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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The sole winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot came forward to claim his prize Tuesday. California Lottery officials said B. Raymond Buxton, a Northern California man, claimed the prize at the California Lottery headquarters in Sacramento. ” ‘Unbelievable!’ is all I could muster,” Buxton said in a statement on Tuesday. “Once the initial shock passed, I couldn’t sleep for days.” After the winning numbers were announced, Buxton said, he sat in front of his computer in disbelief, checking and rechecking his ticket — and tellingRead More

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The sole winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot came forward to claim his prize Tuesday. California Lottery officials said B. Raymond Buxton, a Northern California man, claimed the prize at the California Lottery headquarters in Sacramento. ” ‘Unbelievable!’ is all I could muster,” Buxton said in a statement on Tuesday. “Once the initial shock passed, I couldn’t sleep for days.” After the winning numbers were announced, Buxton said, he sat in front of his computer in disbelief, checking and rechecking his ticket — and tellingRead More

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The sole winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot came forward to claim his prize Tuesday. California Lottery officials said B. Raymond Buxton, a Northern California man, claimed the prize at the California Lottery headquarters in Sacramento. ” ‘Unbelievable!’ is all I could muster,” Buxton said in a statement on Tuesday. “Once the initial shock passed, I couldn’t sleep for days.” After the winning numbers were announced, Buxton said, he sat in front of his computer in disbelief, checking and rechecking his ticket — and tellingRead More

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The sole winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot came forward to claim his prize Tuesday. California Lottery officials said B. Raymond Buxton, a Northern California man, claimed the prize at the California Lottery headquarters in Sacramento. ” ‘Unbelievable!’ is all I could muster,” Buxton said in a statement on Tuesday. “Once the initial shock passed, I couldn’t sleep for days.” After the winning numbers were announced, Buxton said, he sat in front of his computer in disbelief, checking and rechecking his ticket — and tellingRead More

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The sole winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot came forward to claim his prize Tuesday. California Lottery officials said B. Raymond Buxton, a Northern California man, claimed the prize at the California Lottery headquarters in Sacramento. ” ‘Unbelievable!’ is all I could muster,” Buxton said in a statement on Tuesday. “Once the initial shock passed, I couldn’t sleep for days.” After the winning numbers were announced, Buxton said, he sat in front of his computer in disbelief, checking and rechecking his ticket — and tellingRead More

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While much of the midterm election talk has revolved around the Republican advantages apparent in this cycle, it shouldn’t be overlooked that women may also win big this year. Even though it’s unlikely that 2014 will surpass the record number of women filing to run for Senate (36) or winning Senate primary contests (18), a look at the specific races across the country suggests that when all the votes are counted the next U.S. Senate may make history (or herstory). According to the Center for American Women and Politics, four of the 29 incumbents (three DemocratsRead More

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While much of the midterm election talk has revolved around the Republican advantages apparent in this cycle, it shouldn’t be overlooked that women may also win big this year. Even though it’s unlikely that 2014 will surpass the record number of women filing to run for Senate (36) or winning Senate primary contests (18), a look at the specific races across the country suggests that when all the votes are counted the next U.S. Senate may make history (or herstory). According to the Center for American Women and Politics, four of the 29 incumbents (three DemocratsRead More

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While much of the midterm election talk has revolved around the Republican advantages apparent in this cycle, it shouldn’t be overlooked that women may also win big this year. Even though it’s unlikely that 2014 will surpass the record number of women filing to run for Senate (36) or winning Senate primary contests (18), a look at the specific races across the country suggests that when all the votes are counted the next U.S. Senate may make history (or herstory). According to the Center for American Women and Politics, four of the 29 incumbents (three DemocratsRead More

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While much of the midterm election talk has revolved around the Republican advantages apparent in this cycle, it shouldn’t be overlooked that women may also win big this year. Even though it’s unlikely that 2014 will surpass the record number of women filing to run for Senate (36) or winning Senate primary contests (18), a look at the specific races across the country suggests that when all the votes are counted the next U.S. Senate may make history (or herstory). According to the Center for American Women and Politics, four of the 29 incumbents (three DemocratsRead More

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While much of the midterm election talk has revolved around the Republican advantages apparent in this cycle, it shouldn’t be overlooked that women may also win big this year. Even though it’s unlikely that 2014 will surpass the record number of women filing to run for Senate (36) or winning Senate primary contests (18), a look at the specific races across the country suggests that when all the votes are counted the next U.S. Senate may make history (or herstory). According to the Center for American Women and Politics, four of the 29 incumbents (three DemocratsRead More