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Trump can't delay lawsuit from 'Apprentice' contestant

Former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos can proceed with her defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump, at least for now, a court said on Thursday.

The ruling by the state Supreme Court's appellate division means Zervos' lawyers can press ahead with a demand for Trump campaign documents and other records while they await another appeals court decision that is likely months away.

"We look forward to proving Ms. Zervos's claim that (the) defendant lied when he maliciously attacked her for reporting his sexually abusive behavior," said her lawyer Mariann Wang.

Trump's lawyers had asked to put the case on ice until the appeals court decides whether to dismiss it or postpone it past his presidency, a decision likely to take at least until fall.

Trump's lawyer in the case, Marc Kasowitz, said there was "no valid reason" for the court to deny the stay while it decided the underlying issue of whether a private citizen can sue a sitting president in a state court.

"Respectfully, the Appellate Division's order denying a stay of the case pending the resolution of this key issue is incorrect," he said.

Zervos, a California restaurateur, appeared on "The Apprentice," Trump's former show, in 2006. She says he subjected her to unwanted groping and kisses when she sought career advice in 2007.

Trump has denied her allegations, which she first made publicly during his campaign in 2016. He retweeted a message that included her photo and described her claims as a "hoax."

Zervos's lawsuit doesn't claim sexual harassment; the legal time clock for such a case ran out years ago. Instead, she's suing Trump for calling her a liar, saying it hurt her reputation.

She's seeking a retraction, an apology and compensatory and punitive damages.

As part of their case, her lawyers are pursuing a range of information about Trump's behavior and comments about women.

The attorneys have issued a subpoena for any unaired "Apprentice" footage that features Zervos or Trump talking about her or discussing other female contestants in a sexual or inappropriate way.

Zervos's lawyers also are seeking Trump campaign documents concerning not only Zervos but any woman who has accused Trump of inappropriate touching, as well as any campaign records referring to the release of a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape in which Trump boasted about grabbing women.

Zervos's attorneys have indicated they want to question the president under oath.

Trump's attorneys have said his remarks were "non-defamatory opinions."

Their efforts to get the case thrown out, or at least held off until he's out of office, have been unsuccessful. A Manhattan judge denied the request in March, saying "no one is above the law." But they are poised to make their arguments in appellate court this fall.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1997 that President Bill Clinton wasn't immune from a sexual-harassment lawsuit filed against him in a federal court, but it left undecided the issue of whether a president could be sued in a state court.

Kasowitz said the New York appeals court's decision to deny a stay was "completely and unjustifiably contrary to the stays the courts uniformly granted" as Clinton's case moved through the courts.

Chabon, Erdrich among contributors to ACLU anthology

Michael Chabon, Louise Erdrich and Ann Patchett are among the contributors to an anthology commemorating the upcoming 100th anniversary of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Simon & Schuster announced Thursday that the book is currently untitled and will be published in 2020, 100 years after the ACLU's founding. Chabon and his wife and fellow author, Ayelet Waldman, are serving as co-editors. Writers will be contributing essays on major court cases, whether Lauren Groff on the landmark abortion decision Roe v. Wade or Salman Rushdie on the Pentagon Papers ruling, New York Times Co. v. United States.

The book's editors and literary agents are contributing proceeds to the ACLU.

Fox names veteran exec Suzanne Scott as new CEO

Fox News' parent company appointed Suzanne Scott chief executive officer on Thursday, giving the popular news network and its business offshoot its first sole leader since the late Roger Ailes was ousted in 2016 under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations.

Scott, who has been with Fox News Channel since its 1996 launch, most recently has been president of programming. Jack Abernethy, who had been Fox News co-president and also runs the Fox-owned television stations, will remain in the latter post. Jay Wallace was named president and executive editor of Fox News, giving him control of the networks' editorial operations and reporting to Scott.

The moves came a day after parent 21st Century Fox announced that Lachlan Murdoch will become chairman and CEO of that streamlined company.

Fox News Channel has thrived during the Trump administration, as has MSNBC, its ideological opposite during prime-time programming. Despite losing Bill O'Reilly to sexual misconduct charges and Megyn Kelly to NBC, Fox's prime-time lineup usually tops all cable networks in ratings. Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham routinely appeal to Trump supporters, while Sean Hannity rules as a vocal defender of Trump and regularly speaks to him on the phone, according to reports.

It was also revealed this week that 21st Century Fox had signed off on a $10 million settlement with 18 former Fox News Channel employees who had sued the company for either racial or gender discrimination.

That wipes one worry off Scott's mind, and it's hard not to see the appointment of a woman to the role Ailes once held as sending a message in the #MeToo era.

But she's no newcomer. Scott is well-steeped in Fox's culture, having migrated to the company from CNBC, as Ailes did, and that's sure to lead to questions about whether she was in a position to improve working conditions. She worked on Greta Van Susteren's program when it aired on Fox, and helped create the "Outnumbered" program that airs at noon, and programs hosted by Dana Perino and Martha MacCallum.

Scott, who was not made available for comment, said in a statement that she is "incredibly honored and humbled to take on this new role."

She'll lead Fox as it tries to maintain its dominance in a market where Newsmax and Sinclair Broadcasting Group are becoming more aggressive in seeking a conservative audience.

As co-president, Abernethy appointed new leadership in Fox's human resources department and a new chief counsel.

The selection of Scott and Wallace represented a clear thumbs-up for how the network is being run. Wallace has also been with Fox News Channel since its beginning, and most recently has overseen the network's news operations. The promotion will also put him in charge of the opinion programming.


This story corrects the name of David Abernethy to Jack Abernethy and corrects Suzanne Scott's previous position to president of programming. Deletes incorrect reference to Scott appointing new human resources leadership.

New Whitney Houston doc trailer shows singer saying Paula Abdul is ‘singing off-key on the record’

The Whitney Houston documentary “Whitney” won’t arrive until July 6, but based on the latest trailer, it looks riveting.

Made with the approval and participation of Houston’s family, the film will take an “unflinching” look at the singer’s life, according to director Kevin Macdonald

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The trailer includes footage of Houston performing – sometimes radiant, other times appearing to be in the clutches of the drug addiction that plagued her. 

In one clip, Houston props herself up on a couch and says, “People think it’s so easy, and it’s not.” In the same moment, she criticizes another singer, saying, “Paula Abdul ain’t (expletive). That girl is singing off-key on the record.”

Related: Watch the teaser trailer for estate-approved Whitney Houston documentary ‘Whitney’ 

Snippets of interviews with Houston’s former husband, Bobby Brown, as well as record industry honchos Clive Davis and L.A. Reid also pop up in the trailer, indicating how much access Macdonald was given.

The newest trailer follows the teaser trailer for the film, which was released April 27.

Watch the official trailer for “Whitney” on YouTube

WIN Josh Turner Tickets

Listen to Y100 all weekend to win your tickets to see Josh Turner at Cowboys Dancehall May 25! 

Win your first pair on the Texas Top 5 at 5pm Friday! 

Royal wedding: How did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle meet?

American actress Meghan Markle and Britain’s Prince Harry are set to wed Saturday, almost two years after a mutual friend set them up on a blind date in London.

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Prince Harry told BBC News in November that he had never watched the show Markle is best known for, USA’s “Suits,” before he met the California-born actress in July 2016.

“I was beautifully surprised when I walked into that room and saw her and there she was sitting there,” Prince Harry said. “I thought, I am really going to have to up my game here.”

>> Royal Wedding: Everything to know before Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle

Markle told BBC News that, as an American, she knew little about the prince before their first date.

“You know, because I’m from the States, you don’t grow up with the same understanding of the royal family,” Markle said. “While I now understand very clearly there is a global interest there, I didn’t know much about him.”

She told the news network that she had only one question for the friend who set them up.

>> 5 American women who married royalty

“I said, ‘Well, is he nice?’ Because if he wasn’t kind, then it didn’t seem like it would make sense,” she said.

The prince told BBC News he convinced Markle to join him in Botswana a few weeks after their first meeting. For five days, the couple camped out under the stars.

"We were really by ourselves, which was crucial to me to make sure we had a chance to get to know each other," Prince Harry told BBC News.

>> Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: A relationship timeline

A whirlwind romance followed.

“The fact that I fell in love with Meghan so incredibly quickly was sort of confirmation to me that all the stars were aligned, everything was just perfect,” Prince Harry said. “It was this beautiful woman just sort of literally tripped and fell into my life, I fell into her life.”

>> How to watch and stream the royal wedding (plus everything else on TV about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle)

Markle and the prince will marry Saturday in St. George’s Chapel at England’s Windsor Castle. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. EDT.


Y100 “Summer of Secret Sound”





  1.  Eligibility. Subject to the additional restrictions below, the “Summer of Secret Sound” sweepstakes(the “Sweepstakes”) is open to (i) legal residents of Atascosa, Bexar, Bandera, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina, or Wilson, counties in the State of Texas; (ii) who are 18 years or older at the time of entry; and (iii) who are in possession of a valid government-issued photo ID and a Social Security card. Employees of Cox Radio, Inc. d/b/a Cox Media Group San Antonio (“Sponsor”), Nissan of Boerne, and each of its affiliated companies, subsidiaries, and advertising and promotional agencies, and the family members of, and any persons domiciled with, any such employees, are not eligible to enter or to win. The term “family members” includes spouses, parents, grandparents, siblings, children, grandchildren and in-laws, regardless of where they live. 


Limit: one (1) Grand Prize per household; no limit on Qualifying or Bonus Cue to Call Prizes. For purposes of all contests, a “household” includes all persons who are domiciled with an entrant, regardless of family relation. 


  1.  How to Enter. The Sweepstakes will begin on May 17, 2018 at 8:10 a.m. Central Standard Time (“CST”) and end on July 20, 2018 at 4:10 p.m. CST (the “Sweepstakes Period”). Sponsor will be the official timekeeper for the Sweepstakes. The entry period for the Sweepstakes begins on May 17, 2018 at 8:10 a.m. CST and ends on July 20, 2018 at 4:10 p.m. CST (the “Sweepstakes Entry Period”). This Sweepstakes will not be held on Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of Memorial Day.


The Sweepstakes will consist of daily Qualifying Prize and Bonus Cue to Call Prize opportunities and one (1) grand prize-winning opportunity for each “Secret Sound” played (each, a “Secret Sound Round”), as described below. There will be a maximum of five (5) Secret Sound Rounds during the Sweepstakes Entry Period. In the event the final Secret Sound Round ends before July 20, the daily Qualifying Prizes and Qualifying Bonus Prizes will continue to be awarded to the 10th caller after the Cue to Call until the end of the Sweepstakes Entry Period.


To enter a Secret Sound Round, listen to Sponsor’s Y100 FM radio broadcast (the “Show”) at approximately 8:10 am CST, 9:10 am CST, 10:10 am CST, 11:10 am CST, 1:10 pm CST, 2:10 pm CST, 3:10 pm CST, and 4:10 pm CST (each, a “Cue to Call”) each weekday during each of the Secret Sound Round periods. Every weekday during the Secret Sound Round Periods at the previously announced designated play time, Sponsor will play that Round’s prerecorded “Secret Sound.” When you hear the Cue, call Sponsor’s Sweepstakes Line at (210) 470-5299 to try to be the 10th caller and provide your guess for the Secret Sound. Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, the 10th person to call Sponsor’s Sweepstakes Line, as solely determined by Sponsor, will become a “Finalist.” 


Bonus Cue to Call: Sponsor will also offer a “bonus” Cue to Call at 3:40 p.m. CST on each weekday during the Sweepstakes Entry Period. 


The first Secret Sound Round will begin at 8:10 a.m. CST on May 17, 2018 and end when such Round’s Secret Sound is correctly guessed. Each subsequent Secret Sound Round will begin on the next Cue to Call time following the Cue to Call during which the Secret Sound Round’s secret sound was correctly guessed. For example, if the Secret Sound for Round 1 is correctly guessed at 11:10 a.m. CST on May 30, Round 2 will begin at 1:10 p.m. CST on May 30.


Truck Prize Key promotion

Additionally, each selected Finalist will also be entered into a drawing to receive a chance to win the Truck Prize (as described herein). Up to 100 Finalists will be randomly selected to participate in the Truck Prize key promotion described below.


Each Finalist’s guess for the Round’s Secret Sound will be compiled and posted at (the “Website”) and on the Y100 mobile app (the “App”). Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, offer clues to each Round’s Secret Sound throughout the Sweepstakes Entry Period at the Website and App. The App is available at the Apple® iTunes and Google® Play stores and is free to download.


To qualify as a Finalist, (a) you must be listening to the Show at the time the announcement is broadcast; (b) you must be declared by Sponsor to be the 10th person to call Sponsor’s Sweepstakes Line at 210-470-5299; and (c) you must comply with all other terms and conditions of these Official Rules. Telephone calls will be taken by Sweepstakes operators in the order they are received, and the operators will count the number of calls received after each on-air announcement to determine the 10th caller. The determinations of Sponsor and Sweepstakes operators will be final and binding in all respects. A maximum of nine (9) Finalists will be selected each weekday during the Sweepstakes Entry Period.


Listeners accessing Sponsor’s radio station audio via IP connections like website-based streaming or mobile devices are welcome to enter. However, Sponsor cannot be responsible for delays in electronic transmission of station audio to IP devices. By entering the Sweepstakes, listeners acknowledge and agree to this specific provision of these Sweepstakes Rules. In addition, Sponsor will not be responsible for loss of service to a Sweepstakes Line or for a participant’s failure to reach a Sweepstakes Line due to malfunction of any network or system, congestion, any technical or human error, failures or malfunctions of any kind, including the congestion, overload, busy signals, or any other factor that may prevent an individual from completing his/her phone call. In the event of interruption of power or telephone service to Sponsor during a call-in period of a Sweepstakes prior to accepting the correct caller, or a change in programming that results in Sponsor’s inability to air a call-in opportunity, Sponsor will not replay the affected call-in opportunity and the number of prizes awarded in the Sweepstakes will be reduced accordingly. If the correct caller is ineligible, or fails to comply with any term of condition of these Official Rules, that caller will be disqualified, and Sponsor will resume the call-in opportunity and declare the next caller a winner, pending verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules. 


Any winning contestant must be the same person who originally dialed the phone to the radio station to participate in a Sweepstakes. No family members, friends, office associates, or any other person will be allowed to participate in a Sweepstakes on another person's behalf. A contestant must provide his or her own name as listed on his or her valid Texas driver’s license or Texas state-issued ID (or other proof of Texas residency, such as a copy of a utility bill). If a participant uses a false name on any ID submitted as proof of identification, he or she will be immediately disqualified from the Sweepstakes and be ineligible to win any prize. 


Telephone calls will be taken by Sweepstakes operators in the order they are received, and the operators will count the number of calls received after each on-air Sweepstakes cue to call to determine the correct caller. The determinations of Sponsor and Sweepstakes operators will be final and binding in all respects. 


In the event a caller gets disconnected for any reason before being declared a winner, Sponsor may resume the call-in opportunity affected and declare the next caller a winner, pending verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules. Sponsor will not be responsible for dropped calls from mobile devices or land lines and dropped calls may result in a potential winner’s disqualification and forfeiture of all interest in any prize. Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any entries by persons who submit false or misleading entry information or who Sponsor determines to be tampering with or abusing any aspect of the Sweepstakes. 


By participating in the Sweepstakes, participant agrees to all of the terms and conditions of Sponsor’s Privacy Policy, available at In the event of any discrepancy between the Sponsor’s Privacy Policy and these Official Rules, these Official Rules will control


  1.  Winner Selection and Odds

Qualifying Prize/Bonus Cue to Call Prize

A maximum of 369 Finalists will be selected during the Sweepstakes Entry Period. 


Odds of becoming a Finalist and winning a Qualifying Prize or Bonus Cue to Call Prize depend on the number of eligible participants who call in to participate during a particular call-in period and the order in which calls are received.


Grand Prize

Grand Prize will be awarded to the first person in each Round who correctly guesses such Round’s Secret Sound. To correctly identify a Secret Sound, the Finalist’s submission must match Sponsor’s Secret Sound description exactly. 


Truck Prize

On or about July 21, 2018, Sponsor will conduct up to 100 drawings from among all eligible Finalists to select the Truck Prize Finalists. All Truck Prize Finalists must be in attendance at Nissan of Boerne, 31805 Interstate 10 West Frontage Road, Boerne, TX 78006 on July 28, 2018, and register to participate between 10:00 a.m. CST and 1:00 p.m. CST. Maximum odds of being selected a Truck Prize Finalist, 100:369.


At or about 10:00 CST at Nissan of Boerne, Sponsor will conduct up to 100 random drawings and select one (1) Finalist’s name for each drawing. The selected Finalist will then have the chance to blindly select a number from Sponsor’s provided box. The number will correspond to one (1) of 100 keys (each, a “Key”). FINALISTS MUST BE PRESENT TO RECEIVE A KEY. After all the Keys have been assigned, each finalist will have the opportunity to attempt to unlock the box where the key that starts the engine of the Prize Truck (as described below) with their selected Key. The finalists with the Key unlocks the box with the ignition key that starts the engine of the Prize Truck, subject to eligibility and compliance with the Official Rules, will be declared the Truck Prize winner. Maximum odds of winning 1:100. If not all potential winners are present, then the number of Keys will be reduced accordingly. Potential winner designations are non-transferrable. No proxies or “stand-ins” for any potential winner(s) will be permitted.


  1.  Prize Description

Secret Sound Round Grand Prizes: Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Grand Prize Winner for each Secret Sound Round will receive a chance to win the following prizes:


  • Round 1: $5,000
  • Round 2: $1,000
  • Round 3: $2,000
  • Round 4: $2,000
  • Round 5: $1,000


Qualifying Prizes: Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, each Finalist will receive a chance to win the prizes listed below based on the following dates:

  • May 17 and 18: two (2) concert tickets
    • Approximate retail value (“ARV”): $40 per pair
  • May 21 – May 25: two (2) concert tickets (“ARV”): $40 per pair
  • May 29 – June 1: two (2) concert tickets
    • ARV: $50 per pair
  • June 4 – June 8: four (4) pack of tickets to Six Flags
    • ARV: $239 per pack
  • June 11 – 15, and June 18 – June 22: two (2) tickets to Schlitterbahn 
    • ARV: $73.98 per pair
  • June 25 – June 29: two (2) concert tickets 
    • ARV: $40 per pair
  • July 2 – July 6: two (2) concert tickets
    • ARV: $40 per pair
  • July 9 – July 13: two (2) concert tickets
    • ARV: $40 per pair
  • July 16 – July 20: two (2) concert tickets 
    • ARV: $50 per pair


A maximum of 328 Qualifying Prizes will be awarded


Qualifying Bonus Cue to Call Prizes: Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, each Finalist chosen during the Bonus Cue to Call will receive a chance to win the prizes listed below:

  • Two (2) concert tickets
    • ARV: $40 per pair


A maximum of 41 Qualifying Bonus Time Prizes will be awarded


Grand Prizes will be fulfilled approximately 6–8 weeks after the conclusion of the Sweepstakes. 


Limit: One (1) Grand Prize per person and per household.


Truck Prize: Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Truck Prize Winner will receive one (1) 2018 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x2 Auto vehicle with a pre-determined set of standard factory options, features, and color (subject to availability) to be selected by Nissan of Boerne at its sole discretion (the “Prize Truck”). Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (“MSRP”) is $22,500.


Total maximum ARV of all prizes awarded: $48,058.40


  1.  Winner Notification and Acceptance. Potential winners will be notified at the conclusion of each Cue to Call at the telephone number provided after becoming a Finalist. Truck Prize Finalists will be notified by Sponsor after selection time. Truck Prize Finalists will be required to provide contact information, including email address, that will be shared with Nissan of Boerne for communications related to this Sweepstakes. You understand that you are providing your information to Sponsor. The information you provide to Sponsor will only be used in accordance with Sponsor’s Privacy Policy.


In order to claim a prize, potential winner must respond to Sponsor’s notification within 48 hours of notice or attempted notice. 


To claim his/her Qualifying, Bonus Cue to Call, or Grand Prize, the potential winner must personally contact Sponsor’s offices at 210-615-5400, Promotions Department, or via email at within forty-eight (48) hours after notification and visit Sponsor’s offices at 8122 Datapoint Drive, Suite 600, San Antonio, TX 78229. Winner must present a valid government-issued photo ID and will be asked to complete a W-9 form.


The potential Truck Prize winner will be notified in person at the close of the event. Truck Prize winner MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN. 


Potential winners may be required to complete an affidavit of eligibility, and a liability and publicity release (except where prohibited by law), which must be notarized and returned within forty-eight (48) hours of notification. 


Sponsor’s inability to reach a potential winner after a reasonable (as solely determined by Sponsor) effort has been made, the failure of a potential winner to timely respond to a prize notification, the return of any prize notification as undeliverable, the inability of winner and his/her guest to travel within the time period specified by Sponsor, and/or a potential winner’s failure to comply with any term or condition of these Official Rules may, in Sponsor’s sole discretion, result in the potential winner’s disqualification and the selection of a substitute winner by a random drawing from among all remaining eligible entries received during the applicable Period. Sponsor may conduct up to two (2) alternate drawings, in Sponsor’s sole discretion, after which the prize in question will remain unawarded. 




The person claiming the prize must be one and the same. No substitutions allowed. All winners are subject to verification.  


To claim the prize and take possession of the Truck Prize, winner must show proof of a valid Texas driver’s license and insurance. Truck Prize winner is responsible for complying with all requirements related to registration, licensing and titling of the Truck Prize in prize winner’s state. Truck Prize winner must take delivery of and title to the Truck Prize at a location designated by Nissan of Boerne. Neither Nissan of Boerne nor Sponsor is responsible for delivery of the Truck Prize to Truck Prize winner’s location. 


The Truck Prize winner will be responsible any taxes, title, insurance, license fees, and all other costs that are not expressly listed in the prize description and that are incurred in claiming, registering, taking possession of, or using the Truck Prize. Sponsor will determine all Truck Prize options including, but not limited to, motor, powertrain, suspension, brakes, and exterior and interior colors. The Truck Prize winner will be responsible for all costs associated with any upgrade or options not included in the prize description. Sponsor does not make and is not responsible or liable for any warranty, representation, or guarantee, whether express or implied, in fact or in law, relative to the Truck Prize including but not limited to its quality, fitness for any purpose, or mechanical condition. The Truck Prize will be delivered solely with the express limited warranties set forth in the Truck Prize’s Owner’s Manual, if any, which warranties will run for the term set forth in the manual. Sponsor reserves the right to extend the delivery date or, in its sole discretion, to substitute another model or another vehicle of equal or greater value for any reason whatsoever. The Truck Prize will be released only upon presentation of valid driver’s license and satisfactory proof of insurance and any other documentation required by law. 


A winner may waive the right to receive a prize. Prizes are non-assignable and nontransferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. No substitutions allowed by winner. Prizes and individual components of prize packages are subject to availability. Sponsor reserves the right to substitute prizes or components of prize packages with a prize or component of equal or greater value. Winner is solely responsible for reporting and payment of any taxes on a prize. Winner may be required to provide his/her valid Social Security Number to Sponsor for tax purposes and/or complete an IRS W-9 form in order to claim a prize. Winners are solely responsible for all federal, state and local taxes on prize value and, as applicable, will be issued an IRS Form 1099 based on the prize value determined by Sponsor. Prizes not won and claimed by eligible winners in accordance with these Official Rules will not be awarded and will remain the property of Sponsor.


  1.  Publicity. Except where prohibited, acceptance of any prize constitutes the winner’s irrevocable consent to the publication or other use by Sponsor and its licensees of his or her name, biographical information and likeness in any media, including the Internet, for any commercial, publicity or promotional purpose, without limitation, review or approval, or additional compensation. 


  1.  Participation. By participating, participants agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of Sponsor and any Sweepstakes judges or administrators selected by Sponsor, which are final and binding in all respects. Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify persons found tampering with or otherwise abusing any aspect of this Sweepstakes as solely determined by Sponsor. In the event the Sweepstakes is compromised by tampering or other causes beyond the reasonable control of Sponsor which corrupt or impair the administration, security, fairness or proper operation of the Sweepstakes, Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to suspend, modify or terminate the Sweepstakes. Should the Sweepstakes be terminated prior to the stated expiration date, Sponsor reserves the right to award prizes based on the entries received before the termination date. Proof of sending or submission of an entry will not be deemed proof of receipt by Sponsor.




  1.  Limitations of Liability. By PARTICIPATING IN the Sweepstakes, PARTICIPANTs acknowledge and agree that EVERYTHING REGARDING THIS SWEEPSTAKES, INCLUDING THE prize(S), WEBSITE, AND APP, ARE provided “as is” and that Sponsor makes no representations or warranties OF ANY KIND, express or implied, about the Prize(S) and sponsor hereby DISCLAIMS all such warranties, including, but not limited to, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. (BECAUSE SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CERTAIN IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN SUCH STATES, THE LIABILITY OF THE RELEASED PARTIES IS LIMITED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY SUCH STATE LAW.)


The Released Parties are not responsible for: (1) any incorrect or inaccurate information, whether caused by PARTICIPANTs, printing OR PRODUCTION errors, or by any of the equipment or programming associated with or EMPLOYED in the Sweepstakes; (2) technical failures of any kind, including, but not limited to malfunctions, interruptions, or disconnections in phone lines or network hardware or software; (3) unauthorized human intervention in any part of the entry process or the Sweepstakes; (4) technical or human error which may occur in the administration of the Sweepstakes, the processing of entries, or the notification of any winner; or (5) any injury or damage to persons or property which may be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, from A PARTICIPANT’S participation in the Sweepstakes or receipt or use or misuse of any prize. 


Only the number of prizes stated in these Official Rules is available to be won in the Sweepstakes. In the event that production, technical, seeding, programming, or any other reasons cause more than the stated number of prizes as set forth in these Official Rules to be available and/or claimed, Sponsor reserves the right to award the prizes by a random drawing among all legitimate eligible prize claims. 


  1.  Construction. The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of these rules shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision.In the event that any such provision is determined to be invalid or otherwise unenforceable, these Official Rules shall be construed in accordance with their terms as if the invalid or unenforceable provision was not contained therein.


  1.  Sponsor. The Y100 “Secret Sound” promotion is sponsored by Cox Radio, Inc., d/b/a Cox Media Group San Antonio. The decisions of Sponsor regarding the selection of winners and all other aspects of the Sweepstakes shall be final and binding in all respects. Sponsor will not be responsible for typographical, printing or other inadvertent errors in these Official Rules or in other materials or announcements relating to the Sweepstakes. For a list of winners or a copy of these Official Rules, visit or send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to “Secret Sound Winners List/Official Rules (as applicable), Y100 “Secret Sound”, 8122 Datapoint, Suite 600, San Antonio, TX, 78229. If you have any questions regarding this Sweepstakes, please contact Y100 Promotions at 210-615-5400. 

Knock, knock: Browns there; team set for HBO's 'Hard Knocks'

Ready or not, the Cleveland Browns are getting their close-up.

Coming off a historic, dismal 0-16 season, the Browns have been chosen to appear on HBO's popular "Hard Knocks" series that gives NFL fans a behind-the-scenes look at training camp.

The Browns have turned down previous opportunities to be on the award-winning series. But with renewed optimism around Cleveland following the recent draft, and the selection of quarterback Baker Mayfield, the team is granting HBO unlimited access to its upcoming camp.

Cleveland is the 13th franchise to participate in "Hard Knocks," which began in 2001 with the Baltimore Ravens. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were featured last summer.

Although they've won only one game the past two seasons under coach Hue Jackson, the Browns see the show as a possibility to highlight some of their younger players and put a positive spin on their rebuild.

And for HBO, Mayfield's quest to win the starting job is just one of several juicy story lines.

"NFL Films has always been exceptional at bringing fans closer to the game and they do an outstanding job with every show they produce, including HBO's Hard Knocks," Browns owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam said. "We have been asked multiple times about being featured on Hard Knocks, and we really felt like it was our turn this year and the timing was right. We want to be great partners in this league, and we also recognize Hard Knocks gives fans a special opportunity to learn more about our team and players."

HBO's cameras are certain to focus on Mayfield, the brash Heisman Trophy winner from Oklahoma the Browns chose over other quarterbacks. Mayfield is expected to back up Tyrod Taylor this season, but their competition could make for the kind compelling TV that has made the series a must-watch for football junkies.

A 30-person film crew will be at the team's training facility in Berea to record more than 2,000 hours of footage for the five-segment series that will debut Aug. 7.

The Browns have some good young players who are not well known outside Cleveland. But "Hard Knocks" will give national exposure to budding stars like defensive end Myles Garrett, Mayfield and safety Jabrill Peppers and give the network a chance to tell the well-documented story of former Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon, who has missed most of the past three seasons because of drug suspensions.

Mayfield has experience in front of the cameras. He was recently featured in a recent documentary series as he prepared for the draft, and feels the Browns can make "Hard Knocks" a positive experience.

"For me looking at it, and us as a team, I'd say it can be good if you handle it right. I'll just say that," he said on SiriusXM NFL Radio. "If you think about it as a way to get on camera and try to show off and do certain things and handle it the wrong way then that can be very negative, it can be a distraction. But if you use it as a sense of, 'OK, I got to block out everything else and just focus on playing ball,' then that can be a great thing for us."

Jackson and Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams have both been on "Hard Knocks" — Jackson with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2013 and Williams with the Los Angeles Rams in 2016.

"Being able to bring our fans in so they can get to know our players and our organization in a different way will be a huge positive for us," Jackson said. "I want people to see how much our players and coaches care, how hard they work and how badly they want to win for Cleveland. This will be a great opportunity for our team."

Browns general manager John Dorsey had reservations about the series, but feels the team is equipped to handle the added scrutiny.

"Once we sat down and talked about it as an organization, I feel a lot better and understand why the time is right," said Dorsey, who has been overhauling the team since being hired in December. "Hue and I both feel like this team is in a good place and that we are in the process of building something that will lead to success."


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Miss America picks women for leadership spots

The Miss America Organization is putting women in its three top leadership positions following an email scandal in which male officials were caught making vulgar and insulting comments about past winners of the beauty pageant.

The organization told The Associated Press Thursday it is appointing Regina Hopper as president and CEO of the Miss America Organization, and Marjorie Vincent-Tripp as chairwoman of the board of the Miss America Foundation.

Coupled with Gretchen Carlson leading the Miss America Organization's board of trustees, the group is moving on from the email scandal with women firmly in charge.

"By putting female leadership in place, we hope to send a strong signal." Hopper told the AP. "We want young women to see Miss America as a place where they can come and benefit and be empowered."

Hopper, a former Miss Arkansas, attorney and TV journalist, replaces Sam Haskell, whose emails about the intellect, appearance and sex lives of former Miss Americas led to his departure and a revamping of the group's top leadership in December. She is a former correspondent for CBS News, where she won an Emmy for her work on the show "48 Hours."

The scandal began when the Huffington Post published leaked emails showing pageant officials ridiculing past Miss Americas, including crass and sometimes vulgar comments about them. The emails included one that used a vulgar term for female genitalia to refer to past Miss America winners, one that wished that a particular former Miss America had died and others that speculated about how many sex partners one former Miss America has had.

Haskell declined to comment on the new leadership.

Vincent-Tripp, who was Miss America 1991, formerly served on the Miss America Board of Trustees. She is an assistant attorney general in Florida, and formerly worked as a TV journalist. As chair of the Miss America Foundation, she is responsible for educating the public about the foundation's values and building public support.

Vincent-Tripp replaces Lanny Griffith, who along with MAO chair Lynn Weidner stepped down during the transition.

Carlson, Miss America 1989, was named chairwoman of the Miss America board in January after the email scandal rocked the organization. Her sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes led to his departure.

Hopper said she hopes young women will realize that Miss America is now being led by women who have been through the program and have been helped by it, and that they will seek the same benefits from it.

Larry Hoffer, a volunteer at local and state pageants, said he is eager to see what the new leaders' vision will be and expects the women will leave the organization stronger.

"I think it's an excellent, excellent move," Hoffer said. "For a pageant that is strictly about empowering women to have not had female leadership for all of these years just never seemed to work. You basically had men deciding how women should be treated and featured on the telecast and how Miss America should be portrayed in the media. Having these women lead such a major scholarship organization shows that women are being taken seriously."

Jill Cook, a local pageant volunteer, said she saw the new appointments as "a step forward" for Miss America. She applauded the women's pedigrees and their success both in the pageant world and beyond.


Associated Press writer Alexandra Villarreal in Philadelphia contributed to this story.


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The Latest: Meghan Markle's mother has tea with the royals

The Latest on the preparation for the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (all times local):

9:50 p.m.

Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland has had a series of whirlwind visits with senior royals since her arrival from California.

She met Prince Harry's brother, Prince William, and his wife Kate and their two oldest children, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, at Windsor Castle on Thursday afternoon.

Palace officials said Harry and Meghan Markle were also present, and that the meeting was followed by a rehearsal dinner.

Ragland also had tea with Harry's father Prince Charles and his wife Camilla on Wednesday. She has not yet met Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, but Buckingham Palace officials said she will meet the queen for tea on Friday at Windsor Castle.

Officials did not say if Prince Philip, the queen's husband, will be present at that meeting. He is recovering from hip replacement surgery.


6:20 p.m.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who have remained out of the public eye in recent days, have been spotted being driven into the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Britain's Press Association indicated they were expected to have tea Thursday with Queen Elizabeth II and may be joined by Markle's mother, Doria Ragland. No details about the meeting were officially released.

The news came as British military personnel rehearsed for a gala procession through Windsor that will follow Saturday's wedding ceremony in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, which will be televised live around the world.

Also Thursday, Markle said her father will not be able to attend her wedding to Harry due to health problems.


11:40 a.m.

Meghan Markle says her father will not be attending her wedding to Prince Harry, and has expressed hope that he can be "given the space" to focus on his health.

Kensington Palace's statement Thursday puts to rest days of speculation about whether Markle's father, Thomas, would walk her down the aisle — as the palace had previously said. 

His participation was put into doubt after news site TMZ reported he would not attend because of embarrassment regarding paparazzi photographs. It later reported that he was having heart surgery.

Markle says she would like "to thank everyone who has offered generous messages of support. Please know how much Harry and I look forward to sharing our special day with you on Saturday." 


10:10 a.m.

Royal wedding organizers are preparing for a rehearsal of the proceedings to take place in Windsor — but without the bride and groom.

Planners will use Thursday's practice session to finalize some of the details of Saturday's gala wedding at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The festivities will include a 25-minute carriage ride outside the castle grounds by the newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the ceremony is concluded.

A large military contingent will also take part, reflecting Harry's years of military service.

It is not clear who will walk Markle down the aisle. Her father Thomas Markle had been selected for that role but is reportedly ill with heart problems.

Markle's mother Doria Ragland may take Thomas Markle's place if needed.

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