While the actual buildings withstood the force of Sandy, the business side of Atlantic City's casinos and resorts did not fare so well. The casino town had shut down prior to Sandy making landfall on ...
The NCAA says you bet we're gone.
The NCAA has pulled championship sporting events from New Jersey because the state is moving toward allowing sports betting.
Despite the federal ban, New Jersey is moving forward to allow sports betting. John Forbes, President of Monmouth Park Racetrack, talks about about what sports betting will mean for the racetrack.
Ray Lesniak asks why NJ's casinos and racetracks shouldn't enjoy the same benefits that Nevada reaps from its casinos.
Linda Kassekert, who is stepping down from the NJ Casino Control Commission, says because of increased competition, Atlantic City must offer more than just gambling for visitors.
Can the Governor beat Washington over sports betting?
Referred to by Chris Christie as a "close, trusted adviser and friend," Jeff Chiesa has had a front row seat in witnessing the New Jersey governor's rise as a national political star.
You can look over the odds and the point spreads and the player injury reports.....but hold your game bet for now.
FDU PublicMind Poll director Peter Woolley thinks the trend is moving in favor of permitting it.
Will improved safety and new entertainment and gaming venues lure visitors?
Now that voters have said "yes" to sports betting, NJToday contributor Dick Sheeran says Atlantic City’s 11 gambling houses would get a boost that’s been sorely needed after several years of ...
Bill Pascrell says it will be legal to bet on sports by the start of the 2012 football season.
For the past two months, mailboxes have been stuffed with broadsides from Democrat and Republican camps blasting each other in words and unflattering pictures.
Although Governor Chris Christie's name won't appear on the ballot, tomorrow's election is widely expected to be a referendum on his performance.