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US Senate race promises to be fight for nonpartisan voters
The attack ads already are airing and campaign fundraising emails are flooding into inboxes as one of the most competitive U.S. Senate races in the country gets rolling in Nevada, where candidates will be juggling persistent concerns about election integrity and inflation that is rising at its fastest pace in decades.
Covid Insurance State Court Rulings Reflect ‘Long Game’ Ahead
Business-owners seeking to battle insurers over pandemic-related business interruption coverage received ammunition and some clarity last week in a pair of rulings in New York and Louisiana state courts.
UNLV researcher Wu: 'Smoking is a major risk factor for osteoporosis and risk of fracture' in men
While it may not be earth-shattering news that smoking cigarettes could be the catalyst for an array of respiratory illnesses including throat and lung cancer, researchers at the University of Las Vegas University, Nevada (UNLV), are reporting that there could be a new reason for smokers to be concerned.
Over the past two decades, Lake Mead, the nation's largest reservoir, has dropped 180 feet and is now less than 30 percent full, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. The water levels have dropped so low, grim discoveries are being revealed, and some believe it's only the beginning.
Democrats’ voter turnout for primary was low, but not unexpected
While more Nevada Republicans than Democrats voted last week in the primary election, the overall turnout of 23.92% was “not too impressive” but also “not too surprising,” said David Damore, professor and chair of the UNLV department of political science.
Humans have been expressing thoughts with language for tens (or perhaps hundreds) of thousands of years. It's a hallmark of our species — so much so that scientists once speculated that the capacity for language was the key difference between us and other animals. And we've been wondering about each other's thoughts for as long as we could talk about them.