Gambling industry hopes casino mogul in White House pays off

The American Gaming Association told The Associated Press it has asked Trump for fewer regulations, approval of sports betting, a crackdown on illegal gambling, tax reform and immigration policies that don’t dry up the flow of overseas gamblers — and workers — to U.S. casinos.

Low turnout at city warming centers

An estimated 300 people sleep on the streets of Fort Wayne, but only about 40 people are staying the night in warming centers to get away from bitter cold temperatures.

US fails to renegotiate arms control rule for hacking tools

The international arms control arrangement makes it easier to export tools related to hacking and surveillance software. U.S. officials had wanted more precise language to control the spread of such hacking tools without the unintended negative consequences for national cybersecurity and research that industry groups and lawmakers have complained about for months.