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August 29, 2015

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Photo: Bettors stand in line to make their wagers at the
Will court ruling on N.J. gaming stop spread of legal sports books? Don’t bet on it
Efforts to open legal sports books outside Nevada suffered a major setback Tuesday when a federal appeals court denied New Jersey’s attempt to bring betting on athletics to its ...
Photo: Patricia and Conrad Davillier stand in east Las Ve
Las Vegas couple reflect on decade in exile from Hurricane Katrina
When the television meteorologist caught his attention, Conrad Davillier was fastening his tie for Sunday Mass at his home in Diamondhead, Miss., about an hour northeast of ...
Trump’s immigration ‘plan’ is rooted in failure
Viewed through the lens of America’s civil rights history, Donald Trump’s new call to repeal birthright citizenship chimes with an ominous ring.
Trump struts in his own pageant
As Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush get more testy, Donald Trump gets more chesty. And more blond.
American Jews should stand up for Iran deal
This month, Roland Moskowitz, a Cleveland physician, and Sandra Lippy, a retired health care executive of Boca Raton, Fla., got on the line with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel. As two people who have been active in major Jewish organizations, they were among thousands of American Jews invited to listen to a webcast whose message was: Oppose the Iran nuclear deal.
Autism Speaks must listen more to people most affected by disorder
For a couple of decades now, Americans have been engaged in a wide-ranging and often heated conversation about autism. About what causes it, whether there’s more of it than there used to be, and whether it can be cured. About whether autism is a disorder, a disability or a different way of being. About whether the condition is overdiagnosed or underdiagnosed, and which early interventions are most helpful for children.
Photo: Mark Brandenburg, president and co-owner of the Go
Golden Gate President Mark Brandenburg: Five gems at Las Vegas’ original casino hotel
It’s difficult to believe that in 2016, we will celebrate Golden Gate’s 110th anniversary. That's right: Our doors opened at 1 Fremont St. in 1906 when there were no neon lights overhead, definitely no Slotzilla and not even a paved street.
Photo: Celine Dion's opening night at The Colosseum at Ca
Remembering J.T.’s welcome of Celine in ’02; Franky Perez gets his Earls all mixed up
Timberlake met Celine backstage that night, took one look around the lavishly appointed quarters and bellowed, “This dressing room is nicer than my first house!"

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