Gruden made the assertion after his Las Vegas Raiders lost their first game since the revelation of the head coach’s 2011 racial remark about players’ union leader DeMaurice Smith.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder had a heated exchange at the weigh-in before their fight championship fight in Las Vegas.
Fury, 33, is the favorite to win the fight in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Adam Laxalt, Nevada’s former attorney general and close ally of former President Donald Trump, announced his run for U.S. Senate on Tuesday. He’ll look to unseat Democratic incumbent Senator Catherine Cortez Masto. CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano discusses Laxalt’s political background and how the race might shape up with Las Vegas Review Journal columnist Victor Joecks.
It’s part of a growing trend among businesses nationwide. Fans will then be able to attend games without wearing masks – the first policy of its kind in the NFL.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and CISA director Jen Easterly laid out the federal government’s plan to tackle the recent uptick in ransomware attacks earlier this week. The two were keynote speakers at the annual Black Hat USA cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas. CBS News technology reporter Dan Patterson joined CBSN to discuss.
All 50 states reporting increase in infections; Las Vegas weddings surge as tourism ramps back up
As COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to climb nationwide, county officials reinstated an indoor mask mandate for the Las Vegas area exclusively for workers. Federal officials are working on the ground there with local and state volunteers to curb the rise. Lilia Luciano reports.
CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano reports from Las Vegas on why officials in Nevada are reaching out to the federal government for help, as coronavirus hotspots emerge around the country where vaccination rates are low. Then, Dr. Bob Lahita, director of St. Joseph Health’s Institute for Autoimmune and Rheumatic Disease joined CBSN to discuss whether […]
“HEED THESE WARNINGS,” the Las Vegas Weather Service wrote on Twitter. “Do not put yourself, nor first responders in danger this weekend!”