Florida is pushing ahead in its legal tussle with the Seminole Tribe of Florida over the tribe's estimated $2 billion a year gambling operation.
Online gambling crusader and the House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank (D - Mass.) Barney Frank, reportedly told Treasury Secretary Hank Paulsen to essentially "F*** Off!" but wa
While it is not exactly known what if any stance Kentucky Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul might have in regard to online gambling, one can only speculate he is not against such activity. Pa
House Ways and Means Chairman Sandy Levin (D-Mich.) on Wednesday announced his committee would host a hearing on tax proposals related to legislation to legalize Internet gambling.
Poker just got a shot in the arm in the USA.
CNN confirmed Sunday night that President Barack Obama will be picking U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan as U.S. Supreme Court nominee.
Censorship, both online and offline, and in this case, off the shelf, remains a red hot topic down under in Australia.
The first female President of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla, looks to raise money by taxing that Central American nation's expansive online gambling business. Most of the North American facing onl
Wayne Allyn Root, the 2008 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nominee and frequent contributor to the Gambling911.com website, chimes in on the economic crisis in Greece and why he thinks America
Millions of dollars have been bet on the UK elections outcome with most of the money being wagered on a hung parliament or Conservative majority, papers in London were reporting on Thursday.
US President Barack Obama was the biggest recipient of BP dollars in 2008, according to reports that surfaced on Wednesday.
We all know that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has had his share of bad press during the offseason. Actually, it all started at the beginning of the 2009 regular season where
The former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Tony Blair, was reportedly offered £250k to go on Dancing With The Stars.
HONG KONG (AFP) - Clashes that broke out during a May Day rally in Macau injured 41 people, including two journalists and 32 policemen, the gambling hub's government said Sunday.
"Some protesters did not follow the route specified earlier by the police and clashed with the officers, resulting in injuries to 41 people -- three members of the public, two journalists, four protesters and 32 policemen," the statement said.
Three people -- a member of the public, a protester and a policeman -- were hospitalised, it added.
The National Enquire is coming out with a story that suggests US President Barack Obama is cheating on his wife Michelle with fundraiser Vera Baker.
Wayne Allyn Root, 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee and a frequent contributor to the Gambling911.com website, discusses the success of homeschooling his own children and states: "T
Scheduled to be held in Phoenix next year, the Major League Baseball All Star Game may become the latest victim of Arizona's new and controversial immigration law.
The prospect of Internet filtering in Australia is highly unlikely in either the May or June sittings of Federal Parliament. Online gambling websites were among those that appeared on a leaked li
A letter is circulating around Washington urging constraint when it comes to repealing the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act (UIGEA), which essentially outlaws most forms of online gambling
The Miami Herald on Sunday reported on the multi-billion dollar online gambling sector, asking if it is a "win-win".
Democrats seem to think so, Republicans not so much.
Australian government officials were meeting in Washington to discuss proposed Web filters that has incurred the ire of the Obama Administration.
The betting markets give Elena Kagan a 41 percent chance of being sworn in as the next US Supreme Court Justice. That's what the customers at intrade.com are
Is beleaguered Senate leader Harry Reid about to propose his own online poker legislation?
That's the word around parts of the industry this week.
Internet, news media and data giant, Google Inc, has launched... get ready for it.... Google Government Requests Tool.
As we approach the 2010 Elections, Sportsbook.com intends to offer betting on some of the most hotly contested races (Submitted by Payton on, Apr/19/2010
Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl is not holding up President Obama's Treasury nominations according to his spokesperson, Ryan Patmintra.
It may not be long until we start hearing online gambling foes in Washington throwing the name "Ken Weitzner" into their self-absorbed agendas to ban Internet poker and sports betting.
Uber-lobbyist Jack Abramoff has long been noted as the individual who allowed online gambling to thrive unregulated, unlicensed and - for a few years - free from prosecution. Whether the industry
Gambling911.com Special Contributor and best-selling author, Wayne Allyn Root, will appear on FOX News Channel on "FOX & Friends" the #1 rated morning show on cable TV on Thursday Ap
The Massachusetts House of Representatives yesterday approved a Poker Players Alliance-supported amendment to the state's gaming legislation w
Australia's Communications Director Stephen Conroy is conveying his message of stymieing the press and censorship to the innocence of his nation - its vulnerable education system.