Star Trek director J.J. Abrams signed deal a on Thursday to direct Disney's new Star Wars film do in theaters in 2015. Abrams has his second Star Trek film 'Into the Darkness' scheduled for release May 17.
It's been five years in the making from conception to completion and now the $9 billion Las Vegas Strip project City Center is set to open starting December 1 with the building opening following through December 24.
Black Friday strikes Las Vegas with thousands of people heading to outlet malls, department stores, and electronic stores. Fry's Electronics brought in crowds at 5 a.m. with some questionable advertising.
Where do we draw the line today? Is it news or opinion when a news organization take sides and chooses to enter one side of a political spectrum. The Las Vegas Review Journal has been spinning against Senator Reid and he is fighting back now.
The new movie, "The Men Who Stare at Goats," had a lot of potential. However, the final product falls flat, despite a great script. Director Heslov and Editor Riegel have a lack of understanding what comedic tension is all about.
Unemployment is rocking the southwest part of the United States. Meanwhile, corporations like Oracle, that are doing just fine, are canceling conventions in Las Vegas just to keep the perception that they are not doing great in this economy.
The Dalai Lama was in Washington this week meeting with politicians, scientists, and students. Notably missing from the schedule was President Obama who will meet with His Holiness after a November meeting with Chinese leader Hu Jintao.
Two million Americans are facing a termination of unemployment benefits by the end of the year and Senate Democrats are racing to get a proposal done to extend benefits before the clock strikes midnight.