Economic fallout from COVID-19 was “a punch in the gut” to thousands of workers on and off the famous Vegas Strip.
This Sunday’s episode of CBSN Originals, “Reverb | Losing Las Vegas,” reveals the lingering impacts of the pandemic-related shutdown in a city many economists say will be one of the last to recover. CBSN Originals correspondent and executive producer Adam Yamaguchi joined CBSN’s Tanya Rivero to talk about what they found.
Both President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have been hitting the campaign trail. The president rallied his supporters just outside of Las Vegas on Sunday night in his first indoor event since June. Meanwhile, former Vice President Joe Biden spoke in Wilmington, Delaware, on Monday about the devastating wildfires ravaging the West. CBS […]
It’s the president’s first indoor rally since Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June.
Did you know that Nevada has two designated state trees? The single-leaf pinyon pine and the bristlecone pine, both of which can be found here in the Spring
One lucky tourist hit it big on the casino floor in Las Vegas this Labor Day weekend.
Some of the best known landmarks in Las Vegas turned red Tuesday in a nationwide show of solidarity for the struggling live entertainment industry and also to urge congress to pass more help for workers.
The next Democratic caucus will be held February 22 in Nevada. Steve Sebelius, politics and government editor for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” with how the Silver State is hoping to have a better result than Iowa