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Archive for September 11, 2007

LOOKING IN ON: ENTERTAINMENT
Slide guitarist Roy Rogers & the Delta Rhythm Kings headline the Station Casino s' blues series this week.
7:28 a.m.
This is partying like a rock star? You want significance? How about this: in the fifth stuttering year of an unpopular war, as ice caps melt and millions of children go without ponies of their very ow
On the Palms casino floor on Sunday afternoon, under a sign for Fort Knox slots, were a bunch of beery drunks. This was as close as they were going to get to the wild, debauched ...
7:28 a.m.
Here they go again, the only folks who can make Harry Reid look restrained...
Here they go again, the only folks who can make Harry Reid look restrained. MoveOn.org, the geniuses who helped squelch that Fox News debate here, have made even Reid blush with an ad in Monday's ...
7:28 a.m.
Letter: When our war's enemies become the victims
The war on terrorism, much like the war on drugs, is a thorn in the side of law-abiding citizens of the world . Both situations have been a negative component for centuries, but it took ...
7:28 a.m.
Editorial: Errors linger on watch list
A report released last week by Justice Department Inspector General Glenn Fine says the Terrorist Screening Center, an agency run by the FBI that is in charge of the list, is "unable to ensure that ...
7:27 a.m.
Editorial: Another perspective
In September 2004, while he was driving the lead Humvee on a mission against insurgents in Iraq's Al Anbar province, an explosive nearly took his life.
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Editorial: Remembering 9/11
On a day we should be honoring the dead with our strong fight against terrorism, Americans are deeply rooted in a war that has little to do with the fight. And the Bush administration is ...
7:27 a.m.
Letter: Mayor's remarks not helping Vegas at all
The reason the mayor didn't like it? Because Herbert quoted him out of context and neglected to add that Goodman told him that the idea was not on the table because Las Vegas residents "weren't ...
7:27 a.m.
Letter: Special interests are thoroughly in control
I agree with both of them. With their "guidance," we have been duped into believing one or the other, and both are truly sorry representatives of what is in the best interest of Americans. Today ...
7:27 a.m.
Letter: Why we need to do whatever it takes
Not to belittle any of the victims of 9/11, but here we have more victims. Are we, as a conscientious society, to walk away and say that the dead and wounded, who far outnumber those ...
7:27 a.m.
Whatever Petraeus says today, Biden sees a failed war
No matter what Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker say at the long-awaited Senate hearing today on Iraq policy, the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee has deemed their strategy a failure.
7:26 a.m.
looking in on: suburbs
Ruth Bryant White calls herself a presidential candidate from Henderson.
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This is a stickup: Give me your Web site or else ...
Call it a modern interpretation of a classic hustle: Rather than stick up someone in a dark alley for his wallet, David Scali threatened strangers via e-mail for their Web sites.
7:26 a.m.
CORRECTION
CORRECTION
7:26 a.m.
Good news, bad news: New school buses breaking down
ILLUSTRATION BY CHRIS MORRIS
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Gibbons stokes coal-fired plants
The state's Environmental Protection Division has the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, but environmentalists say pressure from Gov. Jim Gibbons to permit three coal-fired power plants before year-end will preempt it from weighing in.
7:25 a.m.
The shifting prism of war
Just before Army Gen. David Petraeus testified Monday on the troop surge in Iraq, Nevada Rep. Jon Porter slipped into one of the audience seats. Rep. Dean Heller watched from an office TV. They have ...
7:25 a.m.

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