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Call Of Duty: WW2 Beta Players Get These Bonuses

With the Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer beta scheduled to begin this month, Activision has now announced a special bonus for everyone who participates. Take part in the beta and you’ll get the MP Private Beta Combat Pack, which includes a helmet, calling card, and emblem that you can use to show off that you played the beta. The extra items will be available when Call of Duty: WWII launches on November 3, Activision clarified on Twitter. The Call of Duty: World War II beta starts August 25 on PS4 ...

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Last Chance To Get These Free Xbox Games With Gold Titles

Xbox Live Gold subscribers wanting to claim Watch Dogs on Xbox One and Kane & Lynch 2 for Xbox 360 for free will need to do so quickly, as the games will no longer be available as part of the Games with Gold promotion after today. The other Xbox One freebie, Ubisoft’s Grow Up, will continue to be available until July 31. Replacing Watch Dogs on Xbox One is Runbow, which will be available from July 16 – August 15. For Xbox 360, Kane & Lynch 2 is being swapped ...

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These trades get Carmelo Anthony onto a contender

9:03 AM ET Carmelo Anthony is willing to leave New York. The Knicks are willing to trade him. But can anyone come up with an offer for Anthony that the Knicks are willing to accept? That’s what several NBA front-office members were wondering Monday morning after ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Anthony is willing to waive his no-trade clause to join Houston or Cleveland. “That’s not an easy proposition for either team,” one executive says about a possible Melo trade. Carmelo Anthony is open to waiving his no-trade clause to join ...

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Senate health care bill would mean big coverage losses in these states

The Senate GOP health care bill explained States that saw major coverage gains under Obamacare would suffer the biggest losses under the Senate health care bill, a new report has found. The states that did not expand Medicaid and didn’t have many people enrolled in the individual market would feel less of an impact, according to the Urban Institute analysis. The researchers from the left-leaning think tank estimated that a total of 24.7 million more people would be uninsured in 2022, compared to current law.About 57% of the uninsured would ...

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Rocket League Is Free With These Nvidia Cards, As Game Gets First TV Commercials

Nvidia has announced a partnership with Psyonix to give away the hit soccer-with-cars game Rocket League. Everyone who buys a GeForce GTX 1060 or 1050-based card, or a desktop PC or notebook, will get a free copy of Rocket League for a limited time. This promotion is being held to celebrate the Rocket League World Championship competitive gaming event, which runs June 2-4 in Los Angeles. You can head to this promotion page to learn more about the Rocket League giveaway. Rocket League sells for $ 20 on PC and ...

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These Yankees and Cubs are destined to meet in a World Series

5:02 AM ET CHICAGO — Oh, it is going to happen. It might not be in 2017 or 2018, for that matter, but it is going to happen. The New York Yankees will be back here at Wrigley Field, and it will be just as bitterly cold as it was this entire weekend. However, instead of early May, it will be late October or early November. The Yankees and the Chicago Cubs are destined to meet in a World Series. If it is as good as Sunday-night-stretched-into-Monday-morning’s game — an ...

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Trump vows premiums will fall, but these Obamacare insurers want big hikes for 2018

House passes bill to replace Obamacare President Trump may promise that health insurance will get cheaper, but that’s not stopping insurers from asking for big premium hikes for next year. Insurers are starting to file their 2018 rate requests with state regulators, and the initial results aren’t pretty. Maryland and Virginia just released what carriers want to charge consumers on the states’ Obamacare exchanges. It’s still early in the process, and regulators likely won’t approve increases as large as the companies are requesting. But the filings show that some carriers ...

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These 10 states could lose big as Trump revamps NAFTA

NAFTA explained Republican senators are warning President Trump: Be very careful on NAFTA. Trump was ready to rip up the 23-year-old free trade deal with Canada and Mexico last week before phone calls with his counterparts from the two countries, a slew of leaders and advisers from Congress, and his own cabinet intervened to calm the president down. Now Trump says he’ll “renegotiate” instead. GOP leaders are still worried. “It goes without saying that free trade has been a cornerstone of the economy in Texas,” Senator John Cornyn of Texas, ...

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Clamp down on visas for doctors could hurt these parts of the U.S.

How Trump’s travel ban hits this South Dakota doctor Limiting the number of foreign doctors who can get visas to practice in the United States could have a significant impact on certain hospitals and states that rely on them, according to a new study. The research, published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association this week, found that more than 2,100 U.S. employers were certified to fill nearly 10,500 physician jobs through H-1B visas nationwide, in 2016. That represents 1.4% of the physician workforce overall. There were wide ...

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