Horseshoe in Baltimore has 1,700 jobs to fill, and other casinos expect to lose workers to the new player.
The state’s largest casino continues to live above the $50 million-a-month line.
TV show will film tournament final table and invite-only cash game featuring high-profile players.
The right machine can blow the winter blues away.
Under the Maryland Senate bill, violators caught in a casino would face fines.
Legislator proposes required coverage in parking lots, other non-gaming areas. What’s in Maryland’s code?
Suspects allegedly purchased $150,000 worth of counterfeit casino chips online. Charges against two others sought.
Casino offers a rare glimpse of its closed-circuit surveillance system.
Highlights from the monthly casino compliance report, including counterfeit cash and a parking lot robbery.
More than 1,200 cameras track gamblers and employees’ every move to spot the ‘dishonest minority.’
With many roads impassable, Valentine’s Day flower deliveries might take until Sunday — or later.
The Beatles first U.S. concert was on Feb. 11, 1964 in D.C.’s Coliseum. Here’s the tale of the historic visit, as told by some of the people who lived it.
With regional monopoly gone, W.V. casino’s revenues are plunging.
Hot streak continues as casino generates $53.7 million in gambling revenue in January.
Decision clears the way for Maryland’s sixth casino, MGM National Harbor.
Proposal to allow Hampton Roads casino passes 7-5.
Contestants attempt to make the meals more edible at MRE Cook-off at Marine museum in Triangle, Va.
A Lunar New Year celebration at Maryland’s largest casino is good fortune and good business.
Maryland Live Casino announces state’s largest poker tournament.
Highlights from the monthly casino compliance report, including , false theft charges and an unattended child.
J. Freedom du Lac is an enterprise reporter for The Post, covering history, gambling, people and places. Previously, he served as the paper’s pop music critic. Freedom is his given middle name. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 334-5268.