WATCH: Nevada Gov. Sisolak pays an emotional tribute to families affected by the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 60 people and thanks first responders for their acts of service.
On the third anniversary of the mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 60 people, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak pays an emotional tribute to the families affected by the shooting and thanks first responders for their acts of service.Read more: NBC News »
Trump, Biden clash in final debate on COVID-19 response, health care, race
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in the final presidential debate of the 2020 election from Belmont University in Nashville Thursday.
We don’t need emotion. We need answers.
Here's why Las Vegas is betting on a comeback amid the pandemicCNBC's Jane Wells reports from the Las Vegas strip on how the city is making a comeback amid the coronavirus pandemic. A chapel owner discusses how many cancelled weddings have impacted his business. Watch Now: Jobless Claims and Continued Claims Lower Than Expected Bad news lol come back to what ? no one is going to vegas for pool parties
First smoke-free resort on Las Vegas Strip opens: 'My clothes aren't smelling'The MGM Resorts property reopened Wednesday for the first time in seven months with a new rule and the first of its kind on The Strip: No smoking. They're going to lose so much money About time. What about e-cig products?
Mandalay Bay Las Vegas Mass Shooting Victims & Families Settle For $800M In DamagesMGM Resorts International and its insurers have signed off on a deal that gives $800 million in payouts to victims and their relatives of the worst mass shooting in US history. The settlement was f… No amount of money will ever make this better
Court Approves $800 Million Las Vegas Shooting SettlementA court on Wednesday approved a total of $800 million in payouts from casino company MGM Resorts International Inc. and its insurers to more than 4,400 relatives and victims of the Las Vegas Strip shooting that was the deadliest in recent U.S. history that's more than flint Michigan got for poisoned water Good...let them bleed out...that’s the Wild West shootout they endorsed. Live by the gun, die by the lawsuit. I don't understand. How are they liable for something a crazy man did?
Christina Aguilera calls off her November Xperience Las Vegas comebackThe singing star was desperate to return to the stage before the end of the year but after coronavirus infection rates continue to climb, she says safety must come first
Nevada AG threatens to prosecute over voter intimidationNevada AG Aaron Ford reacts to Pres. Trump urging supporters to 'go into the polls and watch': 'Donald Trump has proven his pension for trying to encourage illegality, including having people trying to vote twice. I'll prosecute for that.' Who else is irritated by the attitude from Stephanie Ruhl with the question “so what are you going to do” 😡😡 And in the interest off a fair election that doesn't drag on for months, so should EVERY other state AG, regardless of their political loyalties. I can't believe even the HypocriteGOP wants to endure the kind of economic and international upheaval that would incur.