PA's New Gaming Law: Could Mini-Casinos, VGTs Be Coming To Your Town?Municipalities will have until the end of the year to opt out.
Pennsylvania House OKs Biggest Gambling Expansion In YearsThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Wednesday night passed sprawling gambling legislation, unveiled just hours earlier, to expand casino-style gambling to the internet, airports, bars and elsewhere in a move that could shape how the state government deals with its deficit-riddled finances this summer.
Report: NJ Ranks Among Top 10 Gambling-Addicted StatesWalletHub's analysts compared the 50 states to determine where excessive gambling is most prevalent.
Man Loses Jackpot After Friend Hits Button At CasinoA friendship goes sour over a casino rule that most never even consider.
Gambling Industry Hopes Casino Mogul In White House Pays OffDonald Trump will be the first U.S. president to have ever owned a casino, and the gambling industry is wondering how he will handle three major issues: internet gambling, sports betting and daily fantasy sports.
Opponents Of North Jersey Gaming Vow To Continue CampaignThe "Our Turn" campaign was recently shut down.
Top Bars With Light Gambling In PhiladelphiaHere are the top 5 places with gambling in Philadelphia where your gamble on a night out, will still be a winner no matter how the dice rolls.
Sports Betting Legalization Shot Down In New JerseyNew Jersey's latest try at legalizing sports betting has been blocked in federal appeals court.
Top 7 Most Lavish Casinos Around The WorldAn introduction to seven of the most lavish casinos in the world for the ultimate gaming experience
Regulators Pave Way For NJ Casinos To Imitate Games Millennials LikeTuesday the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced temporary regulations that will allow gaming manufactures to develop skill-based games.
NJ Proposes Company-Paid Celebrity Internet Gambling PlayersThe companies could pay the celebrities, and allow them to keep any money they win.
Caesars Interactive Fined $15K For Online Gambling ViolationNew Jersey casino regulators have fined the local Internet gambling arm of Caesars Entertainment $15,000 for soliciting gamblers who signed up for a self-exclusion list that is supposed to prevent them from betting.