Sharon Duncan, the woman who threw away a $1 million lotto ticket that was later claimed by another individual, defends a judge's ruling that she's entitled to the money. "I deserve the money. Not her," she told TODAY's Ann Curry. (TODAY)
Counterfeit rings are more than just fake purses on Canal Street in New York City, they are now sophisticated, $6 billion-a-year operations that sell everything from faux Botox to botched baby formula, putting Americans at great risk. CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports.