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- What We Know About the Record Breaking Powerball Jackpot's Mystery Winner
The frenzy for last minute tickets is over. The numbers have been picked out. Somewhere, a single person is $590.5 million richer. Last night's record Powerball jackpot has a winner but we have no idea who that person is yet.
- Report: Obama Administration Apologizes for Another National Security Leak
“Can you imagine if things were reversed and somebody did that to the U.S.?"
- How to Ruin Your Professional Reputation
Your professional reputation is enormously important; it's what will make people want to work with you, hire you and respect you as a colleague. It can be your safety net - getting you work when you need it, and putting you in a position where you have options and don't need to stay in a bad situation or take the first opportunity that comes along.
- Everybody is Dreading Monday's 'Carmageddon'
Friday's horrifying crash on the Metro North railway in Connecticut has halted train service for hundreds of thousands of daily commuters in and out of New York City. And as the big Monday commute approaches, officials want you to know that the highways probably can't handle the anticipated influx of extra cars.
- GE to receive $6.5B in dividends from finance arm
General Electric Co. said Monday that it will receive $6.5 billion in dividends from its finance arm this year as the conglomerate works on reducing the size of its GE Capital financial arm. GE Capital ...
- Meet the World’s Largest Lethal Bird Trap
Since the time of the pharaohs, Egyptians have raised nets every autumn along the Mediterranean, to capture golden orioles, nightingales and corncrakes as they wing their way south for the winter. It's an ancient tradition, but in recent years the custom has gotten out of hand.
- Dear American Consumers: Please don t start eating healthfully. Sincerely, the Food Industry
Dear American Consumers: Please don t start eating healthfully. Sincerely, the Food Industry
- Victims: Marines failed to safeguard water supply
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (AP) — A simple test could have alerted officials that the drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated, long before authorities determined that as many as a million Marines and their families were exposed to a witch's brew of cancer-causing chemicals.