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Donald Trump's inauguration: What time, what channel, live-stream, schedule of events

On Friday, as prescribed by the United States Constitution, the next president of the United States will be sworn in.

Donald Trump will take the oath of office at noon, becoming the country’s 45th president.

According to inauguration organizers, nearly 1 million people are expected to be in or around the Capitol for the swearing in of Trump and his vice president, Mike Pence.

If you are among the 60 or so congressional Democrats who will not be attending, or the millions who can’t make it to Washington for the ceremonies, here’s a guide to what will happen over the next few days.

How to watch

What time does it start?

For those planning to watch the ceremonies from home or work, most coverage begins around 9 a.m. ET.  The ceremony starts at 11:30 a.m. ET (see schedule below).

What channel is it on?

It will be on all the major network channels along with cable channels CNN, Fox, MSNBC, C-Span and other news channels.

What about live streaming?

The major networks will stream it on their sites – you may need to log in to the TV provider to access the coverage. Also, sites like Politico and C-Span will live stream the events, as will TV stations in local markets. The White House will be streaming it on its website

You Tube has partnered with news outlets to stream the coverage, also.

Here’s the schedule of events for the next few days (all times are ET)

Thursday

  • At 10:35 a.m., a concert will begin near the Lincoln Memorial. Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down, Lee Greenwood and others will perform at the event which goes on all day.  President-elect Trump and vice-president-elect Pence will address the crowd around 4 p.m. There will be a fireworks show after the concert.
  • There will be a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns at 3 p.m. at Arlington National Cemetery. Trump and Pence will be there.
  • Trump is expected to spend the night at Blair House, the presidential guest residence that is located across the street from the White House.

Friday 

  • At 8:30 a.m., Trump and Pence will attend a service at St. John’s Episcopal Church. The church is near the White House.
  • At 9:30 a.m., The Trumps and the Obamas will meet at the White House. Trump and Obama will ride together from the White House to the Capitol.
  • At 9:30 a.m., the inauguration ceremony begins with musical performances.
  • At 11:30 a.m., opening remarks for the ceremony will begin. After the opening remarks, the invocation and some readings, Pence will be sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. At noon, Trump will become the 45th president of the United States when he takes the oath of office. The oath will be administered by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts. Trump will use president Lincoln’s Bible and the Bible he was given by his mother at Sunday school graduation in 1955. He will then deliver his inaugural address. It takes place on the West Front of the Capitol building.
  • At 12:30 p.m., Trump and Pence will go to a Congressional luncheon that is held in the Capitol.
  • After lunch, Trump and Pence will review the troops  from the East Front of the Capitol.
  • At 3 p.m. the inaugural parade will begin. The new president and vice president will lead the parade that follows a route from the Capitol to the White House down Pennsylvania Avenue. The parade is set to last for two hours.
  • From 7 to 11 p.m. the inaugural balls will be held. The Trumps and the Pences will attend three of the balls.

Saturday

  • From 10-11 a.m., Trump and Pence will attend an interfaith service at the Washington National Cathedral.

What about the weather?

The National Weather service says it will be 47 degrees and cloudy on Friday in Washington DC. Look for rain showers to begin around noon,  but storms are not expected. 

>>Complete coverage of Donald Trump's inauguration 

Winged bull, drone-topped ice cream up for Trafalgar Sq spot

A recreation of an ancient sculpture destroyed by the Islamic State group is among finalists for a place amid the tourists and statues in London's Trafalgar Square.

Michael Rakowitz's replica of an Assyrian figure of a winged-bull deity, known as lamassu, from the Iraqi city of Mosul is among five contenders for a spot on the square's "fourth plinth," a platform for public art.

Other finalists announced Thursday include a sculpture of a scoop of ice cream with a cherry and a drone on top by Heather Phillipson

Two of the works will be chosen for display in 2018 and 2020.

The plinth was erected in 1841 for a never-completed equestrian statue. Since 1999, it has been occupied by a series of artworks for about 18 months at a time.

The current occupant is a giant bronze thumb by artist David Shrigley.

Winged bull, drone-topped ice cream up for Trafalgar Sq spot

A recreation of an ancient sculpture destroyed by the Islamic State group is among finalists for a place amid the tourists and statues in London's Trafalgar Square.

Michael Rakowitz's replica of an Assyrian figure of a winged-bull deity, known as lamassu, from the Iraqi city of Mosul is among five contenders for a spot on the square's "fourth plinth," a platform for public art.

Other finalists announced Thursday include a sculpture of a scoop of ice cream with a cherry and a drone on top by Heather Phillipson

Two of the works will be chosen for display in 2018 and 2020.

The plinth was erected in 1841 for a never-completed equestrian statue. Since 1999, it has been occupied by a series of artworks for about 18 months at a time.

The current occupant is a giant bronze thumb by artist David Shrigley.

Fifth Harmony makes quartet debut at People's Choice

Fifth Harmony has made its debut as a quartet at the People's Choice Awards in the group's first performance since Camila Cabello's departure last month.

The girl group performed their biggest hit, "Work From Home," on the Microsoft Theater stage in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. Each member got their share of the spotlight with their name shown on the big screen above the stage while singing their solo verse.

DJ Khaled presented the foursome with their second straight favorite group award after their set.

Cabello left Fifth Harmony to pursue a solo career in December.

Fifth Harmony makes quartet debut at People's Choice

Fifth Harmony has made its debut as a quartet at the People's Choice Awards in the group's first performance since Camila Cabello's departure last month.

The girl group performed their biggest hit, "Work From Home," on the Microsoft Theater stage in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. Each member got their share of the spotlight with their name shown on the big screen above the stage while singing their solo verse.

DJ Khaled presented the foursome with their second straight favorite group award after their set.

Cabello left Fifth Harmony to pursue a solo career in December.

Stars of 'Hidden Figures' among SAG Awards presenters

The nominated stars of "Moonlight," ''Hidden Figures," ''Manchester by the Sea" and "Captain Fantastic" will be among the presenters at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Producers announced Thursday that Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris of "Moonlight," Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae of "Hidden Figures," Casey Affleck and Lucas Hedges of "Manchester by the Sea" and "Captain Fantastic" star Viggo Mortensen will take on presentation duties at the Jan. 29 ceremony in Los Angeles. All four films are nominated for outstanding cast performance, along with Denzel Washington's "Fences."

Last year's best actress winner, Brie Larson, is also set to present at the show, which will be broadcast live on TBS and TNT.

Producers previously announced that Lily Tomlin will accept the SAG Life Achievement Award from Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton.

Stars of 'Hidden Figures' among SAG Awards presenters

The nominated stars of "Moonlight," ''Hidden Figures," ''Manchester by the Sea" and "Captain Fantastic" will be among the presenters at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Producers announced Thursday that Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris of "Moonlight," Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae of "Hidden Figures," Casey Affleck and Lucas Hedges of "Manchester by the Sea" and "Captain Fantastic" star Viggo Mortensen will take on presentation duties at the Jan. 29 ceremony in Los Angeles. All four films are nominated for outstanding cast performance, along with Denzel Washington's "Fences."

Last year's best actress winner, Brie Larson, is also set to present at the show, which will be broadcast live on TBS and TNT.

Producers previously announced that Lily Tomlin will accept the SAG Life Achievement Award from Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton.

After short hiatus, Lady Antebellum is back with new music

The short hiatus country vocal trio Lady Antebellum announced in 2015 kept them apart for longer than they had been in a decade. Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley went in different directions on their solo albums, while Dave Haywood honed his skills as a producer.

So when they did reunite in the studio last year, they spent as much time together as possible.

"We lived together for two months pretty much, half of it in Florida and half of the other time we wrote and recorded in Los Angeles," Scott, 30, said.

"Dave cooked for us," Kelley, 35, said.

"And all kinds of craft cocktails," Haywood, 34, added.

"It was like adult summer camp," Kelley said.

On Thursday, the Grammy-winning vocal group released a new single, "You Look Good," from their forthcoming album "Heart Break," coming out June 9, which is their first new album since their 2014 album, "747." The single mixes a dazzling horn section with a swaggering bass riff that reflects the band's sun-filled days in the Hollywood Hills and white sand beaches of Florida.

"I think we wrote half the record, the majority of half the record, in three or four days when we were down in Florida," Kelley said.

"Nine songs in four days," Scott said.

The time apart, however brief, was just the reset the band needed after a decade of grinding through five studio albums and numerous arena tours. Following major success early on with their multi-platinum hit crossover song and album "Need You Now," the trio that formed in their 20s became accustomed to writing songs together on the road and quickly recording during breaks at home in Nashville.

"Writing while you're touring, which we've done a lot, after a while can become a little tiresome," Haywood said.

Kelley said writing that way felt disjointed.

"You're always having to write in little chunks," Kelley said. "So you'll start a song, then you'll do the next verse after a little while and then you've got to go somewhere and do a meet and greet."

But living together for weeks on end without the pressure of performing every weekend and away from the daily demands of Music City enabled them to explore more challenging musical material. It also helped to have a demanding producer in busbee, who has been producing pop and R&B-influenced country records with Maren Morris and Keith Urban.

"He just pushed us, vocally and lyrically," Kelley said. "I got really frustrated with him at times and that's what he loves. He cherished every time I would argue against him."

This year, they'll embark on their next world tour, which starts in May in Bakersfield, California, and will take them to Canada, Europe and South Africa. For the first time, all three singers will be bringing along their children for parts of the tour.

"It's so much fun watching them play with each other and sometimes share, sometimes not," said Haywood.

But the band says it's too early to tell if their kids have inherited their musical talents. Kelley's son Ward is almost 1, while Scott's daughter is 3.

"Eisele can sing," Kelley said of Scott's daughter. "She's got good pitch. I don't know about Ward. He'll be a roadie."

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Online:

http://ladyantebellum.com/

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Follow Kristin M. Hall on Twitter at https://twitter.com/kmhall .

After short hiatus, Lady Antebellum is back with new music

The short hiatus country vocal trio Lady Antebellum announced in 2015 kept them apart for longer than they had been in a decade. Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley went in different directions on their solo albums, while Dave Haywood honed his skills as a producer.

So when they did reunite in the studio last year, they spent as much time together as possible.

"We lived together for two months pretty much, half of it in Florida and half of the other time we wrote and recorded in Los Angeles," Scott, 30, said.

"Dave cooked for us," Kelley, 35, said.

"And all kinds of craft cocktails," Haywood, 34, added.

"It was like adult summer camp," Kelley said.

On Thursday, the Grammy-winning vocal group released a new single, "You Look Good," from their forthcoming album "Heart Break," coming out June 9, which is their first new album since their 2014 album, "747." The single mixes a dazzling horn section with a swaggering bass riff that reflects the band's sun-filled days in the Hollywood Hills and white sand beaches of Florida.

"I think we wrote half the record, the majority of half the record, in three or four days when we were down in Florida," Kelley said.

"Nine songs in four days," Scott said.

The time apart, however brief, was just the reset the band needed after a decade of grinding through five studio albums and numerous arena tours. Following major success early on with their multi-platinum hit crossover song and album "Need You Now," the trio that formed in their 20s became accustomed to writing songs together on the road and quickly recording during breaks at home in Nashville.

"Writing while you're touring, which we've done a lot, after a while can become a little tiresome," Haywood said.

Kelley said writing that way felt disjointed.

"You're always having to write in little chunks," Kelley said. "So you'll start a song, then you'll do the next verse after a little while and then you've got to go somewhere and do a meet and greet."

But living together for weeks on end without the pressure of performing every weekend and away from the daily demands of Music City enabled them to explore more challenging musical material. It also helped to have a demanding producer in busbee, who has been producing pop and R&B-influenced country records with Maren Morris and Keith Urban.

"He just pushed us, vocally and lyrically," Kelley said. "I got really frustrated with him at times and that's what he loves. He cherished every time I would argue against him."

This year, they'll embark on their next world tour, which starts in May in Bakersfield, California, and will take them to Canada, Europe and South Africa. For the first time, all three singers will be bringing along their children for parts of the tour.

"It's so much fun watching them play with each other and sometimes share, sometimes not," said Haywood.

But the band says it's too early to tell if their kids have inherited their musical talents. Kelley's son Ward is almost 1, while Scott's daughter is 3.

"Eisele can sing," Kelley said of Scott's daughter. "She's got good pitch. I don't know about Ward. He'll be a roadie."

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Online:

http://ladyantebellum.com/

___

Follow Kristin M. Hall on Twitter at https://twitter.com/kmhall .

Who won big at the 2017 People's Choice Awards? See the winners list

Big names from television, movies and music took the spotlight Wednesday at the 2017 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles. 

>> PHOTOS: People's Choice Awards red carpet

>> PHOTOS: People's Choice Awards show

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Check out the full list of winners below:

Movies

  • Favorite movie: "Finding Dory"
  • Favorite movie actor: Ryan Reynolds
  • Favorite movie actress: Jennifer Lawrence
  • Favorite action movie: "Deadpool"
  • Favorite action movie actor: Robert Downey Jr.
  • Favorite action movie actress: Margot Robbie
  • Favorite animated movie voice: Ellen DeGeneres, "Finding Dory"
  • Favorite comedic movie: "Bad Moms"
  • Favorite comedic movie actor: Kevin Hart
  • Favorite comedic movie actress: Melissa McCarthy
  • Favorite dramatic movie: "Me Before You"
  • Favorite dramatic movie actor: Tom Hanks
  • Favorite dramatic movie actress: Blake Lively
  • Favorite family movie: "Finding Dory"
  • Favorite thriller movie: "The Girl on the Train"
  • Favorite movie icon: Johnny Depp
  • Favorite year-end blockbuster: "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"

Television

  • Favorite TV show: "Outlander"
  • Favorite network TV comedy: "The Big Bang Theory"
  • Favorite comedic TV actor: Jim Parsons
  • Favorite comedic TV actress: Sofia Vergara
  • Favorite network TV drama: "Grey's Anatomy"
  • Favorite dramatic TV actor: Justin Chambers
  • Favorite dramatic TV actress: Priyanka Chopra
  • Favorite cable TV comedy: "Baby Daddy"
  • Favorite cable TV drama: "Bates Motel"
  • Favorite cable TV actor: Freddie Highmore
  • Favorite cable TV actress: Vera Farmiga
  • Favorite TV crime drama: "Criminal Minds"
  • Favorite TV crime drama actor: Mark Harmon
  • Favorite TV crime drama actress: Jennifer Lopez
  • Favorite premium drama series: "Orange Is the New Black"
  • Favorite premium comedy series: "Fuller House"
  • Favorite premium series actor: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
  • Favorite premium series actress: Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Favorite network sci-fi/fantasy TV show: "Supernatural"
  • Favorite cable sci-fi/fantasy TV show: "The Walking Dead"
  • Favorite premium sci-fi/fantasy series: "Outlander"
  • Favorite sci-fi/fantasy TV actor: Sam Heughan
  • Favorite sci-fi fantasy TV actress: Caitriona Balfe
  • Favorite competition TV show: "The Voice"
  • Favorite daytime TV host: Ellen DeGeneres
  • Favorite daytime TV hosting team: "Good Morning America"
  • Favorite late-night talk show host: Jimmy Fallon
  • Favorite animated TV show: "The Simpsons"
  • Favorite actor in a new TV series: Matt LeBlanc
  • Favorite actress in a new TV series: Kristen Bell
  • Favorite new TV comedy: "Man With a Plan"
  • Favorite new TV drama: "This Is Us"

Music

  • Favorite male artist: Justin Timberlake
  • Favorite female artist: Britney Spears
  • Favorite group: Fifth Harmony
  • Favorite breakout artist: Niall Horan
  • Favorite male country artist: Blake Shelton
  • Favorite female country artist: Carrie Underwood
  • Favorite country group: Little Big Town
  • Favorite pop artist: Britney Spears
  • Favorite hip-hop artist: G-Eazy
  • Favorite R&B artist: Rihanna
  • Favorite album: "If I'm Honest," Blake Shelton
  • Favorite song: "Can't Stop the Feeling," Justin Timberlake

Digital

  • Favorite social media celebrity: Britney Spears
  • Favorite social media star: Cameron Dallas
  • Favorite YouTube star: Lilly Singh
  • Favorite comedic collaboration: Ellen DeGeneres and Britney Spears' "Mall Mischief"
  • Favorite digital obsession: Mannequin Challenge
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