UNLV In The News

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February 26, 2020
People driving expensive cars are more dangerous to pedestrians, and the more valuable their vehicles are the less likely they are to stop at zebra crossings.
February 26, 2020
The big winners of last week’s Nevada caucuses were Sen. Bernie Sanders, Latino and younger voters, and Las Vegas. The biggest losers, besides the candidates not finishing with delegates, were caucuses as a voting system and centrist-Democratic political pundits.
February 26, 2020
The big winners of last week’s Nevada caucuses were Sen. Bernie Sanders, Latino and younger voters, and Las Vegas. The biggest losers, besides the candidates not finishing with delegates, were caucuses as a voting system and centrist-Democratic political pundits.
February 26, 2020
The science is looking pretty unanimous on this one: Drivers of expensive cars are the worst.
IFLScience
February 25, 2020
The more expensive a car is, the less likely the driver is to stop for a pedestrian who is crossing the road, at least in Las Vegas. The race and sex of the person trying to get across the road may also matter.
Insider
February 25, 2020
Each year, between 5% and 20% of Americans get the flu. Their cases range in severity from mild to life-threatening. Thankfully, there are preventive measures you can take to help protect you and your loved ones from the influenza virus, the most effective of which is the flu vaccine.
February 25, 2020
It was a Bernie blowout in the 2020 Nevada Democratic Caucuses. 100,000 Nevadans cast their ballots, a third of them taking part in a first for Nevada caucusing, early voting.
Greater Greater Washington
February 25, 2020
Drivers of more expensive cars are less likely to stop for people on foot trying to cross the street, a new study found. They also yielded less to men and African Americans, though that difference didn’t reach statistical significance.
February 25, 2020
The unofficial theme for this year’s Verified, The Forbes Travel Guide Luxury Summit was being sustainable in the high-end hospitality world. But even with words like “reuse” and “repurpose” being sprinkled about much of the conversation, FTG’s three-day celebration at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas with more than 600 top hoteliers never felt recycled. From the black-tie gala emceed by Marisa Tomei to a thoughtful symposium that explored wellness, almost every aspect of the summit was fresh and focused on the future.

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