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The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are joining forces to counteract threats to their gaming empire.


Chief George Tiger has defended his decision to sign a deal that promoted another tribe's casino.


Chief George Tiger continues to face pressure to step down in response to a gaming deal he signed in 2009.


The tribe is withdrawing from a commercial gaming project in order to concentrate on a new battle over its expansion plans.


Chief George Tiger has denied any wrongdoing but tribal members and council leaders are angry.


The tribe already owns the 175 acres where the Emerald Downs sits.


Chief George Tiger said the agreement to promote the Kialegee Tribal Town casino was never a secret.


The tribe's 152-acre reservation was placed in trust earlier this week.


The council vote was symbolic but angry tribal members are planning to start a petition to remove George Tiger from office.


Chief George Tiger denies any wrongdoing in signing a deal to work as a consultant for another tribe.


The tribe hopes to manage a commercial casino in the southeastern part of the state.


The tribe invested $1.5 million in a project that never got off the ground.


The Louisiana-based tribe paid $6 million for a site in DeKalb County, Georgia.


The tribe won't have to repay a $10 million loan simply because a non-Indian facility has opened in the state.


The Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort will operate as usual and the Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino is on track to open this fall.


Poydras Gaming Finance Corp. will supply 600 Class III machines and provide up to $5.5 million for renovations and developments at two facilities.


The Shinnecocks were partnered with another firm but that relationship appears to have come to an end.


Construction on the $25 million expansion will start in the spring and last 12 months.


The tribe will remain protected by sovereign immunity in a dispute with an outside company.


Tribal members rejected plans to buy a hotel and build a $31 million casino at the site.


The Talking Stick Resort Arena is located on land that was once a part of the tribe's reservation.


The home of the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Mercury could be known as the Talking Stick Arena.


The Pala Interactive site is expected to be up and running within two weeks.


One license for the southeastern region of Kansas is up for grabs.


But Chairman Cedric Cromwell and Vice Chairman Jessie Baird hint that the figure is near or over $100 million.


Lakes Entertainment lost an arbitration dispute with an investor in the tribe's casino.


The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma continues its streak of major gaming-related developments.


The tribe is working with a Las Vegas casino developer on the project.


The tribe's business corporation agreed to a waiver of sovereign immunity.


Exceptional Gaming had been managing the Paragon Casino Resort for the past 14 years but the tribe decided to let the contract expire this month.


The Gila River Arena is about a mile from the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino site.


The developer behind the troubled project has since sold its stake in the venture.


The proposed site is less than 40 miles from the tribe's flagship gaming facility.


The tribe wants to move an existing casino to a new site on the waterfront but a lawsuit in tribal court could stop the project.


Former investors claimed they were owed $74 million, plus interest.


The tribe paid $9.1 million to save the track from bankruptcy and now holds a lien on the property.


The tribe is still in negotiations to purchase an existing hotel on the waterfront.


Tribe signs loan package worth $145 million.


Casino spent $1.3 million on advertising in the most recent season.


Plans call for a casino on the waterfront in Rensselaer, across the river from the state capitol.


Global Gaming Solutions, a tribal subsidiary, plans to manage the proposed casino.


The tribe is partnering with Win, a social gaming platform.


Management contract was due to run for seven years until a new deal entered the mix.


Lawsuit was filed in Washington state court.


Group faces June 30 deadline to negotiate a host agreement and secure local approval.

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