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Editor's note: This story contains explicit language. Theo Epstein's got a finger bleeding on his pick hand. There is blood on the strings and the fretboard, and he keeps hammering away on Pearl Jam and Led Zeppelin covers. He's sitting on a small orange amplifier, playing loud and fast. It's 1 in
Chase Utley hits two homers in first game back in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA -- Each time the 37-year-old, Dodger Blue version of Chase Utley stepped into the batter's box Tuesday night, his former employers rolled out a new flourish to remind him of the gold-plated, Philadelphia red segment of his major-league career. As Utley strode toward home plate to face
Led Zeppelin Did Not Plagiarize 'Stairway to Heaven,' Jury Finds
A jury found that Led Zeppelin did not plagiarize the opening riff of "Stairway to Heaven."
Ben Affleck Defends His 'Deflategate' Rant
I just -- What's popping this morning is Ben Affleck. We'll talk about -- he is speaking out about his rant on HBO's "Any given Wednesday" with bill Simmons, the Batman actor making news for his choice of words and deflategate and Tom Brady. Take a listen. Deflategate is the ultimate Outrage of
Index: Unruly Passenger Forces a Plane to Make an Emergency Landing
Now to the index of other news tonight and a midair scare when an unruly passenger forced an emergency landing. Right there. You, come to me. This cell phone video shows police removing the passenger from the delta flight. Accused of a verbal disturbance while in the air. The plane was flying from
Led Zeppelin Wins Copyright Infringement Suit Over Opening Lick of 'Stairway to Heaven'
A jury today found that Led Zeppelin had not plagiarized the opening riff of "Stairway to Heaven." After a day of deliberation, the ruling came back that there was no copyright infringement. An eight-person jury delivered the verdict, ruling there was no "extrinsic similarity between Spirit's
'Stairway to Heaven' at Center of Lawsuit
Led Zeppelin is being sued by the estate of the lead singer for Spirit for allegedly stealing the melody of Spirit's song "Taurus."
The Duchess of Cambridge Jokes at Charity Gala
While attending a charity gala in Norfolk, the royal joked about her cooking skills.
Robert Plant and Jimmy Page Back on Stand in 'Stairway to Heaven' Trial
Robert Plant and Jimmy Page took the stand again this morning as the ongoing trial surrounding Led Zeppelin 's hit song "Stairway to Heaven" resumed today. The lawsuit against Led Zeppelin for copyright infringement on their iconic song was originally filed in 2014, by the lesser known band Spirit.
Led Zeppelin's Trial Over 'Stairway to Heaven' Origin Begins
Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page appeared in the court today to face a claim that they ripped off the opening riff to their iconic 1971 hit "Stairway to Heaven." The 2014 lawsuit, filed in federal court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, claims that the band stole the