President Obama hit the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton on Sunday in Nevada. He encouraged voters to get out and vote saying, “Don’t boo, vote.” Watch the president’s full remarks here.
After a two-hour standoff Thursday, Las Vegas police arrested a suspect in the apparent road rage shooting that left a mother of four dead. The case took a turn after it was revealed that the suspect and the mom knew each other. John Blackstone reports.
As Hillary Clinton spoke at a scrap recycling convention in Las Vegas, a woman in the audience threw a shoe at the former Secretary of State. The woman was taken into federal custody and will face criminal charges. Scott Pelley reports.
A Las Vegas college student took matters into her own hands after falling victim to a cash-for-diamond scam online. Eighteen-year-old Shelby Carlson was offered $7,500 for a diamond she had posted on Craigslist. When the PayPal message she received turned out to be a fake, she decided to track down those responsible. KFMB-TV’s Marcella Lee […]
Sheldon Adelson built a casino empire spanning from Las Vegas to China and became a singular force in domestic and international politics.
Tony Hsieh, the retired head of Las Vegas-based Zappos.com, died Friday, November 27. In this profile that originally aired on “Sunday Morning” June 6, 2010, correspondent Erin Moriarty talked with the then-36-year-old CEO whose online shoe retailer was thriving, thanks in part to a unique company culture and its revolutionary customer service. Hsieh also discussed […]
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.