Like many US states, Nevada was struggling to test residents when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Eventually, help did arrive — from an AI company in the UAE.
For hundreds of years, beavers "kept North America hydrated," says environmental author Ben Goldfarb. Now, some farmers, ranchers and land managers are advocating that we let them do their job again.
Behind the scenes, ahead of a day of action, young undocumented immigrants assign roles and prepare to risk arrest to remind Congress they are still active.
The fastest growing demographic in Las Vegas is Asian Americans. More specifically, Filipino Americans, who have made their mark on the city's sprawling entertainment scene.
Many of us struggle with getting the proper amount of sleep. Will any of the latest devices actually help in that collective effort?
From Nevada to the Navajo Nation and on to the islands of the Pacific, certain communities have been asked to shoulder a disproportionate share of the cost to build and maintain nuclear weapons.
“We never have really figured out how to make the idea of the horse as a symbol of freedom, and the practical biology of protecting and yet limiting this horse, work,” says author David Philipps.
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's girlfriend returned to the United States and was met by FBI agents eager to hear whatever she might know about the motive behind the worst mass shooting in US history which left 58 people dead and more than 500 wounded.
Experts say if no evidence emerges, ISIS will have “blown a mile-wide hole in their credibility.”
Dozens were killed and hundreds more were wounded when a 64-year-old Nevada resident opened fire on a country music concert in Las Vegas on Sunday.