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Archive for October 3, 2006

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BULLS' NORMAN STILL STORMIN'
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UNLV hockey team skating to prominence
What: UNLV vs. Arizona
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Editorial: Follow the money
According to a story in the Las Vegas Sun on Monday, the Nevada Division of Internal Audits shows in one report that the state's prisons are fully staffed only 83 percent of the time.
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Editorial: Reprehensible conduct
The FBI is investigating whether Foley broke any federal laws in the sexually suggestive e-mail exchanges he had with teenage pages dating back to 2003. House Speaker Dennis Hastert, who has asked for a criminal ...
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Letter: Clinton interview exposes Bush's failures
The al-Qaida 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center cost nearly 3,000 American lives. What has President Bush done in response? The Taliban (defenders of al-Qaida) have been overthrown in Afghanistan. Iraq has been invaded ...
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FLASHPOINT for Oct 03, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Oct 03, 2006
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Letter: Detainee bill would sabotage Constitution
Republican supporters of the bill argue that the law, as Rep. Jim Gibbons puts it, ensures "detainee rights" of those arrested under its provisions; other Republicans in Congress, not quoted in the article, argue that ...
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Letter: Pahrump proposal not very practical
This specific proposal raises so many questions, constitutionally and logically. How are they going to enforce all these conditions? Are they going to routinely waste man hours checking out the order of flags in neighborhoods? ...
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Editorial: Damage control sputtering
First, the administration declassified several pages of a report authored last spring by all 16 U.S. intelligence services. This was in response to stories broken by The New York Times and The Washington Post, which ...
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Reid describes living in real world
WASHINGTON - Facing criticism from his own party, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid on Monday defended his decision not to try to block legislation on the treatment and prosecution of military detainees.
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Plans under development to make Sparks a major tourist destination
A Las Vegas-based casino company is waiting in the wings to build a 1,000-room hotel in Sparks, part of a larger project that may qualify for state financial assistance because of its tourism focus.
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Congress deals poker fans a hand they can't bet
Fallout from the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 may land hard on two of Las Vegas' biggest gaming companies, Harrah's Entertainment and MGM Mirage. Each has tapped poker fans who love Internet play ...
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CORRECTION
CORRECTION
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CAMPAIGN AD REALITY CHECK
NEVADA SUPREME COURT RACE
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Roger recalls chance meeting with Higgs
Clark County District Attorney David Roger remembers the first time he saw Chaz Higgs - it was at a campaign event in fall 2002 and Higgs was sitting alone with a scowl on his face.
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Feds failed to inform tribes before pulling water protest
An agreement that swept away federal protests to the Southern Nevada Water Authority's plans to take billions of gallons annually from a rural White Pine County valley is raising objections from American Indians.
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