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The Obama administration says it's determined the North Korean government was behind a devastating hacking attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Bombings kill 11 people in Iraq

Updated: 12/19/2014 6:20:41 AM

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8 children found dead in Australia home

Updated: 12/19/2014 5:23:39 AM

CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 19: Members of the public arrive to lay flowers across the road from the scene of a multiple stabbing in the suburb of Manoora on December 19, 2014 in Cairns, Australia. Eight children have been found dead and a 34-year-old woman is in hospital with chest injuries at a home in North Queensland. The children, aged 18 months to 15 years have reportedly been stabbed and the women is said to be stable and cooperating with police.  ((Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images))
Action being considered against NKorea

Updated: 12/19/2014 5:20:26 AM

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Updated: 12/19/2014 5:13:59 AM

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