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Daily Beast
September 19, 2022

Instagram’s recent Pornhub ban is the latest offensive in the platform’s all-out war against sex workers, who say their accounts are often targeted for deletion with very little explanation.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 19, 2022

UNLV professor Anthony Cabot has authored or co-authored 12 books on gaming law during his 37-year career as an attorney. But the legal expert, who holds the title of distinguished fellow of gaming law at the William S. Boyd School of Law, has surprised even his closest friends with his ability to create sculptures.

U.S.A. Today
September 19, 2022

When Ashley Storino wants a new pair of black boots or book recommendations, she knows what gets results – and it isn’t Google.

The Morning Call
September 19, 2022

It’s not an uncommon sight at Wind Creek Bethlehem — bus loads of tourists from the New York City area disembark for a day of gambling and dining at the casino in the city’s South Side.

U.S.A. Today
September 19, 2022

What works for primary voters doesn’t work in the general election, analysts say. The more Trump is attacked, the more likely he is to win the GOP nomination in 2024 and then lose as he did in 2020.

Brookings
September 19, 2022

On September 12, the Brookings Global Forum on Democracy and Technology will host a symposium to address these and other questions.

K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5
September 19, 2022

It has been more than six months now since the war in Ukraine began. Following it from the beginning, Taras Krysa, the Director of Orchestras at UNLV. FOX5 spoke to the professor and conductor the day Russian troops pushed into Ukraine while he was still in disbelief it actually happened. After traveling to the country, Krysa now he believes Ukrainian forces are finally starting to prevail.

The Good Men Project
September 17, 2022

Pretending it’s a non-issue is harmful to both parties.

The Times of Israel
September 17, 2022

Azerbaijan has been accused of war crimes and human rights abuses – it displays great hostility to one of Israel's biggest allies.

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