It is all part of a concerted effort by the Biden administration to rebrand the government after four years of former President Donald Trump, in part by stripping away the language and imagery that represented his anti-immigration, anti-science and anti-gay...
WASHINGTON — Two Senate committees on Wednesday delayed votes on…
WASHINGTON — Two Senate committees on Wednesday delayed votes on President Joe Biden's nominee to lead the Office of Management and Budget, as the White House continued to struggle to find the votes to secure her passage through the Senate....
Many undocumented immigrants felt relief at Biden's inauguration, but there's caution and confusion as they and their lawyers try to figure out what is changing and what is not. Much lies with ICE's implementation.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday nominated three postal experts to the governing board of the U.S. Postal Service, a move that could alter the course of an agency grappling with delivery delays and rumored cuts under its embattled Republican leader.
By Mick Akers / Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sign for McCarran International Airport with plane taking off above at Tropicana Avenue and Koval Lane which the Clark County Commission voted unanimously to rename for former Nevada Sen.
Black Lives Matter — the foundation — raked in more than $90 million in donations in 2020, proving itself to be a major…
Black Lives Matter — the foundation — raked in more than $90 million in donations in 2020, proving itself to be a major player in the political world then, now and, with Democrats holding all the positions of D.C. power, likely into the foreseeable future.
By Rory Appleton / Las Vegas Review-Journal
The race to elect Nevada Democrats’ next leader has offered a rare public glimpse into internal struggles over the makeup and trajectory of the state’s party ahead of a crucial midterm election next year, as backers of the two liberal candidates have flooded Twitter this month with challenges to both candidate’s progressive resumes.
The ban, which also affects Facebook subsidiary Instagram, extends a series of actions in recent years to sharply limit the ability of the nation’s military, called the Tatmadaw, to use the platforms in any way, including through paid advertising.
By Rio Lacanlale / Las Vegas Review-Journal
Mauricia Baca, left, of Get Outdoors Nevada, and Jasmine Freeman, special events administrator at the City of Las Vegas, light candles for the victims killed in the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting as their names are read by Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and city spokesman David Riggleman during a remembrance ceremony at the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020.