As the glittering New Year’s Eve ball dropped in Times Square in New York at midnight on Tuesday night, an ad atop the 200-foot-tall LED signage behind it beckoned viewers to visit Las Vegas.
When Las Vegas first unveiled its “What Happens Here, Stays Here” slogan in 2003, it was much easier for tourists to keep their trip under wraps.
A proposed project that would create the largest solar facility in the country is one step closer to breaking ground.
Gas prices down from a month ago and expected to continue to fall going into the New Year.
The SP 500 finished with a gain of 28.9 percent for the year, its best annual performance since 2013, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 22.3 percent.
An October report from the Consumer Technology Association found about 23 percent of American consumers planned to purchase pet-related technology as a gift during the holidays.
At Las Vegas Convention Center, a technology company will churn out pies on a machine that can make 300 an hour.
Love your satellite radio and watching football on giant plasma screens? Those innovations got first looks at CES, which arrives in next week in Las Vegas.
With the economy in a freefall in 2009, a tract of desert near the Strip suffered an all-too-common fate in Las Vegas: It went into foreclosure after big plans went nowhere. Today, the site is buzzing with activity.
Trump tweeted Tuesday that he’ll then travel to Beijing at a later date to open talks on other sticking points in the U.S.-China trade relationship that remain to be worked out.