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Archive for October 14, 2006

Future stars get superstar treat
What: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Phoenix Suns
8:02 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Oct 14, 2006
Ordinarily, this might be a dog-bites-man story. But Oscar Goodman is no ordinary mayor. On Friday Goodman, a Democratic mayor, endorsed Dina Titus, a Democratic state senator seeking the state's highest office. I know what ...
8:02 a.m.
Editorial: Giving consumers credit
The report released Wednesday by the Government Accountability Office, the investigating arm of Congress, says that credit cards have evolved from having fixed rates around 20 percent and few fees, to cards that can charge ...
8:02 a.m.
Editorial: Clearing the air
This new diesel fuel has just 3 percent of the sulfur content of older diesel fuels. Sulfur - like the lead that was removed from most fuels in the 1970s - contributes to air pollution ...
8:01 a.m.
Editorial: Melting pot boiling over
The drawing is a poor and unsupported reaction to a rash of robberies targeting Mexicans. In a story in Sunday's Las Vegas Sun, Timothy Pratt reported that Metro Police have yet to analyze all of ...
8:01 a.m.
Letter: Voters can pull America out of this mess
We see the "all about oil" invasion of Iraq - a country having nothing to do with Sept. 11 - costing the lives of our courageous troops as well as thousands of innocent civilians and ...
8:01 a.m.
Letter: Banks not above immigration laws
What guarantee is offered through photo cards against persons using an unproven name, address and any other information as prepared by a foreign consulate - as noted by Bill Martin in Wednesday's Las Vegas Sun?
8:01 a.m.
Letter: Bush economy is nothing to brag about
Bush points to his tax cuts as the reason that the deficit is smaller than forecasted. The tax cut and his throwing money at an unjust war in Iraq are at the core of his ...
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UNLV scandals occupy much of regents' agenda
The cleanup continues.
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Departure reduces race to a blip on the political radar
When the most interesting thing about a political campaign involves a candidate who chose not to run, it's safe to say that the race doesn't exactly rank up there with Lincoln-Douglas.
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A dry land looks to El Nino for a sloshy winter
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the sun is shining, warming the surface of the sea more than in an average year. Thousands of miles to the east, that warmer-than-average ocean is helping to ...
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