LAS VEGAS – A Nevada judge rejected a request by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign for an immediate order to be issued in its lawsuit over concerns about voting at a polling place in Las Vegas that remained open late last week. Judge Gloria Sturman at the Clark County Court said that the order would potentially make public the identities of poll workers, which could put them at risk of harassment. Most voters are casting their ballots across the United States on Tuesday in the general election but Nevada and several other states allow early voting.
AUSTIN, Texas A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday ruled that a Texas law requiring voters to show a government-issued form of photo identification before casting a ballot is discriminatory and violates the U.S. Voting […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. As the nation mourns fallen soldiers, more than 282,000 flags adorn the graves of those buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day. The final resting place of many of the nation’s […]
RALEIGH — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory issued a State of Emergency for 33 eastern counties in preparation for the arrival of Tropical Storm Hermine, his office said in a release. McCrory met with Public […]