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The Nevada Independent

In a May poll of voters in swing states, the New York Times / Siena College had two seemingly contradictory findings for the state of Nevada. Republican former President Donald Trump led President Joe Biden, a Democrat, by 12 points in a head-to-head matchup. Yet the poll also showed Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) maintained a 2 percentage point lead on her likely Republican challenger Sam Brown.

Business Insider

On a mild Houston day in March 2021, Judge Marvin Isgur prepared to oversee the only case on his docket that morning. It was a motion to recuse his longtime colleague on the bench, David Jones, from a case involving a bankrupt engineering company.

K.N.P.R. News

Problems and issues related to family court in Nevada go back decades. In 2006, Washoe County family court Judge Chuck Weller was shot by Darren Mack, who was later convicted of murdering his wife. In 2013 in Las Vegas, a family court marshal was accused of excessive force against a litigant who had already been restrained.


It’s been a year of missteps, miscalculations, confusion, delays, glitches, and frustration after the botched launch of the simplified FAFSA, which has prevented financial aid packages from being awarded to students with ample time to make plans for their future.

Las Vegas Review Journal

UNLV President Keith Whitfield in a statement Sunday refuted earlier assertions that UNLV was considering releasing details about the university’s assets invested in firms with ties to Israel and divesting from them.

Las Vegas Sun

During UNLV’s spring commencement ceremonies May 11, I was excited to celebrate with the 3,700 graduates, many of whom are the first in their families to earn a bachelor’s degree. Commencement is the absolute best part of my job, and a truly unique and uplifting experience at UNLV. It’s a chance to highlight the enormous success of our students, with their families, friends and the entire Rebel community.

Good News Network

When a meteorite smashed into Mars eleven million years ago, pieces of the Red Planet hurtled into space—and some of them landed on Earth in the form of meteorites, depositing unparalleled evidence of the planet’s makeup. Now, scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego have released a report after their detailed study of the Martian meteorites collected from locations across the world, including Africa and Antarctica.

Mirage News

Mars has a distinct structure in its mantle and crust with discernible reservoirs, and this is known thanks to meteorites that scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego and colleagues have analyzed on Earth.