The name 'Trump' is being removed from Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal casino in accordance with a deal struck with US President Donald Trump.
New Jersey State Sen. Ray Lesniak introduces bill that would allow shuttered Revel casino to reopen without owner Glenn Straub needing a gaming license.
New Jersey gaming regulators tell developer Glenn Straub that he can't open casino in Revel/TEN unless he applies for and receives a gaming license.
Developer Glenn Straub sues New Jersey regulators over their demand that he apply for a gaming license if he wishes to re-open casino at dormant Revel.
Glenn Straub has offered Atlantic City's former Revel casino as a temporary shelter for refugees from the civil war in Syria.
Atlantic City eight surviving casinos post small revenue gain in March; Revel sits in the dark as Straub's purchasing odyssey continues.
Judge approves Trump Entertainment bankruptcy reorganization; Revel's third attempt at forcing someone to take it over blocked by judge.
NY Gov. Cuomo is being investigated over his administration’s handling of the casino selection process; Straub buys Revel at lower price.
Trump Entertainment's unsecured creditors agree to restructuring plan; Revel back on the market after judge voids sale to Glenn Straub.
Adam Jones was kicked out of the Hollywood Casino because of an incident where Jones reportedly got into an argument with an employee.