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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
‘It took only two years to go from disappearing Milo and Alex Jones to banning content said to ‘amplify narratives that undermine faith in NATO.’
Teaching Diversity, Inclusion and Equity (DIE) can be extremely lucrative.
Former Trump Adviser Says Biden’s Immigration Bill Could ‘Erase the Very Essence of America’s Nationhood’
A new immigration bill proposed by Democrats would “fundamentally erase the very essence of America’s nationhood.”
President Joe Biden revoked seven executive orders on Feb. 24 issued by President Donald Trump between 2017 and 2021. The White House offered no explanation for the revocation in its formal press release.
At least 13.9 million of the nation’s small businesses are at serious risk of shuttering their doors by April 1, a recent industry report found.
After a month full of weather related stops and starts church pastor Roderick Rogers says the Fordyce Community Baptist Church was finally able to host a successful food distribution yesterday. (Feb. 24)
The Arkansas Senate has sent Gov. Asa Hutchinson legislation making the state’s voter ID law stricter. The majority-Republican Senate by a 25 to 9 vote approved a bill that will no longer allow people without valid identification to cast a ballot, by simply signing a statement claiming they are who they say they are.
Earlier this month, The Martin County Office of Tourism & Marketing announced the launch of the Martin County Arts & Culture Trail with an innovative scavenger hunt program leading up to ArtsFest 2021.
“Tyranny is trying to tread into somebody’s mind to distort it and to form it to reflect what you think is good”
“At what point can the executive branch tell the judicial branch that their legal orders are meaningless?”
President Joe Biden’s nominee to run the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), William Burns, has a history of cooperation organizations linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
China’s communist party has continued its broad attack on faith through the pandemic, burning and trashing religious books while jailing spiritual adherents for possessing religious literature.
Biden’s officials have been broadcasting their desire to refocus the DHS and USCIS on helping to extract more migrants from Central America for the U.S. economy.
U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday appeared reluctant to give police unlimited power to enter a home without a warrant when pursuing a suspect for a minor crime in a case involving a California driver tailed by an officer after honking his horn while listening to music.
Port officials want to build a new highway from San Diego to Oregon, through the ocean.
Yankton’s mask mandate aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus is set to expire on Monday.
A minimum-security state prison inmate who walked away from the Yankton Community Work Center back in November is once again in custody.
For the first time at the South Dakota State Capitol, a resolution for impeachment was read on the House floor. Lawmakers heard the announcement which calls for impeaching South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg for “certain crimes or misdemeanors in office.”
Authorities have released interviews conducted with South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg following a fatal car/pedestrian crash on September 12th.
Yankton College is once again offering scholarships to help graduating high school seniors who are college bound.
South Dakota health officials are reporting 1,900 more people have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.
Clark County schools will begin reopening under a hybrid instructional model to students in grades six, nine and 12 beginning March 22, followed by the return of other older students in early April, Superintendent Jesus Jara announced Wednesday.
A Hulbert Ok man was shot and killed
Officials from North Las Vegas held a news briefing Wednesday to call on the Clark County School District to resume school sports.
President Joe Biden’s administration cannot enforce a pause on most deportations until further notice, a federal judge ruled late Tuesday.
A coalition of more than 150 corporate executives signed a letter endorsing President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus package
Home prices ended 2020 on the rise across the U.S., often at a faster pace than in Southern Nevada, a new report shows.
“Let’s Get Rid of the War Criminals First”: Steve Bannon RIPS Liz Cheney after Her Latest Appearance (VIDEO)
“In the new Republican Party let’s get rid of the war criminals first. That would be your family.”
Rachel Levine, is an advocate of sex changes for kids and the drugging of children with puberty blockers.
After years of City Hall paralysis over how to police vacation rentals, the City Council on Tuesday voted 8-1 to approve City Council President Jen Campbell’s regulatory compromise.
Fort Pierce Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred around 12:45 a.m. on February 23, near the Fisherman’s Warf area.
Melissa Robbins who is the Director of HopePlace Fordyce says they have parenting classes for young mothers to equip them with the knowledge for raising their babies
System Overwhelmed by Thousands of Migrant Children Flooding US Border After Biden Reverses Trump Policy
U.S. shelters for migrant children near maximum capacity as border crossings increase
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin issued a video message Friday asking members of the military to tell commanders of any personal experiences with extremists or extremist ideology.
As the first Clark County School District in-person school board meeting Thursday nears, high school athletes and their parents are keeping the pressure on Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara.
House Democrats’ massive voter registration and campaign procedure reform bill gives federal bureaucrats vast new power to control political speech
A left-wing activist indicted on federal charges related to his role in the Capitol Hill riots has found a new way to monetize his time in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6.
Ten class-action lawsuits filed Tuesday accuse auto insurance companies of failing to reduce premiums sufficiently for Nevada policyholders as traffic declined during the pandemic.
The United Nations is reportedly helping the Biden Administration find more asylum-seeking migrants to get back into the United States