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September 28, 2018 7:09 PM Led Zeppelin to face retrial over ‘Stairway to Heaven’ theft claims

Led Zeppelin must go back on trial in a lawsuit that accuses the classic rock grandees of stealing the opening chords of “Stairway to Heaven” from an obscure 1968 instrumental. A U.S. federal appeals court in San Francisco on Friday uninamously voted to overturned a 2016 jury verdict that Jimmy Page and Robert Plant’s 1971 song didn’t use anything that was unique 15

September 27, 2018 9:49 PM Curtis McElhinney defending his backup role with the Leafs

The veteran goalie and solid-as-a-rock backup for the Leafs is all but confirmed to reprise his role for the upcoming season. The fact he was included in the main group in training camp Thursday, for the first time this pre-season, suggested the battle for the backup job is all but over. It was only natural when Garret Sparks made an early bid for the job that there 8

September 27, 2018 5:30 PM Hold the Dark a brooding and unnerving tale set in the Far North

Wright plays the quintessential everyman and outsider with quiet conviction as he embarks on a journey that will spin itself into an increasingly bloody and enigmatic mystery. He encounters a bison standing placidly on the road as he approaches the village. Yep, the North is an odd and quirky place. But almost nothing is what is seems as he becomes a witness 7

September 18, 2018 3:19 PM FIFA president averse to Spanish League games in U.S

ZURICH—FIFA President Gianni Infantino is still not persuaded about playing Spanish league games in the United States. Infantino says on Tuesday he would “prefer to see a great MLS game in the U.S. rather than La Liga being in the U.S.” His statement repeated comments made last month in Washington DC after the Spanish league announced its 15-year, brand-building 12

September 10, 2018 10:40 PM New cracks near sinkhole concern Nova Scotia town

“Security fencing is expected to be completed later today and security will remain on site for a period of time,” the town said in the release. “Absolutely no trespassing is allowed and trespassers will be prosecuted under the Protection of Property Act.” Oxford, a sleepy town of about 1,000 people that calls itself the wild blueberry capital of Canada 13

August 19, 2018 11:30 AM Ben Affleck’s birthday burger celebration: Stargazing

“IT’S FOR A ROLE!” sobs Ben Affleck, as he gets drive-thru. Alone. At a Jack In The Box. On his 46th birthday. (Backgrid) “IT’S REAL. I AM A CREEPER AND I LIKE TO KEEP A CLEAN AUTO!” screams Shia LaBeouf. As he cleans a car. On a movie set. While wearing what we hope is a fake “creeper” tattoo. (Backgrid) Sophie Turner is upset while out with beau Joe Jonas 18

August 17, 2018 1:28 AM Multiple earthquakes rock southern Italy, alarmed people sleeping outdoors

But residents “should regain their tranquility as soon as possible because despite the legitimate fright and fear, for now there is just light damage and cracks,” Molise Gov. Donato Toma advised. He later said some uninhabited homes had collapsed. Italy’s national seismology agency INGV said in a statement that the strongest quake measured 5.1 and struck 15

August 11, 2018 5:02 PM Billy Talent fans glad to show support after shootings with Danforth benefit concert

Jeewan Gill said he bought tickets for Saturday’s concert in Toronto — to support victims of last month’s mass shooting in Toronto’s Greektown — as soon as they became available. “I’m a big fan of (Billy Talent), they always put together benefit concerts,” said Gill, 26. “It’s good to support people that need help because of the shooting.” The benefit 15

August 3, 2018 12:11 PM Zimbabwe opposition claims ‘unverified fake results’ gave Mnangagwa the election win

HARARE, ZIMBABWE— Zimbabwe’s capital was quiet on Friday hours after President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared the winner of the tight election, which began with Monday’s peaceful vote but turned deadly when the military fired on protesters 48 hours later. Unease remained after six people were killed when the army rolled in with tanks on Wednesday to disperse 18

August 3, 2018 1:22 AM Wild plains bison reintroduced to Banff National Park roam free for first time in decades

Plains bison are an iconic part of Canada’s history, having freely roamed in the Rockies, filling an important need for the livelihoods of First Nations people and early settlers. They disappeared from the area due to overhunting before the national park was created in 1885. Sixteen plains bison from Elk Island National Park were reintroduced as part of a $6.4-million 20