fantasy sports

ESPN is under fire for airing a fantasy football "auction" that evokes images of slavery. But it also reveals an uncomfortable truth.
Gambling advocates believe the NFL's embrace of Sin City could help advance their efforts in Congress and the courtroom.
Their partners in major professional sports won't be there either.
Tennessee is the latest legislature to address the issue, as it looks to tackle gambling laws.
The new rules will provide at least some oversight of the scandal-plagued daily fantasy sports industry.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman asserts that the companies are operating an illegal gambling operation within New York.
No one under 21 could play under proposed regulations from the state's attorney general.
Selma. Stonewall. Winning money because you saw Carson Palmer's upside.
Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman joins "The Second Half" podcast to discuss.
Eric Schneiderman ordered the company to cease operations in the state earlier this week.