New rules from Beijing prohibit investments in core military technology and anything that endangers national security, according to a report filed by CNBC Monday.
Businessman and reality star Donald Trump is set to be sworn in as the 44th President of the United States on Friday culminating with an inauguration.
BetOnline has released odds on who President-Elect Donald Trump will name to be the next Solicitor General of the United States.
Trump not finishing his term beyond the six month period had odds of 7/4
Among them: A bizarre link to disgraced Internet bookie and ex-con Jay Cohen
Should New Jersey state senator Ray Lesniak (D-Union) be elected Governor, he will undoubtedly become one of the most gambling-friendly state leaders.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn plans to surrender the casino license for his shuttered Trump Taj Mahal casino and wants to make sure that anyone who buys it in the future can't use it as a casino.
Re-election odds of Donald Trump in 2020 still decent at 2-1
There are plenty of Trump betting specials still available now that he is the US President-Elect.
Once Made $2.4 Million Bet on the Super Bowl
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced on Thursday he would halt all online gambling in his country.
Donald Trump will be the first U.S. president to have ever owned a casino, and the gambling industry is wondering how he will handle three major issues: internet gambling, sports betting and daily fantasy sports.
US President-Elect Trump once had a similar price of becoming the next Commander-in-Chief
Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions could be a problem
William Hill says Trump bettors can keep winnings, but implies it won’t pay those who wagered on Hillary
Ten US state Attorney Generals have signed onto a letter asking that online poker be banned.
In a shock move, US President-Elect Donald Trump (or someone who manages his account) blocked lifelong 82-year-old Republican poker icon Doyle Brunson on Twitter.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara indicted executives of three online poker rooms in April 2011
Big name poker pro in recent days has compared his multi-accounting scandal from last year to that of losing Democratic US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s email private server controversy.
British online bookmaker suffers huge losses booking the election
Texas Dolly had reservations about Trump but could never bring himself to support Hillary Clinton
Will President-Elect Donald Trump last his full term, will he arrest Hillary Clinton, build the wall, we got all your latest odds
One British gambler won £1.2 million on Donald Trump becoming the next US President while Ireland’s lost $4.5million after that firm paid out $1million to gamblers who backed Hillary Clinton weeks before Election Day
Following the shock upset win of Donald Trump to become the next US President, one of the biggest stories Wednesday involved California potentially seceding from the United States.
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Sure the fine folks at Paddy Power paid out on all Hillary Clinton bets to become the next US President a few weeks ago and lost over a $1 million in doing so, but they likely gained that twofold in free marketing.
2016 US Presidential Election betting shatters BREXIT wagering record. Donald Trump new US President.
(minus = favorite/pts up) Florida: Clinton -2, Ohio: Trump -2, NC: EVEN, Nevada: Clinton -5, Michigan: Clinton -4, PA: Clinton -5, Utah: Trump -5, Arizona: Trump -3, Iowa: Trump -3.5, Colorado: Clinton -6, Virginia: Clinton -8, Wisconsin: Clinton -8, Alaska: Trump -6.5, Minnesota: Clinton -11, Georgia: Trump -6, New Hampshire: Clinton -3
(minus = favorite/pts up) Florida: Clinton -2, Ohio: Trump -2, NC: EVEN, Nevada: Clinton -5, Michigan: Clinton -4.5, PA: Clinton -5, Utah: Trump -5, Arizona: Trump -3, Iowa: Trump -3.5, Colorado: Clinton -6, Virginia: Clinton -8, Wisconsin: Clinton -8, Alaska: Trump -6.5, Minnesota: Clinton -11, Georgia: Trump -6, New Hampshire: Clinton -3
(minus = favorite/pts up) Florida: Clinton -2.5, Ohio: Trump -2, NC: EVEN, Nevada: Clinton -5, Michigan: Clinton -5, PA: Clinton -5, Utah: Trump -4.5, Arizona: Trump -3, Iowa: Trump -4, Colorado: Clinton -6, New Hampshire: Clinton -3
Powerball officials say there was no grand prize winner in the latest drawing, meaning one of the nation's largest lottery jackpots will continue growing.