New Jersey's Attorney General sues the US Department of Justice for defying request for documents relating to latest Wire Act opinion.
Growing tired of their back and forth story, a federal judge wants the DOJ to step up with a new opinion, because there’s a lot on the line.
The DOJ is at it again, but this time it's not even déjà vu. The weight of the law is more heavily against the everything-is-illegal approach than before.
Pennsylvania's regulated online gambling market will officially launch on July 15, while digital sports betting is expected to start within weeks.
The US Department of Justice tries to claim that its new opinion on the scope of the Wire Act doesn't negatively impact state lotteries.
Online gambling's legal status has no connection to a reasonable policy or even shared basis of fact. So what drives online gaming to be legalized (or not)?
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed a memorandum in a request to dismiss New Hampshire's wire act lawsuit.
The latest edition of one of the largest lotteries in the U.S., the Powerball, saw its jackpot jump to about $625 million after no one had selected the six winning numbers.
The controvesial news about U.S. Federal Wire Act and the DOJ haven't backpedaled yet and it's about to be blown off in spectacular fashion.
The US Department of Justice confirms that it's extending the deadline for enforcing its new Wire Act opinion by another 60 days until mid-June.