UNLV roundup: Wilson-Perteete makes NCAA track championships

UNLV freshman Avi’Tal Wilson-Perteete placed second in the 800-meter run Friday at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships in Sacramento, California, to earn a berth in the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

USC leader to step down amid gynecologist scandal

The president of the University of Southern California has agreed to step down amid a raging sex scandal involving a university gynecologist who is accused of conducting inappropriate exams for decades, the chairman of the school’s board of trustees said Friday.

Golovkin-Canelo rematch in jeopardy over money disagreement

Gennady Golovkin is pursuing a 50-50 split for a potential Sept. 15 bout in Las Vegas against Canelo Alvarez, whose two positive drug tests forced cancellation of the spring fight at T-Mobile Arena.

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

North Korean released 10 U.S. prisoners during the Obama years — but this was in spite of, not because of, Mr. Obama.

How ‘Hamilton’ struck such a chord with audiences

He’s been tucked inside your wallet all along. The “$10 Founding Father,” that is — the inspiration for the Broadway-and-beyond musical phenomenon “Hamilton,” which opens a monthlong Smith Center run Tuesday night.

A by-the-numbers look at ‘Hamilton’

The Tony-winning, Pulitzer-winning, Grammy-winning musical “Hamilton” is a multivenue phenomenon.

Aces rookie A’ja Wilson adjusts to WNBA game

A’ja Wilson, two games into her WNBA career, is adjusting to additional attention off the court and on it, where she’s been hounded by double and triple teams as the focal point of opposing defenses.

Top casino CEOs in Nevada earn more than $110M

The chief executive officers of Nevada’s six largest casino operators combined earned more than $110 million in total compensation last year, according to Equilar.

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