An unemployed office manager and her husband from a rural hamlet in the Midwestern U.S. state of Missouri have come forward to claim one half of the multi-state $588 million lottery jackpot known as Powerball. Cindy Hill and her husband Mark, a 52-year-old mechanic, were introduced to the public on Friday in Dearborn, Missouri, a town of 496 residents about 50 kilometers north of Kansas City. The Hills chose to take their winnings in a lump sum payment of $192.5 million, rather than annual ...