Her book aims to lead readers onto a “path to freedom from ignorance, brainwashing, and misleading marketing” that aims to keep consumers in the dark.
The 2,075-room property closed in May 2015 after 60 years hosting headliners from Liberace to Dean Martin on the northern end of the Strip.
Through Saturday night, 58.5 percent of the competition time on NBC’s prime-time telecasts involved women’s sports, with 41.5 percent devoted to men.
The DJ was fired for playing “Smack My B—- Up” by The Prodigy after Chicago Cubs reliever Aroldis Chapman left the mound against the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday.
An investigation of which 2016 nominee lies more often, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?
The popular 90’s band will perform Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Lafayette police were called to the home about 2:15 p.m. on Saturday for a well-being check.
New Haven Adams Township Fire and EMS Chief John Bennett served 41 years. Josh Hale has been appointed as the department’s new Fire Chief.
Dale R. Schaeffer, 61, of Fremont reportedly failed to report required information to the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office Sex and Violent Offender Registry.
Bentley will bring his Somewhere on a Beach Tour to the Memorial Coliseum on Oct. 13. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Leon-Dre Z. Kyles-Thomas was found shot in the 1300 block of Greene Street near the intersection of Bowser Avenue.
The nation’s transplant network is taking a long-awaited step to ease a serious disparity: Where you live affects whether you get a timely liver transplant or die waiting.
In many states, including Ohio, Maine, West Virginia and New Jersey, authorities grappling with an alarming surge in opioid abuse are filing homicide, involuntary manslaughter or related charges against dealers.
About 7,000 students are beginning their first day of classes Monday.
More than 30,000 students in Fort Wayne Community Schools are going to their first day of classes Monday.
The federal government declared a major disaster in the state.
The reports, which led to some frightening moments for fliers Sunday night, were later determined to be unfounded and the airport was given the all-clear.
Some two dozen officers in riot gear confronted a group who were throwing rocks and other objects at police near where the black man was fatally shot a day earlier.
Twisting and flipping through the air with explosive precision, Biles easily captured gold in the women’s vault final on Sunday. Her two-vault average of 15.966 was more than .7 better than silver medalist Maria Paseka of Russia and bronze medalist Giulia Steingruber of Switzerland. The margin between first and second was greater than second and eighth, a symbol of the canyon Biles created between herself and her peers.
Bolt’s swan song in the Olympic 100 meters Sunday night was a no-doubter — a pedestrian-by-his-standards 9.81-second sprint down the straightaway, but not so slow that he couldn’t take time to point at his own chest with his thumb a step before he crossed the finish line.
It happened just after 10 p.m. in the 1900 block of River Run Trail, in the Woodbridge Apartments complex.
Whitko shooter Amy Hurd took home top marks from the NASP/IBO Outdoor Shooting Championship this weekend.
TinCaps outfielder Alan Garcia joins us for TinCaps on the Clock.