Desert Oasis entered this week’s American Legion state tournament as the top seed, but that didn’t matter much to Basic on Monday.
The Democrats who forced the Affordable Care Act on the American public are predictably outraged that Obamacare appears headed back before the U.S. Supreme Court for another make-or-break appeal on a pillar of the legislation. But for the Obama administration to prevail once more, the justices will have to follow the president’s lead in ignoring the letter of the law.
In response to the Review-Journal’s July 24 editorial, “No more money: Don’t give VA $17.6 billion; privatize it”:
To the editor:
The woman who kept over 100 cats in her house was cited for animal cruelty, North Las Vegas police said.
For years, the Silver State led the nation on the number of women killed by men with handguns — with mostly husbands, boyfriends or stalkers pulling the trigger — but dropped to No. 16 last year in a report by the Violence Policy Center.
Real estate website operator Zillow Inc. is buying its rival in a $3.5 billion deal that will make the biggest player in the online real estate information market.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation on Friday to give mobile-phone users the right to ‘unlock’ their devices and use them on competitors’ wireless networks, something that is now technically illegal.
Nevada is falling short on meeting goals set by a federal lawsuit settlement to provide prompt treatment to mentally ill offenders to help restore their competency, a defense lawyer said.
Gazan authorities said Israeli forces shelled a shelter at a U.N.-run school on Thursday, killing at least 15 people as the Palestinian death toll in the conflict climbed over 750 and attempts at a truce remained elusive.