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Vitamin therapy is for drips

It may be marketed by influencers, but intravenous vitamin therapy is not necessary and probably not worth the hype, experts say

Cristiano Ronaldo rape lawsuit dropped — report

Kathryn Mayorga filed a complaint in September last year alleging she was sexually assaulted by Ronaldo in 2009 in a Las Vegas hotel

Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend back in US, FBI to question her

In recent developments, the girlfriend of the Las Vegas shooter is being questioned by the FBI as a 'person of interest'

After Las Vegas massacre, Trump silent on gun control

President Trump has declared the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history as an "act of pure evil" but avoided addressing gun control

Two dead after Las Vegas Strip shooting

Police have apprehended one suspect and have denied reports of multiple shooters at Vegas' country music festival.

Las Vegas: From Sin City into Club City

Lavish nightclubs have become the backbone of a billion-dollar industry that is soaring while gambling revenue slips.

Leavening Las Vegas

Tony Hsieh, a millionaire rock-star software developer, is turning his attention to urban regeneration in the seedy downtown of Sin City.

Wild and wet in Vegas

Prince Harry has put the city's riotous pool parties on the map --- and, unusually, the best take place in daylight hours.

Ten things about Prince Harry

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 hails Prince Harry as a true son of Sin City

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 pays a visit to Sin City

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.

Las Vegas: A tale of two cities

The rich are having the best of times while the middle and lower classes are struggling to survive.

Sahara casino closes in end of bygone Vegas era

On Monday, the famed hotel and casino's towering, Moroccan-themed marquis sent a final message to patrons: "Thanks for the memories."

Sony to bring 3D concerts live to the living room

In an event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company announced plans to start beaming 3D gigs directly into living rooms.

Tunnels beneath Vegas a refuge for the homeless

Underneath its glitzy casinos, far from the bright marquees, there is another Las Vegas, a pitch-black, dank underworld.

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