A Cheesecake Factory restaurant near Summerlin voluntarily evacuated Saturday evening after receiving several bomb threats, Las Vegas police said.
It’s possible to be right and wrong simultaneously. Just look at President Donald Trump’s statements after last weekend’s tragedy in Charlottesville.
President Donald Trump has not used the power granted to him by the U.S. Constitution to pardon or commute federal offenders, but that could change Tuesday when Trump visits Phoenix.
As expected, Marshawn Lynch took a seat on the bench during the national anthem. How Lynch looked in his first exhibition action was more prudent, and the running back didn’t disappoint Saturday in a 24-21 loss to the Rams.
The Raiders’ defensive and offensive starters flashed ability Saturday in their most extensive action of the preseason. They also committed blunders, a good balance to build from in a 24-21 loss to the Rams.
Dick Gregory, the comedian and activist and who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, has died. He was 84.
A Meet The Beetles Car Show at downtown Las Vegas’ Abbey Road Crossing on Fremont Street celebrated The Beatles’ Aug. 20, 1964, concerts and the 50th anniversary of the band’s Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
Your editorial on Charlottesville ignores the long, tortured, history of race and culture in our land.
Just by cutting a bunch of regulations and giving entrepreneurs, risk-takers, CEOs and small-business owners “hope,” President Trump has brought us back from the dead. But has this been a headline in the news? No. It’s nowhere to be found.
On vacation the past two weeks, I sometimes felt as though every time I checked in on the news, I came across yet another story about football and CTE, the terrible neurodegenerative brain disease that afflicts way too many football players. Its formal name is chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and it can be diagnosed only after someone dies and his brain is cut open.