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Senators demand answers after NYT reports sexual assault allegations at NNSS

A New York Times’ story, in which a security guard at the Nevada National Security Site was fired after accusing her coworkers of sexual...
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GC2 to IGT: No Coyote Moon for you

Who owns Coyote Moon?If the slot game is played online, only Illinois slot technology maker GC2, and not Nevada-based International Game Technology. Or so...
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DeFazio, Titus demand answers from GSA on Trump’s D.C. hotel lease

Last week an Inspector General report that found the General Services Administration "ignored the Constitution" and refused to analyze whether allowing Donald Trump to...
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Titus sets investigative sights on Trump profiting from D.C. hotel

The General Services Administration (GSA) "ignored the Constitution" and should have analyzed whether Donald Trump's profiting from the lease of government property for his...
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Ex-wife, arrest report from 2012 contradict LV Council candidate’s account

An arrest report from 2012 says current Las Vegas City Council candidate David Marlon “started sweating and acting extremely nervous and agitated” when Metro...
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DA gets fourth delay on filing drug trafficking charges against Marsy’s Law founder

The billionaire behind the successful Nevada ballot measure Marsy's Law, aimed at protecting victims of crime, has yet to be charged in connection with...
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Lawmakers see pathway to criminal justice overhaul, but will they take it?

Divisions and theatrics in Washington were briefly surmounted last month when Congress passed criminal justice reform legislation. The First Step Act is a modest,...

Correction: Rule change won’t speed up eviction process

Changes to civil procedure rules adopted by the Nevada Supreme Court last month will not speed up the eviction process.At the end of December,...

Judicial Discipline Commission asks Supreme Court to take hold off Tobiasson case

The Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission, which investigates and disciplines judges in Nevada, is asking the Supreme Court to lift a stay on the Commission’s investigative...

Clark County DA recuses from domestic battery case against judge, hands off to Ford

One of Attorney General Aaron Ford’s first charges after taking office could be prosecuting domestic battery allegations against a fellow elected official -- Las...



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