The top four in The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll remained unchanged for the third straight week. The rest of the poll, however, underwent major changes after three top-10 teams lost.
CBS said Sunday that its news division president, David Rhodes, is stepping down following a troubled year that saw morning anchor Charlie Rose and the top executive at “60 Minutes” lose their jobs following misconduct reports, and is being replaced by veteran producer Susan Zirinsky.
“Aquaman” is still the champ at the box office three weeks in, but the high-concept thriller “Escape Room” also drew some substantial crowds in its debut weekend.
U.S. troops will not leave northeastern Syria until Islamic State militants are defeated and American-alliedKurdish fighters are protected, a top White House aide said Sunday, signaling a pause to a withdrawal abruptly announcedlast month and initially expected to be completed within weeks.
Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 137 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, and the Dallas Cowboys hung on for a 24-22 wild-card win over the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday night.
Incoming governor Steve Sisolak has promised dramatic increases in spending without raising taxes. While it’s doubtful he will be able to fulfill all his campaign promises, he should be eager to eliminate wasteful spending programs. Near the top of that list is Nevada’s film-tax credit program.
The year 2018 was another one for the record books for The Howard Hughes Corp. and its Summerlin master-planned community with a number of milestone developments that include a continuing focus on sports and business, strong home sales that placed Summerlin among the nation’s top five best-selling MPCs for 2018; and the addition of new […]
Despite signs of a pullback in Las Vegas’ housing market, four local communities were in the top 25 nationally for builders’ sales last year.