The Pueblo of Laguna won't be buying a commercial casino in Louisiana due to regulatory issues.
A billionaire gaming mogul who trashed tribes could lose a commercial casino license after being accused of sexual misconduct.
A commercial casino in Massachusetts is being reviewed after The Wall Street Journal reported on numerous claims of sexual misconduct by mogul Steve Wynn.
The National Indian Gaming Commission has finalized a new rule that should make it easier on tribes when paying fees, Chairman Jonodev Chaudhuri said.
The Mohegan Tribe has been fined $1 million in connection with its commercial gaming operation in Pennsylvania.
Support appears to be growing among the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for a referendum that would authorize more liquor sales on the reservation.
A year following the debut of its long-awaited casino in southern California, the Jamul Indian Village can finally serve liquor there.
The senior-most political official at the Bureau of Indian Affairs is back on Capitol Hill to testify at a hearing about the tribal gaming industry.
An undercover sex trafficking operation at the casino owned by the Meskwaki Tribe resulted in charges against two people.
It's that time again -- the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is holding an oversight hearing on the tribal gaming industry.
The Jamul Indian Village opened its casino to large crowds nearly a year ago yet still lacks a permanent liquor license for the $460 million facility.
It looks like the Kialegee Tribal Town is trying to get back into the casino game by asserting authority at an allotment in Oklahoma.
The Muscogee Nation is warning one of its citizens not to engage in gaming on his allotment in Oklahoma.
A police offer from a neighboring county is being accused of taking a $750 casino ticket that didn't belong to him.
PalaPoker.com has joined PalaCasino.com and PalaBingoUSA.com in offering legal online gaming for patrons in New Jersey.
All the pieces are falling into place as the tribe prepares to open the ilani Casino Resort in late April.
The Connecticut-based tribe lost out to a rival gaming firm owned by billionaire Steve Wynn.
Former president Bobby Soper, who is a tribal citizen, denied hiding anything.
A federal judge will go ahead with a previously scheduled hearing after the tribe said a settlement wasn't on the horizon.
Wenonah Sue Wagner is accused of stealing more than $23,000 from the Charging Horse Casino and Bingo in Montana.
Chief Phyliss Anderson said revenues are up $11 million and profits are up $2 million.
Opponents are trying to prevent the tribe from securing a liquor license for its southern California casino.
Jean Ann Blalock, a member of the Quapaw Tribe, was sworn into her position during the organization's fall meeting.
Mark Hanan won't be serving any prison time but was ordered to repay more than $12,000 to his former employer.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's racial attacks on Indian Country go back decades.
Details are sketchy but the incident occurred over the weekend at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
Chairman O'Neal Darden remains under indictment for allegedly accepting an unauthorized bonus from the Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel.
Angela Kephart blamed Chief Patrick Lambert for cutting her term short.
The decision came after extended talks with the state of New Jersey about illegal gambling websites.
The California tribe is investing more than $530,000 in the first year alone.
The Republican presidential candidate once attacked tribes on tax issues but avoided paying his own tax bill for years.
Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison was the only tribal casino in Wisconsin that wasn't allowed to serve liquor.
A new partnership with the Mohegan Tribe is already benefiting the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe's gaming facility.
Gaming enterprise board member Angela Kephart continues to stir controversy on the reservation.
The state's top gaming official is trying to blame the drop on the Tohono O'odham Nation without acknowledging his role in creating the situation.