The House of Representatives passed a bill a few days ago that would take away the unions' right to easily organize workers at tribal casinos.
The U.S. government has emerged victorious in its long-drawn-out legal battle against the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel in California and more
The state of Arizona will not be building any new casinos for the foreseeable future after State Governor Doug Ducey and 10 Indian tribal nations agreed.
Tribes continue to cement their footprint in the US gambling industry with a series of casino expansions across the country.
In a game of chess with Connecticut state officials and Indian tribes over the creation of a new tribal casino near the Mass. border.
But what has become of these tribes today? There are currently 326 Indian reservations with 566 federally recognized tribes.
For a long time, American supporters of Internet gambling predicted rapid legalization and adoption by state governments.
New rules could see a rise in recognized Native American tribes, opening the opportunity for tribes to secure rights to operate a casino.
The Cayuga Nation contends that the Oneidas can't have authority and exclusive casino rights in an area that belongs to them.
California's new tribal online poker bill would expressly ban interstate compacts and subcontractors who ever took bets from state residents.