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    JADON SANCHO revealed why he is enjoying a goalscoring spree at Manchester United. The £73million 2021 arrival from Borussia Dortmund struggled in his debut campaign at Old Trafford with just three league goals and five overall. 2Jadon Sancho rounded Danny Ward to tap into an empty net at LeicesterCredit: Getty 2The winger has two goals in his last three Premier League gamesCredit: Getty But the England winger has impressed under Erik ten Hag this term, starting all five games so far under the Dutchman. He grabbed the opener in the 2-1 win over Liverpool last week and tucked in the only goal of the game away at Leicester yesterday. And as he basks in his best spell in the Premier League brimming with confidence, Sancho pinpointed the reason for his upturn. The Red Devils star, 22, told BT Sport on the King Power pitch: "Obviously, doing pre-season with the team, it was my first pre-season as last year I missed pre-season. READ MORE MAN UTD STORIESMan Utd transfer news Cristiano Ronaldo 'accepts stay' until January, Dubravka ANNOUNCED "So...
    Lewis Hamilton has revealed he is 'struggling mentally and emotionally' and said it is a 'constant effort to keep going'. The seven-time Formula One world champion, who finished 10th at last Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, made the admission via a post on his Instagram story on Thursday. 'It has been such a tough year already with everything that is happening around us,' said the 37-year-old. 'Hard some days to stay positive. 'I have struggled mentally and emotionally for a long time, to keep going is a constant effort but we have to keep fighting. We have so much to do and to achieve.' Hamilton, who has won more F1 races than any driver in the sport's history, is contesting his 16th season on the grid. But the British driver has endured a trying start to the new campaign in his uncompetitive Mercedes machinery.  Hamilton finished third at the opening round in Bahrain - after both Red Bull drivers retired in the closing stages with reliability failures - and then scored only a solitary point in Saudi Arabia last weekend....
    A contestant on The Price is Right has delighted social media users with her very awkward on-stage moment. In a viral clip, the contestant — who reportedly appeared on the game show last year — has just taken her turn spinning the Big Wheel and is supposed to exit while the next contestant takes a turn. But the woman is unable to find the exit, and as her competitor spins the wheel, she can be seen walking around in the background, looking for the way out with a panicked expression.    A contestant (pictured in red) on The Price is Right has delighted social media users with her very awkward on-stage moment The unidentified contestant has just taken her turn spinning the Big Wheel and is supposed to exit - but she can't figure out where to do so and awkwardly wanders around stage @pilotboy1985 #FYP #TPIR ♬ original sound - Christopher Ward TikTok user Christopher Ward (@pilotboy1985) shared the clip on February 23. While he didn't indicate when it aired, another commenter who claimed to be in the audience said the...
    Darren Welch | iStock | Getty Images Millions of renters are at risk of financial hardship as federal and state relief measures wind down. That's a new warning from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which found that the pandemic-era safety net helped renters across the U.S. maintain stability during months of historic unemployment and uncertainty. Now those protections are running out: The national eviction moratorium is over, few states are still banning the proceedings and the $45 billion in rental assistance allocated by Congress to address the crisis has been painfully slow to reach people. Around 10.7 million renters remain behind on their rent, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. The average debt in Maryland, where nearly 19% of renters are behind, is more than $4,500, according to data provided to CNBC by Surgo Ventures, a nonprofit organization focusing on health and data. The typical balance in California, where 15% of renters are not caught up, is closer to $5,200. More from Personal Finance: House Democrats' plan would prohibit IRAs from holding private equity, hedge fundsThe wealthy...
    courtneyk | E+ | Getty Images The end of eviction protections combined with the snail-paced distribution of federal rental assistance means that the struggles for renters aren't going away anytime soon. More than 6 million households remain behind on rent payments, a figure that has only worsened of late, despite an unprecedented allocation of funding for renters in distress by Congress. That $45 billion in aid has been bafflingly slow to reach families. By the end of August, just around $5 billion had been spent, even though the funding was approved in stimulus packages passed in December and then March. Fewer than 1 million households had been helped. Even as the worst of the pandemic appears behind us and unemployment levels drop, many renters won't be able to clear up their arrears until they receive the federal aid. The average debt in Maryland, where nearly 19% of renters continue to be behind, is more than $4,500, according to data provided to CNBC by Surgo Ventures, a nonprofit organization focusing on health and data. The typical balance in California, where 15%...
    STRUGGLING homeowners are being given extra support from the end of August to help prevent them from losing their homes. It comes as temporary federal rules during the Covid crisis have banned foreclosures until July 31. 1Struggling homeowners are being given extra support from August if they can't meet mortgage paymentsCredit: Alamy The ban was initially set to end on June 30, but was extended last week by another month. Foreclosures are when you default on your mortgage and the lender aims to recover the amount owed by taking ownership of your home and selling it. To help homeowners who are still struggling, the US consumer watchdog yesterday announced new rules to come into affect from August 31. It comes as seven million households temporarily paused their mortgage payments during the pandemic, thanks to temporary rules. How homeowners are getting extra helpUNDER the new rules, homeowners generally have three options to get out of the red and avoid foreclosure, according to the CFPB. These are: Resume regular mortgage payments: Lenders can move your missed payments to the...
    Homeowners behind on their mortgages could soon win extra time to get caught up, a federal consumer watchdog agency tells CBS MoneyWatch. An estimated 2 million homeowners are months behind on their home-loan payments due to income losses during the coronavirus pandemic. A foreclosure moratorium passed by Congress last year has kept families in their homes even though they're behind on payments. The moratorium is set to expire next week. Hoping to gain more time for homeowners, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is working on a new rule that would delay many foreclosure scenarios into the foreseeable future. A bureau spokesperson didn't give details Tuesday about the pending rule, but told CBS MoneyWatch the agency expects to hash out a proposal involving mortgage servicers in coming weeks.  Citing anonymous sources, Reuters reported Tuesday the bureau plans to adopt a rule that further delays certain types of foreclosures. However, the bureau spokesperson said the final outcome is still a moving target. "The CFPB is working on finalizing the proposal," the spokesperson said in a statement. "We remain committed to working with both...
    RENTERS could receive up to $25,000 in federal stimulus money as cash-strapped Americans fall behind on their bills. It's estimated that around six million people owe approximately $20billion in back rent, according to a University of California, Berkeley study. Read our stimulus checks live blog for the latest updates on Covid-19 relief... 3Renters could receive up to $25,000 in federal stimulus money as Americans fall behind on utility billsCredit: Getty Lawmakers approved emergency rental aid in two parts after passing the pandemic relief bill in December and the $1.9billion Covid stimulus bill. Americans may be able to receive up to $25,000 depending on where they live. The emergency help comes as the nationwide eviction ban is due to expire on June 30. To qualify for the sum, at least one member of your household must receive unemployment benefits, Yahoo Money reports. Americans may also receive a boost if they can explain that Covid has directly caused a loss of income, making it difficult to pay rent. The Treasury Emergency Rental Assistance program has made over $46billion available...
    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Roughly 2,800 inmates are behind bars at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles, all of them men struggling with mental illness.In fact, it's the nation's largest mental health facility."This has become the way to handle those that don't have the care they need out on the street," said Sgt. Francine Rizzio with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.But, some good things are happening at Twin Towers. Specifically on the fourth floor, where the inmates who need the most medical attention are seeing real progress.Some four years ago, inmate Craigen Armstrong was among the general population at Men's Central Jail. After completing a series of education classes, he's now a Merit Master at Twin Towers - essentially a mental health assistant and group leader for a pod of inmates."You have guys who are battling schizophrenia. It's very challenging and it's a very severe illness," Armstrong said.After prison, women turn lives around with help from SoCal 'New Way of Life' programEMBED More News Videos After prison, Susan Burton turned her life around and now...
    TAMMY ABRAHAM has become the latest victim of Thomas Tuchel’s brutal diplomacy at Chelsea. The striker was not even in the  squad yesterday — but was old to turn up for training today with a smile on his face. 2Tammy Abraham has been in and out of the team under Thomas TuchelCredit: AP:Associated Press England star Abraham was also subbed in the last two Premier League matches, prompting fears he is battling injury. But boss Tuchel said: "At the moment he is only struggling with my decision, because we have a strong squad. "It’s the way it is. "We have only Thiago Silva injured so we have to make hard decisions. "Tammy has to do exactly what he does, train well, be in a good mood and accept he is a striker for Chelsea so the competition is at the highest level in Europe. "When you are a player for Chelsea there are hard decisions. "I am happy to take them because it means everybody is on board and this is what you sign up for. "These moments...
    21 artists to keep an eye on in 2021 Absolutely massive homes listed for less than $100K Gutsy Real Madrid come from behind to beat struggling Huesca Real Madrid fought back on Saturday as Raphael Varane scored twice to complete a gutsy 2-1 win against bottom club Huesca and ease the pressure on coach Zinedine Zidane. © Pau BARRENA Real Madrid needed an unlikely double from Varane (R) to beat Huesca An angry Zidane told reporters on Friday to show more "respect" after a poor run of results prompted many to suggest Madrid need wholesale changes this summer. His players responded by digging deep against Huesca, with Varane the unlikely hero, the defender twice finishing in the second half to seal victory after Javier Galan's stunning strike had put Huesca in front. Madrid were without a number of injured players including Eden Hazard, Dani Carvajal, Lucas Vazquez and Sergio Ramos, who the club said on Saturday has undergone surgery on his left knee.  The team also had Thibaut Courtois to thank after their goalkeeper made an excellent save with...
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    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City The New York Yankees couldn’t be heading into the postseason in a more unimpressive fashion — which only adds to the air of uncertainty that 2020 has brought. They lost six of their final eight games, including a three-game sweep to finish the regular season at the hands the Miami Marlins. Luckily for them, the Toronto Blue Jays lost their season finale to the Baltimore Orioles, ensuring the Yankees would keep their No. 5 seed in the American League rather than sinking to the No. 7 seed. It’s hardly the place anyone expected the Yankees to be at the start of Major League Baseball’s 60-game season, as many tabbed them to reel off 40-plus wins and take the American League East division crown with ease. Instead, inconsistencies, injuries, and an inability to win on the road (22-9 at home, 11-18 on the road) relegated the Yankees to a lower seed in the American League, forcing them to play the entirety of...
    President Donald Trump revived his attacks on Fox News after the network reported on public opinion shows showing him trailing rival Joe Biden and facing tough challenges in swing states. The president once again accused the network of running 'suppression polls' – meant to drive down turnout – by publishing reports that showed him behind, without providing further evidence.  The network has reported on polls showing Trump trailing Democrat Joe Biden by 9 percentage points in a respected polling average.  President Donald Trump is attacking Fox News over its reporting on polls that show him consistently trailing rival Joe Biden Fox's nonpartisan polling unit also released a series of polls giving Biden the edge in critical swing states – including some that Trump carried in 2016.  The polls had Biden leading Trump in Texas, Georgia, and Florida – with Biden holding a whopping 8 point lead in the Sunshine state, with a 49-40. Trump moved his legal residence from New York to Florida, and regularly visits his Mar-a-Lago club there.  The RealClearPolitics poll average has Joe Biden leading...
    FRANK LAMPARD ordered his Chelsea team to cut out the sloppy mistakes, despite beating Aston Villa 2-1. Sub Christian Pulisic and striker Olivier Giroud scored inside two second half minutes after Kortney Hause grabbed a shock opener for struggling Villa. Andy Hooper-The Daily Mail 2 Frank Lampard blasted Chelsea for their sloppy mistakes against Aston Villa The win cemented Chelsea’s place in the top four, but defeat for Villa kept them in the bottom three. Blues boss Lampard, whose men now face Manchester City on Thursday, said: “It is important we don’t lose sight of some of the errors in the game as we conceded a poor goal. “We played well in patches, but when they put us under pressure I thought we gave it away too easily. “There are things we will definitely have to clean up for future games. I want to be positive but there were things we could improve. CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest Blues news “The games are looking different now, not just without the crowd but the details of the...
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