The winner of a $1.5 billion Mega Millions drawing nearly two years ago was a victim in a $107 million fraud scheme, authorities say.
In oral arguments on Thursday, a government attorney reasserted that the 2018 DOJ opinion won't impact lotteries' operations.
The Illinois Supreme Court's ruling Friday that daily fantasy is not gambling could, in a roundabout way, bring online poker to the state.
A contentious lawsuit between a sports gambler and Dover Downs in Delaware has reached a conclusion, as the parties agreed to settle.
Whether from ignorance or resentment of tax code, gamblers are flouting IRS rules when they fail to report winnings on tax returns.
The New Hampshire Lottery reasserted its efforts to fight the claim that the Wire Act applies to all forms of wagering crossing state lines.
The brother of Chicago Bears Hall of Fame linebacker Brian Urlacher was among 10 people charged with running an illegal sports betting ring.