Nation Aug 11

Inside Atlantic City’s boom and bust

In 1976, Atlantic City, NJ -- long an iconic seaside resort and home to a legendary boardwalk -- became the first location outside Nevada to legalize casinos. But by 2014, four of Atlantic City’s twelve casinos had closed, costing nearly…

Nation Nov 12

New York’s fantasy sports showdown: What happens next?

NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent letters Tuesday to fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel saying he considered their daily contests to be illegal gambling. He threatened legal action unless they stop accepting play from New…

Mar 21

Here’s why your March Madness pool is illegal

If you’re a college hoops fan, you've likely been waiting all year for the NCAA's March Madness tournament. You made your picks, filled out your bracket, wagered a few dollars. But it turns out, you're also breaking the law.

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