Participants took heart in the widely held belief that the D.C. protest drew more attendees than the inauguration ceremony itself. The question is: In the grand scheme of things what did the march achieve?
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Another powerful Pacific storm is hitting Southern California and residents in recent burn areas are preparing for the worst.
A crowd of thousands flooded the streets of downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning in one of more than 670 Women’s March events worldwide, expressing opposition to President Donald Trump’s stance on issues including reproductive rights, sexual assault, immigration and the environment.
Emily Fleming had a lot to compete with Saturday on the Fremont Street Experience — the shouts of a zipliner overhead; feather-clad showgirls posing for photos; a welter of wandering, drink-toting tourists.
A Metro officer shot and killed a knife-wielding nude man who was acting erratically Saturday at a Jean hotel-casino, police said. The shooting took place Saturday in the southeast parking lot of the Gold Strike Hotel and Gambling Hall, located about 30 miles south of Las Vegas.
A semitruck driver is in critical condition after a crash Saturday afternoon on southbound U.S. Highway 95.
In the film “Hidden Figures,” which tells the story of three brilliant black female mathematicians who helped the U.S. win the space race, Dorothy Vaughan shows how to handle automation. Instead of surrendering to unemployment she learns new skills and goes into management.
President Donald Trump is opening his first full day in office by attending a prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral.
A judge will let Ammon Bundy testify in the upcoming trial of seven defendants charged in the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.
Trio of bills now being drafted would streamline licensing, change the state’s definition of “mental illness” and make it easier to share information on individuals deemed mentally ill with law enforcement.
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