LAS VEGAS (Associated Press) — Nevada gambling revenue was down more than 2 percent in April compared with last year, in part due to a quirk in how the state counts slot revenue.
Arizona Republican Senator and long time opponent of online gambling, Jon Kyl, was accused of causing delays during a Senate Health Committee. He later threw a temper tantrum that would have made
Six more bank accounts connected to online gambling have been seized by the Maryland US Attorney's Office. These were all Wachovia Bank accounts held by a company called Forshay Enterprises, Inc.
The Poker Players Alliance is putting everything it's got to push through a bill offered up by New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, which seeks to legalize online poker. But Menendez needs support
The Congressman giveth and the Congressman taketh away. Such is the case with a bill that survived nearly 6 days before it was yanked on Wednesday. That bill, brought forth by Senator Ron Wyden
Senator Robert Wyden (D-OR) has introduced a bill to legalize and regulate the online poker in an effort to help offset the cost of health-care reform.
As first predicted by Gambling911.com last year, the United State's unwillingness to obey a WTO ruling related to online gambling is now having lasting implications and it all centers upon "pu
With just a few more weeks until the elections, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine, a Democrat, appears to be in serious danger of losing. Corzine offered up his support of a suit brought forth by t
A new Assets Forfeiture and Financial Crimes task force has been implemented at the US Attorney's Office in Baltimore Maryland which is already being used to go after online gambling operations.
The state of Delaware reports revenue of $257,870 their first week of offering legalized sports betting, and this is at the reduced exposure originally intended due to pending lawsuits.
Online poker's greatest ally in Congress, Massachusetts Rep Barney Frank, has reported in to the Poker Players A
Arizona Republican and the number two GOP leader, Senator Jon Kyl, may have trouble come Election Day. The good news for Kyl is that the Election Day in question won't be until 2012. The bad ne
Delaware's filing of a 24-page petition to the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals asking the court to hear whether the state should be allowed to offer single-game sports betting will likely g
By SEAN O'SULLIVAN and ADAM TAYLOR
The News Journal
Front and center of healthcare reform is none other than House Financial Services Chairman, Democrat Barney Frank. Congressman Frank also happens to be an advocate for legalizing online gambling.
Gambling911.com special contributor and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate, Wayne Allyn Root, claims among other things that Obama saying healthcare won't add to our budget defici
By CRIS BARRISH
The News Journal
There was a time early on in the Bush Administration when Attorney General John Ashcroft was considered among the biggest enemies of online gambling. Many believe it was he who got the ball rolli
The state of Delaware has boldly decided to begin offering sports betting in the form of NFL wagering.
The Supreme Court has set oral argument in the commonwealth of Kentucky v. IMEGA et al for 11 a.m.
BOSTON (AP) - Internet poker fans won't be getting a chance to push for a ballot question legalizing the game.
Following news this past week that an appeals court had found that Delaware sports betting violates current federal law, questions now focus on two of the judges who helped render the decisions.
Much of the talk this summer has focused on both Delaware and New Jersey's efforts to legalize sports betting. In the case of New Jersey, the idea would be to bet online. Delaware was dealt a s
Congressman Barney Frank has expressed outrage over actions taken by the US Attorneys Office in the Southern District of New York in recent months. In June, that office seized nearly $40 million
By CRIS BARRISH The News Journal
CNet News reported on something interesting this past week. A bill was being proposed that would give the White House power to disconnect private sector computers from the Internet. Say what?
I'm still on my magical mystery tour of Vegas and last night I was hanging at the Mandalay Bay with two guys who have a vested interest in what happened in Delaware yesterday: Joe Brennan, chairman
The Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford recently released a slew of papers kept by the late Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist.
One incumbent who appears to be in trouble is New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine, a Democrat. Seeking re-election in November, Corzine has fallen behind Republican challenger Chris Christie.
The Intrade.com market currently gives the Republican candidate a 55.0% chance of becoming Governor of the Garden State, while Corzine has a 45.0% probability of being re-elected.
New Jersey last elected a Republican Governor back in 1997. Right now the market points to 2009 being the end of this particular drought for the GOP.
According to the Intrade.com market a public health insurance option looks set for defeat.
Wayne Allyn Root, a regular contributor to the Gambling911.com website and the former Vice Presidential runningmate of the Libertarian party, says President Obama has finally got i
Shareholders at alternative online payment provider, Paysafe Group Plc, have revolted against the company’s current executive payment structure.
Vegas sports handicapper and one time Libertarian Vice Presidential running mate Wayne Allyn Root got into a testy debate with fellow guests of the HBO show live broadcast of “Real Time With Bill Maher” Friday night. The show’s host, Maher himself, didn’t let Root off easy either.