The 64th Grammy Awards will return with a new Las Vegas home.
The suspect or suspects fled the scene, and police are still looking for them.
Sen. Chris Murphy, Democrat from Connecticut, said on “The Takeout” podcast that he disagrees with his colleague, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, who said this week that no law would have stopped the Las Vegas gunman. “The Takeout” host Major Garrett joins “Red & Blue” to preview the episode.
The gaming board identified Robert Taylor after two weeks of checking surveillance video, interviewing witnesses and reviewing ride-sharing data.
The economic fallout from COVID-19 hit Las Vegas harder than any other major city in the nation, devastating households far from the famous Strip. Though the lights are flickering on once again, uncertainty still looms. This episode of CBS Reports reveals how some Las Vegas workers are navigating a tough new reality with no end […]
Arnette was cut from the Las Vegas Raiders in November over a video in which he allegedly threatened to kill someone.
Harvey Mason Jr., the CEO of the Recording Academy, joins CBS News’ Tanya Rivero and Jericka Duncan to discuss plans for the 2022 Grammy Awards in Las Vegas this April, including dealing with a postponement and some of the changes that are expected this year.
The 15-time Grammy award-winner sobbed in an Instagram video announcing the postponement, blaming COVID and delivery delays.