Future of sports betting: The bettors
Editor's note: Part 1 of ESPN's future of sports betting series focused on the paths to legalization in the United States and what the resulting marketplace could look like. Part 2 focuses on the bettors in this future landscape. There is an ongoing arms race between elite sports betting
The Latest: Scuffles, Arrests at Danish Anti-Islam March
Danish police say at least 10 people were detained after scuffles broke out Saturday when officers kept apart supporters of an anti-Islam group and counterdemonstrators who erected barricades and lit bonfires to block their way through Copenhagen
Scott World Firefighter Combat Challenge Extinguishes ABC News Reporter
ABC News' Michael Koenigs attempted to complete the 25th Scott World Firefighter Combat Challenge, aka "The toughest two minutes in sports," in Montgomery, AL.
How the Emmy Categories Have Changed Over Time
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and FivetThirtyEight's Walter Hickey talk about what to expect at this year's Emmy Awards.
Brexit Vote Prompts Talk of a UK Breakup
Brexit could now threaten the unity of the United Kingdom as Scotland and Northern Ireland raise the prospect of holding their own referendums to leave the U.K. The option of an independence referendum for Scotland is "on the table,” Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today, speaking shortly
‘End of a World': Leaders Express A Grim Reality Over Brexit Vote
World leaders reacted swiftly to the United Kingdom 's historic vote to leave the European Union , with many expressing deep concern and uncertainty over the referendum. French President Francois Hollande said this morning he will meet with Italian Premier Matteo Renzi and German Chancellor Angela
British PM David Cameron Announces He Will Resign, Says UK Needs 'Fresh Leadership'
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced this morning that he will step down as prime minister in the fall, saying the country needs "fresh leadership." His announcement follows U.K. voters' historic decision by referendum to leave the European Union . He said he will continue as prime
Brexit: Leave Is in the Lead as More Than 95% of Results Have Been Declared
As more than 95 percent of the results have been declared, the Leave campaign is leading in the crucial referendum on whether the United Kingdom will stay in the European Union or leave. The Leave campaign is leading with about 52 percent of the votes so far against Remain's about 48 percent -- but
British Parliament Member Joanne Cox Killed in Gun, Stabbing Attack
A British member of Parliament was killed in a broad daylight shooting and stabbing after a town hall meeting at a library in West Yorkshire, England. "Jo Cox, MP for Batley and Spenborough, was attacked and fatally wounded on Market Street," temporary Chief Constable Dee Collins told a news