FBI: North Korean Government Is Behind The Sony Terrorist Threats 
The FBI issued a statement Friday formally alleging that the North Korean government is responsible for the latest Sony hack that included threats of a 9/11-like attack on American movie theaters. 
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President Obama Addresses Cuba, Cyber Attack In Press Conference
President Obama's end-of-the-year press conference addressed U.S.-Cuba relations, the cyber attack on Sony, and is plans for the next two years. 
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Hollywood Expresses Outrage, Concern Over "The Interview" Cancellation
Hollywood erupted in anger almost immediately after Sony announced Wednesday that it would be canceling the premiere of its new comedy 'The Interview.' 
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Three Key ISIS Leaders Have Been Killed In Iraq, Officials Say
Pentagon officials reported Thursday that three of the Islamic State's top military leaders have been killed by U.S. airstrikes in Iraq in the last several weeks. 
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New York State Will Ban Fracking Amid Safety Concerns
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo of New York announced Wednesday his administration's decision to ban hydraulic fracturing in the state. 
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U.S. And Cuba Take Historic Steps Toward Improved Relations 
President Obama announced Wednesday that Cuba and the U.S. plan to take steps toward improved diplomatic relations following a prisoner swap on Wednesday. 
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After Hostage Situation, Australians Use Social Media To Unite Against Bigotry
The people of Sydney have been doing something remarkable in the wake of a tragic hostage crisis that left three people dead. 
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2014: A Look Back At The Stories And Images That Captivated Us
From internet-breaking selfies to a deadly epidemic, 2014 was a year not to be forgotten. Here's a look back at some of the major stories that caught our attention this year. 
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After Embarrassing Emails Surface, An Awkward Moment For Sony Exec Amy Pascal
Amy Pascal, co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, has garnered unwanted attention this week after an email hack exposed the exec's racially insensitive remarks about President Barack Obama. 
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CIA Director John Brennan Admits To Wrongdoing, But Defends Agency's Actions
In a rare press conference Thursday, CIA director John Brennan addressed the Senate Intelligence Committee's controversial report on the agency's Bush-era Detention and Interrogation Program. 
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Malala Yousafzai Wins Joint Nobel Peace Prize, Making Her Its Youngest Recipient
17-year-old education activist Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan became the youngest Nobel laureate on Wednesday. 
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Ebola Fighters Are Time Magazine's Choice For 2014 Person Of The Year
Time Magazine is recognizing the doctors and nurses who have been battling the largest Ebola epidemic in history with a death toll approaching 7,000. 
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