Nevada’s high court rejects delaying arguments on school choice bill
The Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a request from the American Civil Liberties Union to delay oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging a controversial school choice bill.
House report on Benghazi blames US military, Obama administration
Republicans on the House Benghazi Committee harshly faulted the Obama administration Tuesday for lax security and a slow response to the deadly 2012 attacks at the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Libya.
EDITORIAL: The regulator in chief
Barack Obama dropped in to address attendees of the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in the Bay Area last week. The Associated Press reported the president told the crowd that “it is vital” to ensure they “have the right tools to start new businesses.” Perhaps Mr. Obama — with his hectic schedule and all — got his audiences confused, delivering instead a joke-laden speech intended for the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
SEBELIUS: Cresent Hardy shouldn’t talk about the Constitution
Congressman Cresent Hardy says the U.S. Constitution doesn’t allow the federal government to own lands except in narrow circumstances. But he’s entirely wrong about that.
HARASIM: In Cuba, Las Vegas health official finds it helps to look like Hemingway
Unless I’ve missed something, no one in Las Vegas has ever said — at least publicly — that Dr. Joe Iser, the head of the Southern Nevada Health District, has gotten ahead because of his looks. But in Havana, Cuba, well, that’s another story.
LETTERS: Why don’t bicyclists pay for roadwork?
Your Thursday editorial (“A gas, gas, gas”) on higher taxes at the pump to fund local road improvements was excellent. And yes, how about the folks who don’t use normal fuel?