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Law firm's report says DraftKings employee locked roster before receiving data
A DraftKings employee who accidentally published internal data the same weekend he won $350,000 on a rival site did not have access to the information before he set his winning lineup, according to an investigation performed for DraftKings by an outside law firm. A statement released by DraftKings
Politicians Root, Root, Root for the Road Team at Their Own Risk
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie , a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan, gets excited when The Boys win. Really, really excited: ] /> Christie cozied up to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones Sunday in his private box in Texas. When Big D clinched its victory over the Detroit Lions , Christie initiated a double high
EXCLUSIVE: Read the Secret Emails of the Men Who May Run Hillary Clinton's Campaign
For the past five years, a prominent Democratic operative who is a leading contender to manage a Hillary Clinton presidential campaign has maintained a private email listserv for friends and associates that carries a provocative name: the “Mook Mafia.” The listserv, which one member said reaches
2014 Midterm Elections: Republicans Take Control of Senate and House
Sen. Mitch McConnell likely to take over as majority leader as Democrats lose out.
Miranda Lambert Talks 9 CMA Nominations
The country superstar set the record for most nominations for a female artist ever at the CMAs.
5 Winners and Losers From the Midterm Elections
On a night when Republicans took over the Senate and Democrats experienced even more losses than they were originally expecting, some of the longer-term winners and losers were people who didn't have their name on a ballot. Fortuitous fundraising and a focus on presidential prospects helped a few
Governor Race Round-Up
ABC News' George Stephanopoulos summarizes the major gubernatorial races of 2014.
Election Results 2014: Republicans Take Control of Governorships in MD, AR, IL, MA
Republicans, now projected to take control of the Senate and build on their House majority, also made a strong showing in gubernatorial races around the country. GOP candidates in Maryland, Arkansas, Illinois and Massachusetts all took control of governor's seats that were previously held by
Election 2014 Firsts: Meet the History-Makers of the Midterms
Election Night 2014 brought several "firsts" across the country. With their victories, these are the elected officials who made history on Tuesday night. First Elected African-American Senator From South Carolina Republican Tim Scott became South Carolina’s first elected black senator tonight with
How Low They Can Go
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES WITH CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS VIRTUALLY UPON US, public disapproval of the Democrats in Congress has hit a new high in ABC News-Washington Post polls dating back 20 years. And disapproval of their Republican counterparts — while not a record — is...