Gamblers in Las Vegas saw a strange sight Wednesday night: 98 people were arrested in a protest outside the Cosmopolitan resort that nearly shut down the entire Las Vegas Strip. More than 2,000 culinary workers stood on the Strip, blocking traffic and chanting to protest that there has not been a union contract at the resort in two years. “Cosmopolitan, look around, Las Vegas is a union town,” protesters chanted. A spokeswoman for Cosmopolitan, which is owned by Deutche Bank, said the resort is in ongoing negotiations. But it looks like what happens in Vegas isn’t staying in Vegas this time.