Jennifer Lopez

After massacre, Las Vegas gets back to beers, slots, shows

The fountains at the Bellagio casino went off like clockwork, the water swaying and pulsating in time to Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA."

Two faux showgirls in pink headdresses tried to hustle a few dollars off tourists gathered to watch. A group of men drinking beers stopped briefly to ogle the action and take pictures.

Just days after a gunman killed 58 people at an outdoor concert, the party in Las Vegas seemed to be back on.

"I feel like we kind of mourned yesterday," said Tre Marino, a landscaper from Asheville, North Carolina, who was playing table shuffleboard Tuesday evening with friends at a bar across from the MGM Grand hotel....

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