Several news organizations, citing U.S. officials, reported Wednesday that North Korea was behind the Sony data hack. The revelation came on the same day the studio decided to cancel the release of The Interview.
"We stand by our filmmakers and their right to free expression and are extremely disappointed by this outcome," the studio said in a statement. UPDATE: Sony "has no further release plans" for the film.
Here's guessing Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Franco never thought their North Korea assassination comedy would come to this.
The driver pleaded not guilty to the charges when he was arraigned at Cambridge District Court on Wednesday.
Wealthy inequality in America is at record levels and minorities are being hit particularly hard, a new study shows.
In the wake of the studio deciding to pull The Interview from a theatrical release, members of the entertainment industry took to Twitter to express their frustrations.
Patrick Crawford was shot multiple times Wednesday morning in front of the Texas station where he is employed. The gunman is being sought by police.
Part of the deal were prisoner releases and exchanges. Alan Gross, who was arrested and has been imprisoned for espionage in Cuba for the past five years, is on his way back to the U.S. There will also be a swap of alleged spies.
On Thursday, Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi, the LeT commander who played a part in one of the worst terror attacks to ever hit Mumbai, was released on bail.
With a trio of attention-grabbing roles in 2014 — The Normal Heart, American Horror Story: Freak Show, and Unbroken — Wittrock has taken Hollywood by storm.
The drone, called "GhostSwimmer," was developed for surveillance. And it's just the latest machine to mimic the animal kingdom.
The former Florida governor serves as an adviser to Barclays, which was fined nearly $300 million for violating sanctions in 2010, prior to his work there.
There were more than 300 IPOs on the books this year—up nearly 25% over 2013 The Nasdaq had the most IPOs, but the New York Stock Exchange, which raised $70 billion along the way, landed the biggest fish.
Hackers threatened theaters that screened The Interview, forcing Sony to cancel the movie release.
There was a touching scene in Trafalgar Square this evening.
Jill Zuckman lent public relations expertise to the legal team of Alan Gross, freed today after five years of imprisonment in Cuba.
Before he was the repressive dictator scorned by the American public, he was just another tourist.
Four were killed by decapitation, according to a new report.
"The problem in the Cuban system is that when foreign companies go in there, they write the check out to the account controlled by Fidel Castro and by his brother Raul."
"I'm asking that the governments of the world, including the United States government, be coherent in their principles of democracy," Rosa María Payá tells BuzzFeed News.
Cuban-Americans expressed mixed reactions — some joyous and others furious — on social media to news that the U.S. will normalize relations with Cuba.
"The last thing they need is a Taco Bell and a Lowe's—" "Toilet paper, toothbrushes—" "Right. But you know, it's one big idea and it all sort of comes together. And you wonder, are we about to get up in there and ruin that place?"
A video surfaced of a Herbalife employee sharing some troubling thoughts and facts about the embattled nutritional supplement company. If you can't say something nice...
A trove of email correspondences between Snapchat executives including Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton were leaked as part of the Sony Pictures hack.
Authored by Uber's Head of Global Safety, Philip Cardenas, the post lays out the company's plans to increase consumer protection in the next year.
"I gotta tell you, as an American, I should be able to travel anywhere I want to in the world."
Environmentalists have applauded the move, which comes after years of mixed messages on fracking from Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Josh Earnest: “I assume like many Americans he has seen that Cuba is a place where they have a beautiful climate and a lot of fun things to do. So if there’s an opportunity for the president to visit I’m sure he wouldn’t turn it down.”
The three men were gunned down in separate locations in the Mid-City area as they attempted to flee, police said.
The boy's family believes it was meant to humiliate him for acting out at school.
"So, as usual, he’s like one big self-inflicted wound."
Forty-Niners GM Trent Baalke announced the termination of his contract on Wednesday.
In a surprise move, the Obama administration is about to make the biggest shift in policy towards Cuba in two generations. Here's what you need to know.
The young, close-knit, predominantly female students in SUNY Canton's mortuary school are fascinated with our most difficult, yet unavoidable, subject. But when it comes to changing attitudes about death and grieving, are educational programs like the one they're in part of the problem?
The collapse of the ruble is bad news for exporters, and a disaster for millions of families depending on migrant workers in Russia. And there are signs it is also fraying nerves in the Kremlin's inner circle.
"I anticipate we're going to have a very interesting couple of years discussing how you're going to get an ambassador nominated and how you'll get an embassy funded," Rubio says.
Darden Restaurants had its first earnings call since its board was completely replaced two months ago, on which it heavily emphasized to-go ordering at its largest chain. "Olive Garden has great food that travels very, very well."
The on- and offline search for the prime suspect in last month's celebrity nude-photo hacking scandal.
The team over at H&H Weddings talked to BuzzFeed about why every holiday party needs a few dapper ladies.