If you’re looking for good news, don’t read about this week’s rollout of Obamacare coverage. The insurance exchanges that are central to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act go online Tuesday, and with each passing hour, more and more problems are revealed.
Jessie Vargas isn’t as busy as he used to be. But the closer you inch toward a world title shot, the more choosy you become as to who you fight.
This was most appropriate: That when it came time to produce a drive that would win a football game and finally terminate a road losing streak that had become stuff of (negative) lore around the UNLV program, Caleb Herring was the one to lead it.
Junior running back Kobe Williams rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown to carry Agassi Prep to a 21-6 win over Needles (Calif.) on Saturday at Rancho.
As she made her way through the Sands Expo Center, the most dangerous woman in Las Vegas easily passed for one of the thousands of attendees at last week’s behemoth Global Gaming Expo convention.
With the federal government teetering on the brink of shutdown, the Senate passed a spending bill last week that would keep federal workers on the job through Nov. 15.
Our government serves a purpose. It’s not the one you’re thinking of, either.
Dear Savvy Senior: I understand that there are a number of different flu vaccines being offered to adults this flu season. What can you tell me about them? — Seeking Protection
For lots of unusual shapes, sizes and color, consider adding cactuses to your yard.
I’ve got a T-shirt hanging in my closet, given to me one Christmas morning by my mother. It depicts a man alone in a room, hunched over a stack of papers, writing. Outside his window a crescent moon suggests a late night. Or perhaps even the wee hours of the morning. The caption reads, “Artists and writers, alone in their chairs, changing the world one line at a time.”