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February 22, 2017

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E-sports enthusiasts get boost with Neonopolis arena
Gamers are about to get the major league treatment with the addition of a state-of-the-art facility downtown aimed at showcasing the best in the e-sports world. Millennial Esports in Neonopolis is set to open a 15,000-square-foot e-sports arena on March 3 with a three-day Halo tournament. ...
Anti-Semitic incident reports also on the rise locally
Jolie Brislin, Nevada regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, said Metro Police and the Clark County School District Police Department have been prompt in their responses to reported incidents, and the three organizations recently participated in a forum to educate the public on bullying and what actions can be taken.
Human contribution to climate change is clear
Global warming skepticism is a sign of blatant illiteracy. ...
Pence, Mattis do Trump no favors on foreign policy
McCain’s characterization of disarray is much too charitable. With Trump too busy attacking his critics and Bannon evidently in charge, the administration is incapable of developing a coherent foreign policy supportive of traditional allies. It is much better at pushing the Trump brand than promoting the national interest. ...
Trump is mesmerizing, in a bad way
The majority of American voters who didn’t support Trump used to watch him on TV with a kind of cynical amusement as he bragged about fake election results and crowd sizes. Now every time it happens you can’t help thinking, “Wow, is this guy really unhinged?” ...
Trump has done nothing to deserve citizens’ confidence
The Michael Flynn fiasco was the entirely predictable product of the indiscipline, deceit, incompetence and moral indifference that characterize President Donald Trump’s approach to leadership. ...
Trump, administration proving to be anything but ‘fine-tuned’
Trump’s administration faces two acute, interlocking crises: serious questions about his campaign’s contacts with official and unofficial representatives of the Russian government, which U.S. intelligence agencies believe made concerted efforts to help Trump win the election; and appalling levels of dysfunction in the White House that make self-inflicted wounds the rule rather than the exception. ...