President Donald Trump’s motorcade traveled along the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday night shortly after six Democratic presidential hopefuls participated in a fiery debate at Paris Las Vegas.
Six Democratic presidential hopefuls unleashed a barrage of political and sometimes personal jabs at one another on stage at the Paris Las Vegas during the ninth primary debate — easily the most contentious of the 2020 cycle.
Six Democratic candidates for president went after each other more than in any previous debate, as they struggle for attention and votes in Saturday’s Nevada caucuses.
Many Democratic presidential hopefuls joined a Culinary union protest Wednesday. Workers want labor contracts with several Station Casinos properties.
The White House said it would not reverse a decision by President Donald Trump to strip funding for Yucca Mountain, despite an Energy Department official saying the government was still seeking to use the repository.
The group cheered and chanted, handing out stickers and information flyers to passersby.
The Republican National Committee will pay for a mobile billboard touting President Donald Trump’s accomplishments to roam the Strip Wednesday night during the Democratic presidential primary debate.
The overpayments stemmed from undetected or unreported wage increases for recipients that either would have reduced benefit payments or terminated them from the program.
City Manager Scott Adams anticipated that issues between private parties could be resolved soon enough to potentially bring agreements to the council within 30 days.
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