It appears the comprehensive immigration bill making its way through the Senate might finally get some teeth with regard to border security. Furthermore, if after five years those teeth turn out to be false and the Department of Homeland Security fails to sufficiently tighten the United States’ border with Mexico, a federal commission will form to ensure security improves.
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■ WINNING/LOSING PITCHER: Padres, Robbie Erlin, 6-2; 51s, Chris Schwinden, 3-7
Facebook says a bug in its system caused 6 million users’ contact information to be inadvertently exposed.
After more than three years of expensive litigation, the conflicting sides in the CityCenter construction case will give peace a chance.
The cable television serviceman had reasons to be suspicious. Three women in miniskirts and skimpy clothing were in the house at 2404 Kirk Ave., with frequent male visitors coming and going. He also heard moans coming from the bedrooms and saw a variety of male visitors.
Don’t go west. West is overrated. Just look east as the sun sets at 8:20 p.m. on Sunday.
As New Jersey prepares for its next court hearing on Wednesday over its efforts to legalize sports betting, gaming officials in Canada are urging lawmakers to vote on a bill legalizing Las Vegas-style sports books.
First Presbyterian Church of Las Vegas, 1515 W. Charleston Blvd., will have a Patriotic Music Concert at 4 p.m. Sunday. The concert will feature new organ arrangements of patriotic music and favorite American popular music. Admission is free (384-4554).