December 22nd, 2014
10:02 AM ET

North Korea threatens more cyber-attacks

The top story from Sunday's program: CNN correspondent Kyung Lah reports on North Korea's latest statement, and Hollywood executive Gary Michael Walters describes his concerns about the movie industry's reactions to the cyber-attack against Sony Pictures.

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