The Mega Millions jackpot now stands at $1.6 billion — the largest in U.S. lottery history — after no one hit all winning numbers Friday night. » Read More
By: CNBC.com staff
Your chances to scoop up the $1 billion prize remain slim. Here's what you should know. » Read More
If you happen to beat the astronomical odds against winning the Mega Millions jackpot, you should keep your win under wraps as much as possible, experts say. » Read More
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