FBI Blames NKorea For Sony Hacking: 'Act of Intimidation'
The Obama administration on Friday formally accused the North Korean government of being responsible for the devastating hacking attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, providing the most detailed accounting to date of a hugely expensive break-in that could lead to a U.S. response. [Full Story]
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FBI Blames NKorea For Sony Hacking: 'Act of Intimidation'
Hayden, Dershowitz: Make Hackers Pay 'Consequence'
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and former CIA Director Michael Hayden, on Newsmax TV on Friday, agreed that the Sony hackers pay a "heavy consequence" for their actions.... [Full Story] |
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Fareed Zakaria: Shamefully, North Korea Has Won
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Bernie Kerik: Bring Back US Fugitives 'If Cuba Opens Up'
President Barack Obama's shift in policy on Cuba opens the door for the return of fugitives to the U.S. that fled there to escape authorities, former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik told Fox News' "America's Newsroom." [Full Story] |
Wasserman Schultz At Odds With Obama, DNC Over Cuba
The Democratic National Committee has come out in strong support of President Barack Obama's deal to end the decades-long embargo against Cuba, something Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz strongly opposes. [Full Story]
Dershowitz: Cuba Prisoner Swap Should Set Stage for Pollard Release
Just as the United States negotiated with Cuba for the release of two Americans, one a confirmed spy, Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard should be released from an American prison, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said Friday on Newsmax TV's “America’s Forum.” [Full Story] |
Pakistan's Revenge: 77 Militants Killed After School Massacre
Pakistani warplanes and ground forces killed at least 77 militants in a northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border, officials said Friday, days after Taliban fighters killed 148 people - most of them children - in a school massacre.Meanwhile, a Pakistani prosecutor... [Full Story]
US Telecoms, Utility Grids May Be Next Targets of North Korean Hackers
The hacking attack on Sony Pictures may have been a practice run for North Korea's elite cyber-army in a long-term goal of being able to cripple telecoms and energy grids in rival nations, defectors from the isolated state said. [Full Story]
Food as Medicine: Kitchen Staples That Reverse Aging
Scientists are just beginning to understand what natural healers have known for thousands of years: That Mother Nature’s medicine chest holds the key to boosting health and longevity. [Full Story] |
Japanese Scientist Resigns Over Stem-Cell Research Scandal
A researcher embroiled in a fabrication scandal that has rocked Japan's scientific establishment said Friday she would resign after failing to reproduce results of what was once billed as a ground-breaking study on stem cells. [Full Story]
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