A congressional showdown with President Donald Trump is looming as the Senate sets the stage for the first presidential veto with expected passage of a House-approved resolution to terminate his attempt to take funds from military projects to build a border wall.
World Team Tennis announced Tuesday it was adding a Southern Nevada franchise for this summer to be named the Vegas Rollers.
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz discusses reader comments on Oscar Lindberg, Ryan Carpenter and Mark Stone.
Some 2,300 miles separates Las Vegas from Watkins Glen, New York, but the latter will have a Sin City feel to it when venerable music festival Woodstock celebrates its 50th anniversary there this summer.
New York Yankees ace Luis Severino will miss opening day because of an inflamed right shoulder that caused him to be scratched from his first scheduled spring training start on Tuesday.
A semi-truck that caught fire Tuesday afternoon, briefly shut down northbound Interstate 15 in Mesquite.
Ajax stunned Real Madrid 4-1 at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Tuesday, eliminating the three-time defending champion 5-3 on aggregate in the round of 16 of the Champions League.
Las Vegas attorney Alexis Plunkett was arrested Tuesday on one count of bribing or intimidating a witness and one count of dissuading or preventing a person from testifying.
The federal government recorded a budget surplus in January.
California’s attorney general said Tuesday that he won’t charge two Sacramento police officers who fatally shot an unarmed black man last year, a killing that set off intense protests.
Michael Bloomberg is not running for president.
An Alabama woman who joined the Islamic State lost a first round on Monday in a legal fight to return to the U.S. with her toddler son, even as a judge seemed to support at least one argument made by her lawyer for her U.S. citizenship.
The youngest victim was 6, the oldest 89. One extended family lost seven members.
UNLV announced Monday it has renamed its School of Community Health Sciences as the School of Public Health.
Two girls who were lost in a dense Northern California forest for nearly two days say they survived frigid nights by huddling under a tree branch and a huckleberry bush and by thinking “happy thoughts.”
Duke star freshman Zion Williamson will miss his fourth straight game because of a mild right knee sprain.
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the October death of an 18-year-old man, a shooting that Las Vegas police believe was gang-related, the Review-Journal has learned.
Longtime Las Vegan John Waldron last month took over as executive director of The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada.
A 21st horse has died at Santa Anita, with the latest fatality occurring during training, a person with direct knowledge of the situation said Tuesday.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford is advising the public to be wary of scams that prey upon users of the Fortnite game.
Senate Majority Leader Kelvin Atkinson announced his resignation Tuesday amid federal charges accusing him of misusing campaign funds for personal use.
An Ohio teen defied his mother’s anti-vaccine beliefs and started getting his shots when he turned 18 — and told Congress on Tuesday that it’s crucial to counter fraudulent claims on social media that scare parents.
The state Board of Education will interview six finalists — most of whom have had experience in Nevada — for the vacant position of state superintendent of public instruction next week.
Arguably the most legendary tale in Las Vegas golf history involves PGA Tour golfer Gene “the Machine” Littler and singer Frankie Laine.
The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada began overseeing day-to-day operations of the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center on Tuesday, according to a statement issued by Clark County.
Spring Valley High School was placed on a hard lockdown for about 90 minutes Tuesday morning while Las Vegas police searched for robbery suspects in the area.
Police say a 19-year-old Oklahoma man told his younger brother that he fatally shot their parents because they were communicating with him telepathically and were Satan worshippers.
Three men received prison sentences Tuesday in the widespread college basketball recruiting scandal that has tainted two dozen schools.
North Las Vegas police officers made hundreds of traffic stops and issued nearly 400 citations in February during its fifth annual campaign to cut down on distracted driving.