The Supreme Court Made It Easier For More People To Place Bad Sports Bets – FiveThirtyEight



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The Supreme Court Made It Easier For More People To Place Bad Sports Bets
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With the Supreme Court’s landmark gambling decision this week, many more Americans might soon be able to place a legal wager on their favorite sport. So what kind of money are we talking about? The U.S. casino industry says Americans illegally bet at …
Write smart regulations for sports betting in New YorkNewsday
With Supreme Court ruling, sports betting could become a friend and foe to horse racingBaltimore Sun
TV Salivates Over Potential of Sports Betting to Boost Viewers and AdvertisingWall Street Journal
Barron’s –Legal Sports Report –SB Nation –Supreme Court
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TV Salivates Over Potential of Sports Betting to Boost Viewers and Advertising – Wall Street Journal



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TV Salivates Over Potential of Sports Betting to Boost Viewers and Advertising
Wall Street Journal
Media companies think they may have hit the jackpot with the Supreme Court’s ruling on sports betting. On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a federal law that prohibited sports gambling, paving the way for states to make their own decisions about …
The centuries-old history of how sports betting became illegal in the United States in the first placeSB Nation
Ambitious Delaware Might Launch Sports Betting Before New JerseyLegal Sports Report
The NBA’s And MLB’s Challenge In Convincing States To Award A Sports Betting Integrity Or Rights FeeForbes
Investor’s Business Daily
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He said he was a high school freshman. He starred for the basketball team. He was actually 25. – Washington Post



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He said he was a high school freshman. He starred for the basketball team. He was actually 25.
Washington Post
To fans of Hillcrest High’s varsity basketball team, its new star player must have seemed like a gift from above. As it was, Rashun Sidney Richardson had traveled an unusual path, to say the least, to become the Panthers’ leading scorer, considering
Dallas high school basketball star was really a 25-year-old man …Los Angeles Times
Texas High School Basketball Star Turns Out to Be 25-Year-Old Imposter: CopsInside Edition
This Fun Story About a 25-Year-Old Faking His Way Into High School Basketball Turns Out to Be Not Fun at AllEsquire.com
USA TODAY –NBCSports.com –CBS News –Dallas Morning News
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Why World Wrestling Entertainment, Chesapeake Energy, and Williams Partners Jumped Today – Motley Fool



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Why World Wrestling Entertainment, Chesapeake Energy, and Williams Partners Jumped Today
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Despite the quiet day, some companies had good news that pushed their shares sharply higher. World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE), Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK), and Williams Partners (NYSE:WPZ) were among the best performers on the day.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) PT Raised to $60 at Guggenheim on TV Rights DealStreetInsider.com
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. Class A (WWE) Soars 15.42% on May 17Equities.com
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Has Jumped To A New 52-Week HighNasdaq
StockNews.com (blog)
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Two British Rugby Players Have Died After Suffering From 'Breathing Problems' While on Tour in Sri Lanka – TIME



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Two British Rugby Players Have Died After Suffering From ‘Breathing Problems’ While on Tour in Sri Lanka
TIME
Two amateur British rugby players have died after complaining of breathing difficulties while on a tour of Sri Lanka. Thomas Howard, 25, and Thomas Baty, 26, from Durham, England were admitted to hospital on Sunday after visiting a nightclub in the Sri …
Second British amateur rugby player dies on Sri Lanka tourThe Guardian
British rugby players die from ‘breathing difficulties’ on Sri Lanka tourCNN
Mystery surrounds second British rugby player death in Sri Lanka after suffering breathing difficultiesThe Independent
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