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Sony hack: North Korea escalates war of words

The blame game over "The Interview" is intensifying.

At the heart of the widening controversy are North Korea's role in the devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures and the studio's decision to pull the film amid threats against moviegoers.

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No Lucky Money players win $500k jackpot

No tickets matched all four "Lucky Money" numbers plus the Lucky Ball for the $500,000 jackpot. The Jackpot now goes to $550,000 for Tuesday's drawing.

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1 Fantasy 5 player wins $229,947 jackpot

A "Fantasy 5" player has selected all five winning numbers to win a jackpot of $229,947.15.

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Secret Cinema to hold protest screening

Events company Secret Cinema has said it will hold a simultaneous screening of an as-yet unannounced film in London, Rome and San Francisco on Sunday to "protest against censorship."

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Venezuela sanctions bill hurts wealthy socialists

President Barack Obama signed sanctions Thursday against Venezuelans accused of human rights violations.

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Republican lawmakers move to block relations with Cuba

Although President Barack Obama announced diplomatic relations with Cuba will reopen, the fate of the decades-old embargo remains in the hands of Congress.

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Policy changes prompt excitement in travel industry

With both countries easing requirements for travel licenses, the airline and cruise line industries are preparing for the anticipated high demand.

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Cuban ports could create future competition for PortMiami

Lenny Feldman talked to Local 10 News Christina Vazquez about the economic impact that Cuban ports reinforced by foreign investment could have on PortMiami.

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Former BankAtlantic CEO found guilty of defrauding investors

A jury has found that the former chief executive officer of BankAtlantic Bancorp intentionally defrauded investors about the bank's financial health as its real estate loans soured in 2007.

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High schooler scores $72M playing stock market

Mohammed Islam is only 17 -- but he's worth a rumored $72 million.

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