Sixty-five passengers on a British Airways Las Vegas-to-London flight evacuated after an aborted takeoff and fire in September have filed a lawsuit in Chicago against the manufacturers of the Boeing 777 jet and its engines.
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All across France, blue-white-red national flags flew from buildings on Friday. President Francois Hollande had asked people to hoist the tricolor in patriotic solidarity with the 130 people massacred two weeks ago in Paris.
KRAKOW, Poland — A Polish court's decision to deny the extradition of filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States over a 1977 child sex conviction became legally binding on Friday after an appellate prosecutor's office said it found no justification to appeal it.
What started as a do-over on a county ordinance for ride-hailing licensing in Clark County has erupted into a pressure campaign urging something Uber already is allowed to do — operate at McCarran International Airport.
At least two people were killed and another missing in Texas after being caught in high waters caused by a storm system that brought snow, ice and torrential rain to an area stretching from New Mexico to Illinois on Friday.
Cue the bargain hunters: The Black Friday shopping marathon has begun.
Two irate Alaska Airlines customers were taken into custody at the ticket counter after missing their flight early Friday morning, according to McCarran International Airport spokeswoman Christine Crews.
Chicago police have arrested a suspect in the murder of a 9-year-old boy who they say was lured into an alley by gang members earlier this month and fatally shot, a department spokesman wrote on Twitter on Friday.
It was February 2001, the Las Vegas Outlaws vs. the Memphis Maniax, the XFL on UPN. Surely you remember the XFL.
Chicago will continue its steady boil on Friday when protesters will march on its luxury corridor during a major shopping holiday and press their outrage over an officer's killing of teenager Laquan McDonald.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump denied on Thursday he was mocking the physical disability of a New York Times reporter during a campaign speech in which he flailed his arms and distorted his speech in an imitation of the journalist.
The Christensen family already knew this Thanksgiving was going to be different.
Thanksgiving was anything but joyful in one west Las Vegas home, where a living arrangement between ex-spouses ended abruptly in gunfire.
The presidents of Russia and France spoke Thursday about strengthening their countries' shared work against terrorism, agreeing to increase the exchange of information and intelligence.
A man was detained on Thursday after jumping the White House fence, triggering a lockdown of the presidential mansion even as he was quickly caught, CNN reported.
Every fourth-grader in America is eligible for free entry to all federally managed parks, but so far most valley kids have taken a pass on the almost 3-month-old program.
A search committee for UNLV's next executive vice president and provost, essentially the second-in-command under President Len Jessup, has whittled down the list of candidates to four finalists.
Mali's security ministry arrested two people suspected of links to an attack on a luxury hotel in the country's capital that killed 20 people, the ministry said on Thursday.
Jared Fogle's wife, Kathleen, has divorced him, according to court documents filed on Nov. 19.
Spectators packed Manhattan sidewalks on Thursday to watch the marching bands, floats and giant balloons of Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, held under tight security two weeks after deadly attacks in Paris.
Four people are displaced after a central valley house fire Wednesday night, officials say.
The three Las Vegas police officers who shot and killed a man on Tuesday have been identified by Metro.
While Southern Nevada residents are thankful for falling gasoline prices as they drive during the Thanksgiving holiday, the sudden drop over the last month has left many puzzled why it's taken so long.
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