Six men are on trial for their role in an armed standoff that thwarted federal agents from taking cattle from Cliven Bundy—and it almost cost lives, according to the prosecution.
Native Nevadan John L. Smith is a Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist.
The two casino moguls have decades of bad blood—but now the Vegas macher is helping the president-elect plan his big party.
America’s most famous brothel boss wants to serve in the state Assembly. Is that a good thing?
Built by mobsters, The Riviera was as defining of ’50s and ’60s Las Vegas as it was dangerous to run.
The man behind the Mirage, Bellagio, and self-titled Wynn put a hammerlock on his wife’s shares and he won’t let go.
Michael McDonald was on the board of a nonprofit when it gave a high-interest loan to a lien company he secretly held a stake in—then the company went bust.
Judges tore into Nevada authorities in two separate recent cases for elaborate, unconstitutional stings over big money civil forfeiture arrests.
You’ve probably never heard of him—and that may be just how he wanted it. How Kirk Kerkorian overcame powerful enemies, became a billionaire, and still waited in line at his own hotels.
The blues legend’s daughters say he was poisoned to death and have accused his longtime manager of elder abuse. Her team says the claims are just a cheap money grab by disgruntled kin.
The GOP mega donor has been accused of corruption by the man who ran his Macau casinos—and now the case will be heard in an American court.