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For nine days, Black Rock City, Nevada, is overtaken by 70,000 people to become Burning Man, one of the wildest art events in the world. Here's a look inside.
Everything you’ve been wanting to know about Burning Man, the wild 9-day arts event in the Nevada desert frequented by celebs and tech moguls
Burning Man, an annual arts event in the Nevada desert, includes spontaneous musical performances, dancing, art installations, communal living, and a lot of partying. No money is allowed to be exchanged, so attendees — or "Burners" — must bring everything they might need for nine days in the desert.
This year's Burning Man begins on August 26. Before 70,000 people gather on the "playa" for the festival, take a look at some of the most expensive art installations at Burning Man.
Danish architects Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange launched an Indiegogo fundraiser to crowdsource $50,000 for the project. The Orb is meant to help Burning Man attendees navigate the Black Rock Desert.
Many place names are pronounced differently by locals and outsiders. There's no better way to give yourself away as an outsider than by mispronouncing places like New Orleans, Oregon, and Detroit.
A Republican member of Congress said House Speaker Paul Ryan will resign and be replaced by Majority Whip Steve Scalise on Monday.
Trump gave an endorsement in a hotly contested Nevada primary, marking the third time he's waded into a contentious Republican primary since late last year.
Far-right candidate Danny Tarkanian switched races to let a Republican senator run unopposed at Trump’s request
At Trump's request, GOP Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian will switch races to run for the House in Nevada, ending his primary challenge against Dean Heller,
A photographer who spent 5 years at Nevada’s brothels found legal prostitution was nothing like what he thought
Prostitution is legal in Nevada in most counties. The photographer Marc McAndrews spent years visiting brothels to see what life as a sex worker is really like.
Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen of Nevada said Saturday he will not seek re-election after facing multiple sexual misconduct allegations.