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    WWE Wrestler Roman Reigns Announces Break From the Ring as Leukemia Returns

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 11:38 AM EDT2018-10-23 15:38:03 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff WWE wrestler Roman Reigns has announced his leukemia has returned and he'll be taking a break from the ring. The 33-year-old, whose real name is Leati Joseph Anoa’i, made the announcement Monday night during an episode of "Raw," and said he would relinquish his WWE Universal Championship title. Anoa’i was first diagnosed with cancer at 22 and he quickly went into remission. "I want to make one thing clear — by no means is this a retirement speech," Reigns s... 
    WWE wrestler Roman Reigns has announced his leukemia has returned and he'll be taking a break from the ring. 
  • More Than $2 Billion in Lotto Winnings Up for Grabs This Week

    More Than $2 Billion in Lotto Winnings Up for Grabs This Week

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 10:58 AM EDT2018-10-23 14:58:07 GMT
    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. The Mega Millions and Powerball lottery jackpots have reached $2.2 billion combined — and counting — a life-changing amount of money for the lucky winner or winners.  With no winner Friday, the Mega Millions jackpot is up to $1.6 billion, the largest in U.S. history, and the drawing is Tuesday night. The Powerball prize has climbed to $620 million for Wednesday's drawing. Gordon Medenica, the director of both Mega Millions and the ... 
    The Mega Millions and Powerball lottery jackpots have reached $2.2 billion combined — and counting — a life-changing amount of money for the lucky winner or winners.  
  • Thousands Flock to Spots Where the Original 'Halloween' Was Filmed

    Thousands Flock to Spots Where the Original 'Halloween' Was Filmed

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 10:58 AM EDT2018-10-23 14:58:05 GMT
    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. The sequel to 1978's "Halloween" is gripping the box office, scaring up more than $77 million.  As the movie breathes new life into the franchise, fans are still visiting the home where the original was filmed in the late 1970s.  The original "Halloween" takes place in the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois, but the movie was actually shot in South Pasadena, California.  Today, "Halloween" fans come from all over the world to visi... 
    The sequel to 1978's "Halloween" is gripping the box office, scaring up more than $77 million.  
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