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There’s little common ground on presidential lawsuit

Nevada’s congressional delegation was divided late last month when the House voted 225-201 to sue President Barack Obama for allegedly violating his constitutional duties by delaying a key provision of the Affordable Care Act.

EDITORIAL: Desert tortoise doing just fine

The desert tortoise is so threatened, in such a fight for species survival, that it desperately needs birth control.

EDITORIAL: Steelworkers taken for ride by Reid, Pelosi

The United Steelworkers’ rank and file must have a short memory. Maybe they’re just exceedingly polite. Perhaps their union bosses are exceptionally good at keeping members in line.

UNLV high on Noone

Walk-on Eric Noone is practicing at first-team guard for UNLV. The Silverado High School graduate also could be playing his way into a scholarship.

UNLV’s ‘Doc’ lauded for life well-lived

“Doc” Gerald Higgins’ hands were never still. With a wife and 10 children, a private practice and being the exclusive physician to UNLV’s athletic department for 40 years, it was hard to catch him in a lull. He died Sunday at age 79. His funeral was held Thursday.

Pop star’s donation seeds multiple sclerosis program

A donation from popular music star Gloria Estefan and her husband is bringing a new program to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health for people living with multiple sclerosis.

5 free things to do in Sacramento

Sacramento is an ideal launching point to visit some of California’s most popular destinations. But Sacramento also has plenty to offer for those who want to stick around in the valley. The city even just placed No. 14 on a Forbes list of America’s coolest cities.

Signs of trouble for Winston, favored Florida State

It’s not always easy being famous. The curious case of Jameis Winston, the Florida State quarterback and controversial face of college football, is another example.

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