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Larry Flynt v. City of Gardena Goes to Infamous Publisher in Casino Tax Squabble

Larry Flynt Gardena casino tax battle

Infamous publisher Larry Flynt won his squabble with the city of Gardena in Southern California this week. The battle was around a disputed economic package for his Hustler and Normandie casinos. Flynt purchased the Normandie, the Golden State’s oldest card club, earlier this month, after its previous owners had run into licensing difficulties. Members of the…Read More

Manny Pacquiao Ending Retirement, Floyd Mayweather Rematch Rumored for 2017

Manny Pacquiao comeback Floyd Mayweather

Manny Pacquiao announced his retirement after beating Timothy Bradley in April, his 58th professional boxing win against just six losses. Three months later, the Filipino boxing great already has the itch to reenter the ring. The political arena in the United States is offering up plenty of drama and theatrics. But for Pacquiao, who has…Read More

GOP Online Gambling Ban Stance Reversed, Nominee Trump Makes Acceptance Speech

Donald Trump RNC online gambling stance reversal

The GOP online gambling stance may not have been the most compelling issue of a very heated and contentious presidential campaign. But news that the Republican Party has now reversed a previous push to ban Internet gambling at the federal level should nonetheless be welcome to Americans who like to gamble on their laptops and…Read More

Rio Terror Plot Foiled by Brazilian Authorities, Vegas Defends Summer Olympics Sports Betting

Rio terror plot Brazil Olympics security

A Rio terror plot planned to be carried out by sympathizers of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has been intercepted. Brazilian authorities disclosed this week that 10 individuals have been arrested on suspicion of carrying out an attack during the upcoming Olympics. With just 15 days until the opening ceremonies and on…Read More

Valve Gives Skin Gambling Sites Ten Days to Shut Themselves Down

Valve threatens to shut down Counter-Strike skin gambling sites

The Valve Corporation is making good on its word to dismantle the multi-billion dollar industry in skins gambling that has grown up around its hit video game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) over the past few years. The games maker, which also owns the Steam distribution platform, has sent violation notices to 23 skin betting…Read More