Twelve sick and starved hounds. Nine dead in a mass grave.
This Minister Who Protested Against A Gambling Crackdown Went To The Races As The Guest Of A Bookmaker
Exclusive: BuzzFeed News has learned that Esther McVey received hospitality from William Hill at the Cheltenham races in March.
Claims world tennis authorities did not respond to rampant corruption.
The sport's governing bodies have been accused of burying a list of 100 players caught gambling on tennis and scapegoating only five of them.
The bookmaker has admitted it encouraged a man with a "serious" addiction to keep placing bets he couldn't afford.
William Hill's debut as the Australian Open's first ever "wagering partner" comes as the tennis world is shaken by evidence of high-level match fixing.
Betting worth billions. Elite players. Violent threats. Covert messages with Sicilian gamblers. And suspicious matches at Wimbledon. Leaked files expose match-fixing evidence that tennis authorities have kept secret for years.
The cease-and-desist order was a huge blow for DraftKings and FanDuel, which are accused of being illegal gambling sites under New York law.
New York's attorney general has opened an investigation into DraftKings and FanDuel, the two most popular fantasy sports websites, after employees allegedly used insider information to profit.
He "randomly decided" to put £50 on Corbyn at 100/1.
THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T LET THE ROBOTS TAKE OVER.
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I bet you didn't know all these tricks.
This is outrageously cute.
President tells ESPN he's "feeling good" about his bracket.
He could've lost plenty, too — but generally only publicizes his winning bets.
Betting-happy Brits seem to think Kate will deliver a brown-haired child — probably a boy — who will not be named "Chardonnay."
MSNBC's conservative morning host hedges that bet with a reminder that liberal elites in Manhattan were convinced Jimmy Carter would beat Ronald Reagan in 1980.