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Tuesday's Mega Millions jackpot soars even higher

The Mega Millions payout, if someone matches all five numbers and the Gold Mega Ball on Tuesday night, would be the fifth-largest jackpot in the game's history. → Read More

No, you didn't win the Mega Millions $480 million jackpot Friday

The tenth largest Mega Millions jackpot in the lottery game's 20-year history was up for grabs on Friday, July 15, 2022. Here are the winning numbers. → Read More

Jennifer Hudson could make history at 2022 Tony Awards

The 2022 Tony Awards may usher in the latest EGOT winner: Jennifer Hudson, if A Strange Loop wins best musical. Here are other ways history could be made at Tonys. → Read More

White House launches webpage to help families find baby formula

The federal webpage includes manufacturer hotlines, community resource info and general advice to help families find baby formula during the shortage. → Read More

Did anyone win the $632.6 million Powerball jackpot Wednesday night?

Here are the winning numbers for Wednesday night's $632.6 million Powerball jackpot. And, yes, somebody won. → Read More

Christmas 2021: Which stores will be open, closed

Is Walmart open on Christmas? What about Starbucks and McDonalds? Here's a list of stores and restaurants open or closed on Christmas 2021 and Christmas Eve. → Read More

'Home Alone' reboot trailer teases return of original franchise character

In "Home Sweet Home Alone" Max Mercer, played by Archie Yates, gets left behind while his family goes on vacation and he has to protect his home from burglars. → Read More

What are the Christmas shipping deadlines for USPS, FedEx, UPS?

The USPS said its busiest time begins two weeks before Christmas and customer traffic at Post Office locations typically starts increasing the week of Dec. 6. → Read More

'It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' will return to TV this year

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, and A Charlie Brown Christmas will all air on PBS and PBS Kids TV in 2021 and on Apple TV Plus. → Read More

Here are the winning numbers in Monday's $545 million Powerball drawing

Monday's jackpot has grown to an estimated $545 million, the 10th largest in the game's history. Here are the winning numbers. → Read More

What is Yom Kippur? What you need to know about Judaism's holiest day of the year

Yom Kippur is part of the Jewish high holy days, but you shouldn't tell someone "Happy Yom Kippur." Here's what you need to know about the somber commemoration. → Read More

3 more countries added to CDC 'avoid travel' list due to COVID-19

On Tuesday, Jamaica, Brunei and Sri Lanka were all added to the CDC's Level 4 (Very High) risk level. → Read More

'The queen has spoken': Simone Biles makes history with 1st-time vault

Simone Biles became the first woman to land the Yurchenko double pike vault in competition on Saturday. → Read More

Comedian and actor Paul Mooney dead at 79

Paul Mooney was a regular on "Chapelle's Show" and played singer Sam Cooke in "The Buddy Holly Story." He died Wednesday after reportedly suffering a heart attack. → Read More

FDA expands Pfizer COVID vaccine authorization to ages 12-15

With Pfizer's vaccine now receiving emergency use authorization for ages 12 to 15, some 20,000 pharmacies around the country are expecting doses. → Read More

CVS locations in Target stores to begin giving COVID-19 vaccinations

More than 600 CVS pharmacy locations within Target stores across the country will begin offering coronavirus vaccinations, the company announced Wednesday. → Read More

President Trump says he's not going to Joe Biden's inauguration

Two days after a mob of Trump supporters rioted at the U.S. Capitol, President Trump tweeted he won't go to the Jan. 20 inauguration of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris. → Read More