The latest news on Nevada
Obama wants to end funding for the nuclear storage facility, but there may be ways to move forward.
Obama is leading in several battleground states, some of which Bush solidly won in 2004.
Obama is outspending McCain by a margin of 8 to 1 in North Carolina.
States are struggling to pay for day-to-day operations with the frozen credit markets.
Democrats envision a new coalition that will change the political map.
The growth of support for Democrats among Hispanics in Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico could provide the edge that would deliver more than the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House, according to the NDN, a New Democrat organization.
President Bush is expected to make an announcement today regarding his plan for a stimulus package for the sagging U.S. economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, appearing on the Early Show on CBS this morning, provided a broad hint of what the package may include. "What he believes is that we've got to do something that is robust. It's going to be temporary and get money into the economy quickly," Paulson said. "It's going to be focused on consumers, individuals, families -- putting money in their pocket. And it's going to be focused on giving businesses the incentive to hire people, to create jobs."
Barack Obama wins some key endorsements in Nevada.
Senate Republicans are cheering new polling that finds Nevadans unenthused with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Today, the Republican National Committee and the Nevada GOP chairwoman issued E-mails to supporters bashing Reid's harsh language when talking about Bush. Reid's spokesman responded by saying that Republicans are eager to change the subject away from Iraq.