Michael Cohen’s memoir about President Donald Trump will be released Sept. 8 by Skyhorse Publishing, which confirmed the news Thursday to The Associated Press.
Gun safety advocates applauded the Democratic vice presidential pick of Sen. Kamala Harris, while gun rights groups said her plans would “dismantle Second Amendment rights.”
Council members voted last week to use $2 million of CARES Act money to expand a City Hall lobby. The vote increases a budget for an existing plaza renovation project.
The judge deciding a legal challenge by Clark County bar owners seeking to reverse Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order closing their businesses to fight the spread of COVID-19 promised a quick ruling Thursday after a 90-minute hearing.
The fatalities surpassed the 29 reported on July 31 and on Friday to set a mark for the biggest single-day increase in the death toll since the outbreak began.
President Donald Trump said that he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service.
Gov. Steve Sisolak is trying to reach President Donald Trump to request full reimbursement for National Guard troops called out to help with coronavirus relief, after the president cut funds by 25 percent.
The city of Las Vegas opened registration Wednesday for Vegas Strong Academy, its child care option at six community centers that will support distance learning through the fall semester.
Appointments are still required for the majority of transactions, and motorists can book the new appointment times by the end of the week.
New cases were well below the daily average of 763 for the preceding week, while fatalities were slightly below the daily average of 17 over the period.
The event was the first in a rollout that Biden aides say blends the historic nature of Harris’ selection with the realities of the 2020 campaign and the gravity of the nation’s circumstances.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to accept the party’s presidential nomination from his home in Delaware.
The city of North Las Vegas announced an educational plan to help teach students whose schools have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The chief of staff for the Commerce Department visited Las Vegas during the past two days, giving out federal grant money and encouraging the city to apply for more.