- 3 plead guilty to running international sports betting ring Updated: May-01-15 9:17 pm
SAN DIEGO - Three men charged with running an illegal international sports gambling ring that made millions have pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy in San Diego.
- Defense asking US judge to toss out FBI ruse case in Vegas Updated: Apr-28-15 7:52 pm
LAS VEGAS - Bolstered by a federal judge's ruling that the FBI violated a wealthy Malaysian businessman's constitutional rights when agents searched his Las Vegas Strip suite last summer, defense attorneys are trying to get the case thrown out.
- Attorney General files charge against head of poker site Updated: Apr-28-15 5:59 pm
LAS VEGAS - Nevada gambling regulators, led by state Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt, announced a first-of-its-kind prosecution Tuesday of a man they say ran an unlicensed online poker website from Las Vegas using the Internet currency bitcoin.
- Judge says FBI ruse violated rights of Vegas hotel guest Updated: Apr-17-15 7:30 pm
LAS VEGAS - The FBI violated the rights of a wealthy Malaysian businessman when agents posed as Internet repairmen to get into his Las Vegas suite to search for evidence of wrongdoing during the World Cup soccer tournament last summer, a federal judge ruled Friday.
- NC high court allows electronic gaming convictions to stand Updated: Apr-17-15 5:46 pm
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina's highest court has allowed two electronic gaming convictions to stand in a decision that authorities say will strengthen their ability to shut down illegal gambling operations.
- Casinos seek to work with states to cut illegal gambling Updated: Apr-13-15 4:38 pm
BILOXI, Mississippi - The nation's casino owners and gambling machine makers say they want to team with states to crack down on illegal gambling.
- Casinos seek to work with states to cut illegal gambling Updated: Apr-13-15 2:58 pm
BILOXI, Mississippi - The nation's casino owners and gambling machine makers want to team with states to crack down on illegal gambling.