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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
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
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...
Hillary Clinton Showers Elizabeth Warren With ‘Love’
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Elizabeth Warren both stumped for Massachusetts governor candidate Martha Coakley today, and one thing was clear: Hillary hearts Elizabeth. "I love watching Elizabeth," Clinton gushed about the populist Massachusetts senator. "You know, give it to those who deserve to get
The Final Primary Elections: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Delaware, Rhode Island and New York
After weeks of primaries and now just 56 days away from Election Day, it’s time for the final primer for the last primary day of the season. The final states to vote before November are New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Delaware and Rhode Island, with a gubernatorial...
Why Supreme Court Ruling Sends Abortion Rights Groups Back to the Drawing Board
Back in January, Chief Justice John Roberts did not ask one question during oral arguments in a case concerning whether a Massachusetts law that provides a 35-foot buffer zone around the entrances of abortion clinics violated the First Amendment. That was a very rare thing...