Congress should impose a moratorium on new offenses, trim back the U.S. Code.
State comes in third in Cato’s Freedom Index.
Severe drought has contributed to problems with food and water supplies for the horses, and land management officials say the range can’t support them.
Nevada spends millions on economic diversification efforts, but its most potent weapon may be the political lunacy that dominates Sacramento.
The responsible people of this country want responsible, considered and coordinated action from those we elect and the courage to do what is right.
The local legacy of Heidi Fleiss is one of reinvention and inspiration.
An exodus from a state run by public-sector unions.
The 22-page ruling found no merit constitutional challenges to the requirement that students wear masks at school.
A collection of letters from Pahrump Valley Times readers.
President Joe Biden’s approval ratings may be tanking, but he knows how to make one thing soar — inflation.
Political elites might have a different opinion about the merits of cutting carbon emissions if they lived with the consequences.
If President Joe Biden doesn’t like walls, why is he currently building one?
It’s official: The company that runs Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp has a new name, Meta Platforms, Inc. The company’s focus, according to its introductory announcement, “will be to bring the metaverse to life and help people connect, find communities and grow businesses.”
Have schools been teaching Marxism for generations?
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, a global philanthropy that focuses on several areas including rural health care, awarded over $11.3 million in grants for rural health care, part of which will benefit Desert View Hospital in Pahrump.