With four touchdown passes in his pocket, Russell Wilson was not done dealing. Whether sitting at the poker table or standing in a dark corner of the sports book, never count your money until the dealing is done.
British singer Adele’s new album sold a record 3.38 million U.S. copies in its first full week, Nielsen Music said, becoming the biggest-selling album of 2015 in an astonishing feat for an era when artists rarely top 1 million.
As the National Finals Rodeo prepares to make its 10-day run at the Thomas & Mack Center on Thursday, NASCAR drivers will be all over Las Vegas, from a junior high school to the Strip, beginning today.
If you believe that age is all in your mind and the trick is keeping it from creeping down into your body, Kobe Bryant had a much better run than most athletes ever enjoy. But it’s not how old you are, rather how you are old.
Running back C.J. Anderson broke loose through the snow for a game-winning, 48-yard touchdown run, and the Denver Broncos rallied to beat New England 30-24 in overtime Sunday night, handing the Patriots their first loss of the season.
The woman struck and killed Friday by an SUV on Nellis Boulevard has been identified as Elsa Maria Aguila-Salgado, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Senior negotiators from almost 200 nations on Sunday began thrashing out a new global deal to curb climate change as the president of China, the world’s biggest polluter, landed in Paris.
U.S. holiday shopping is on track for a modest 3.7 percent rise this year after strong turnout during the Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend and thanks to strong online sales, the National Retail Federation said on Sunday after releasing an annual consumer poll.
The title loan industry is fragmented, with dozens of players ranging from small mom-and-pop locations to nationwide operators with thousands of locations.
Wayne Fischer borrowed against his 2006 Ford Ranger, taking out a type of loan so controversial that it’s illegal in 25 states. Fischer’s car-title loan ultimately cost him far more than the truck, which the lender seized when he couldn’t pay.