An Arizona sheriff who has often clashed with the federal government over the enforcement of immigration laws has filed a lawsuit to stop new policies announced by President Barack Obama.
Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted 18 minutes ago
Hillary Rodham Clinton's strongest supporters held a strategy session Friday to prepare for her 2016 presidential bid, even though she has yet to say whether she will run.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 21st - 12:21pm
Election officials in Washoe County are going forward with a recount in a state assembly race after a judge rejected a legal challenge by incumbent Republican Randy Kirner.
Bob Salsberg, Associated Press | posted Nov 21st - 10:21am
Gov.-elect Charlie Baker has named Marylou Sudders, a former state commissioner of mental health and chief executive of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, to serve as Secretary of Health and Human Services in his administration.
Marjorie Cortez | posted Nov 20th - 10:46pm
After waiting more than 500 days for Congress to act on needed immigration reforms, President Obama announced a sweeping executive order Thursday that could extend temporary relief to millions of otherwise law-abiding people at risk of deportation.
Dennis Romboy | posted Nov 20th - 7:31pm
State prosecutors are now accusing former Utah Attorney General John Swallow of taking another houseboat trip in 2010 paid for by a campaign contributor who the Utah consumer protection division investigated.
Scott Sonner, Associated Press | posted Nov 20th - 7:21pm
The Reno-Sparks NAACP called on Republicans in the Nevada Assembly on Thursday to reconsider their recent choice of Assemblyman Ira Hansen to serve as speaker in 2015, saying the Sparks conservative has demonstrated a long history of racial insensitivity and bigotry.
Jeremy Diamond, CNN | posted Nov 20th - 6:32pm
About half of all Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama's incoming executive action on immigration despite agreeing with Obama on principle, according to a recent poll.
Dennis Romboy | posted Nov 20th - 5:47pm
Utah business leaders want Congress to pass lasting immigration reform regardless of what President Barack Obama outlines by executive order. But several at a roundtable discussion Thursday say the president's action would hinder working together.
Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press | posted Nov 20th - 10:44am
A Utah lawmaker concerned about government spying on its citizens is questioning whether city water service should be cut off to a massive National Security Agency data storage facility outside Salt Lake City.
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