Lavish nightclubs have become the backbone of a billion-dollar industry that is soaring while gambling revenue slips.
Tony Hsieh, a millionaire rock-star software developer, is turning his attention to urban regeneration in the seedy downtown of Sin City.
Prince Harry has put the city's riotous pool parties on the map --- and, unusually, the best take place in daylight hours.
Two weeks ago celebrity website TMZ published two pictures of Prince Harry cavorting naked with female friends in a suite in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is making the most of its role in a royal scandal -- and young Britons are flocking to it for full-on fun.
Prince Harry rented a Harley over the weekend to visit Las Vegas from Arizona where he is training on helicopters at an Air Force site near Gila Bend.
The rich are having the best of times while the middle and lower classes are struggling to survive.
On Monday, the famed hotel and casino's towering, Moroccan-themed marquis sent a final message to patrons: "Thanks for the memories."
In an event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company announced plans to start beaming 3D gigs directly into living rooms.
Underneath its glitzy casinos, far from the bright marquees, there is another Las Vegas, a pitch-black, dank underworld.
The world economy may be slumping, but don't tell that to Macau -- the former Portugese colony which is set to trump Las Vegas.
Ricky Hatton thinks Manny Pacquiao's big win over Oscar De La Hoya in December was a fluke. Hatton is counting on beating the Filipino star on May 2.
The wall between televisions and computers is crumbling and internet pioneer Yahoo! is swinging a virtual hammer.
Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines stunned 10-times world champion Oscar De La Hoya with an eighth-round TKO in their non-title fight in Las Vegas.
OJ Simpson was sentenced to up to 33 years in prison on Friday for kidnapping and robbery in a Las Vegas hotel room.
OJ Simpson could receive a tough jail term on Friday when he goes back to court for sentencing after being convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping.
The tentacle-like growth of clandestine advertising in American TV shows in the form of product placement has taken another controversial step.
Britain's Joe Calzaghe recovered from a first-round knockdown to defeat Bernard Hopkins by split decision in a light-heavyweight bout in Las Vegas on Saturday. In a closely fought battle, the 36-year-old Calzaghe showed little of his famed prodigious punch output in the first two rounds as Hopkins gained the early initiative.
South African Kevin Anderson reached the final of the ATP hard-court tournament in Las Vegas on Saturday with a straight-sets victory over American Robby Ginepri. Anderson, ranked 175th in the world, defeated Ginepri 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 to advance and will next take on another American Sam Querrey.
Fans never seem to get their fill of Star Wars, and George Lucas is happy to oblige. Lucas offered a glimpse into the latest creation in his sci-fi universe at the theatre-owners' convention ShoWest on Thursday, showing a sequence from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, a computer-animated movie due in August.