2018 US Open leaderboard breakdown: Full coverage, scores, highlights from Round 3

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2018 US Open leaderboard breakdown: Full coverage, scores, highlights from Round 2

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2018 US Open leaderboard breakdown: Full coverage, scores, highlights from Round 1

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  2. 2018 US Open live blog: Tiger Woods gets off to disastrous start, Dustin Johnson shares the lead  GolfDigest.com
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Trump lashes out at 'unfair' and 'vicious' Melania coverage

  1. Trump lashes out at ‘unfair’ and ‘vicious’ Melania coverage  The Hill
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Royal wedding 2018 live coverage: The kiss, the dress, the guests in hats

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How America is celebrating the Royal wedding – Events and TV coverage details for the US

How America is celebrating the Royal wedding - Events and TV coverage details for the USAmerica was always wild about Harry. The wedding of his brother seven years ago drew almost 23 million viewers in the States; given that the Prince is marrying an American, Meghan Markle, the excitement about his own wedding has only intensified. And the drama surrounding Ms Markle’s family has sparked a certain surge in fascination, as cable news channels devote lengthy segments to her ailing father Thomas’s “will he, won’t he” attendance, and scrutinise his ill-judged decision to pose for paparazzi pictures near his home in Mexico. It all means that, come Saturday, the United States will be riding the wave of Royal mania. Of course, the story in itself is a classic fairy tale straight out of a Disney film – a handsome prince meets a glamorous actress, and whisks her off her feet. Yet their nuptials will be, in the hearts and minds of many Americans, more akin to something far more readily identifiable. A student at Meghan Markle’s former Los Angeles high school wears British and American flags she takes part in a ‘Here’s to Meghan!’ celebration Credit:  REUTERS/Mike Blake  “It’s the Super Bowl of weddings,” said Anne Chertoff, a wedding magazine and Royal expert, currently running classes on the subject in New York. “America has gone bonkers.” “It’s definitely captured the imagination here,” said Michael Howells, Britain’s consul-general in Los Angeles, Ms Markle’s hometown. “People are talking about it a lot.” The Los Angeles Times has run fashion features on British style, highlighting labels chosen by the bride-to-be such as Burberry and Jigsaw, and has already begun a live blog, with rolling coverage of the lead-up as Ms Markle’s mother left LA to travel to London and meet the Queen. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle How to watch the royal wedding in America The Royal wedding will be televised live in the US – 7am ET, 4am PT. PBS PBS will also be showing the wedding live. The channel will run a five-part nightly series starting May 14, which will end with a live broadcast of the wedding on May 19. CBS CBS will start their coverage three hours before the ceremony, with live broadcasting from  4am ET from Windsor. Tina Brown will join Gayle King and Kevin Frazier live. CBSN CBS’s live-streaming site will also reportedly be broadcasting coverage starting at 4am ET. MSNBC Joy Reid will anchor coverage of the royal wedding on MSNBC from New York starting at 4am ET, while Stephanie Ruhle and Katy Tur will report live from Windsor. NBC  Commentary will begin on NBC at 4:30am ET with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb reporting live from “an exclusive vantage point overlooking Windsor Castle.” FOX Fox’s coverage of the big day will begin at 5am ET with Ainsley Earhardt broadcasting live from Windsor. Their main coverage of the wedding will start at 6am ET, and will feature Shepard Smith and Sandra Smith along with other guests. BBC AMERICA BBC America will be streaming coverage and commentary of the event on May 19. ABC Good Morning America will be starting their coverage at 5am ET on ABC. 20/20 will also provide coverage of the royal wedding with primetime specials on Friday at 10pm ET and Saturday at 10pm ET. E! “E! Live From the Royal Wedding” with hosts Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Sarah-Jane Crawford, and royal expert Melanie Bromley will start at 5am ET on May 19. The channel will also have programming like “The Real Princess Diaries: From Diana to Meghan” scheduled in the weeks leading up to the wedding, and are airing a “Royal Wedding Rundown” on Saturday evening, to recap the historic event right after it happens. How and where to watch the royal wedding if you’re in the UK Students at Meghan’s old school in Los Angeles wave flags at a pre-wedding celebration in the city Credit: REUTERS/Mike Blake Where to celebrate in America Los Angeles In LA, where Thomas Markle Snr lived until 2011, British pubs across the city are advertising their “slumber parties” for the 4am-local-time ceremony, with the Cat and Fiddle in Hollywood suggesting revellers come in their pyjamas and fascinators – described helpfully by the LA Times as “the precarious and ostentatious ladies’ headgear constructed for such special events.” On the day of the wedding itself, Mr Howells will host around 150 people at the consulate for an afternoon tea, with guest invited from across the LA area representing some of the charities the couple are known to support – veterans’ organisations, childrens’ charities and LGBTQ concerns. It will be 11pm in Windsor when Mr Howells’ guests arrive, but at Ms Markle’s former secondary school they couldn’t wait – and had to see the ceremony live. Girls currently studying at Immaculate Heart, a private Catholic day school in Hollywood, are planning to gather in the school to watch the 4am events as they happen. Ms Markle studied at the school from 11 to 18, leaving in 1999. Shea Sprague, 17, said their classrooms were abuzz when the news of the engagement was made public. Maureen Diekmann, president of Immaculate Heart school, with students Credit: Harriet Alexander “This school raised a princess,” she told The Telegraph, to laughter from her friends. Mia Speier, 17, added: “She’s made such a difference – not just as an actress, but also as an activist, a UN ambassador – it’s really inspirational. “She’s poised and well spoken. Even if she didn’t come from royalty, she’s ready.” The girls said they knew they couldn’t miss the live ceremony – even before the timing was announced. “Even if it’s in the middle of the night,” said Miss Sprague. “We’ll be watching with a cup of tea.” Chicago On leaving high school Ms Markle attended Northwestern University in Chicago – a place the Prince’s mother visited in 1996. On the eve of the wedding the university plans a talk about the history of the royal family, exploring their evolution with an afternoon tea entitled: The British monarchy: then and now. Meghan Markle’s high school yearbook photograph Credit: Harriet Alexander Washington DC The nation’s capital is celebrating at a royal wedding pop-up bar, which has opened in Washington DC for two weeks. On the day of the wedding the bar will be open from 6:30am for customers to view watch the wedding from big projectors with a full catered breakfast, and all proceeds going to Prince Harry’s Invictus Games Foundation. “It’s hard not to get swept up in the romance of a royal wedding, especially when it involves a modern, real-life fairy tale,” said Angie Fetherston, CEO of Drink Company, which owns the bar. “I’ve been a superfan of the Royals since I was a kid and knew as soon as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were engaged that we had to bring a slice of their day to all of the fans who want to experience a little bit of the fantasy – fascinators and all.” Inside the bar the interior of St. George’s Chapel has been recreated, with hand-carved replicas of the wedding venue’s vaulted ceiling and columns. Patrons can sip on cocktails including the Kensington Garden Party and the Markle Sparkle, or opt for God Save the Queen – a classic martini with gin and dry vermouth, served with a souvenir crown. The British embassy in Washington is delivering handwritten notes from visitors to the bar to Kensington Palace, and have leant the bar a statue of a Beefeater, along with a Royal Mailbox. New York City In New York, too, preparations have been afoot for the big day. Last week eight corgis were bounding through Herald Square in central Manhattan, to promote a television drama portraying their courtship. The Queen in 1969 Introduced by name, Meghan the corgi was the star of the show in a white wedding dress and tiara, while Prince Harry wore his ceremonial blues. “Duchess Kate” was in a blue dress and feathered hat and her “children,” “Prince George” and “Princess Charlotte” were in a blue tie and a pink dress, respectively. “Queen Elizabeth II” was suitably regal in a bejewelled crown and cape. The show, Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, aired on Sunday – the night after CNN show their documentary on the couple. Humans wishing to emulate the pair, meanwhile, can book the Conrad Hotel’s “Propose like a Prince” package – two nights in their Conrad suite, a helicopter tour of the city, and a private consultation with the London Jewellers, based in TriBeCa, who are offering an exact replica of Ms Markle’s engagement ring. Students at Meghan Markle’s former Los Angeles high school dance as they stage a ‘Here’s to Meghan!’ celebration ahead of her marriage Credit: REUTERS/Mike Blake “We’ve had a lot of interest in this – so much so that it’s been extended until the end of summer,” said Vildana Kurtovic, assistant marketing manager for the hotel. “I’m a huge fan of the Royal family, and we just wanted to embrace and celebrate them in a big way.” She admits, however, that despite the interest no one has actually taken the plunge – the $10,000 price tag perhaps having something to do with it. In the run up to the wedding, Mrs Chertoff, the wedding and Royal expert, has been hosting etiquette talks at the Downton Abbey exhibition in midtown Manhattan. Royal wedding PREMIUM GRID Inside the formal dining room of the Crawley family, tourists and New Yorkers are manners fit for a princess – how to curtsey, how to sit, how to approach a Royal dining table. “It’s kind of a history lesson, but also useful for modern life,” said Mrs Chertoff. “Millennials are especially interested, because they perhaps don’t have formal dining at home. “We have a nice mix of ages coming along, and I think people have a renewed fascination thanks to The Crown – I get asked a lot of questions about her tiara, and the line of succession. “There are few things that can bring a country together like a Royal wedding.”


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How and where to watch the Royal wedding tomorrow – TV coverage, channel information and start times

How and where to watch the Royal wedding tomorrow - TV coverage, channel information and start timesThe royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle takes place tomorrow, on Saturday 19 May. For those of us not lucky enough to be on the guest list or among the 2,460 members of the public invited to stand in the grounds of Windsor Castle on the big day, the next best option is to watch the celebrations live on television. As with previous royal weddings and milestone celebrations, there will be hours of coverage streamed live from the lawns of Windsor Castle and the St George’s Chapel nave.  There will also be cheering crowds packing the pavements of Windsor and thousands celebrating at street parties across the UK. Here’s our complete guide to how you can watch the wedding on TV, whether you are in the UK, the US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand – as well as the FA Cup Final, which falls on the same day. Not long to go… Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the day they announced their engagement Credit: Paul Grover for the Telegraph When is the wedding, again? The Prince and Ms Markle are set to be married tomorrow (Saturday, 19 May). Clear your diary. The hour-long ceremony will begin at 12pm sharp at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, but expect several hours of TV coverage first as the excitement and anticipation builds. The service, conducted by the Dean of Windsor, will end around 1pm when Prince Harry and Ms Markle have taken their vows – officiated by The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. The couple have also asked the Most Rev Bishop Michael Curry, the first African-American elected as presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church, to delivering a rousing sermon about love during the ceremony. Wedding at Windsor Castle Will the wedding be on television? Yes, you’ll be able to catch all the action from your sofa. The wedding and procession will be televised live on networks around the world. A single pool camera will capture the nuptials so many channels will be able to broadcast it.  It’s highly unlikely that we’ll catch a glimpse of the two wedding receptions. They are private events for guests only.  In the UK, the BBC, Sky News and ITV will cover the day with big-name presenters. BBC  The BBC’s coverage will run from 9am until 2pm on Saturday. The broadcast will be anchored by Huw Edwards, Kirsty Young and Dermot O’Leary from the grounds of Windsor Castle. Young and O’Leary will cover the build-up from the castle’s moat, whilst newsreader Edwards presents from the equally spectacular roof of the Windsor Guard Room. They will be supported by a team of roaming presenters including The One Show’s Alex Jones and former Strictly Come Dancing champion Ore Oduba, who will capture the excitement on the ground.  The BBC has announced that a television licence will not be needed to watch the wedding, allowing communities to screen the event at street parties and gatherings.   Profile | Julie Etchingham ITV ITV’s output will run from 9.25am until 3pm, presented by Phillip Schofield and Julie Etchingham, using a purpose-built studio in Windsor. Other presenters include Mary Nightingale, Nina Hossain, Charlotte Hawkins and royal editor Chris Ship who will provide updates throughout the day. Sky News Sky’s coverage will also start early, running from 9am until 3pm. Kay Burley, Anna Botting, Jayne Secker, Sarah-Jane Mee, Colin Brazier and Jonathan Samuels will present the live coverage from Windsor.  Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, travel to Buckingham Palace, after their wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London, 2011 Credit: POOL/REUTERS How to watch the Royal wedding on TV from the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand As Harry and Meghan will enter the chapel at 12pm BST, North American viewers will have an early start if they want to catch the action live.    The first footage will be available from CBS’ This Morning, which airs at 4am EST (1am PT). NBC takes its entire Today show to Windsor for their coverage beginning at 4.30am EST (1.30am PT), and ABC News and Good Morning America will begin at 5am EST (2am PT). Meanwhile, BBC America will broadcast a live simulcast of the UK’s BBC One from 4.15am EST (1.15am PT), and HBO begins their live coverage at the more accommodating time of 7.15am EST (4.30am PT).  All of these American broadcasters are set to provide online and mobile coverage of the big day,  but ensure you are a paid subscriber to watch BBC America or HBO. Another alternative is to find one of almost 200 cinema screenings across the US for a 10am (local time) screening of ITV’s broadcast, only a few hours after the events unfold in Windsor.  St George’s Chapel, Windsor  Credit:  Dominic Lipinski – WPA Pool/Getty Images Canadian’s can turn to national broadcaster CBC from 4am EST (1am PT) for live coverage, or opt to follow their live CBC News blog with updates from the goings-on at Windsor. Whist CBC’s World Report radio programme will air from 6am EST (3am PT) for a special royal wedding breakfast edition. On the opposite side of the globe, New Zealanders can tune-in from 10.30pm for TVNZ’s simulcast of BBC One for the ceremony set to begin at 11pm Wellington-time. The national broadcaster will also show a highlights package the next day, for anyone wanting an early night.      Australian’s have a choice of ABC, Seven, SBS, and Nine for Aussie-led coverage from Windsor, or a BBC One simulcast via Foxtel, all kicking-off between 7pm and 7.30pm AEST. Read more about how to watch the royal wedding in America here. Windsor Castle from the air Screenings: Where can I watch it in London? Has your royal wedding invite been lost in the post? Never mind… there’s various screenings taking place across the country, including in Belfast, Salisbury, Leeds, Swansea, Winchester and Portsmouth. Here are the main events taking place in the capital. Head down to ONE Marylebone church for its Royal Wedding Party. The all day event will feature live screenings from Windsor at 12pm as well as various entertainment throughout the day, including live bands, corsage making and first dance classes. Make sure you get a ticket though – they’re £25.  Over in Chelsea, Bluebird on the King’s Road is hosting a full day screening of the wedding, followed by a live DJ from 5pm. Everything from bunch, burgers and strawberries and cream will be available. Tickets are £25 and include a glass of bubbles. Cheers! In Greenwich, a big screen will be set up on the lawn in front of the National Maritime Museum between 10am and 3pm. There will also be a screen within the grounds of the iconic Battersea Power Station, in the Village Hall in Circus West Village – providing a weatherproof viewing spot. Both screenings are free – even better.  Kensington Palace is also hosting a special outdoor screening of the wedding in the palace gardens in association with The Luna Cinema – what better place to follow all the action than in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s back garden. However, the 1,000 tickets were only available via a ballot, which has now closed. If you’re one of the lucky ones you’ll be watching the historic event unfold on the Orangery lawn with a picnic and a glass of bubbles. Royal wedding countdown in pictures as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s preparations begin How many people will tune in? You can expect the wedding to attract a large audience in the UK and abroad. About 27 million Britons and 23 million Americans watched the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011. The BBC’s coverage of William and Kate’s wedding attracted 67.2 per cent of the television audience share that day, attracting 18.7 million viewers to BBC One during the ceremony. More than a million people used BBC iPlayer to watch the coverage. In 2011, the BBC had faced intense criticism for choosing Huw Edwards to anchor the presenting team rather than more seasoned royal broadcasters such as David Dimbleby. They were also criticised for using Fearne Cotton to provide coverage from outside Buckingham Palace. WATCH: How Diana, the in-laws and Prince Louis will fit into the Royal Wedding The warm-up As excitement builds before the wedding day, a host of broadcasters will deploy in-depth documentaries and extended Harry and Meghan coverage. ITV have already aired a one-off feature entitled Invitation to a Royal Wedding. It looks-back at British royal weddings from the past and is produced by the team responsible for the Princess Diana documentary Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy. The BBC unleashes its programming on the Friday night, with Edwards, Young and O’Leary featuring in The Royal Wedding: They’re Getting Married In The Morning.  A large handful of major American broadcasters have announced plans for royal wedding inspired programmes to be shown in the coming weeks. What about the FA Cup final? The FA Cup final falls on the same day as the royal wedding. The game between Chelsea and Manchester United will kick off at 5.15pm BST on BBC One, so football-loving royalists can have their cake and eat it.  However the BBC’s one-off TV licence dispensation, allowing viewers to watch the royal wedding without a TV licence, does not apply to the FA Cup final – so find a screen somewhere near to your royal wedding celebrations.     Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, usually attends the final and presents the cup to the winning captain in his role as Football Association president. However, he will miss the event this year to fulfil his role as Prince Harry’s best man. Royal wedding | Read more


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Cambridge Analytica is shutting down, says the 'siege of media coverage' drove away clients

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