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Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018


Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to boost PPI campaign

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Image copyright FCA The robotic head of Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to TV screens, after he helped to increase complaints about the mis-selling of Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). The former actor and California Governor was the star of a previous advertising campaign for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Following his success, the FCA is launching new adverts on TV and radio to persuade more consumers to complain. The claims deadline is 29 August, 2019. Arnold Schwarzenegger hired by FCA Teenagers approached about PPIRead More

Yankees’ Jacoby Ellsbury shut down ‘for a couple of days’ with hip issue

Daily World News Top Stories business politics NEW YORK — Injured veteran Jacoby Ellsbury‘s return hit a snag as the New York Yankees‘ banged-up outfield waits on a couple of key players to come off the disabled list. According to manager Aaron Boone, the center fielder is “dealing with a little bit of a hip thing” that popped up recently while Ellsbury worked through his recovery from an oblique issue that stalled his spring training. Boone wasn’t exactly sure which hip when he addressed reporters Tuesday afternoon ahead of the homeRead More

18 attorneys general and 6 cities file lawsuit over census citizenship question

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Eighteen state attorneys general and six cities sued the Census Bureau and the Commerce Department Tuesday over the Trump administration’s plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 count of the nation’s population. Interested in Immigration? Add Immigration as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Immigration news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The census has not asked whether members of American households are U.S. citizens since 1950 but planned to in 2020 at the request of theRead More

The Latest: YouTube employee says he saw shooter, victim

Daily World News Top Stories business politics The Latest on a shooting at YouTube headquarters (all times local): 4:05 p.m. A YouTube employee says the fire alarm went off at the company’s headquarters in Northern California and workers didn’t realize it was an active shooting. Senior software engineer Zach Vorhies said he and others were calmly leaving the building when he saw a shooter in a courtyard yelling, “Come at me, or come get me.” Vorhies said he froze, then noticed a victim on his back with what looked likeRead More

Patriots trade deep threat Cooks to Rams for 1st-round pick

Daily World News Top Stories business politics The New England Patriots have traded deep threat receiver Brandin Cooks to the Rams for Los Angeles’ first-round draft pick, 23rd overall. In the deal Tuesday, New England also sends a fourth-round choice to the Rams, who give the Patriots a sixth-rounder. Cooks, 24, was New Orleans’ first-round selection in 2014 and played three seasons for the Saints. He was acquired 13 months ago by New England for a first-rounder and other picks, and made 65 receptions for 1,082 yards and seven touchdownsRead More

Premiums shoot up, but many are paying less for ‘Obamacare’

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Consumers getting financial assistance under former President Barack Obama’s health care law will pay lower premiums this year, even though the “list price” for their health insurance shot up. That odd result is reflected in a report issued Tuesday by the Trump administration. After federal aid, the average monthly premium paid by subsidized customers on is dropping to $89 from last year’s $106. That’s a 16 percent savings even though the “list price” premium went up about 30 percent, now averaging $639Read More

Column: A Masters for the aged? Woods and Mickelson hope so

Daily World News Top Stories business politics They’re older now, no longer the 20-somethings who together helped usher golf into a new era. The evidence of that isn’t in their golf swings, but in their appearance. When Tiger Woods takes off his hat after a round, there’s a pronounced bald spot in the back and Phil Mickelson looks, well, like a guy should look as he approaches the half century mark in life. In most other sports they wouldn’t contenders. In most other sports they wouldn’t even be playing. ButRead More

California lawmakers challenge deadly force standard after Sacramento police shooting

Daily World News Top Stories business politics The fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark has inspired a new bill in California that will challenge the standard for when police officers should resort to using deadly force. The proposed bill titled the Police Accountability and Community Protection Act would change the current use of firearms by police from a “reasonable force” rule to a “necessary force” standard. This new initiative comes less than three weeks after the 22-year-old father of two was killed by Sacramento police officers in his grandmother’s backyardRead More

Authorities respond to active shooter at YouTube HQ Video

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Now Playing: Police respond to active shooter at YouTube’s California headquarters Now Playing: SPECIAL REPORT: Active shooter at YouTube’s California headquarters Now Playing: Suspect in YouTube headquarters shooting is a woman, police say Now Playing: California lawmakers challenging lethal force law after Sacramento police shooting Now Playing: Authorities respond to active shooter at YouTube HQ Now Playing: Police say woman claims she was assaulted because she supports Trump Now Playing: Facebook Live captures man’s shooting Now Playing: Day 2 of Oklahoma teachers’ strikeRead More

With 40 goals for playoffs-bound Wild, Staal has right fit

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Eric Staal was coming off his least productive NHL season since he was a teenage rookie with Carolina when Minnesota took a flier on him two summers ago to add some depth at center. The three-year contract was modest for a player with Staal’s ability and accomplishments. The expectations were, too. Three consecutive seasons of decline in points per game, after all, don’t provide a hint that the scoring touch or passing knack is primed for resurgence. Bruce Boudreau could see the reboundRead More