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By Amy McKeever
Las Vegas hopes to draw in new foreign tourism with a $51 million airport expansion that will double its international gates, McCarran International Airport director Rosemary Vassiliadis announced yesterday. The Associated Press reports that the e...
By Andrea Bennett
When you’re a Las Vegas local, the clanging of slot machines in the McCarran Airport arrivals area signals you’re home, but for everyone else it’s a reminder that the city is engineered to liberate you from your dollars from the moment you land. S...
By Eric Renner Brown / Entertainment Weekly
The Las Vegas location of the Madame Tussauds wax museum has decided to boost security in response to visitors who have posed inappropriately with its wax casting of rapper Nicki Minaj. The museum debuted the statue, which depicts Minaj on her han...
By Andrea Bennett
Las Vegas wouldn’t be nearly as intriguing without its history of Mafia involvement, but the mob’s history in the city is a complex one—and even precedes Vegas as a resort town. But the Mob Museum in Downtown Las Vegas, which opened a few years ag...
By Melanie Lieberman
The Digs: The Titus Villa, a Laurel Collection Suite at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada  Size: 11,200 square feet Price: $25,000 a night The Skinny: We think Rome’s renowned Emperor Titus would be more than comfortable in this lavish...
By Melanie Lieberman
The Digs: The Titus Villa, a Laurel Collection Suite at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada  Size: 11,200 square feet Price: $25,000 a night The Skinny: We think Rome’s renowned Emperor Titus would be more than comfortable in this lavish...

Hotels in Las Vegas

The first hotel to open in Vegas without a casino (it debuted, somewhat ironically, in a tower adjacent to Mandalay Bay in 1999), the Four Seasons is arguably still the best of this growing breed.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Le Reve, at the Wynn, will hit its decade anniversary in 2015, and to celebrate, it has just added ambitious hydro- and pyrotechnics, to the tune of $3 million, which took nearly 60 designers, technicians, engineers and choreographers more than 18 months to complete.