Connecticut, Tribes Sue Feds Over Stalled Action On CompactConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state and two federally recognized tribes are suing the federal government for failing to act on compact changes needed before a new casino can be built to compete with the MGM casino in Springfield, Massachusetts.
MGM Pitches Park City CasinoMGM Resorts International has announced plans for a $675 million waterfront casino in Connecticut's largest city.
Pequot Tribal Leader To Receive Achievement AwardA reclusive tribal leader who laid the groundwork for the Foxwoods Resort Casino is making a rare appearance this weekend to receive an award.
Windsor Locks Residents Divided On CasinoSome residents welcome the jobs a casino would bring, but others worried about the social cost of gambling addiction.
Report Suggests State Could Lose Big With Springfield CasinoThe General Assembly's fiscal office is predicting Connecticut could lose $68.3 million in revenue once MGM Resorts International's planned casino opens in nearby Springfield, Massachusetts, in the fall of 2018.
Connecticut Tribal Leaders Speak Out Against Trump's RemarksLeaders of the tribe that owns the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut are speaking out over past remarks by Donald Trump that they describe as bigoted, and current campaign rallies they say disrespect Native Americans.
Connecticut Tribes Seek Proposals For Border Casino SitesThe Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes on Thursday began the process of seeking potential locations for a jointly run casino north of Hartford to compete with a casino planned for nearby Springfield, Massachusetts.
Report Says New Casinos Would Siphon Millions Of Dollars From State
Former Tribal Chairman Appeals Theft ConvictionA former leader of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation imprisoned for stealing from the tribe is appealing his conviction.
Former Tribal Treasurer Asking For No Prison In TheftThe former treasurer for the tribe that owns and operates the Foxwoods Resort Casino is asking to be spared prison time for theft, saying he reformed himself after the sudden wealth of his tribe led to a false sense of entitlement.
Layoffs Looming At Foxwoods
Connecticut Tribe Drops Tax Suit Appeal