Driving the Day GLENN THRUSH: “Five things to watch in tonight’s last debate”: “Hillary Clinton will be on the defensive … How low will Trump go? … Republicans are a little worried about Chris Wallace...Oh man, Trump could really use Roger Ailes right now … Clinton’s closing argument: Trump is a threat to American democracy.” http://politi.co/2e76fmT MATT NEGRIN, ALEX TROWBRIDGE and GRIFFIN HAMMOND of Bloomberg Politics are doing some of the best video content of the cycle -- hands down. Watch this “Ocean’s Eleven”-style explainer of whether the election can truly be rigged. CAMEOS: Gary Johnson, Charlie Rose, a shirtless Donny Deutsch, Kasie Hunt, Liz Plank, Megan Murphy, Joe Weisenthal, Querry Robinson, Steven Yaccino, Kendall Breitman, TJ Ducklo and Lauren Spurr. Watch the 4-minute video http://bit.ly/2dzFyE6 Story Continued Below NEW -- CLINTON’S FIRST “CLOSING ARGUMENT” AD -- “A Place … [Read more...] about BEHIND THE SCENES in Las Vegas — BREAKING OVERNIGHT: Clinton up 4 in AZ — THE PLAYBOOK INTERVIEW: Wendy Davis — Obama’s CIAO DOWN (h/t Savannah Guthrie) — A.G. SULZBERGER named NYT deputy publisher
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Last Updated Oct 10, 2017 2:11 PM EDT LAS VEGAS -- At least 58 people were killed and another 489 others were injured Sunday after a gunman opened fire at a country music festival in Las Vegas. The identities of victims of the deadliest mass shooting in recent American history began to emerge in the days following the tragic event. Authorities say the 64-year-old gunman, Stephen Paddock, fired from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino at a crowd attending a music festival below. When police entered his hotel room, they discovered Paddock had killed himself. A motive has not yet been determined. President Trump -- who called the shooting an "act of pure evil" -- and first lady Melania Trump visited University Medical Center's trauma center in Las Vegas on Wednesday and met with and consoled some of the survivors of the massacre. They also paid a visit to first responders, whose actions prevented even more casualties. Clark County released a full list of … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Here are the victims of the Las Vegas shooting
Employers are struggling to hire workers in the tightening job market.Marijuana is now legal in nine states and Washington, D.C., meaning more than one in five American adults can eat, drink, smoke or vape as they please. The result is the slow decline of pre-employment drug tests, which for decades had been a requirement for recruits in industries ranging from manufacturing to finance.As of the beginning of 2018, Excellence Health Inc., a Las Vegas health care company with around 6,000 employees, no longer drug tests people coming to work for the pharmaceutical side of the business. The company stopped testing for marijuana two years ago."We don't care what people do in their free time," said Liam Meyer, a company spokesman.The company added a hotline for any workers who might be struggling with drug use."We want to help these people, instead of saying: 'Hey, you can't work for us because you used a substance,' " Meyer said.Last month, AutoNation Inc., the largest U.S. auto dealer, … [Read more...] about Employment drug tests likely to slow
Jason Meyers of Clovis is racing a part-time schedule. Jason Meyers Racing Jason Meyers of Clovis is racing a part-time schedule. Jason Meyers Racing Sports Blast from the past turning heads again on Outlaws sprint car circuit Fresno Bee Staff LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story March 06, 2018 11:20 AM A Clovis driver is the talk of the nation’s leading sprint car series as it invades Tulare this week. Jason Meyers appeared to be turning the clock back with two top-10 finishes as the World of Outlaws stopped in Las Vegas last week on its way to California. He soared to the top of his sport in 2010-11 winning back-to-back Outlaws championships, then abruptly retired to concentrate on raising his family and running his business. Since, he’s run a limited schedule. But his 10th- and seventh-place main event finishes at Las Vegas turned heads. Never miss a local story. Sign up today for a free 30 day … [Read more...] about Blast from the past turning heads again on Outlaws sprint car circuit
Published: Mar 5, 2018, 11:53 am • Updated: Mar 5, 2018, 5:32 pm By Rebecca Greenfield and Jennifer Kaplan, Bloomberg Employers are struggling to hire workers in tightening U.S. job market. Marijuana is now legal in nine states and Washington, D.C., meaning more than one in five American adults can eat, drink, smoke or vape as they please. The result is the slow decline of pre-employment drug tests, which for decades had been a requirement for new recruits in industries ranging from manufacturing to finance. As of the beginning of 2018, Excellence Health Inc., a Las Vegas-based health care company with around 6,000 employees, no longer drug tests people coming to work for the pharmaceutical side of the business. The company stopped testing for marijuana two years ago. “We don’t care what people do in their free time,” said Liam Meyer, a company spokesperson. “We want to help these … [Read more...] about Will legal marijuana kill the employment drug test?