Opinion

Why development at arroyo is a bad idea
Why development at arroyo is a bad idea
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Guest column:
The storm began when Yohan Lowie bought the now-defunct Badlands Golf Course in November 2015 and brought his first development proposals to City Hall …
'Disgraceful': Trump blasted by both parties after Putin meeting
'Disgraceful': Trump blasted by both parties after Putin meeting
Monday, July 16, 2018
After declining to endorse U.S. intelligence agencies’ conclusion that Russia meddled in the 2016 election, President Donald Trump drew condemnation this morning from Republicans and Democrats. Here is a sampling of ...
Killing international entrepreneur rule would be bad for US, Nevada
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Sun editorial:
The Trump administration’s irrationality on immigration policy could soon hurt Las Vegas and the American economy at large in a new and profound way. The blow would come if the Department of Homeland Security follows expectations and kills …
Protecting your online ‘crop’ of information
Monday, July 9, 2018
GUEST COLUMN:
Think of data like an apple, and your systems and networks like an orchard. You grow, cultivate and harvest the apples, which are then processed into end products or services. And just as farmers must protect their orchards from thieves, blights, pests and disasters, you must protect your data. Protecting your “orchard” of data is cybersecurity.
Photo: Isaira Diaz holds a sign reading
Trump protest shows political engagement is on the rise in Las Vegas
Saturday, June 23, 2018
ANALYSIS:
When Donald Trump got elected, Sandy Huggard got off the sidelines. The lifelong Las Vegas resident, who was among several hundred people who protested Trump’s visit to the city today, said she had stepped away from political activism in recent years but became re-engaged in outrage over ...
Laxalt takes self-serving approach to Republican primary
Laxalt takes self-serving approach to Republican primary
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Sun Editorial:
Short of being spotted in a “Dump Trump” T-shirt at a rally of Planned Parenthood supporters, Adam Laxalt is likely to be the Republican candidate for governor on the November ballot. So why would ...
Brian Greenspun: We must restore checks and balances
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Where I Stand:
Who in the Republican Party has dared to challenge the president when he lies, bullies, denigrates and deceives the American people?
Tale of the Golden Knights may be the greatest sports story ever told
Tale of the Golden Knights may be the greatest sports story ever told
Monday, May 28, 2018
EDITORIAL:
Just making the promise was enough. By delivering on it so generously and thrillingly, the Vegas Golden Knights have earned more thanks from Las Vegas than can possibly be expressed by words.
This city’s rally cry: Go Knights, go!
Sunday, May 27, 2018
WHERE I STAND:
I am putting important matters on ice for a while.
Photo: Participants in a 2015 congressional tour of Yucca
Las Vegas business leaders to House: We stand firm against Yucca Mountain
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
OPINION:
As the U.S. House prepares to hold a vote Thursday on a resolution that would restart the licensing process for the proposed national nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Las Vegas business leaders are expressing staunch opposition to ...
Limited net neutrality effort could hurt Nevada Latinos, rural residents
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
GUEST COLUMN:
To thrive, the internet and consumers need congressional legislation that strikes the right balance between an open internet and sparking investment and new innovation that gives every Nevadan the ability to connect to high-speed broadband no matter ...
Photo: Businessman maze
Business owners' exit strategy shouldn't start with a for-sale sign
Monday, April 16, 2018
OPINION:
From the creation of a business, a business owner should be thinking of the exit strategy.
Despite recent drama, prognosis is optimistic for UNLV med school
Despite recent drama, prognosis is optimistic for UNLV med school
Friday, April 13, 2018
Sun editorial:
This is exactly what an urban, public university should be doing: welcoming talented students from all backgrounds inside, and showing ...
Building a better education in the post-recession world
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Q+A:
While job prospects have improved for many Americans since the recession, Martha Ross says the recovery hasn’t been so kind to those who …
Amodei, the teen and the F-word: Answers to 5 burning questions
Amodei, the teen and the F-word: Answers to 5 burning questions
Thursday, March 29, 2018
ANALYSIS:
In the days it was first reported that U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei's office reported a Reno high school student who used coarse language in a phone call, more details have become clear ...