Here's what you need to know about the decision that will let states legalize and regulate sports gambling.
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Leslie Alexander has been owner for 24 years.
The Japanese PM's approval rating fell by 6 percent in a month.
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The burglary crew drove forklifts through walls, cut phone lines to disable alarms, and jackhammered safes from floors.
FanDuel Co-Founder Tom Griffiths spoke glowingly about a Virginia law that makes daily fantasy sports legal.
That's up eight percent from Super Bowl 49.
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The state's Gaming Control Board, which found they constitute unlicensed gambling.
Even though the federal government doesn't consider it gambling.
Despite breaking baseball's cardinal rule, the infamous Cincinatti legend still gets plenty of love.
A new Defense Department audit found that the employees used their government-issued credit cards for personal use.