In an effort to stop coronavirus, Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered Nevadans to stay at home and non-essential businesses to close. He’s allowing abortion clinics, however, to remain open.
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If only the national mainstream media was as incredulous about China’s coronavirus claims as they are about President Donald Trump’s.
By his own standard, the public should presume that Joe Biden is guilty of sexual assault.
Anyone who thinks the coronavirus outbreak shows the need for larger government hasn’t been paying attention.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says that if he was treating a patient with coronavirus he would prescribe hydroxychloroquine. On Wednesday, Gov. Steve Sisolak made it illegal for your personal doctor to do just that.
Democrats’ coronavirus stimulus delay is shameful
With Gov. Steve Sisolak ordering the shutdown of schools and non-essential businesses, the coronavirus quarantine is here whether you like it or not. Here are 10 things to do.
Calling the coronavirus the Chinese virus isn’t racist. It’s accurate. It also counteracts efforts by the Chinese government to sow confusion about where the virus came from and how the Chinese government enabled this pandemic.
Attorney General Aaron Ford is Nevada’s top law enforcement officer. That hasn’t stopped him from flagrantly violating Nevada’s public records law.
Coronavirus is hurting the economy. That doesn’t mean the government should try to prop it up with a stimulus package.
The more seriously we take coronavirus, the less serious the outbreak will be. That’s the time-sensitive paradox confronting governments, businesses, travelers and families.
Henderson officials claim they want to hear from residents about a proposed minor league hockey arena. They’ve given no indication, however, that they intend to listen.
Empty shelves at Costco and Walmart show that Las Vegas-area businesses need to start price gouging.
If the people behind a new funding adequacy lawsuit are upset about Nevada’s low quality of education, they should be suing themselves.
If you don’t trust Donald Trump to respond to the coronavirus outbreak, you shouldn’t favor a system that gives a future president like him power over your health care.