The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday revealed that it has changed its long-held position and found that the federal Wire Act of 1961 applies only to sports betting.
Twenty-five years ago, before Las Vegas residents began moving to Summerlin and the city skyline changed with construction of the Stratosphere, the Gold Coast rose in the middle of the desert.
The most expensive hotel-casino ever built on the Strip celebrates one year in business today, but its CEO, John Unwin, isn’t satisfied. It has been a good year, but for Unwin, year one was all about opening the doors of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
In what may be a first in Las Vegas, the financially struggling Las Vegas Hilton will be run, at least for now, as a split operation.
Foxborough to allow Wynn to present casino plan