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John said he did not make enough money to play every week."Actually, I was on way home from work, and she had called me and she said, 'Are you going to stop and get a couple lottery tickets?'" John told NBC."I really didn't feel like stopping that night, but I was like, 'Yeah, I'll stop'... I wasn't feeling good, and I handed the tickets to her and said, 'I'm going to go lay down,'" he said.
Vanessa, who lives in Temple Hills, says that she now plans to put the money towards her retirement - and perhaps take a trip to Disney World.
Passaic: A 44-year-old immigrant from the Dominican Republic is the winner of a $338 million Powerball lottery jackpot in the U.S., and he's telling reporters in Spanish that he's "very happy."
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Spokesmen for both the pro-independence campaign Yes Scotland and the pro-UK Better Together said nobody should be attacked because of how they plan to vote in September, stressing the need for courtesy and respect.