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The U.S. Supreme Court is refusing to hear an appeal from a student who was successfully sued for downloading music. Joel Tenenbaum was sued by the Recording History Association of America for illegally sharing music on the internet. He was ordered to pay $675,000 or $22,000 for each of the 30 songs he illegally downloaded and shared.
Cleveland is not the only city that had one big weekend. The people in London celebrated two big events over the past couple of days -- the Queen's Jubilee and the arrival of the Olympic torch. The Olympic torch in London symbolizes the spirit of 2012 Olympic Games. There are more than 8,000 aspiring torch bearers who help carry the Olympic flame around Britain.
The heat didn't stop thousands from coming out to the 35th annual Rite-Aid Cleveland Marathon on Sunday. The full marathon began and ended at Cleveland Browns stadium. Abraham Kogo from Kenya won first place in the race.For photos from yesterday's race, check out a huge photo gallery from the race aon wkyc.com at 2012 Cleveland Marathon Photo Gallery
A man in his early 40's survived a plunge over the Horseshoe Falls this morning. The falls are located in the lower Niagara River basin. Witness say they saw a man climb over the restraining wall and deliberately jump into the water. The man was found by a Niagara Parks Police. His exact condition is not yet known.