After weeks of wrangling, the U.S. Senate approved a bill that extends the payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits by 60 days. It also requires the Keystone XL pipeline either move forward or be killed.
Latinos are heading to the polls in record numbers. Host Lisa Mullins discusses the Hispanic turnout with The World's Matthew Bell and Arturo Varges the executive director of NALEO, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
As the Florida primary results continue to pour in, several major national news outlets are projecting that Mitt Romney won big in Florida today. Newt Gingrich was projected to come in third, followed by Rick Santorum and then Ron Paul.
In Nevada, like many places around the country, government budgets are facing cuts. Some of those cuts are being made in the fees paid to certified court interpreters. But rather than take lower wages, some interpreters are choosing to walk away. That can have real consequences for the criminal justice system.
Politicians of all stripes are clamoring to lay out how they'd support continued growth in green energy jobs. But when it comes to talking about green jobs, politicians are focused mostly on the jobs part and less on the green.
The population of Asian Americans grew by nearly 50 percent between 2000 and 2010. And nowhere have their numbers swelled more quickly than in Nevada. The World's Jason Margolis looks at this potential voting bloc for the November elections.