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President Obama said he wished Sony would have talked to him before deciding to put 'The Interview' on the shelf.
A federal jury found the City of Puyallup, Washington did not violate the privacy rights of 12 inmates when they recorded them on camera in various forms of undress, including using the bathroom.
The ride-sharing company Uber will stop picking up customers in Portland for three months. The agreement comes after weeks of the company operating illegally. The city will now work to update regulations so Uber can operat legally.
Derby was born with deformed front legs, but 3D printing technology has put a new spring in his step.
An unsuspecting waitress got the tip of her life. Megan Asadi was working her regular shift at a Herndon, Virginia restaurant when she received a $1,200 dollar tip on a $128 tab. The single mom is a refugee from Iran that just became a U.S. citizen.
Stephen Colbert bid farewell to 'The Colbert Report,' after 9 years on Comedy Central, in his typical over-the-top satirical style. A slew of famous friends stopped by for the final show. Colbert will begin hosting CBS' late show in September.
Hackers who targeted Sony Pictures in a massive data breach are now threatening anyone who goes to see the new film 'The Interview' with a "9/11" style attack. Carmike Cinemas is the first chain to cancel planned showings of the film in response.
President Obama said the United States will reopen its embassy in Havana and end its "outdated approach" toward Cuba. He said freeing Alan Gross and another American prisoner has cleared the way for the landmark policy changes to take place.
The reaction to Robin Williams' death in August topped Google's list of 2014's fastest-rising search requests. It beat notable events such as the World Cup, the Ebola outbreak and the March disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The Humane Society in Silicon Valley posted a brutally honest adoption listing for 2-year-old chihuahua Eddie the Terrible. Morgan Manousos (@MorganManousos) has all the reasons workers say you don't want to adopt him. Video provided by Buzz60