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it is considered one of the greatest rock songs of all time. but does stairway to heaven begin with plagiarism. anthony mason tells us the day of judgment is coming in federal court. those unmistakable opening chords have helped the 1971 song stairway to heaven earn a reported $550 million. but a rival band says led zeppelin stole them from their instrumental written three years earlier.
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>> reporter: ryan will sever as chairman of they ran for the job. trump campaigning in new york uggestvericks in order to pick up delegates. okay? for his part, ted cruz said the real problem in the delegate fight is trump's team is uninformed and poorly organized. cruz went on and said, trump can't run a lemonade stand and if he was a contestant on the apprentice he would have to fire himself. major garrett, cbs news, washington. the candidate with perhaps the most to gain from a contested gop convention is john kasich. he discussed the state of the race with scott pelley.
rctn an said minutes before will work very favorably together. he is an ideaan with him, to actually acompolish things. >> the irony is you are the most likely republican to win in november and the least likely to be nominated. >> how do you make the argument that the guy that gets the most votes doesn't win. >> we had ten contested conventions. of the ten, only three times did the front-runner, was the front-runner selected. seven times it was someboetd other than the front-runner. >> but you are number three. i can understand an argument.
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leave the convention united. >> yeah.t is very, very hard for people to turn around inning tiff impressions in a u tru >> the party could unite, you know, this is our person, but at the end, can they win? and in virtually every, you mentioned at the top, virtually every poll, i am the only one that beats hillary clinton. why? i have favorable ratings. number one, number two, i can attract-- the independent voter and the blue-collar voter. part of it is because -- the blue-collar part is part of my dna. the independent part is because frankly the republican party is my vehicle and not my master and i have been an idea guy all of my life. >> if trump its the nominee you are not going to work for him or campaign for him? >> let wait to see who we have as a nominee. i will let
>> reporter: the sheer size of studios, any of mate your six studios there, china is part of every green blockbuster films. >> block busters like "transformers 4." >> there remains a price on my head. >> reporter: made $300 million in china, was partly filmed there and co-stars, li bing bing. the chine hich allows 34 foreign films into the country every year. to get around
has been oriental dream works. ceo james us for both audiences. >> what we have done is we are reanimating everything around the mouth and the throat. so when you look at a chinese version -- you no longer have a misalignment between the voices and the lip movement. >> reporter: in the chinese version they look as if they're speaking in chinese. whereas in the u.s. version they look like they're speaking english. >> the dumpling squadron. >> has this ever been done before? >> this has never been done before.
movies anyone couldat teenager, was very guilty. >> reporter: but you were force to do that by the political situation in china, you were only 14 years old. >> no, i still feel guilty. because i had a choice. i had a choice. >> reporter: in the 90s after things had loosened up, chen chose to make films critical of the regime. like "farewell my concubine," earned who oscar nominations and tells the story of oscar
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right here. what this kind of front end pol. or clipping the corner of an oncoming car athe css is not performing as well as we would look to see. >> raul arbelaez. >> the lower ex-tremly injury measures indicated likelihood of serious injury. >> reporter: researchers found that situation occurred in the dodge ram, the truck is ranked at the bottom of the list managing marginal ranking. and low marks for roof strength. 44% of fatalities in pickups occur in rollover crashes. while the institute began small overlap testing in 2012 this is the first time for large pickups with extended cab or
four-door cab. onlyd silrado and si.ling fared worse.>> safety is a big issue. one of the top reasons people buy cars or trucks. the detroit bureau chief for automobile magazine. these tests are important because they're going to be pushing auto makers to meet tougher safety standards and create the ability to survive a crash, a hard crash in a number of different situations. >> reporter: the f-150, the crew cab and extended four-door cab, top safety pick with the, additional collision avoidance technology you can get in the vehicle. from the maker of dodge, they tell us its vehicles are designed for real world performance and no single test determines overall real
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governor and former congressman late today. be nominated. >> well, it is a little early to say that. we have to get to a convention. when you get to the convention, it's going to be kind of a wide-open affair. >> how do you make the argument in america that the guy who gets the most votes doesn't win? >> we had ten contested republican convention. ten. and of the ten, only three times did the front-runner, was the front-runner selected. seven times, it was somebody other than the front-runner.
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i was running on c.p. time. he voted for the bill, democratic state n fix it. >> reporter: hb-2 provoked a storm of criticism from gay, lesbian and transgender groups who say it discriminates against them. >> all laws impose morality. >> reporter: while social conservatives have been vocal in support. it had an imat
>> reporter: tov most controversial measure of the law which is a restriction of transgender bathroom access. for representative richardson his reversal was personal. what did your daughter think about your vote in favor of hb-2? >> honestly, after the vote she called me and said "i'm disappointed." >> how was that to hear from your daughter? >> it caused me to look in the mirror. and, and -- reassess things. richardson said the executive
doesn't do enough. hot to thespoke with a backyard pool in wily, sroundino >> that's more glassob cars in parking lots and drive ways took a pounding too. jamie doggett's new truck needs a new back window. >> it was scary and intense. >> reporter: baseball sized hail, forced stephanie malhiot to ride out the storm with four kids inside the closet. >> in storms we grab the helmets and shoes for everyone.
we didn't have time to do that. r could very well see additional storms on this scale. >> reporter: bradssa longer period of time allowing them to grow larger before falling. >> this is really, really unusual. >> reporter: there is some good news, scott. there were no reports of any major injuries. >> omar, thank you. today, the house approved
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in the last five years, box e. getting more and more like hollywood. quy. >> so quickly. you don't react. it has already changed. >> reporter: and transformed into a multibillion dollar industry. chinese studios produce over 600 features a year. action movies. sci-fi. thrillers. behind them is a group of
henchmen. they just say, we are here to culture. and on the surface, their lifestyles more and more like young people's in the west. prosperity has transformed china. it's no longer a closed communist country. but amidst all of this modernity, the chinese government still censors films and decides which can be seen in theaters. we asked to speak with government oic
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