A new book handles the ill-fated CEO's story with respect.
But it didn't matter, as Nevada lawmakers approved a $600 million handout to the team.
Republican Joe Lombardo ousts incumbent Steve Sisolak over pandemic closures.
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The larger, louder half of Penn & Teller talks masks, vaccines, compassion, Bob Dylan, and much, much more.
With upticks in cities with greater proportions of immigrant laborers and homeless people
Eminem's Latest Music Video Mixes a Graphic Reenactment of Las Vegas Shooting With a Sappy Call for Gun Control
The song and music video amount to grotesque, self-obsessed celebrity activism.
Relying on the Same Illogic That Trump Used to Ban Bump Stocks, a New Lawsuit Argues That Customizable Rifles Are Illegal
The plaintiffs say manufacturers broke the law by producing rifles that were compatible with accessories that facilitate rapid firing.
The tourist mecca will be one of the few U.S. jurisdictions that give visitors a place where they can legally use the marijuana they can legally buy.
The man refused to obey their orders. But his death was probably avoidable.
Citing a post-9/11 terror law, MGM Resorts International argues that it isn't liable for the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
The Culinary Workers Union is demanding financial compensation and replacement jobs for workers displaced by technology.
The legislation mostly reminds federal agencies to follow the laws already on the books.
Resist "grotesque urge to immediately transform all human tragedies into a political agenda."
The governor, who worries that pot-friendly businesses could provoke a federal crackdown, disagrees.
Millions of pot-seeking tourists have nowhere to enjoy their purchases.
Data obtained by a Nevada think tank show where Las Vegas police use civil asset forfeiture.
Wants rides hailed by apps at least 10 minutes in advance and a slew of new taxes and other regulations.
Taxpayer subsidy for one America's richest men and one of its worst NFL franchises sneaks through Nevada legislature.
"Go Team Go" is a bad argument for publicly-financed stadiums.
Sheldon Adelson and NFL's Raiders run into opposition from conservative tax watchdog group and Nevada's largest labor union over proposed stadium.
Judge orders defense attorney to remove hers at a sentencing hearing involving no jury.
Committee of "casino leaders and elected officials" votes to subsidize Sheldon Adelson and the Oakland Raiders.
City pays more than $80,000 to woman detained and searched in The Cosmopolitan casino.
Did they run out of overpriced, unnecessary projects in their own country?
Those who oppose legalization often bring up groundless fears like widespread addiction and fixed matches. Don't believe them.
Believed to be one of the largest of its kind in the US
Stanley Gibson was shot and killed by police in December 2011
First time in department's history
Record-tying 25 people shot by Vegas cops in 2012
Needless to say, his boldness came as a bit of a surprise
City could become one-paper town
Allen Brutsche and Devon Campbell Newman were arrested after a four-month investigation