From the new U.S.-Cuba deal to the hack attack against Sony, to the Australian hostage situation and the Pakistan school attack, the lead-up to the holidays was a week of major news. Quiz yourself!
Just hours after Sony pulled "The Interview" over threats of violence against moviegoers, NBC News' Pete Williams reported that U.S. officials believed North Korea was behind the massive Nov. 24 hack on Sony Entertainment.
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Collins, 67, told People Magazine in a 1,000-word statement that there were three victims, all minor girls, in five separate incidents from 1973 to 1994.
The U.S. and Cuba will immediately start discussions to normalize diplomatic relations, while the U.S. is easing restrictions on travel and trade.
“I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism, and when you do that, you have to go in with a neutral mind,” Bill Cosby said to the Washington Statesmen. This was his first time speaking out about the controversy.