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The CST-100 is designed to ferry crew, cargo and even tourists into low Earth orbit.
Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn is still alive after three days (and nearly 30 hours of play) in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
The Friday start to the long holiday weekend is shaping up to be the busiest travel day of the summer, according to forecasts.
Hotel and air rates in many destinations are either flat or lower than 2013, but July 4 travel is up for a third year in a row.
A few U.S. entrepreneurs are offering a real-world version of a video game in which players solve puzzles together to escape a room within an hour.
Tuxedo rental may be a very old idea, but it took two very bright Harvard MBAs to reinvent it for runway labels.
The economy in Sin City continues to move away from gaming since the worst days of the Great Recession.
The new McCarran Medical Clinic and Pharmacy at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas can fill prescriptions or offer a pre-flight IV.
The gambler's sports empire has earned him "tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions, of dollars," one rival says.
While the FBI is inquiring about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson, Carl Icahn and gambler Billy Walter, CNBC's Jane Wells provides insight into who Walters really is.
At The Cosmopolitan, poolside revelers can get bottle-service via drone. What could go wrong?
New analysis shows that renting may prove to be a better decision than buying in major markets as prices rise and bargains disappear. The NYT reports.
With the removal of the crane, Icahn may be preparing the building for a full demolition.
An inside look at this year's Las Vegas SALT Conference, with Kelly O'Connor, director of business development & editorial director at SkyBridge Capital, and Anthony Scaramucci, SkyBridge Capital founder.
Some people who come to Las Vegas make a fortune and some lose their life savings. See the people who made it big or lost it all in Sin City.
Travelers spent $27 billion in Vegas last year; and as millennials continue to drop more money on clubbing than on gambling, businesses are capitalizing on it.
Early numbers show travelers are looking to book bigger and better vacations as soon as the weather warms up.
The last sequential calendar date in this century may be a lucky day for some couples.
This year's Nightclub & Bar Show in Las Vegas highlights the latest trends in the alcohol market.
Can South Korea's first foreign-owned casino give casino hotspots like Vegas and Macau a run for their money? CNBC's Julia Wood, Susan Li and Bernie Lo discuss.