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Tennessee Powerball winner to be introduced Tuesday

Tennessee Lottery officials said the winning ticket, which matched all six Powerball numbers drawn Saturday, was sold by Smoke Shop Inc.in Lafayette, about 60 miles northeast of Nashville. All 20 victor met at O'Neal's home in Lafayette Sunday morning. All 20 gathered at her home, where they made a decision to take the lump sum, which ends up being $254.7 million.

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Turkey: 6 people detained after deadly dormitory fire

Adana governor Mahmut Demirtas said some schoolgirls managed to escape, injuring themselves as they jumped out of the window. Adana's chief prosecutor, Ali Yeldan, told the state-run Anadolu Agency that the dormitory's director, three teachers and two other employees were detained for questioning as part of a probe into possible negligence.

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Chicago O'Hare delays unlikely from strike

What do fast food cooks, baggage handlers, Uber drivers and hospital workers have in common? They're also part of an effort to unionize that's being pushed by Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1. The length of the walkout remains undetermined, SEIU spokesman Marc Goumbri said. Organizers say they expect delays and disruption, particularly for United and American airlines.

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ASU no match for #1 Kentucky in Bahamas

Fox, like his team, has scary good potential. Monday's performance was the latest by Fox in a young season that's already seen a number of impressive outings. "It doesn't happen that way", said Calipari. "Just a beast and he leads". And it has come over the course of five games. Briscoe rebounded the ball and immediately threw an outlet pass up to Monk down the right sideline.

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US court blocks overtime expansion pay rule for 4 million

On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Tuesday , host Mark Levin slammed the Obama administration for its attempt at unilaterally extending mandatory overtime pay to more than four million salaried workers saying, "even a Leftwing judge who [Obama] appointed said, 'No, you don't have the power to do this'".

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O'Hare Airport Workers to Strike After Thanksgiving

The workers who plan to strike include baggage handlers, cabin cleaners, janitors and wheelchair attendants. There were fears that the group would strike this week around Thanksgiving , one of the busiest times of the year for airline travel.


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