State and federal health authorities are investigating ongoing outbreaks at Nevada hospitals and nursing homes of a drug-resistant “superbug” that can lead to serious illness and even death.
Pentagon officials testified Tuesday that the number of reports of unexplained aerial phenomena has increased, but there has been no evidence found to indicate the activity is from otherworldly aliens.
The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 will turn May’s “Flower Moon” red this weekend.
Elon Musk said that his plan to buy Twitter is “temporarily on hold,” raising fresh doubts about whether he’ll proceed with the $44 billion acquisition.
President Joe Biden announced Monday that 20 internet companies have agreed to provide discounted service to people with low incomes, a program that could effectively make tens of millions of households eligible for free service through an already existing federal subsidy.
Elon Musk said he will reverse Twitter’s permanent ban of former President Donald Trump if the Tesla CEO follows through with his plan to buy the social media company.
Google has just started accepting applications to have personal information such as phone numbers and physical and email addresses removed from search results.
A team of Las Vegas 6th graders has been named a national finalist in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow contest.
Cybersecurity expert warns that cyberattacks will cost lives if defenses aren’t bolstered.
From no-booze cocktails to tables that won’t wobble, a look at 2022’s hottest restaurant trends.
As digital money continues to gain traction on Wall Street, more and more options become available. There are currently almost 8,900 cryptocurrencies on the market.
An atmospheric mystery earlier this winter on the east side of the Las Vegas Valley has been solved.
Circa is getting set to launch a Vegas Vickie NFT collection that it says will make it the first Las Vegas casino on the blockchain.
The moon is about to get walloped by 3 tons of space junk, a punch that will carve out a crater that could fit several semitractor-trailers.
Deadly with extreme weather now, climate change is about to get so much worse. It is likely going to make the world sicker, hungrier, poorer, gloomier and way more dangerous in the next 18 years with an “unavoidable” increase in risks, a new United Nations science report says.