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NY Lottery to stop selling last remaining $1 jackpot game ticket

NY Lottery to stop selling last remaining $1 jackpot game ticket

The state's Gaming Commission approved the increase, saying they really had no choice since the Mega Millions consortium had already chose to raise prices. The odds of winning that, however, are about 258.9 million to 1, which is definitely a lower probability of being struck by lightning. The next Mega Millions drawing will be Tuesday at 11 p.m.



Aaron Hernandez's funeral services to be held in CT Monday

Tuesday, and no one else entered it until a guard forced his way in at 3:03 a.m. Hernandez had jammed the door to keep would-be rescuers out, officials have said. Washington said the two had exchanged more than 10 letters since Hernandez had been incarcerated. The judge said Worcester District Attorney Joseph D.


China fed up with North Korea, praises USA on nuclear issue

China fed up with North Korea, praises USA on nuclear issue

While the Trump administration insists it does not want to divulge what it will do to counter the regime's nuclear threat, it is unlikely that the U.S. China expresses serious concern with recent trends about North Korea's nuclear and missile development. The vice president's comments come after he spoke to USA and Japanese troops on board the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier earlier in the day.



North Korea detains USA citizen as tensions rise

The embassy represents USA interests in North Korea, since Washington and Pyongyang do not have direct diplomatic relations. He was reportedly arrested at Pyongyang International Airport on his way out of the country. It held its first classes in 2010. Another foreigner, a Canadian pastor, is also being detained in North Korea. It is unique in the North for its large number of foreign staff.



North Korea detains USA citizen, threatens to sink aircraft carrier

Two Japanese navy ships, the Samidare and Ashigara, were en route on Sunday to join the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group for exercises off the Korean peninsula. In fact, Seoul, South Korea's capital and the home to half of the population of the world's 11th largest economy, lies within artillery range of North Korean forces.


North Korea says it is ready to sink U.S. aircraft carrier

North Korea says it is ready to sink U.S. aircraft carrier

Carl Vinson carrier strike group in the Western Pacific as it approaches waters around the Korean peninsula, Japan's navy said. Pyongyang, considering the deployment an act of provocation, said on Sunday that it was ready to show its own military might by sinking the "nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike".