire where he is scheduled to speak at a "Politics and Eggs" breakfast in Manchester. According to the New Orleans Times ...
- Washington PostJun 10 03:00 AM
The White House-backed plan was developed in a series of closed-door meetings held over the course of several weeks.
- Las Vegas Review-JournalJun 24 05:44 PM
The Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to relocate a state-of-the-art radiation monitoring laboratory from Las Vegas to Alabama, a move that has drawn protests from nuclear safety activists and officials from Nevada and California.
- U-T San DiegoJun 13 05:06 PM
Congress and the Obama administration need to end the politics-driven stalling.
- Navajo TimesJun 08 10:31 AM
Editors Note An AP Member exchange. BOISE, Idaho (AP) _ Salmon are swimming in the Owyhee River for the first time since 1928, and Shoshone Paiute tribal fishermen are catching them in Nevada.
- Wall Street Journal BlogsJun 24 08:44 AM
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- Centre Daily TimesJul 06 12:12 AM
Even as the clock ticks down on Barbara Boxers 24-year Senate career she announced in January she would not run for re-election next year shes not fading into… Click to Continue »
- NBC NEWSJun 11 01:56 PM
The president of the American Federation of Government Employees said in a letter it believes the cyberattack is worse than the government has said.