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How North Korea could have pulled off Sony Pictures hack
Sources describe elaborate route Pyongyang might have used to hide its involvement
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​How big of a hit to Sony's brand?
With the studio under fire for pulling "The Interview," it's dealing with more than just a blow to its bottom line
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The contaminated lab that produced lethal drugs
Fourteen people were arrested for producing drugs that caused a meningitis outbreak; Watch the "60 Minutes" report on how they let it happen
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Eye Opener: White House considers action in the Sony cyberattack
President Obama considers how to strike back against North Korea for the Sony hack attack. Also, a blistering report on the Secret Service says the agency needs new leadership and the White House needs a new fence. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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8 dead kids, stabbed woman found in Australia home
Victims ranged in age from 18 months to 15 years; police think woman is mother of 7 of them
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Rocket fired from Gaza hits southern Israel, military says
First such attack since September; the two sides fought 50-day war over those assaults this summer
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Controversial films
As Sony pulls "The Interview" a look at other controversial films over the years
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The Big Three aren't so big anymore
Smaller automakers have gained U.S. market share, making the industry more competitive than ever
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"Pot Challenge": Okla., Neb. sue to stop Colorado marijuana law
Two states ask Supreme Court to turn back clock on Colorado's legalization of recreational pot
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Downtown L.A. fire was arson, investigators say
Massive blaze destroyed apartment complex under construction, causing $20 million to $30 million in damage
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Cubans eager for future but remain cautious
Scott Pelley reports from Havana, where decades of an embargo has many Cubans expressing cautious optimism
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Lower oil prices could lead to thousands of layoffs
Certain jobs are being threatened by the steep drop in oil prices, while other industries are reaping the benefits
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3 factors behind the Wall Street rally
Michael Santoli, a senior columnist for Yahoo! Finance, joined Jeff Glor on CBSN to explain how stocks jumped 700 points in 2 days
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Is online food ordering becoming America's next addiction?
As restaurant delivery apps multiply, some people are paying outrageous amounts to bring food to their doors
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Crash and grab: Thieves caught on camera ramming into stores
Businesses in the Windy City face a growing threat blowing through their doors. Robbers are using a technique called "crash and grab." Their target? Chicago's upscale Magnificent Mile shopping district. Dean Reynolds reports from Chicago.
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Football Meets Media at Liberty Bowl Press Conference
Head coach Kevin Sumlin along with select coaches and players met the press Thursday at the Aggies' Liberty Bowl preview press conference inside Kyle Field.
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Basketball Teams Announce Pass It Back For The Holidays
Texas A&M Athletics has teamed up with the Student Senate to provide tickets for underprivileged children and non-profit organizations for several men's and women's basketball games from Dec. 30 to Jan. 19.
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Aggies Face Wildcats in Kansas City Saturday
The Aggies' strong non-conference slate continues this weekend as the Texas A&M men's basketball team travels to Kansas City, Mo., to battle Kansas State on Saturday inside the Sprint Center. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m.
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Groom and Streight Earn Repeat Scholar All-America Honors
Seniors Shea Groom and Meghan Streight earned Scholar All-America First Team recognition from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for the second consecutive season.
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Aggie sprinter Deon Lendore wins the 2014 Bowerman Award
An undefeated season and a pair of national championship titles in the 400 meters earned Texas A&M sprinter Deon Lendore a prestigious honor in track and field as he was named the 2014 winner of The Bowerman Award on Wednesday evening.
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