Since a Supreme Court ruling in May, five states have legalized sports gambling and three more are looking into it
If silly cross-sport prop betting is your thing, this fight's for you.
The Solicitor General urged the Supreme Court to reject New Jersey's sports gambling case, and left open the door for a gambling free-for-all.
In the near future, the Supreme Court could hear important cases on legalized sports gambling, college athlete pay-for-play, and Deflategate-style arbitration. Here's how Trump's new nominee could tilt the legal playing field.
The Supreme Court Just Asked The Trump Administration To Weigh In On Legal Sports Betting In New Jersey
New Jersey's long-shot bid to legalize sports betting has reached the Supreme Court, and could be hurt or helped by Trump's pick for Solicitor General.
The 1919 Black Sox scandal is a baseball and pop culture touchstone, but a lesser-known 1927 case involving many of the same players arguably did more to change the course of baseball history.
In 1946, gamblers asked two New York Giants to throw the NFL championship game, touching off a scandal that in some ways still resonates.
If you want to understand why professional tennis is vulnerable to corruption and match-fixing, spend some time with the sport's underpaid minor leaguers.
Every major American sports league is starting to favor legalized sports gambling. Except for the NFL. A rigorous review of the league's history reveals why.
Sports gambling has long been dominated by men, but Kelly Stewart, a.k.a. KellyinVegas, is well on her way to becoming one of the world's most popular handicappers.