New Video Encourages Attacks On Gaming City A new ISIS video is encouraging attacks on Las Vegas and San Francisco.
Why Are You Here If You Believe in the Taliban?Heidi Harris discusses the Orlando shooting and how the country can come together to support families and friends of those who lost loved ones, as well as how the country can prevent future attacks.
Las Vegas Police Promise More Officers on Strip, at ClubsPolice in Las Vegas say they're putting more officers on the Strip and around nightspots, following the deadly shooting at a club in Orlando, Florida.
NOW Apple wants the FBI's help? Sure.
Let's Call It What It Is: There Is No War On Terror
Super Bowl Could Be Canceled If Congress Doesn't Renew Terrorism LawThe Super Bowl and other high profile sporting events might be in peril if a law sharing terrorism insurance costs isn't renewed by the end of the year.
House Denies Anti-Terrorism Funds For Las VegasAn amendment to help restore federal funding for homeland security in Las Vegas and other cities has failed to win passage.
Horsford Seeks More Anti-Terrorism FundsCongressman Steven Horsford says he’ll work to get more federal anti-terrorism funding for the Las Vegas Valley.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 04/30/13: Online Gambling, Police Shooting, And Personal FreedomsToday, Ultimate Poker (Ultimatepoker.com) became the first legal online gaming website in the United States.
Clark County Appeals Reduced Homeland Security FundingLas Vegas-area elected officials are calling for federal funding administrators to reconsider the ranking the Clark County area is set to receive in a Homeland Security funding formula.
Vegas-Area Officials Fighting For Terrorism FundsLas Vegas-area elected officials are calling for federal funding administrators to reconsider the ranking the Clark County area is set to receive in a Homeland Security funding formula.
Presidential Debate Co-Chair: The 'One Mistake' Was Crowley Moderating DebateOne of the co-chairs who oversaw the most recent presidential debates said that selecting CNN’s Candy Crowley to moderate one of the debates was a mistake.