The contest asks party members to donate money in order to win a chance to meet the leader at Labour's annual conference.
Two of the seven officers arrested Wednesday have been docked vacation days in the past after allegations of serious misconduct, secret files exclusively revealed by BuzzFeed News show.
But game developers argue they are needed to keep up with the increasing cost of making games.
The party has arrived!
888 Is In Trouble For An Ad Showing A "Depressed" Man Gambling To Pay For His Wife’s Cancer Treatment
Online betting firm 888.com, which was last week issued a record fine by the Gambling Commission, has been found to have engaged in "irresponsible" advertising.
"I'm going to retire early."
...and they landed right in the hands of the NSW Greens gambling spokesperson.
"I just wanna throw sh*t"
“It is often described as the closest thing to a black hole humans will ever see.”
“It looks like a rip in space.”
The 57-year-old fraudster used sleight of hand and some sandpaper to dupe his opponents.
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.
There were three times as many suspicious match alerts in tennis last year than in all other sports combined, a report obtained by BuzzFeed News has revealed.
All it took was a few sunny days — or some Mets wins — to make supposedly savvy New Yorkers start betting on the lottery, statisticians report.
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.
But there's a few things you should know before you take a punt.
The decision on Wednesday made Illinois the third state to shut down daily fantasy sports sites after deeming them to be games of gambling, not skill.
The New York Attorney General has called daily fantasy sports "gambling."
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.
Federal investigators reportedly have asked players whether fantasy sports site employees "passed along proprietary information" or "preyed on players in contests."
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.
When slot machines were legalized 14 years ago for the New York Lottery, they were supposed to pay the vast majority of their profits to education. Today they pay less than half.
Viva Las Vegas!
"Delete your account, dissolve your company and take a vow of silence."
Do people actually get peed on?
A unit that operates more than 50 Caesars hotels and casinos has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Chicago. A number of hedge funds are crying foul and demanding an investigation into what went wrong.
Court documents allege the Federal Bureau of Investigation had Caesar’s Palace employees shut off an internet connection so that its agents could dress up as technicians and gain access to several rooms. A professional poker player and an alleged World Cup betting ring.
Raghunandan Yandamuri committed the murders during a botched kidnapping in Pennsylvania in 2012.
The Donald Trump-founded company adds to growing list of casinos closing in New Jersey.
What happens in Vegas stays with you forever.
Mayor Rob Ford has accepted the terms of a bet by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams over the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors NBA playoff series. The wager: not beer.
Brackets are VERY big business.
This week for BuzzReads, Andrew Rice examines the rise and demise of a website that allowed you to gamble on current events. Read that and these other great stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.
DraftStreet, the fantasy sports website that allows for daily and weekly instead of full-season play, will bring 40 players to Las Vegas to compete in a tournament with a $1 million grand prize, the largest single guaranteed award in fantasy sports history.
Some of these horses will be competing in the Kentucky Derby this Saturday. Can you guess which ones are fake?
Odds-on crazy for the win. Pass the mint julep.
Because it's only 213 days until the NFL returns to all our lives.
Everybody... Gamblers gonna gamble.
The online futures site, popular during the presidential campaign, shuts its doors in response to a federal lawsuit.