Most casino workers on the Las Vegas strip are part of a union. Now, some non-union casino workers want to be part of a union. But some say they're being targeted for speaking out. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
In Nevada, there's a last-minute election push to reach out to Latinos, who make up 27 percent of the population. President Obama is leading among Latino voters, but the Romney campaign is trying to make some inroads in a key swing state.
Mitt Romney has a two-fold challenge with many Latino voters: try to convince them that he can fix America's broken immigration system, and that President Obama has failed them. But Romney runs a risk calling attention to problems.
Pachinko, a Japanese game that resembles a cross between pinball and a slot machine, is huge business. Sam Harnett reports on how the industry's success depends on straddling the line between gaming and gambling.
In Nevada, like many places around the country, government budgets are facing cuts. Some of those cuts are being made in the fees paid to certified court interpreters. But rather than take lower wages, some interpreters are choosing to walk away. That can have real consequences for the criminal justice system.
Billionaire American casino magnate Sheldon Adelson has a plan to jumpstart Spain's slow economy: Vegas. No, he's not taking the national fortune to the craps table -- he wants to build a Vegas-style resort in Madrid. He says it will draw 10 million people per year.