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The alleged link between Takeda’s Actos diabetes drug and bladder cancer continues to hear arguments in the nation’s courts amidst a backdrop of sanctions and chastisements over destroyed
Attorneys in an Actos injury trial have been accused of engaging in misconduct during a civil Actos trial, prompting the judge involved to consider a request to issue punishments to the lawyers.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has selected NewsEngin Ampere as its new content management system for its daily newsroom and its affiliated weekly publications. (PRWEB)
The U.S. courthouse in downtown Las Vegas is being renovated to make way for the Las Vegas Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, city officials said. The Las Vegas Review-Journal said elected officials and former U.S.
Las Vegas gaming revenues declined in April compared to a year earlier, analysts said.
A new series of exhibits at the Lied Discovery Children's Museum in Las Vegas is focused on the subject of bodily excretions, a site official says. Tifferney White, director of education and programs at the museum, said in addition to excretions, Grossology will offer visitors insights into the noises
The rate of decline regarding Las Vegas tourism is slowing, offering hope for businesses in the city facing financial struggles, an expert says. Jeremy Aguero, a principal at the Applied Analysis business advisory firm, said while April tourism figures represented a 2.9 percent drop compared with April 2008, the overall rate of tourism decline is slowing, the Las Vegas Review-Journal said Saturday. The rate at which we're declining is slowing, which is encouraging on all fronts, Aguero said.
THUNDER FROM DOWN UNDER NAMED LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL'S 'BEST' FOR 4th YEAR IN A ROW AND READERS PICK THUNDER 'BEST' TOO! LAS VEGAS, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Australia's hottest export, THUNDER FROM DOWN UNDER was chosen as Best Male Strip Show by both the staff and readers of the Las Vegas Review Journal in the Best of Las Vegas 2009 poll.
Three hundred-forty events were canceled in Las Vegas in the past 90 days, a tourist group said, leaving some to wonder how much to blame the president.
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