With a landmark Supreme Court decision on the books, tribes from California to Connecticut want to be at the table when it comes to sports betting.
Tribes are welcoming the opportunity to engage in sports betting following a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision.
Authorities are looking into an incident in which a police officer's rifle was inadvertently discharged at the casino owned by the Suquamish Tribe.
Two tribes are looking to the Land of the Rising Sun as they explore opportunities beyond their homelands in Connecticut.
Well that was fast. The Oneida Nation plans to offer sports betting in the 'near future' on its homelands in New York.
Tribes in Arizona are on an upward trend when it comes to their gaming revenues.
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes are working to complete a $35 million casino expansion after running into a snag with the original contractor.
John James, a former chairman of the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians and a driving force in the Indian gaming industry, passed away on April 21. He was 87.
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation aims to revitalize Lake Eufaula in Oklahoma with a casino, hotel and other development.
It's time to prepare for a new era as tribes and states enter the sports betting industry.
A blaze near the White Mountain Apache Tribe's casino was caused by a vehicle's exhaust system, the Bureau of Indian Affairs confirmed.
The former chief of the Pamunkey Tribe is criticizing the involvement of a non-Indian billionaire in plans for a gaming facility.
The Seminole Tribe and The Walt Disney Company are spending big in an attempt to limit the expansion of gaming in Florida.
The Cherokee Nation plans to install ball and dice games at three casinos thanks to a gaming expansion law in Oklahoma.
With tensions thawing in the Korean Peninsula, the Mohegan Tribe is making moves of its own.
The National Indian Gaming Commission is undergoing major change as its chairman, a remnant of the Obama era, departs for pastures unknown.
Though it lacks a physical casino at this point, the Hopi Tribe has officially joined the Indian gaming industry.
The Seminole Tribe is making major progress as the opening of its Hard Rock casino in New Jersey approaches.
Good timing, and some luck, may be on the side of the Pamunkey Tribe as it pursues a casino in Virginia.
Efforts by Indian Country to assert sovereignty over labor laws are failing in the courts, not just in the halls of Congress.