David Zamarin’s Tuesday letter reminds me of the atheist philosopher who said, “God is dead.” He then asked, “Now what will you replace God with?”
Your Monday editorial, “The truth about electric vehicles and carbon emissions,” gives credence to the only logical solution to the carbon problem we face: nuclear power.
Las Vegas lives within its means and respects the laws of the land.
Las Vegas needs so much work when it comes to health care.
Donald Trump’s conduct alone justifies not only his impeachment by the House, but his conviction by the Senate and his removal from the office.
The recent helicopter crash in the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area should be a wake-up call for the FAA.
Science explains a lot and is one of humankind’s greatest achievements, but so far the question of God’s existence remains outside its realm of understanding.
Having watched the World Series so far, and being impartial, I think it is time to replace the home plate umpire with the technology that exists to call balls and strikes.
There is nothing kind about leaving people lying on the side of the road. Do we want Las Vegas to become another disaster like San Francisco?
There are angels on Earth, and they are hospice doctors and nurses.