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Letter to the Editor: A World with No Weapons

As an extension of what was printed of ours in the Las Vegas Review-Journal the day after the massacre, enclosed is a broader statement of our 30 years’ long attitude towards weapons and the misery they bring about by death, crippling and the […]

Letter to the Editor: A World with No Weapons

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As an extension of what was printed of ours in the Las Vegas Review-Journal the day after the massacre, enclosed is a broader statement of our 30 years’ long attitude towards weapons and the misery they bring about by death, crippling and the […]

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Falsified Mandalay Bay security report led to controversy

This week’s battle of the six minutes between the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and MGM Resorts International, the owner of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, was an ever-changing story

Las Vegas Sheriff Lombardo says, ‘no conspiracy’

One day after MGM Resorts International released a statement refuting the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s latest timeline in the shooting, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo took no questions

A checklist for Project Homeless Connect

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Mandalay Bay didn’t report gunfire immediately

Mandalay Bay Hotel officials didn’t notify police about the shooting in the hallway until after the gunman opened fire on the crowd, according to the Associated Press. They were informed

Las Vegas Police were unsure if gunman was still inside room

“We need to pop this and see if we get any type of response from this guy, to see if he’s in here or he’s actually moved out somewhere

Art Therapy: Humanity found in the most desolate circumstances

“Coffee house,” a 1944 sketch by Dutch artist Josef Spier — who was interned at the Theresienstadt Ghetto — is on prominent display at Beit Terezin. On the last Sunday

Former Navy Seal: Las Vegas gunman’s room was not a contained situation

Former U.S. Navy Seal and author, Matt Bracken, who served on Seal Team 2 and Seal Team 4 told the Baltimore Post-Examiner on Wednesday that he disagreed with the

Second Mandalay Bay employee on floor during shooting speaks

One day after MGM Resorts International, the owners of the Mandalay Bay, disputed the new timeline put out by the police, conveniently a hotel employee spoke to the media,

Kirwan Commission calls for universal pre-kindergarten

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Kirwan Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education on Thursday will continue hashing out its recommendations for improving Maryland public schools and revising the funding formulas

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