Winning tickets for an estimated $636 million Mega Millions jackpot, the second biggest in U.S. lottery history, were sold in San Jose, California and Atlanta, Georgia, lottery officials said late on Tuesday evening.
By Tuesday's drawing, players should have bought enough tickets to cover 65 percent to 75 percent of the 259 million possible
AP story on the Mega Millions jackpot continues below: But that hasn't stopped aspiring multimillionaires from playing the
"Absolutely everyone is talking about it," said Lapeer resident Ron Trandell, one of the customers at the suddenly busy gas
Controversy erupted over the weekend when Wilson, 37, claimed that she had one of the three winning tickets in last Friday's
Mirlande Wilson, an employee at a Maryland McDonald’s, claims she holds a winning ticket, which would make her one of three
Here's what they came up with: So, should you play? But with $500 million on the line--the largest jackpot any U.S. lottery
Seems like a lot of lottery winners want to tear up the ticket. Some don't verbalize the thought. They just run through the money as fast as they can. Having unlimited wealth is a dream for many people. However, I keep running into others, consciously or subconsciously, who hate the idea of being rich.
Many young people who blow their money look back and wish they had a second chance to do it right.
The nation's two biggest lottery games are talking about cross-selling tickets in U.S. lottery jurisdictions with the potential