Wednesday’s riot on the United States Capitol was not about the integrity of the vote; it was a violent tantrum of privilege by a ruling class losing its dominance.

Since President Donald Trump was defeated by former Vice President Joe Biden earlier in November — and losing both the House…

The UNLV Boyd School of Law hosted a discussion about the history of Islam in America and the discrimination of Muslims with former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Thursday.

The panel hosted Leila Fadel of NPR along with several Muslim scholars, journalists, lawyers and students for the basis of…

The Nevada Democratic Party faces multiple scandals this year after two resignations and a politician’s rocky return.

State Senate Majority Leader Kevin Atkinson pleaded guilty of misusing campaign funds for personal use and could face up to three years in prison and a $250,000 fine for using campaign contributions to…

People often see the story of what gets recorded during interactions with the police but almost never what goes on after. Families United 4 Justice and The Forced Trajectory Project, among other organizations hope to shed light on this situation.

The group of activists and filmmakers hosted a forum on…

A day meant to celebrate the yearly milestones of UNLV took a somber turn on Wednesday after a racist threatening message was discovered on campus.

Although the shooting threat, which intended to target African American students and supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, was not deemed credible by the FBI and…

There is not a drier topic to discuss when it comes to a changing world than social media’s impact. We all know how things spread like wildfire and can create quotable memes or change the world. Seeing those thinkpieces from 40 year olds just learning how algorithms work or millennial…

With the world in such a constantly dangerous state of affairs, journalists around the world are needed to shine a light on our community’s most troubling or even happiest moments.

Informing the public about events around them, going in depth about complex situations and speaking to new audiences have helped…

A doctorate in geology, a supportive husband and steady job doing what she loved. She still felt life was passing her by until she decided to teach.

Though she liked one thing to have a career, she wanted to have a calling. Teaching environmental science professor at the College of Southern Nevada made her realize that true purpose: making science matter in everyday lives.

The daughter of Greek and Puerto Rican parents, Melissa Giovanni knew teaching was…

Fleeing certain death, Fadi Seepo and his family would leave Baghdad behind in search of a better life.

Although he has lived in Las Vegas for over a decade, Fadi Seepo’s upbringing in Iraq still largely defines him. Growing up in the predominantly Christian area of Dora, the 23-year-old’s extraordinary circumstances in life have only hardened his resolve.

“I left home with nothing but the clothes on my…

Just about everyone with a pulse has an axe to grind with journalists these days. Republicans have been shouting from the rooftops for year about how corrupt the “liberal media” is. Democrats are livid that we give Republicans such free airtime. It is getting harder to convince people that we…

Trey Arline

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