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'Fantasy 5' jackpot winner buys ticket in Miami

One "Fantasy 5" game player in Miami selected all five winning numbers to win a jackpot worth $217,345.34, the Florida Lottery says.

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Man named 'God' sues credit rating agency

A Brooklyn businessman is suing a credit rating agency because they won't accept his first name -- God.

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Atlanta archbishop to vacate mansion

After coming under sharp criticism and issuing an apology earlier this week, the Archbishop of Atlanta announced Saturday that he would vacate his $2.2 million mansion in early May.

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Starbucks sorry for satanic symbols in coffee foam

Starbucks has apologized to a Louisiana woman who complained about satanic symbols drawn in her coffee foam.

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Calif. man claims $425M Powerball prize

You and I got pranked on April Fools' Day. B. Raymond Buxton got paid.

The California man picked up a giant check for $425 million Tuesday after turning in the winning ticket for the February 19 Powerball drawing.

After choosing the cash option,…

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Mega Money jackpot rolls overs to $550,000

No tickets matched all four numbers plus the Mega Ball, meaning the jackpot rolls over to $550,000 million, Florida Lottery officials said Saturday.

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Bloomberg editor resigns over China spat

A senior Bloomberg News journalist quit his role earlier this month, saying the "mishandling" by his bosses of a story critical of China was behind his departure, amid suggestions that the New York-based company is pushing a financial strategy for…

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French lawsuit targets Google, Twitter and Facebook

France's top consumer watchdog filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Facebook, Twitter and Google, accusing them of breaching Internet users' privacy, in the latest crackdown against data-collection policies.

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Cuba gives doctors, nurses raises

Cuba is giving hundreds of thousands of medical workers raises that in some cases exceed 100 percent.

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Anti-austerity demo turns violent in Madrid

Cleanup was under way Sunday on damage to bus stops and outdoor cafes in central Madrid after austerity protests turned violent Saturday night in the Spanish capital and left 101 people injured. There were 24 arrests.


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