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Jeremy Corbyn struggles over cost of childcare policy

Media playback is unsupported on your device Jeremy Corbyn was unable to put a cost on Labour’s plan for free childcare for 1.3m youngsters during an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. “It will cost… it will obviously cost a lot to do so, we accept that,” he said, when quizzed about the figures by Emma Barnett. The stumble came as the Labour leader and Theresa May resumed election campaigning following a live TV debate. Mrs May has argued she is the only one who can offer “strong leadership”. ...

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LeBron's bizarre, rim-rattling struggles from the line

This story appears in ESPN The Magazine’s May 29 Issue. Subscribe today! LeBron James shouldn’t be shooting this free throw. It’s Dec. 31 in Charlotte, with the Cavs up 114-104, and James is walking toward the charity stripe to shoot the technical. Based on pure math, this is a bad call. The four-time MVP is in the middle of the worst free throw shooting season of his career, converting just 67.9 percent. There are better options available to the Cavs — like, for example, four-time All-Star Kevin Love, a career ...

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild really struggles on the Wii U

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received an incredible critical response over the last week, and it’s easy to see why. Nintendo finally shook free from many self-imposed constraints, and made something very different. Unfortunately, the lackluster frame rate can make it hard to enjoy. Running the new Zelda on the Switch has seen mixed results, but the Wii U version of the game is particularly disappointing for many Nintendo diehards. On the Wii U, we’ve spent about six or seven hours around the Great Plateau and ...

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild really struggles on the Wii U

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received an incredible critical response over the last week, and it’s easy to see why. Nintendo finally shook free from many self-imposed constraints, and made something very different. Unfortunately, the lackluster frame rate can make it hard to enjoy. Running the new Zelda on the Switch has seen mixed results, but the Wii U version of the game is particularly disappointing for many Nintendo diehards. On the Wii U, we’ve spent about six or seven hours around the Great Plateau and ...

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild really struggles on the Wii U

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received an incredible critical response over the last week, and it’s easy to see why. Nintendo finally shook free from many self-imposed constraints, and made something very different. Unfortunately, the lackluster frame rate can make it hard to enjoy. Running the new Zelda on the Switch has seen mixed results, but the Wii U version of the game is particularly disappointing for many Nintendo diehards. On the Wii U, we’ve spent about six or seven hours around the Great Plateau and ...

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Amid offensive struggles, Jags fire OC Olson

4:57 PM ET JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jaguars fired offensive coordinator Greg Olson on Saturday, one day after head coach Gus Bradley said he didn’t anticipate any staff changes. Quarterbacks coach Nathaniel Hackett will take over playcalling duties. He previously served as the offensive coordinator with Buffalo in 2013-14 under head coach Doug Marrone, who is now the Jaguars’ offensive line coach. “Greg was a tremendous asset and always put all of his effort in doing everything he can to help in his players’ improvement,” Bradley said in a statement. ...

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NFL Player Blames His Struggles on Video Game Marathons

After getting picked 51st overall in the 2013 NFL Draft, cornerback David Amerson disappointed in his first two seasons with the Washington Redskins. The team eventually let him go two weeks into the 2015 season and some might have doubted his future in the league. But the Oakland Raiders picked him up that year and his numbers improved. He started 12 games, made four interceptions, and defended 25 passes, according to GameSpot sister site CBS Sports. By comparison, Anderson only had two interceptions and 18 passes defended during his two-plus ...

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Steph Curry struggles, Warriors crumble in Game 5

12:15 AM ET Ethan Sherwood StraussESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Golden State Warriors for ESPN.com Contributes to ESPN’s TrueHoop blog Hosts TrueHoop TV Live OAKLAND, Calif, — Champagne was available, but the Golden State Warriors ended up quaffing something more bitter, if not insipid en route to a 112-97 loss against the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ two-man offensive explosion. The Warriors played with little force or focus as LeBron James and Kyrie Irving stomped their way back into this series. The Warriors lacked Draymond Green, which makes this performance somewhat explainable, ...

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Homefront: The Revolution struggles on consoles and low-end gaming PCs

The original Homefront, released in 2011 by THQ, was an intriguing game with a laundry list of flaws. But in spite of its failures, a sequel was greenlit anyway. THQ then proceeded to implode, the franchise was sold, it changed hands yet again, and now Homefront: The Revolution is finally available for purchase. Was it worth five years of turmoil and heartbreak? Let’s take a look. Since this game spent a large part of its development cycle under the care of Crytek, it’s built on the CryEngine. And as such, ...

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