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Sleek casino with Bob Dylan art opening outside nation’s capital

Far from the Las Vegas Strip, MGM Resorts International opens its $1.4 billion MGM National Harbor casino and resort just outside the nation’s capital this week, advertising a gambling floor “bigger than the White House” and an art collection that includes a large welded collage by Bob Dylan.

Prosecutors in Nevada asking for 3 ranching standoff trials

Federal prosecutors want a judge in Nevada to schedule a trio of trials for the 17 defendants jailed on charges stemming from an armed confrontation in April 2014 with U.S. officials over grazing rights near cattleman Cliven Bundy’s ranch.

Andre Ward pulls off decision win over Sergey Kovalev for title

Andre Ward survived a second-round knockdown Saturday night to do just enough to win a narrow decision over Sergey Kovalev in a battle of unbeaten light heavyweights. Ward took Kovalev’s light heavyweight titles in a fight that lived up to its advance billing, winning enough rounds late to eke out a unanimous decision win.

Debate analysis: A promising start, then more of same

When the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump started, it seemed as if it might be the best of the three and certainly Trump’s best. By the end, it was the story of Trump in Campaign 2016 in microcosm, a series of angry exchanges, interruptions, insults that served to undercut the good he might have accomplished earlier.

NFL notebook: Broncos coach Gary Kubiak returns from week hiatus

Gary Kubiak, 55, returned to work Monday, a week after his doctor ordered the Broncos’ coach to take time off after he suffered a complex migraine and was hospitalized overnight following Denver’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Oct. 9.

Las Vegas Raiders? Stadium plan passes major vote

A plan to build an NFL stadium in Las Vegas and lure the Raiders from Oakland crossed a major hurdle Thursday when a Nevada oversight committee voted unanimously to recommend $750 million in public funding for the project.

Vegas police paying $200,000 in use-of-force body camera case

LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas police have agreed to pay $200,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a woman who claimed a patrol officer used excessive force during her arrest on suspicion of littering and loitering, officials said. The case came to light when the officer’s body camera provided a differing account of the January 2015 arrest that led to the firing of the officer, Richard Thomas Scavone, and the dismissal of charges against Amanda Vizcarrondo-Ortiz of Los Angeles.