by Tovin Lapan, Las Vegas Sun — To make a point about the value of spending on foreign aid and development, former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, a man versed in the intricacies of foreign and domestic policy, invoked Tom Hanks.
by Laura Myers, Las Vegas Review Journal — Alan Aleman, a 20-year-old student at the College of Southern Nevada, became the face of immigration last week when President Barack Obama used Las Vegas to launch his legislative drive for a comprehensive overhaul.
by Chris Sieroty, Las Vegas Review-Journal — When it comes to Nevada's economic recovery, a vibrant export market is critical. Over the last six months, lawmakers and economic development officials have made strides in getting the Silver State's brand into foreign markets.
by Richard N.Velotta, VEGASINC — Mexico City's Interjet will become the 17th international airline to offer service at McCarran International Airport today when its inaugural flight from Mexico City’s Toluca Airport arrives tonight.
by Benjamin Spillman, Las Vegas Review-Journal — Who said bipartisanship is dead? On the day before the start of early voting, Southern Nevada congressional candidates from both major parties agreed it's important to court a key electoral bloc.
by Nevada News Bureau Staff, CarsonNow.org — The Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce today commended Sen. Michael Roberson, R-Las Vegas, for his commitment to seek $20 million a year in funding for English language learner programs in the Clark County School District.