During Las Vegas’s lawless years, no one was quite as lawless as Benny Binion. The king of racketeering in Dallas, Binion moved to Vegas in the 1940s and opened his own casino. By bribing cops and breaking legs, Binion struck it rich the old-fashioned way in Sin City.
This is the true story of a gambling icon.
“Somebody’s Daughter,” a documentary on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic, premieres Wednesday in Las Vegas at the Four Directions and Nevada Tribal Nations Native American Presidential Forum.
Sonny Liston was found dead of a heroin overdose at his Las Vegas home in 1970. ‘Pariah: The Lives and Deaths of Sonny Liston,’ a new Showtime documentary, reexamines both his life and death.
The victims of the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting have reached a settlement of at least $735m from MGM Resorts.