Kelly Clarkson, the show's first winner, has probably earned about $40 million. Many who didn't win the top prize are doing very well.
What government giveth, government can taketh away.
If the Missouri model works out, the company's charitable foundation hopes to open hundreds of 'pay what you can' cafes.
Learn to cook, keep in touch with your friends, exercise and marry the right person -- these are all keys to financial success.
A California woman will spend her $2 million scratch-off lottery prize on her animal rescue operation.
Hey, 'boomerang' kids: Your parents may want a life of their own. Why not let them have it?
News reports about how Jim Kennedy survived on rewards points accumulated during his corporate life led to the new position.
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