'What recovery?' Las Vegas years after the housing crash

Both Presidential candidates are unveiling their economic plans this week in Detroit. The economy has been a central issue in politics especially since the housing bubble burst eight years ago, plunging the US into the greatest recession since the Great Depression. The economic recovery, though relatively steady overall, has been sluggish and selective, affecting some more than others. So in some communities, when people hear politicians talk about whether the recovery has been fast enough or strong enough, they have good reason to wonder, “Recovery? What recovery?” Communities like Las Vegas, Nevada.