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  1. Ex-President George H.W. Bush Hospitalized

    9:26 pm 12/23/2014

    The 90-year-old Bush experienced shortness of breath and is being held for observationRead more

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  2. 'The Interview' Tickets Selling Fast

    1:57 pm 12/23/2014

    Some moviegoers plan to see the movie to make a political statementRead more

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  3. North Korea Claims U.S. "Deeply Involved" in Making 'The Interview,' Vows Revenge

    12:29 pm 12/21/2014

    Upping the rhetoric, the country promised new cyberattacks on "all the citadels of the U.S. imperialists"Read more

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  4. John McCain Calls Sony Hack "New Form of Warfare"

    10:27 am 12/21/2014

    "When you destroy economies, when you are able to impose censorship on the world, it's more than vandalism," McCain told CNN on SundayRead more

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  5. Sony Hack Debacle Renews Talk of Studio Sale

    8:00 am 12/21/2014

    Some analysts say the hacking scandal will cost the studio at least $200 millionRead more

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  6. 'The Interview' Promotional Items Are Suddenly High-Priced Collectibles

    3:08 pm 12/19/2014

    A plastic cup could cost you more than $4,000 on eBayRead more

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  7. Rush Limbaugh Blasts "Cowards" at Sony for Pulling 'The Interview'

    2:31 pm 12/18/2014

    Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and conservative talk radio hosts nationwide were heard ripping into Sony on ThursdayRead more

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  8. Industry Optimistic on New Cuba-U.S. Era

    9:18 am 12/18/2014

    "It’s the beginning of a new cycle," says 'Che' producer Alvaro Longoria about the historic renewal of diplomatic tiesRead more

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  9. Sony Hack: Activists to Drop 'Interview' DVDs Over North Korea Via Balloon

    2:54 pm 12/16/2014

    "Comedies are hands down the most effective of counterrevolutionary devices," says activist Thor HalvorssenRead more

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  10. Former Warner Bros. Chairman Barry Meyer Joins Board of Federal Reserve Bank

    10:41 am 12/16/2014

    The former studio chairman and CEO will serve a term that runs through Dec. 31, 2016Read more

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