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Led Zeppelin Win in 'Stairway to Heaven' Trial
Led Zeppelin have won a copyright lawsuit that claimed they had plagiarized the music to their most celebrated song, "Stairway to Heaven." A Los Angeles jury determined Thursday that the lawyer representing the estate of late guitarist Randy Wolfe, who ...
Media|Led Zeppelin Did Not Steal 'Stairway to Heaven,' Jury SaysNew York Times
Led Zeppelin didn't steal music for 'Stairway to Heaven,' jury decidesLos Angeles Times
Led Zeppelin wins 'Stairway to Heaven' plagiarism trialEntertainment Weekly
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In move to reassure donors, Trump converts $50 million of campaign loans into donations - Washington Post
In move to reassure donors, Trump converts $50 million of campaign loans into donations
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign announced Thursday that he has forgiven more than $50 million in loans he made to finance his presidential bid, converting them into contributions in an effort to reassure GOP donors ...
Big: Trump says he's forgiven the $50 million in loans he made to the campaign An error occurred.Hot Air
Donald Trump converts $50 million campaign loan into donationUSA TODAY
Trump will not use donations to repay $50 million in campaign loansReuters
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VW to pay about $10.2 billion to settle emissions claims
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Volkswagen To Pay $10.2 Billion In Emissions Scandal Settlement: APInvestor's Business Daily
VW Will Reporetdly Pay $10.2 Billion in Diesel Emissions SettlementsRoadandTrack.com
AP: VW will shell out $10.2 billion to settle emissions claimsEngadget
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Supreme Court won't revive Obama plan to shield illegal immigrants from deportation - Washington Post
Supreme Court won't revive Obama plan to shield illegal immigrants from deportation
The Supreme Court handed President Obama a significant legal defeat Thursday, refusing to revive his stalled plan to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation and give them the right to work legally in the United States. In response ...
US|Supreme Court Tie Blocks Obama Immigration PlanNew York Times
Deadlocked Supreme Court blocks Obama on immigrationUSA TODAY
Supreme Court blocks Obama immigration planFox News
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Crews rush to protect coast from California oil pipeline leak
LOS ANGELES An oil spill of 700 barrels of crude from a pipeline in Ventura County, California, had emergency crews scrambling Thursday to keep the oil from reaching the nearby coast, a state official said. The Ventura County Fire Department initially ...
California pipeline spills about 29400 gallons of crude oilHouston Chronicle
700 Barrels of Crude Oil Spilled in Ventura Pipeline Leak: Fire Dept.KTLA
California pipeline spill revised down to 29400 gallonsFox News
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German movie theater attacker shot dead by police
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As many as 25 people were injured at a German movie theater Thursday when a masked man stormed the cinema and opened fire. The gunman, clad with an ammunition belt and carrying a weapon, was shot and killed by police. NY Daily News. German ...
Viernheim Theater Gunman Has Been Killed: German OfficialsNBCNews.com
Police kill gunman who opened fire in German cinemaUSA TODAY
German police storm movie theater, kill suspected gunmanFox News
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Supreme Court upholds University of Texas affirmative action admissions
The Supreme Court on Thursday said admissions officials at the University of Texas may consider the race of student applicants in a limited way to build a diverse student body. The 4-to-3 decision was a surprising win for advocates of affirmative ...
Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action Program at University of TexasNew York Times
Supreme Court upholds affirmative action in university admissionsUSA TODAY
Supreme Court upholds use of affirmative action at universitiesLos Angeles Times
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The prevalence of ransomware programs, both those that encrypt data and those that don't, has exploded over the past two years, with companies being increasingly targeted.
Based on an analysis by security vendor Kaspersky Lab, more than 2.3 million users encountered ransomware between April 2015 and March, a jump of almost 18 percent over the previous 12 months.[ Make threat intelligence meaningful: A 4-point plan. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld's Security newsletter. ]
This includes programs that only lock the computer's screen to prevent its use as well as those that hold the data itself hostage by encrypting it -- the so-called cryptors. The rise of cryptors in particular has been significant, accounting for 32 percent of all ransomware attacks last year compared to only 7 percent the year before, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Beyonce, Clooney, Kim Kardashian: Celebrities can't save Hillary
Hillary Clinton's celebrity surrogates are going gaga over how qualified she is to be president, but there's an inconvenient problem with all of their cheerleading: the truth proves them wrong. Clinton's chief celebrity backer for the moment is ...
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