• The Real Reason This Woman Refuses to Claim Her $600 Million Lottery Jackpot Will Surprise You

    You have a better chance of being struck by lightning than you do of winning the lottery. Regardless, that incredibly slim chance doesn’t stop nearly 100 million people from buying tickets every single year. On January 8, 2018, one lucky New Hampshire resident chose the winning numbers for the Mega Millions lottery, but oddly enough, the person isn’t claiming it. It’s uncanny to think a person would just let $600 million slip through their fingertips. What’s the point in playing? Luckily, NPR dug around to find out what’s going on with the unclaimed winnings. Here’s the real reason this woman refuses to claim her lottery jackpot.  1. Jane Doe wants to stay anonymous As it stands, we’re referring

  • Teenagers Raped Girl and Streamed Attack on Facebook Live, Say Police

    Three teenagers were arrested in Memphis, Tennessee, after allegedly raping a teenager and broadcasting the attack on Facebook Live. Martin Milan, 19, Antun Hester, 18, and Rayford Smith, 19, were all charged with aggravated rape and especially aggravated exploitation of a minor after the 17-year-old girl reported the attack Wednesday, reported WREG. The girl had invited Milan to her house to have sex but when he asked if he could bring his “brother” she said she was not interested, reported the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, citing the arrest affidavit.

  • Critics say Emily Ratajkowski should cover up now that she’s married - but is that fair?

    Like any newlywed, Emily Ratajkowski must have found herself scrolling through her honeymoon pics and already wishing she was back at the exclusive Utah resort where she enjoyed her first days of married life with Sebastian Bear-McClard. Being a beautiful model, however, her Instagram flashbacks featured her posing unclothed for her partner.

  • Roseanne Barr’s outburst on ‘Kimmel’ wins cheers

    “I’ve always liked Roseanne, she holds nothing back.” “Finally someone on a talk show with a dissenting opinion.” After her headline-making appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Rosie’s got Newsroom commenters talking - and applauding. Things got a bit awkward during the Thursday appearance. Barr, who voted for President Trump (and makes no apologies), shut down the late-night host after he questioned her political views. A defiant Roseanne replied: “A lot of us, no matter who we voted for, we don’t want to see our president fail.” Then came the bleeps: “Because we don’t want [Mike] Pence! Are you f***ing kidding me? You want Pence? You want Pence for the freaking president? Well, then, zip that f***ing lip.” Newsroom has her back. See the video above for more responses. Kimmel and Barr’s little debate ended with some laughs, and the two agreeing to disagree. What do you think of Roseanne Barr’s outburst? Join the conversation in Newsroom.

  • How to get the Kardashians' Calvin Klein campaign looks for less than $100

    The chic Western ensembles worn by the Kardashians for Calvin Klein ‘s fashion campaign  are now available at Macy’s. The best news? Each item is on sale for less than $100. You can snatch up Kim and Kylie ‘s two-tone black and blue Western shirts, worn in the campaign, for only $83 (originally $118) and buy Kourtney and Kendall ‘s side-stripe jeans (available in white, khaki, blue, and black) for $90 (originally $128). Note, these sale prices won’t last long (Macy’s VIP 30 percent off sale ends Sunday, March 25). However, even if you miss the sale, the retail prices are a steal compared to the brand’s main collection label, Calvin Klein 205W39NYC, whose prices typically run into three or four digits. The Kardashians were some of the celebrities tapped for the all-star #MyCalvins model cast, which began to roll out last November. They were a natural fit for the Calvin Klein Jeans campaign, which was centered on family, Americana, and the Western spirit.  “Family is everything,” Kim told  Vogue.com , “so when we’re all together doing something special like this, it means so much.” Kaia Gerber, Presley Gerber , Solange , and A$AP Mob were all part of the campaign series, too, with the latest one featuring  Paris Jackson , Sadie Sink , and Millie Bobby Brown . Ever since Raf Simons , Calvin Klein’s chief creative officer, took the helm in 2017 and introduced his two-tone Western shirts, they have easily become the most coveted items of the year. The shirts became such a hit that celebrities from  Margot Robbie to First Lady  Melania Trump both jumped onboard . But Robbie’s and Trump’s shirts were from the higher-priced Calvin Klein 205W39YC  line and would have cost you  $695 . Now, you can get almost exactly the same version for what is essentially 88 percent off. This is a strategic move by Simons and the Calvin Klein brand to further amplify their selling power by offering a popular runway item at an attainable, consumer-friendly price. Click through the gallery to shop the items now, and head to Macys.com for the complete Calvin Klein Jeans collection. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Fashion week in Russia came with many twists-including the gender fluid collection of a South African designer  • Evil eye gloves are the new pussy hates at the March for Our Lives  • Meghan Markle recycles her Victoria Beckham engagement-shoot sweater for Northern Ireland Trip Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • American family who died in Mexico 'went to sleep and never woke up,' cousin says

    Four members of an Iowa family were found dead in Mexico after they were reported missing just after midnight Friday. The bodies of Kevin Wayne Sharp, 41; his wife, Amy Marie Sharp, 38; Sterling Wayne Sharp, 12; and Adrianna Marie Sharp, 7, were found at the condominium where they were staying in Tulum, according to the Creston Police Department. Autopsies are being conducted in Mexico, police said. According to ABC Des Moines affiliate WOI, the family left for Mexico on March 15 and were expected back in the U.S. on Wednesday. Amy Sharp's cousin Jana Weland told ABC News the family flew out of St. Louis and called Amy Sharp's mom that same day to let her know they had arrived. It was the family's