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If only every history lesson could be like this.
BuzzFeed News takes a look at the initiatives voters across the country will decide on Nov. 4 — and whether the referendums have a chance of passing.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
Nevada county clerks began issuing marriage licenses Thursday afternoon, and the first Las Vegas weddings took place Thursday night.
“[T]he court hereby permanently enjoins the state of Nevada … from enforcing any constitutional provision, statute, regulation or policy preventing otherwise qualified same-sex couples from marrying ….”
Update: Following a morning order stopping same-sex couples from marrying in Idaho and Nevada, a second order from the justice only puts the Idaho ruling on hold.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is the fifth federal appeals court to hear arguments on same-sex couples’ marriage rights this year.
The drone video of the festival held yearly in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada was uploaded to YouTube by Fest 300 on Friday.
Video from southern Nevada shows the effects of a powerful Monday afternoon storm.
“Cliven Bundy is wondering about the black community,” says Cliven Bundy.
A dispute over a Nevada rancher’s grazing rights this week led to the shutdown of a portion of the I-15 Saturday.
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After going missing for two days, James Glanton, Christina MacIntee, and the four children they were with were found by a search team of over 200 people.
Fierce weather has prompted flooding in California, stranded dozens of drivers in Nevada, caused hundreds of car crashes in Arizona, and brought snow to northern New Mexico.
Developing story: Police have confirmed that a teacher and the gunman were shot and killed. According to reports, the teacher was in the military.
You’ve heard much about the notoriously liberated festival, but what do you actually do there on a typical day?
Rising fuel costs, a sluggish economy, and the internet are all threatening Nevada’s “houses of ill fame.” Most Nevadans say they believe brothels should be legal in their state.
Urban legend maintains that in 1947 a UFO landed in Roswell, New Mexico and was taken to Area 51 for analysis. Since then the top-secret government test site has been the subject of conspiracy theories regarding alien lifeforms, and today the government acknowledged its existence.
In denying appeals in 10 gay-rights cases, the high court clears its docket — and deals a loss to the Arizona governor. The Arizona law ending domestic partner benefits has been called discriminatory — and is on hold for now — but Brewer says the case is simply about the state budget.
How a legal Nevada prostitute quotes her prices, pays her taxes, and manages to never fake it. Without ever breaking a state law.
During the course of the debate, Nevada Sen. Kelvin Atkinson told his colleagues — and the world — that he is gay. Monday’s vote was the first step in a long process.
But it’s not blood! Just gallons and gallons of wasted ketchup! Phew! But also, very sad because wasted ketchup.
LOLcats go all prehistoric in Las Vegas Wash.
Coalition opposed to marriage equality asks Supreme Court to resolve whether the U.S. Constitution “requires Nevada to change its definition of marriage from the union of a man and a woman to the union of two persons.” Case comes on heels of several others awaiting action by the court.
Ruling comes on eve of Supreme Court conference to decide whether it will hear any cases dealing with same-sex couples’ marriage rights in the coming year.
The Senate Majority Leader’s hospitalization follows multi-car crash in Las Vegas.
He actually hasn’t said this before.
Laid-back days in the desert led to the first real crisis of the president’s re-election campaign. Behind the scenes at debate prep in Las Vegas.
Putting the “burn” back in Burning Man.