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(CNN) - With many experts now doubting North Korea was behind the Sony Pictures hack, the FBI agents investigating the breach were briefed by a cyber security firm that did some reverse hacking of its own.
It says this may have been an inside job and not some army of cyber warriors loyal to dear leader. The feds, at least publicly, are saying there's still no doubt over who hacked Sony.
CNN justice corespondent Pamela Brown joins "The Lead" with all the latest.
(CNN) - Hemu Nigam, a cybersecurity expert and former vice president of Worldwide Internet Enforcement for the Motion Picture Association of America, joins "The Lead" to discuss the likely motivations behind the Sony Pictures hacking.
New York (CNNMoney) – "The Interview" banked $1 million at the box office on Christmas Day, and it could make a couple million more over the long holiday weekend.
"The audience reaction was fantastic - the limited release, in under 10% of the amount of theaters originally planned, featured numerous sellouts and a first-day gross over $1 million," Sony Pictures worldwide distribution president Rory Bruer said in a statement.
Bruer nodded to the "incredibly challenging circumstances" around the release and said "we are extremely grateful to the people all over the country who came out to experience 'The Interview' on the first day" it was in theaters.
The scandalous Seth Rogen comedy could potentially make a lot more money online, through $5.99 movie rentals and future sales to streaming services like Netflix.
(CNN) – 2015 marks the unofficial start of the race for the White House.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry unsuccessfully ran in 2012. Can he shake off the missteps from a few years ago and recast himself to the American people? Meanwhile, Jeb Bush appears poised to run, releasing e-mails from his eight years as Florida governor. Will he have problems with the conservative base of the Republican Party?
CNN political commentator and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona and CNS News' Terry Jeffrey tackle those questions and more in the video above.
(CNN) – Heated protests set off after 18-year-old Antonio Martin was shot and killed by a police officer in Berkeley, Missouri.
Online, conspiracy theories ran amuck. People feared this could light the fuse for another Ferguson.
CNN's George Howell reports.