Many federal computer systems lagging
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The regents give Klaich a sweetheart deal
Candidate’s free stuff would be free
Court says tax repeal initiative is deceptive
The regulatory state has made it more difficult for people to get ahead, especially for those hoping to get into their first home.
Community groups push district to act
New banking regulations risk ensaring innocents
Free speech in Germany
Without some kind of sentencing reform, an expert told a state panel, the number of people behind bars in Nevada will increase by another “2,000 to 3,000 inmates very quickly.”
Not all workers smiling over minimum wage hikes
Virginia Tech University plays the fool by disinviting Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Riley from a speaking engagement. And although the school reinvited him, it’s clear the First Amendment is not a priority at VaTech.
A new app could do to gas stations what Uber did to taxis
Hillary Clinton in coal country
Congress seeks to cover up collusion
The next six months promise to be nothing if not entertaining.
Former Bishop Gorman High School standout Ronnie Stanley becomes the highest NFL Draft pick ever from Las Vegas.
UNLV hiring procedures
Lower growth harms those of all incomes
Avoid secrecy in the Bundy case
Attorney stuffs her pockets in Uber lawsuit
Clark County contract a fiasco
Bipartisan bill passes House