Mormon church cutting ties with Boy Scouts

The Mormon church said Tuesday it will sever all ties with the Boy Scouts of America at the end of next year and place its remaining 425,000 boys into a gospel-focused youth program it is developing. The move ends a nearly century-old relationship that was based on their shared values.

Hawaii volcano forcing residents to make tough decisions

Edwin Montoya’s family carved their farm on the slopes of the Kilauea volcano out of “raw jungle,” transforming it into a fertile collection of gardens, animal pens and fruit trees.

EDITORIAL: Finland ends UBI experiment

At the beginning of last year, Finland put universal basic income to the test. Less than 16 months later, it’s pulling the plug.

Ex-CEO Blankenship loses GOP primary in West Virginia

Don Blankenship couldn’t overcome opposition from President Donald Trump and pressures from within his own party to capture the Republican U.S. Senate primary in West Virginia.

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer says Russian billionaire paid Trump’s attorney

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer said Tuesday he has information showing that Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s longtime personal attorney, received $500,000 from a company associated with a Russian billionaire within months of paying hush money to Daniels, a porn star who claims she had an affair with Trump.

‘Tony n’ Tina’s’ to renew vows at Bally’s

Once one of the hottest shows in the city, “Tony n’ Tina’s” opened at the Rio in 2005. The show moved to V Theater at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, then the mezzanine level of Planet Hollywood, and finally Windows Showroom at Bally’s, where the show was most recently performed.

North Las Vegas police chief to retire after 3 years on job

North Las Vegas Police Chief Alexander Perez announced Tuesday that he will retire May 24, meeting a promise to serve only a brief, three-year tenure marked by hiring additional officers and expanding the department’s outreach to the city’s Spanish-speaking residents.

Las Vegas airport says it’s a technology incubator

While in Stockholm, Samuel Ingalls paused at the sight of passengers swiping passes and phones to board a subway. The technology looked familiar. Then he realized — a similar device to read passes was at McCarran International Airport.

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