Toward the end of 2018, Adam Serwer wrote a piece for The Atlantic that has since become a definitive assessment of the Trump era: The Cruelty Is the Point.
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Documents reveal, a sophisticated information war kept dangerous seeds on the market.
The government has routinely lied about the progress it has made in its 18-year Afghanistan war and reconstruction efforts.
The trial date for a Fordyce, Nebraska, man accused of stabbing and critically wounding another man is being pushed back.
There will be at least two new faces on the Yankton City Commission come this spring.
The Madison County sheriff’s office in Nebraska is warning the public of a man falsely claiming to be a deputy.
South Dakota lawmakers are considering a ban of a number of flavors of vaping products in order to curb usage among teens.
A new survey of bankers suggests the economy is growing in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states, including Nebraska and South Dakota.
Valley Police Officer Receives Medal of Valor
Lt. Andy Simmons served in the Navy
It’s always interesting when Silver State politics intersects with the gaming industry.
Something wasn’t right with the Rhino.
What happens here …
The Iranians entered Honduras illegally and were heading north to the United States
In many ways, Alyssa Canning is a typical teenager. The 16-year-old Las Vegas resident likes doing yoga, listening to music and playing with her chihauhau, Lexy.
The City of Bearden is under a boil order until further notice due to a major water leak.
Oklahoma man arrested on felony drug charges during traffic stop in Franklin County
Big Tech is worth over $5 trillion now that Alphabet has joined the four comma club
Las Vegas’ rent growth let off the gas in the apartment market last year as vacancies ticked higher, a new report shows.
McCarran International Airport and surrounding airports were responsible for $35 billion in economic output in Clark County in 2018, officials say.
Prototypes can enhance your vision or show you your schedule—right from the surface of your eyes.
This week was Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s final State of the City address. In the podcast, hosts Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby picked up on two major points from the speech.
Homelessness is staking out a case as the issue that will define 2020 in California.
No mail or trash pickup on Monday
Registration now open for spring semester classes.
Las Vegas’ foreclosure rate was above the national average in 2019 but fell to its lowest point in years, a new report shows.
In 70 degrees weather with a sunny sky, tennis players take positions on a hard smooth court to face their opponents. — Tennis Coach Talks Basics
Town Hall to be held at VFW Post 577 in Tulsa
A Southeast Kansas Specialty Crops Workshop is scheduled for Saturday, February 15, 2020, in Burlington at the Coffey County Fairgrounds 4-H Building, 110 S 6th Street from 8:30 am to 4 pm.
Cloud County Community College’s Black Student Union will be host to an event on Thursday, Jan. 23, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s budget wish list is long: boosting spending on higher education, public safety and human services.
Final action on Grandma’s House in Fordyce, could come at the start of February.
HopePlace Fordyce is hosting a Sanctity of Human Life March and Awareness Gathering this Sunday, January 19 from 3:00 – 4:30pm.
The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Department released its 2019 year-end crime statistics this week.
Another new Clark County School District zoning plan is drawing the ire of staff and parents who say it spells disaster for the district’s only teacher development school.
The U.S. Senate takes formal steps on Thursday to consider the removal of U.S. President Donald Trump on charges that he abused his power, even as key issues such as whether witnesses will appear at his impeachment trial remain up in the air.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer promised to continue to focus on addressing the city’s homelessness and housing crises in his final State of the City address on Wednesday night.
For years the owners of Ashford University – a beleaguered for-profit college accused of high-pressure enrollment practices and poor performance – have been working to assuage concerns about the online school’s practices.
Councilwoman Barbara Bry’s adamant opposition to a federal strategy for combating homelessness represents a dramatic reversal from her position throughout her time in local government – until recently.
Until sometime last year, City Councilwoman Barbara Bry described herself as a champion of the so-called housing first strategy to tackle homelessness.
Man wanted on multiple felony warrants in Franklin County