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What to watch for when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate

The most telling moments in presidential debates often come out of the blue — an offhand remark or unrehearsed gesture that helps to reveal the essence of a candidate who’s already been poked, prodded and inspected for years.
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How to watch the first Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump presidential debate tonight

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump face off tonight at Hofstra University in New York for the first presidential debate. Here’s where to find it.

Climate change becoming increasingly visible campaign issue in Nevada

Environmental groups have pumped more than $3 million into elections in Nevada, investing money into ads and a ground game that will get canvassers and volunteers out knocking on doors from Las Vegas to Northern Nevada.

Modern rickshaws still could join downtown Las Vegas scene

Some downtown Las Vegas business owners are still unsure about pedicabs or rickshaws sharing downtown city streets with other modes of transportation.

Tarkanian proposes CD3 debate; Rosen campaign calls it a ‘sham’

Danny Tarkanian’s campaign has proposed a televised debate to opponent Jacky Rosen in the 3rd Congressional District race, one that Rosen campaign manager is calling a “sham.”

UNLV opens lottery for student tickets to Clinton-Trump debate Oct. 19

UNLV has opened an online ticket lottery registration for students who want to attend the final presidential debate Oct. 19 at the Thomas & Mack Center. The university expects to receive about 75 tickets.

EDITORIAL: Rural health care

With just weeks remaining before Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid retires, he has a chance to help fix a problem that’s victimized thousands of rural seniors — including many in Nevada. The issue is the cost of home medical equipment and supplies.

ROAD WARRIOR: Need a ride around Las Vegas? Rent a bike

A new bicycle sharing program is rolling into downtown Las Vegas, giving tourists and locals a chance to pedal past dive bars, shops and restaurants.

LETTERS: Christmas in September? Aargh!

’Tis not the season to be jolly, ’tis much too early for bells and holly. Let us have Thanksgiving first, then feel free to do your worst.

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