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Survey says golf takes too long

In the fast-paced modern world, a typical round of golf takes too much time away from family or work for many players, a survey commissioned by the sport’s governing body showed on Monday.

Jury selection begins in ex-NBA player’s murder trial

Jury selection began on Monday in the trial of former National Basketball Association player Javaris Crittenton, who has been charged with murder for his suspected role in a 2011 drive-by shooting that killed an Atlanta mother of four.

White Sox-Orioles postponed due to violent protests

The Baltimore Orioles said they would postpone a Monday night game after consulting with police, on a day the city was torn by the worst rioting the United States has seen since last year’s unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.



Nevada a finalist for geothermal lab

WASHINGTON – Nevada on Monday was declared a finalist to compete for a federal laboratory to develop the next generation of geothermal energy technology.

Little easing of labor-management tensions at Allegiant seen

Observers who may have thought Allegiant Air’s record quarterly profits and a subsequent pay raise for pilots announced last week eased labor-management tensions at the Las Vegas-based airline were mistaken. As the Airline Professionals Association Teamsters Local 1224 and company management near two weeks since U.S. District Judge Andrew Gordon wrapped up court hearings for the two sides to make their case for whether pilots have the right to walk off the job, union officials are angrier than ever at Allegiant Chairman and CEO Maurice Gallagher.

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EDITORIAL: Guarding the guardians

Clark County commissioners were in rare form Tuesday, expressing shock — Shock! — and outrage — Outrage! — over abuses carried out by court-appointed guardians. Last week, the Review-Journal reported the miserable oversight failures of the system that’s supposed to protect the estates of thousands of elderly and mentally incapacitated residents, and in their first meeting since those reports, commissioners were eager to blame anyone but themselves.