There is anger and outrage pouring from Hollywood after Sony Pictures decided to cancel the Christmas day release of its film, "The Interview"
Governments around the world are applauding the U.S. and Cuba after their diplomatic breakthrough
Former secretary of state supported Cuba embargo in Bush Cabinet but says "it's time now to turn that page of history"
After a 45-minute phone call with Cuban President Raul Castro, President Obama announced Wednesday that the U.S. and Cuba would restore diplomatic relations that were severed in 1961
Diplomats had worked for years to bring Alan Gross home from Cuba, including Secretary of State John Kerry. Gross' first words to his two daughters were, "I'm free"
Talks had been kept secret for 18 months, but once made public people in Havana broke out in song and dance to celebrate
President Obama's decision to renew diplomatic ties with Cuba does not affect a long-standing travel ban for American tourists, but that policy is likely to change at some point
The Russian president hosted his annual press conference in Moscow, with questions ranging from international conflicts to his country's recent financial troubles
NASA is showing new satellite images that measure changes in light intensity
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is set to appear at a pre-trial hearing at the federal court house in Boston
Iraqi media reports the boy had been recruited by ISIS to carry out a suicide attack at a shrine in Baghdad, but he surrendered to authorities instead
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Onetime Anonymous hacker, responsible for some of the most notorious hacks ever, weighs in on North Korea's capabilities
Some critics said the character the comedian created in 2005 wouldn't sustain a season, but now he's finishing his 9th and getting ready for his next gig
The girl who's called "one tough cookie" is living up to her name, with a little help from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, as she fights stage 4 neuroblastoma
The actor says he created the movie "'cause bein' famous as a black guy is a little different than bein' famous as a white guy"
"It's hard to battle a narcissistic society," says one mom of the challenges of raising children in a world of social media and cell phones
Video raises questions about what Florida grand jury didn't see when retiree died after police chase
Actor bulked up for "American Sniper," honed his craft on Broadway in "The Elephant Man"
The man who held hostages inside a cafe in Sydney, Australia, was on a terror watch list years ago
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