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The True Lives Of Fake Hitmen, Remaking Las Vegas, Johnnie Walker

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The True Lives Of Fake Hitmen, Remaking Las Vegas, Johnnie Walker

The True Lives Of Fake Hitmen, Remaking Las Vegas, Johnnie Walker

The True Lives Of Fake Hitmen, Remaking Las Vegas, Johnnie Walker

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Las Vegas, long known for its gambling-fueled revenue model, took a big hit in the financial crisis. The city is now trying to remake itself as more than a one-economy town. Darrin Bush/AP/Las Vegas News Bureau hide caption

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Las Vegas, long known for its gambling-fueled revenue model, took a big hit in the financial crisis. The city is now trying to remake itself as more than a one-economy town.

Darrin Bush/AP/Las Vegas News Bureau

This week on the podcast edition of All Things Considered, host Arun Rath goes inside the double lives of "fake" ATF hitmen, explores the new — and reformed — Sin City, and traces the money paid by banks for their roles in the financial crisis.