Stores that have sold jackpot-winning lottery tickets get flooded with buyers, and all sellers profit from sales commissions.
As the payout for Wednesday's drawing grows, America again starts dreaming big. If history is any guide, people in the Keystone State can dream a little bigger.
A judge rules that Atlantic City's 'Borgata Babes' knew what they were getting into when they took the job.
She recently apologized for her concert in Turkmenistan, but celebrities have long traded hefty paychecks to appear in questionable venues.
A footwear dispute between casino waitresses and management spotlights issues ranging from health care costs to workers' rights.
It's all about sports rivalries as the Penguins face off against the Bruins in the semifinal round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The multistate lottery has a bit of fun on its website. Of course, it's easy to be lighthearted when you're giving away $600 million.
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New study finds members of this global elite are stashing an average $600 million each in cash -- 10 times more than a year ago.
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