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A lottery ticket, worth US $1 million, was discovered in some Arkansas garbage and, as you might guess, hasprecipitated a fight.
Perhaps the rightful claimant can send some money to help alleviate this poor teen's texting bill of $8,000.
I'll Have Another, the winning horse in the Kentucky Derby, is owned by a native of Windsor, J. Paul Reddam.
Still with Windsor, a city apparently bent on setting a record for the most mentions in The Rundown's opening panel, a woman gave birth in a Tim Hortons in that city, the staff assisting with the guidance of a 911 dispatcher. The baby will receive Timbits for life.
The final test events for this summer's Olympics Games, which are not being held in Windsor, but rather in London, took place recently.
Women, regardless of whether they are the chief wage earner, control household budgets, a survey has found.
A man in Nebraska has legally added 'Tyrannosaurus Rex' to his name.
The death rate from cancer is declining in Canada.
Some major newspapers in Canada will soon start charging for access to online content.
Another news media outlet, Time magazine, provoked swift and unabashed reactions with its cover on breastfeeding.
Yoko Ono is in Tokyo to promote a campaign against hunger in the world, with the slogan "Imagine There's No Hunger" which was inspired by a popular son... More Yoko Ono is in Tokyo to promote a campaign against hunger in the world, with the slogan "Imagine There's No Hunger" which was inspired by a popular song by former husband John Lennon. Duration: 01:03
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