What first appeared as if it was going to be a competitive set of primaries now have former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and real estate magnate-turned reality TV star Donald Trump as strong favorites.
Online gambling events promoter Michael Caselli had his teeth re-aligned while attending the 50th birthday bash for Bodog.eu founder Calvin Ayre.
A Pittsburgh casino slot machine that was supposed to have paid only $12 ended up dispersing $24,988 to one lucky casino slots player.
Internet sportsbook World Sports Exchange (www.wsex.com) is approaching a milestone of sorts.
The online gambling affiliate world continues to have rattled nerves as July quickly approaches and more affiliate programs shut down.
A Costa Rican online sportsbook that mostly deals in credit, BetEagle, is the latest to switch over to the .AG extension.
BetEAGLE.com is known to have a good reputation overall and has been around the industry for some time.
The mystery surrounding the 2004 unsolved murder of a Niagara Falls native in Las Vegas was profiled Friday night on NBC's Dateline program.
The body of 26 year old Theresa Insana was found in November 2004 in a drainage ditch at a construction site in Las Vegas. She had been working as a manager at the Rio Casino and Hotel after moving from Niagara Falls. Police found there were bloodstains in her home and on her car.
A popular event organizer for the online gambling sector, Michael Caselli, had several of his teeth knocked out while attending a clandestine industry event in Costa Rica Thursday.
Ted Sevansky the disgraced handicapper who can be heard touting his picks in the Las Vegas radio market has now officially lost his home.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he wants a lawsuit filed by DraftKings to be moved to another venue or dismissed entirely.