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Live: Follow final round of British Open

The world’s oldest major golf championship will crown a champion Sunday at Royal Birkdale. Will we see Jordan Spieth, who enters with a three-shot lead, earn his third major in his final stab at one of these big four before turning 24.

We are tracking all final-round highlights all day in Southport, England. Follow along to see what happens in the conclusion here:

How to follow the action:

All times Eastern

  • TELEVISION: Golf Channel, 4-7 a.m. ET; NBC, 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • RADIO: PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM, 4 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • ON GOLFWEEK: Tour Tracker | All coverage

Live: Follow final round of British Open

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UPDATE NO. 17 (10:33 a.m. ET) : Spieth makes an 8-footer for birdie at No. 5 to move to 9 under. He’s now ahead by one again. That’s a nice way to respond to three early bogeys. Kuchar is still lurking a 8 under, though.

UPDATE NO. 16 (10:25 a.m. ET) : Spieth misses a 7-footer for par at No. 4. That’s three bogeys in four holes and he’s back to 8 under. That means Matt Kuchar is now a co-leader. What a bizarre turnaround.

Li is in at 6 under, by the way. That’s just two back now after starting the day 12 back. Yes, 12 back.

UPDATE NO. 15 (10:19 a.m. ET) : Haotong Li makes a mid-range putt for birdie at 18, and he shoots 7-under 63! That puts him in big company, the 32nd 63 in major championship history. If Branden Grace hadn’t shot 62 on Saturday, this would tie a major championship record.

UPDATE NO. 14 (10:15 a.m. ET) : Spieth is still struggling. He goes long on approach, but Kuchar dumps his in front bunker. Kuchar then fails to convert 10-footer for par, while Spieth looks like he should get in with par. But he misses his 5-footer. Spieth now 9 under, Kuchar 8 under.

UPDATE NO. 13 (10:08 a.m. ET) : Spieth is still struggling. He goes long on approach, but Kuchar dumps his in front bunker. Kuchar then fails to convert 10-footer for par, while Spieth looks like he should get in with par. But he misses his 5-footer. Spieth now 9 under, Kuchar 8 under.

UPDATE NO. 12 (10:04 a.m. ET) : Li birdies 17 and is now 6 under for the day and solo third. What a Sunday for the 21-year-old!

UPDATE NO. 11 (10:03 a.m. ET) : How we stand at No. 3:

UPDATE NO. 10 (9:52 a.m. ET) : Matt Kuchar absolutely stuffs his approach at No. 2, leading to a tap-in birdie. Spieth follows by knocking his to 10 feet, and the birdie putt … doesn’t drop. WOW. Kuchar gets another one back. He’s now 9 under and ONE back. We’ve got a fight here!

UPDATE NO. 9 (9:46 a.m. ET) : Haotong Li may rocket into a high finish. The 21-year-old birdies No. 16 to move 5 under for the day. He’s now 4 under overall and jumped from T-29 to T-3. Quite a young player

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With my cell-phone number, a private eye found 150 pages on me

With my cell-phone number, a private eye found 150 pages on me
CLOSE With my cell-phone number, a private eye found 150 pages on me

USA Today columnist Kim Komando guides you on how to test your computer's security.

Smart Phone

Read between the lines before entering your cell phone number online. (Photo: Getty Images)

Our cell phone numbers are increasingly used for identity theft, the modern-day linchpin to most personal data.

Now I know that first hand.

After reporting on how phone number identity theft had doubled last year, and warnings about how cell-phone numbers are being used as the new Social Security numbers, I wanted to see how much was at stake. 

I gave my cell number to private investigator Thomas Martin, a former federal agent and now president of Martin Investigative Services in Newport Beach, Calif., and asked him to do his thing. A few days later a three-pound, 150-plus-page dossier arrived at my front door via FedEx. Martin didn’t trust regular mail given the nature of what it contained, which was tons of my private information.

“We didn’t even scratch the surface,” Martin told me later. He also made a point of telling me that I was “cleaner than a Safeway chicken.”

Starting with just my cell phone number, Martin had obtained my full name, Social Security number, and date of birth. Then came my home address—and every address I’ve had since college. How much I’d paid for my house, the amount of my mortgage, my annual property taxes, even my driver’s license number and the Vehicle Identification Number of my car – all in there. The pièce de résistance , if you want to call it that: A financial overview that includes bankruptcies, liens, foreclosures, and judgments. (I didn't have any.)

These days you have to protect your phone number like

These days you have to protect your phone number like you do your Social Security number.   (Photo: Getty Images)

Martin also put together a list of my social media pages. In the interest of time he did not do a detailed search, but easily could have; employers regularly engage the company to do just that about new recruits and employees. If there had been a picture of me at a gay nightclub (yep, I’m gay) he could have found that, too, and some employers might use that to fire me (and in some two dozen states it would be perfectly legal to do that). “If you’re on porn sites, we’re probably going to find it,” he added.

He also searched for “possible criminal records,” turning up two leads.

In his search, which he told me several times was completely legal, Martin could determine if I had any hunting and weapon permits and whether I was on a global watch list. Chillingly, my dossier included significant information about “possible relatives” and “likely associates.” That would be my parents, my siblings plus their spouses and kids, other family members and neighbors. There was information about the mother of one of my sisters-in-law, a woman who died 15 years ago. In short, the database search on me retrieved information about this distant relative all the way back to 1975—42 years ago. The

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It's Miami Swim Week! The runway served up some hot looks on July 20, 2017, kicking off with the "McDCouture Makes A Splash" show, which featured 21 signature crafted resort and swim wear looks made from McDonald's packaging and paper goods.

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