Las Vegas to open a Mob Museum

Feb 3, 2012
Set to open on Feb. 14, the new attraction will feature cool mafia things like John Gotti's suit and machine gun simulators.

Zappos CEO gambles on reviving downtown Las Vegas

Feb 3, 2012
Tony Hsieh is spending $350 million of his own money to revitalize downtown Las Vegas. He discusses why he's moving his company's headquarters there and what he hopes to achieve.

Foreclosed: The housing crisis in Las Vegas

Feb 3, 2012
Las Vegas currently holds the title for the city with the highest number of foreclosures in the country. Here, an inside look at the way people are dealing with this crisis.

Stuck in Vegas: The Nevada housing market

Feb 3, 2012
The housing bust and recession have left many Nevada families with little room to move.

What role will Nevada's unions play in the election?

Feb 2, 2012
Nevada's unionized workforce could play a huge role in deciding who wins the swing state come November. Professor Ruben Garcia discusses Nevada's union landscape.

Nevada grads worry about their futures

Feb 2, 2012
College seniors in Nevada have endured budget cuts and tuition hikes. They now face a less-than-promising job market.

The Vegas economy, beyond gambling

Feb 1, 2012
Forget about slot machines and blackjack. Las Vegas visitors are increasingly coming to the city to shop, eat and party at the pool.

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The state of gambling from the head of Caesars

Jan 31, 2012
The head of Caesars Entertainment discusses how casinos are faring in this global economy.

Nevada’s boom and bust economy

Jan 31, 2012
Nevadans have been risk-takers, and sometimes losers, since the days of the Comstock Lode.

More on the state of the gambling industry

Jan 31, 2012
The president and CEO of Caesars Entertainment speaks about where gambling is doing the best now, and where he hopes to expand in the near future.