When it opened on May 14, 1984, Donald Trump called it the finest building in Atlantic City, and possibly the nation.
Miss New York Kira Kazantsev’s win Sunday night marked the third year in a row that a contestant from New York has walked away with the crown in the nationally televised pageant.
The Miss America pageant will present an upbeat view of the city where it began in 1921 and crown its next winner during a nationally televised finale.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court trustee is objecting to the proposed auction date for the Revel Casino Hotel and a $3 million breakup fee that would go to a Florida developer if he’s outbid for the recently shuttered site.
A New Jersey woman said she was roughed up by an off-duty police officer working security at an Atlantic City casino, and it was all caught on camera.
The casino said in a court filing Wednesday that Glenn Straub has made the cash bid and it hopes to have an auction for the property on Sept. 24.
The Casino Control Commission voted Wednesday to let MGM keep its 50 percent ownership of the Borgata.
Horse racing tracks are likely to implement sports betting in New Jersey before casinos, a gaming expert says.
Former Baltimore star Ray Rice has broken his silence, saying he’s trying to “be strong” for his wife after the release of a shocking video resulted in his termination by the Ravens.
Now that we know exactly what happened between Ray Rice and Janay Palmer, the question has to be asked: how could the NFL have been oblivious to a key piece of evidence?
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie issued a directive Monday allowing his state’s casinos and racetracks to immediately offer sports betting without fear of criminal or civil liability.
The Trump Taj Mahal is poised to be the latest casino to file for bankruptcy and go out of business in Atlantic City, sources said Friday.
A popular restaurant at Trump Plaza is suing the Atlantic City casino, asking a judge to permit it to keep operating after the casino shuts down on Sept. 16.
To be successful, Atlantic City has to be much more than a casino town, officials and observers say.
Hundreds of newly laid-off casino workers began filing for unemployment Wednesday morning, the first attendees at an assistance center that expects to process 5,000 workers over the next three days.