Lawmakers in New Jersey will hold a meeting to discuss bringing casinos to Bergen County.
More potential competitors for upstate New York casino licenses are emerging despite an increasingly crowded Northeast market.
A producer of the Showtime series “Ray Donovan” will avoid prison time for his role in an illegal sports betting business that New York prosecutors have linked to the Russian mob.
State regulators approved six casinos for Internet gambling effective immediately.
Technology companies working with the Atlantic City casinos tell The Associated Press they intentionally set their digital fences slightly away from the edge of New Jersey’s borders.
New Jersey is extending its self-exclusion list to allow people to ban themselves from online betting.
Two events were held Thursday in New York City for and against the proposal that, if approved, would allow the development of as many as seven casinos across the state.
A discussion presenting both sides of a referendum on amending the state constitution to allow Las Vegas-type casinos was held.
Thomas Suozzi and Ed Mangano are expected to join labor unions and business groups in support of the ballot referendum called Proposal No. 1.
The referendum was reworded to promise more jobs, tax cuts and aid for schools — all additions made to the initial version.
Lawyers for the pro players have argued their clients make a legitimate living playing poker. They say the players should be able to pursue their careers until the case is resolved _ and a judge has agreed.
A Brooklyn woman was arrested this past weekend and charged with leaving her children – the youngest just 9 months old — and her middle school-age brother in the car while she went off to gamble.
State lawmakers are poised to vote as early as Friday on a measure that would authorize Las Vegas-style resort casinos in three upstate areas.
Poll Director Doug Schwartz told WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau that only 44 percent of those questioned said Malloy deserves to be reelected, while 46 said he doesn’t deserve it.
A state budget that calls for big spending increases for science and technology at the University of Connecticut and expands gambling to bring in more revenue cleared the House of Representatives on Sunday and now heads to the Senate just days before the 2013 legislative session ends.