If Lou Lang moves fast, it might be a mere matter of weeks before the Skokie state representative has a sports wagering bill ready for inspection by his fellow legislators. And how long could it be until Illinoisans are able to walk into their friendly ... ... read more

Gambling companies should be treated like tobacco firms and forced to display prominent health warnings about the potential harms of betting, according to a cross-party group of MPs and peers concerned about rising levels of addiction. They call for ... ... read more

GREENSBORO — First down and goal to go. The Carolina Panthers are trying to score a touchdown. Think they’ll make it? Your phone buzzes and an alert asks if you’d like to bet on the outcome before the snap. That’s right, bet. Here in North Carolina. ... read more

Some states were getting ready to jump into sports gambling even before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized it last week, lining up legislation that would allow their states to cash in as quickly as possible on millions of dollars in tax revenue. New Jersey ... ... read more

For Russia’s Primorye gambling zone, easy ways for gamblers to come in and out of area are crucial to the success of the gaming hub, which is located outside of Vladivostok. With Chinese players a key demographic, the announcement this week of ... ... read more

Former Major League Baseball catcher Paul Lo Duca took part in a candid interview about sports gambling with The Athletic's Katie Strang, insisting that Hit King and former Big Red Machine great Pete Rose is the reason Lo Duca never bet on a baseball game ... ... read more

The Supreme Court struck down the federal ban on sports gambling, allowing sports books in New Jersey and other states to open. But one major player in the New Jersey gambling world is suing the NFL and other sports leagues for their actions in trying to ... ... read more

What about Obergefell v. Hodges, wherein the Supreme Court forced all states to comply with same-sex marriages. And what of drivers’ licenses? Isn’t every state required to recognize licenses from all other states? As a former Federal prosecutor, Eric ... ... read more