The 'Jeopardy!' champion has two children with his wife, Mindy.
The Bloomberg campaign's attempt to name-check the game show champ didn't go well.
The win-streak champ went head to head with James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter in the quiz show’s “Greatest of All Time” tournament.
The "Greatest of All Time" tournament is already delivering some stellar moments.
Former champs James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter squared off in Match 1 of the GOAT showdown.
The 2004 record holder even jabbed at Holzhauer's stiff smile in a lighthearted exchange on Twitter.
The man who had made his name with big, bold bets did something very unusual in Monday night's episode.
The "Jeopardy!" champ won 32 straight games and was just short of Ken Jennings' earnings record heading into Monday's episode.
The gambling disclosure spiced up a routine 30th consecutive victory as Holzhauer neared Ken Jennings' earnings record.
The game show host also told "Good Morning America" that Holzhauer's run has changed his perception about all-time champ Ken Jennings' record.