Is winning the lottery a big opportunity to do some good in the world, or does it more often spell moral disaster?
Simon Feuerman’s grandfather had many opportunities to make a fortune, but he passed them all up. So, why did he keep playing the lottery?
What’s better than winning $1,000? Pocketing the cash while smelling bacon. New Hampshire has launched a special ‘I Heart Bacon’ scratch-and-sniff lottery game.
Menachem Stark, the Hasidic Brooklyn landlord and father of seven who was abducted and murdered in January, was the winner of an $18,000 raffle drawn Wednesday night, according to the Jewish Political Updates website.
A synagogue in suburban Montreal picked up nearly $25,000 thanks to the provincial lottery and some generous congregants.