The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is facing a familiar foe as it seeks to prevent its reservation from being taken out of trust by the Trump administration.
A landmark Supreme Court decision opened the door to sports betting in Indian Country.
Ryan Zinke has left the Trump administration but his Indian Country legal troubles are far from over.
It's only taken 17 years but the Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe of the Enterprise Rancheria is finally going to open a casino.
The Brookings Institution is holding a talk on the future of Indian gaming with key stakeholders.
Sports betting might be coming soon to Arizona but the wait will be a little longer than expected.
Tribes and Indian lawmakers are taking a stand on sports betting in South Dakota.
The first show at the Osage Nation's new performance venue is already sold out.
Native Americans suffer from one of highest problem gambling rates in the United States.
The Ho-Chunk Nation is looking to add a hotel, convention center and more gaming space to its facility in Madison, the capital of Wisconsin.
The Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians is making plans to grow the tribal economy.
It took a lot of work but the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians officially entered the Class III gaming industry on January 25, 1994.
A bill to exempt tribes and their casinos from federal labor law continues to draw support Indian Country but the political landscape has changed.
A landmark Supreme Court decision opened the door for sports betting but tribes aren't rushing to join the industry.
The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe wants to be at the table as regulators in Massachusetts address the future of gaming.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are renewing efforts to open a casino that has been stalled by the Trump administration.
A 28-year-old citizen of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe admitted he attempted to sexually abuse a woman at the casino on the reservation.
Gaming continues to be good business for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Opponents of the Wilton Rancheria are on the losing end of yet another ruling in federal court.
Are Republicans in Arizona setting the groundwork to extract more gaming revenues from tribes?