"Star Trek" fans, check it out. Videographer Michael Quine was there this weekend when all sorts of fans and former "Star Trek: The Experience" characters bought "Experience" items.
The New York Times’ latest story about an accuser of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was handled oddly, and questions persist about her allegations.
The state of Nevada has launched an investigation of marijuana testing labs for allegedly manipulating the levels of THC to make products seem more potent.
Clark County School District officials touted successes in the state’s new star ratings on Monday, celebrating its highest-performing schools and those that improved most.
Israelis head to the polls Tuesday in the second election this year after Netanyahu failed to cobble together a coalition following April’s vote.
Two federal lawmakers assured activists on Monday that their efforts to further gun control legislation were working.
The career college may lose its license to operate in Nevada after a report to the Commission on Postsecondary Education recommended denying its renewal request.
The state Supreme Court said its ruling is limited to only the creation of custom wedding invitations by Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski.
The new license would be good through 2039, four years past a deadline the Energy Department initially set with Idaho to remove the radioactive waste.
The immigrants are part of a Trump administration policy officially called the Migrant Protection Protocols, but often known as the “Remain in Mexico” program.