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Sheldon Adelson has filed three libel suits against journalists. One, a columnist at the Las Vegas Journal-Review, which Adelson bought last year, went broke facing the billionaire GOP donor in court.
Another Consumer Electronics Show has come and gone with most of the 170,000 attendees headed back home after spending several days being overwhelmed by 3,600 exhibitors spanning more 2.4-million s
The new year is here, and you know what that means, right?
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas a
Episode 2: Before you can lead a wandering life, you gotta dump a lot of old things
Greetings, newcomer! Congrats on taking your place in the great residential churn of Las Vegas. Every day, new arrivals like you braid your interests, ambitions and lifestyles into the larger community.
Why not film Star Wars sequels in a city not so far, far away?
The National Archives has issued a $129,600 grant from its National Historical Publications and Records Commission to UNLV's University Libraries Special Collections.
Now a year into his job at the Cosmopolitan, the resort has posted modest profits for the last two quarters.
Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign will open offices in Carson City and Fernley this week, according to a release.
The season of giving is upon us.
And when it comes to charity, it gives us a warm feeling from helping our fellow men and women.
The tie between sports media and cultural memory is strong.
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health has received a $100,000 grant from the federal government to support connecting the state's mental health sysetm to a health information exchange
Scientific Games boss Gavin Isaacs believes his company is better off today than it was just a year ago, despite a substantial third-quarter loss.
Next time you’re considering piling on the bacon at a local buffet, or stopping by a fast food hamburger joint – you might want to think twice.
There are only two sure things in life – death and taxes.
Taxes are due by April 15, but there is no due date when it comes to dying.
So, how do people die in Las Vegas?
Just how green is Las Vegas?
You’d expect us to be pretty environmentally friendly living in the desert where none of us are shielded from immediately shifts in our surroundings.
Las Vegas and steakhouses go together like gambling and cocktails.
And no other city, not Los Angeles, San Francisco or New York can match the array of steak joints that Las Vegas offers.
If you were hoping to fill up your family’s station wagon or SUV for less than $2 per gallon in Nevada, you’re out of luck.
As gaming industry executives gather in Las Vegas for Global Gaming Expo this week, the casino industry is dealing with several c
Las Vegas has built a reputation for attracting between 35 million to 42 million visitors to a five-mile Strip of hotels and casinos in the middle of the desert.
Even with a flaw or two, Paul Papa's guide to the valley's best bike rides is the wheel thing