A closer look at the family who recently won the largest Powerball drawing so far reveals that some things just aren’t as they seem. A Straight – Laced All-American Family? DESPITE presenting themselves as a straight-laced, all-American family, the Missouri clan who won half of the country’s largest-ever Powerball jackpot […]
He was born and died in Italy, yet the influence on America of a grubby street urchin named Salvatore Lucania ranged from the lights of Broadway to every level of law enforcement, from national politics to the world economy.
Facebook, for better or worse, is like being at a big party with all your friends, family, acquaintances and co-workers.
The cars drove up to the stadium in a steady, orderly stream Monday — some drivers giddy with anticipation as they entered and shaking with excitement as they exited. By 10 a.m. 2,200 fans had come through Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, to pick up tickets to the star-studded memorial service for pop icon Michael Jackson
It sounds like a homework problem out of a high school math book: What is the probability of rolling a pair of dice 154 times continuously at a craps table, without throwing a seven?
It is a familiar scene these days: employees taking newly laid-off co-workers out for a consolation drink. But which side deserves the sympathy more, the jobless or the still employed
Ten co-workers from New Jersey say they will split a $216 million Mega Millions jackpot, thanks to the five bucks they each kicked into a pool.
Human beings are innately trained to do certain basic things: Eat. Drink. And despise television commercials
Thanks to the California state budget that was approved early Thursday morning, my husband and I relatively new citizens of the Golden State will help bridge the extraordinary $42 billion deficit next year by paying approximately $1,000 in additional taxes, fees and loss of dependent tax credits. And this figure will remain at that level only if we make no purchases for 12 months in an effort to avoid the new 1-cent-on-the-dollar increase in sales tax. It is, of course, a better option than getting laid off, not receiving our 2008 tax refund or being unable to drive through an abandoned highway repair project the brutal realities of a state in freefall with no balanced budget