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  • Today in the news: Mega Millions winners come forward

  • Your daily news briefing, with the video of the day, the top news and the quote of the day.

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  • News to know
    Seven IT workers from New York stepped forward Thursday to claim one of the biggest Mega Millions lottery jackpots in history – a $319 million haul that will leave each winner with about $19 million. The winners Thursday talked about how luck played a role in them landing the winning numbers.
    Quote of note
    "When we have a disaster like we've had with a nuclear power plant in Japan, we're probably going to find things that are truly not a public health risk, but I think it's very difficult for the public to assimilate this information and understand the risks." - Dr. Wally Curran of Emory University's Winship Cancer Center, responding to the report that radiation was discovered in milk in Washington and California.
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    The killer whale that drowned a trainer last year is performing again, and thousands of people turned out at SeaWorld to watch Tilikum’s return:
     
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