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Source: Fox News

Bill, Hillary Clinton to embark on speaking tour amid #MeToo backlash -- with tickets topping $745

Tuesday 20:01 GMT

Bill and Hillary Clinton on Monday announced they will embark on an international 13-city speaking tour shortly after November's midterm elections, with tickets running as high as $745 and speculation swirling that the former secretary of state could announce yet another presidential bid.

IN EXPLOSIVE NEW MEMOIR, KEN STARR REVEALS HE CONSIDERED PERJURY CHARGES AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON. In June, the former president sat for a disastrous interview with "The Today Show," in which he insisted that "I did the right thing" during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, when he denied, then admitted having an affair with a White House intern.

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Source: Washington Post

D.C. takes over annual High Heel Race on the eve of Halloween

Wednesday 21:52 GMT

Drag queens in pumps, platforms and stilettos will race down a Dupont Circle street later this month as they have for the past 32 years with one marked change — the District’s annual High Heel Race has been taken over by the mayor’s office.

The tickets, which are free and available online, will be used to aid in a head count, officials said, and can be used to get into a pre-race happy hour at a nearby gay bar, Cobalt.

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Source: Common Domain

Why you should boycott the $548 million Mega Millions jackpot—and it has nothing to do with the crazy odds

Thursday 08:06 GMT

The Mega Millions jackpot is now $548 million ahead of Friday’s draw at 11 p.m. ET after there were no winners on Friday night.

Don’t miss: My brother-in-law asked my husband to hide a six-figure inheritance before his divorce. Mega Millions commercials encourage people to participate: “Mega Millions is bigger. In fact, the lottery jackpot only becomes “progressive” — meaning that high earners spend more on tickets than more than low earners — when the jackpot is at least $806 million or more, according to this study by Emily Oster, currently a professor of economics at Brown University.

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