winning the lottery
Some dreams really do come true.
The jackpot is the seventh largest in U.S. history.
We're all winners, folks.
$700 million could (and probably will) be yours!
When you're pushing your limits -- with money, work and goals -- some of these scenarios start looking pretty attractive. It just takes one brutal day to re-ignite your daydreams about that freaky guy from Chem class who was destined to be a billionaire.
A wise man once told me that if he could wish one thing upon his worst enemy, it would be that he was forced to receive whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted it.
What is happiness? And where is it found? And further still, if we found it, how would we know that what we found is actually it?
H/T The Daily Mail Meanwhile, Carly Wiggett, 23, and her friend Becky Witt, 24, can't wrap their heads around the $523,786
As for this week’s three jackpot winners in Minnesota and New Jersey, they’ll split the prize, each taking home around $58.6
Your chance of winning the lottery on a single ticket is one in 175 million. That seems tiny, and it is. In fact, it's so small that it is difficult for us to grasp. Understanding how small this number is provides the key to understanding how likely -- or unlikely -- it is you will become the next big winner of the Powerball jackpot.
Just call Melvyn Wilson "Mr. Lucky." The retired postal worker and Woodbridge, Va., native just won the lottery for the fourth time.
It's unknown whether anyone had ever hit three six-figure jackpots before in Virginia Lottery history, but Wilson isn't America's
Amazingly, Wilson isn't the first to win a jackpot on her birthday. Daniel Fontes won a $20,000 lottery prize in Connecticut
As someone who listens to people for a living, I am often waiting to hear small truths in statements that could be written off as pipe dreams. In every big dream that is dependent on the lottery, there are little ones that need expressing right now.
Robert Salo, an incredibly lucky 18-year-old high school student from Brooklyn, New York, has won one thousand dollars a
That's the implication of a paper published in 2010 by researchers at Vanderbilt University, the University of Kentucky and
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