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NEW YORK (AP) — A Beastie Boys rapper has told a New York jury that the legendary hip-hop group would never license songs to endorse products. Adam "Ad-Rock" Horowitz testified in federal court in Manhattan on Tuesday. He was called as the first witness in support of a lawsuit the group filed against the Monster Energy Co., a beverage maker. The lawsuit claims copyright infringement and...

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