The group, founded in 1754, publishes more than 40 in-depth reports a year that inform public policy and academia. It also organizes academic lectures and social events for its fellows.
Ursula K. Le Guin, the award-winning and best-selling science fiction writer who explored feminist themes and was best known for her Earthsea books, has died at 88.
More than 60,000 people are expected to gather this week in Las Vegas for the world’s largest firearms industry expo.
Race and sports book director Johnny Avello has again handicapped the race for the Academy Awards.
Tuesday’s groundbreaking for a new Albertsons grocery store ended years of waiting for several parties
“We live in a 24-hour town. If mom comes home at midnight from her shift at Caesars and finds her child in crisis, the cops may not get there until 12:30 (a.m.),” he said. “We’ve got ourselves a potential customer instead of them being in jail.”
Sebastian Crawford, 17, a senior at Rancho High School in North Las Vegas, recently became the only student in Nevada and one of just 106 nationally to earn a $25,000 Horatio Alger scholarship.