Experts In The News

The impact of the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision in SEC v. Jarkesy, limiting the commission’s use of in-house judges, will likely have long-term consequences, with securities attorneys speculating that SEC settlement offers may increase and state regulators may take the reins on cases that would previously have been led by the federal regulator.

K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13

Expansion plans for the Durango Casino & Resort are moving forward. After opening in December, the resort, on the southwest side of Las Vegas, has been successful, which led to Station Casinos deciding to add to the property.

K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13

As Channel 13 continues our Path to the White House series, we're looking at the top issues on Nevada voters' minds heading into the presidential election. Among the topics we're examining leading up to November is the future of democracy.

N.B.C. News

Dave and Buster's and TouchTunes have struck a deal with software company Lucra to bring online betting to their bar and arcade games. NBC News' Brian Cheung has details on the planned rollout as some voice concerns over sports betting and addiction.

Indica News

A recent review published by the American College of Cardiology (ACC) compared the updated blood pressure guidelines from the European Society of Hypertension (ESH). The chief difference between the criteria for the cutoff for hypertension in the US was ≥130/80 while in Europe was ≥140/90 mmHg. The guidelines in India are also akin to the European guidelines.  This has caused some confusion.

The Sun

The real reason airlines still board planes from front to back despite it causing huge aisle queues has been revealed. Passengers have long found boarding one of the most tiresome parts of flying - but an astrophysicist thinks there's a better way.

CDC Gaming Reports

University of Las Vegas (UNLV) Hospitality Professor Anthony Lucas and Katherine A. Spilde, Ph.D. of San Diego State University have found that reducing free-play rewards had little impact on casino visitor numbers, or how much visitors spent gambling for real money. The authors explored their findings in the most recent edition of the UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal.

Travel + Leisure

Whether you're a first-time flier, a nervous flier, or a curious frequent flier, you might have questions about all the noises you hear during a flight. And no, we don't mean babies crying or the jarringly loud drop of an iPhone.