A progressive political group that called this month for a federal investigation of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson retracted several of its statements Tuesday and apologized to the billionaire casino owner.
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Scammers are creating even more conniving ways to perpetrate money scams. And in 2016, the use of microchip credit and debit cards — as well as the 2016 presidential elections — might provide new channels for scammers to manipulate unsuspecting citizens.
Nevada's jobless rate continued to slide in October. The unemployment rate dipped to 6.6 percent, down from 6.7 percent in September and 7.2 percent in October 2014, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
Years ago, I asked my extended family to put an end to our annual holiday gift exchange — but not because I’m a Grinch. In fact, I love getting presents. But I didn't like how we were having to spend time and money buying gifts for each other that we really didn't need or, in some cases, want.
Amazon said Wednesday that it will start offering its holiday deals on Nov. 20 -- a full week ahead of Black Friday.
If Brian Sandoval ever gets tired of his gubernatorial gig, he can easily line up a job promoting the state of Nevada.
Contracted drivers for ride-hailing companies will be required to have Clark County business licenses to operate and their companies will be required to provide a monthly report listing who they are.
The Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday sold about 261 acres in 22 parcels for $32.6 million during a competitive public land sale.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air will say aloha to Hawaii and end its nonstop service between the U.S. mainland and Honolulu in August.
Treasure Island will turn over the second and third floors of its recently completed 40,000 square-foot retail area along the Strip to an exhibition company that will create attractions based on Marvel Comics' The Avengers and Hasbro's Transformers, offering customers interactive, theme parklike experiences.
A high-profile office building on the western side of Las Vegas has changed hands.
The debate that DraftKings and FanDuel never wanted is taking place.
In a gaming pantheon bejeweled with mega-resorts, the Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino won't set records. But it remains an important development for the city of Las Vegas.
Ikea may have revolutionized shopping for flat pack furniture, but oh, all that walking and those long lines. Not to mention the parking lots.
Nevada Tourism Commission members got their first look at the state's newest tourism marketing campaign Monday, applauding a new approach that focuses more on experiencing the adventures visitors can have in the state than beautiful landscapes of Lake Tahoe or the Valley of Fire.
The most talented cowboys in the country are returning to Las Vegas in two weeks and this time they're going to make a lot more money at the National Finals Rodeo.
Yes, that may have been a business jet you saw on Swenson Street in the early-morning hours over the weekend.
When Haggen announced in early October that Smart & Final bid on its store at Trails Village Center in Summerlin, many thought that would be a good choice to fill the vacuum in the shopping center.
Southern Nevadans will get a break on their monthly electricity bills beginning in January.
A New York state judge denied a temporary restraining order sought by daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel in an effort to keep operating in the state after New York's attorney general deemed the games to be illegal gambling.
Car buyers now owe $1 trillion on their car loans, the first time they've ever owed that much.
Illinois-based investment group Z Capital, the largest shareholder in casino operator Affinity Gaming, has made its fourth offer in the past two years to acquire the Las Vegas-headquartered company in a deal valued at $700 million.
Casino operator Penn National Gaming said it received notice from the Nasdaq that it is not in compliance with listing rules, an announcement the company anticipated.