Lottery

food news

Granddad Says He Won $344 Million Lotto Jackpot Thanks to Fortune Cookie

“I hope it don't change me a lot. I'm still going to wear my jeans. Maybe newer ones.”
Jelisa Castrodale
6.6.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Maybe Don't Brag to Your Roommates About Your $10 Million Lottery Ticket

And definitely don't leave it out while you're sleeping.
River Donaghey
1.9.19
Money

Secret $1.5 Billion Mega Millions Winner Is Blowing It, 'Lotto Lawyer' Says

Claiming a massive jackpot right away isn't always a smart move, but what is this person waiting for?
Allie Conti
11.15.18
NFL

JuJu Smith-Schuster Tried to Win Mega Millions to Keep Le'Veon Bell

The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver was seen buying over $100 worth of Mega Millions tickets so he could use (part of?) the $1.5 billion jackpot to pay Bell.
Liam Daniel Pierce
10.24.18
Vice Guide to Right Now

People Are Buying So Many Lotto Tickets That Combinations Are Running Out

By Tuesday night, officials estimate roughly 75 percent of all the possible Mega Millions combinations will have been purchased.
Nicole Clark
10.23.18
Munchies

Man Wins $1 Million Lottery Prize by Playing Fortune Cookie Numbers

Martin isn’t the first person to cash in thanks to the psychic abilities of a cellophane-wrapped cookie.
Jelisa Castrodale
10.1.18
ten questions

What It's Like to Tell People They Won the Lottery for a Living

"I once asked a winner what he'd do with the win. And he said, 'Oh, I’m going to the dentist.'”
Stephen Smit
8.1.18
Family Fued

Watch This Awkward as Hell Family Feud Erupt After a Lottery Win

Once the $1 million check was split in half, things got ugly.
Allison Tierney
7.13.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

We won the lottery to attend Stephen Hawking's memorial service

“It was like this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience to pay tribute as a commoner, so to speak.”
William Turton
6.25.18
Money

Winning the Lottery Hasn't Changed Me as a Person

We spoke to Melissa Ede, who won millions on New Year's Eve.
Daisy-May Hudson
2.20.18
Money

Are Millennials Killing the Lottery Industry?

Millennials are too busy killing napkins and fabric softener to buy lottery tickets, so the lottery industry is looking for new ways to attract the next generation of gambling addicts.
Zack Huffman
10.13.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Someone Needs to Claim Their $758 Million Lottery Ticket

The lucky winner who bought Wednesday's prize Powerball ticket still hasn't come forward to claim the second-largest jackpot in US history.
Drew Schwartz
8.24.17
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