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Ben Bradlee, Washington Editor And Watergate Warrior, Dies At 93
Mailyn Berger, The New York Times | Ben Bradlee, R.I.P. | October 22, 2014

Ben Bradlee, who presided over The Washington Post’s Watergate reporting that led to the fall of President Richard M. Nixon and that stamped him in American culture as the quintessential newspaper editor of his era — gruff, charming and tenacious — died on Tuesday at his home in Washington. He was 93...

'No Stairway, Denied!' Led Zeppelin Lawsuit Winds On Down The Road
Keith Phipps, The Daily Beast | 'Stairway' Lawsuit | October 22, 2014

Is Led Zepplin guilty of plagiarizing its most iconic song? 'Stairway to Heaven' would hardly be the first time the band faced legal action for borrowing too liberally...

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Midterm Election And Affairs On Tap In Season 2 Of 'Alpha House'
Andrea Morabito, The New York Post | About Season 2 | October 21, 2014

In a deeply polarized political landscape, weeks away from the midterm elections, “Alpha House” executive producer Jonathan Alter likes to say that the Amazon comedy about four GOP senators is “one of the only political endeavors getting bipartisan support.”...

Amazon's 'Alpha House' Gets October Premiere
Hollywood Reporter | Season 2 Premieres 10/24 | September 29, 2014

Amazon's first original series is returning in October for a second season. 

Alpha House will premiere Oct. 24 on Amazon's Prime Instant Video streaming service, and this season all 10 episodes of the Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury) political comedy will be available at once...

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