The two contracts, which total more than $86 million, were approved by the Board of Examiners, comprised of Gov. Steve Sisolak, Attorney General Aaron Ford and Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske.
It was posted before the most recent mass shootings once again prompted calls for social media companies to do more to detect such threats.
Neil Armstrong’s astronaut training in Nevada went much more smoothly than his disastrous stops here in 1962, which ended with a stuck fighter jet and a hard landing.
In February 1965, Neil Armstrong and his fellow Apollo 11 crew members spent three days exploring at what was then known as the Nevada Test Site.
As hotel-casinos along the Las Vegas Strip work to broaden nongaming offerings, many are looking to excite guests with glimpses into the future.
William Corney was a communications engineer stationed in the middle of the Atlantic during the Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago, relaying messages to NASA’s Mission Control.
The top Senate Democrat is calling on the FBI to review a Russian company’s trendy smartphone app that transforms faces from photos into younger and older images of the person, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press.
FaceApp, which is developed in Russia by Wireless Lab, has had surges of viral popularity before.
NEW YORK — Scientists say they nearly eliminated disease-carrying mosquitoes on two islands in China using a new technique. The downside: It may not be practical for larger areas and may cost a lot of money.
As the brain health center marks its 10th anniversary, doctors and patients look back at its accomplishments and to the future treatment of neurodegenerative disease.
Twitter said it was investigating the problem but had not provided further updates.
Google held a ceremonial groundbreaking Monday for its Henderson data center, a project that’s been under construction for months.
Ads were only delivered selectively to Facebook users based on such data as what they earn, their education level and where they shop.
Presidents and other world leaders and political figures who use Twitter to threaten or abuse others could find their tweets slapped with warning labels.
Most are no longer afraid of it, doctors say, though many still ask if they will get “the Michael Jackson drug” before an operation. And most of them will.