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Wall Street Journal
September 23, 2022

Though Charleston has a long tradition of outdoor garden rooms, Mr. Gardner says he’s fielding more client requests for them than ever. “People want privacy and they yearn for definition,” he said.

New York Post
September 23, 2022

Newark Liberty International Airport will no longer be considered a New York City destination beginning next month — which may lead to passengers having to pay a penalty if they want to transfer to the Big Apple hubs.

C.N.N.
September 23, 2022

More than 15 years after fast radio bursts were discovered, new research has both unraveled and deepened the mystery of the sources of these deep space phenomena.

Times Higher Education
September 22, 2022

Academic presses struggling to keep up with the demand for once-obscure books about war-torn nation

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
September 22, 2022

According to the latest reports from the Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR), Nevada's job recovery remains strong, with 11,600 more people in the state's workforce than before the COVID pandemic.

K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5
September 22, 2022

The Aces brought home the first major professional sports championship trophy to Las Vegas, and UNLV sports management professor Nancy Lough said it is setting the tone for the future of Las Vegas sports.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 22, 2022

Daniel Carlson was visiting Las Vegas from Houston and was shocked by the food prices that greeted him at an Albertsons grocery store on Rainbow Boulevard last week.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
September 22, 2022

Daniel Carlson was visiting Las Vegas from Houston and was surprised by the food prices that greeted him at an Albertsons supermarket on Rainbow Boulevard last week.

Earth.com
September 22, 2022

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are intense pulses of radio wave energy that usually last only a matter of milliseconds and come from somewhere deep in the cosmos. Astrophysicists detect these signals emanating mostly from faraway galaxies, but they do not yet understand the origin of the pulses. The bursts are extremely intense at their source, putting out as much energy in one millisecond as the Sun does in an entire day. However, by the time they reach earth they are very weak and difficult to detect.

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