The Moapa Band of Paiutes continues to fight the pollution from the nearby Reid Gardner coal plant in Southern Nevada, and the Sierra Club stands with...
We can do better than coal -- for the Moapa Band of Paiutes, other Native American tribes and all Americans.
Nevada has its fair share of wonderfully preserved ghost towns. These desolate landscapes and dilapidated buildings provide wonderful subjects for photographers as well.
When we think Nevada, our minds often go to Las Vegas. But not everything happens in Vegas.
A bigger question that must also be asked is "Who is Florida?" We could ask a question about the direction America is headed on race and violence but let's stick to Florida for a moment.
While Democrats will decry Santorum's views on social issues, and the Republican base will rally behind him, most truly independent voters may largely ignore his extreme conservatism on social issues, simply because they don't really care about the wedge issues.
Romney has some big fundamental problems. He and his "independent" super PAC can't concentrate their fire on two opponents at one time. There is something about Romney which doesn't work when he's running a positive campaign.
The bust that was the Nevada Republican presidential caucuses revealed much about brewing Republican swing state problems, and the decided limitations of Romney's candidacy and that of Gingrich.
If there's one number that you need to know it's that in 2012, Latinos constitute 26 percent of the state's population. Latino Decisions estimates that Latinos will comprise 15 percent of Nevada's registered voters by the 2012 general elections.
As the Republican candidates leave Nevada, one topic seems to have escaped their attention entirely: a credible economic cure for what ails the states where they're waging their campaigns for president.
This year Garza anticipates that while many Hispanic Democrats will stay loyal to their party, others will continue to register as independents--the largest swing group of voters that may decide the election.
Nevada is far more diverse than Iowa or New Hampshire and presents a set of challenges on economic, energy, environmental, and social policy that any party interested in governing had best be accustomed to.
Volunteers in Southern Nevada willingly lived for a week on a budget of $4.06 a day for food -- the average daily benefit for a single person on food stamps.
Nevada's unfortunate status as ground zero for foreclosures may last a while.
When it comes to indicators on the recession and its aftermath, both Las Vegas and Nevada are at the top of all the bad lists and at the bottom of all...