Developer Keaton Palmer is determined to build a new gambling and entertainment capital-bigger than Vegas and Reno combined-in the middle of the Nevada desert. But it's only feasible if the U.S. Congress votes to build a new Interstate highway across the state, through his property. On Washington, D.C.'s infamous K Street former-senator-turned-lobbyist Langley Jackson Simpson maneuvers to gain the support of two key senators: "There's always something every senator will go for." But a few blocks down K Street, the Federal Ethics Commission's chief prosecutor Jack Lincoln keeps a watchful eye on members of Congress. He is determined to "connect the dots."