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Caesars: Online Bets Might Hurt Land-Based Casinos

The world's largest casino company is cautioning investors that Internet gambling might hurt rather than help its brick-and-mortar casinos.

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Suit Spotlights Police Brutality Complaints in Atlantic City

A federal judge is raising questions about the Atlantic City police department's handling of brutality complaints against its officers.

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Showboat (Flickr User Javier Rapoport)
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NJ Fines Showboat Casino for Unshuffled Cards

New Jersey's top casino regulator has fined the Showboat casino hotel $7,000 for playing games with unshuffled cards, and violating rules regarding the money counting room.

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Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian
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Atlantic City Mayor-Elect Asks Residents for Help [AUDIO]

Atlantic City Mayor-Elect Don Guardian has not even assumed office officially, but already the Republican is plotting out the course of his term.

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Online Gaming Starts Strong [POLL/AUDIO]

Internet gambling has been live for a little over ten days in New Jersey, but more than 50,000 online accounts have already been created.

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Online Gambling Sites
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NJ Online Gaming Starts Today [AUDIO]

It’s a major day for New Jersey’s gambling industry, but Atlantic City casinos haven’t been making a big deal about it.

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Atlantic City Mayor-elect Don Guardian
Atlantic City Mayor-elect Don Guardian (NBC 40)
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Leaders Discuss Atlantic City’s Future

State Senate President Stephen Sweeney is meeting with Atlantic City's new mayor.

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Atlantic City May Place Cameras on Cops

Officials are considering whether to place cameras on Atlantic City police officers.

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Port Authority Chairman David Samson joins Senate President Steve Sweeney and United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek at Newark International Airport in Newark, N.J. to announce United Airlines adding routes in and out of Atlantic City Airport on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Port Authority Chairman David Samson joins Senate President Steve Sweeney and United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek at Newark International Airport in Newark, N.J. to announce United Airlines adding routes in and out of Atlantic City Airport on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Officials Ramp Up Atlantic City Tourism Efforts [AUDIO]

Starting next April, United Airlines will offer non-stop service from Houston and Chicago to Atlantic City.

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Can Atlantic City Casinos Break Their Slump? [AUDIO]

Atlantic City casinos have been dealing poor revenue figures month-after-month for years, but an industry expert predicts a slight turnaround for the struggling gaming halls in the near future.

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