The movie gets just a 32 percent rating from top critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
How about information technologies become agents of peace instead of sources of conflict?
The cancellation of "The interview" after the cyberattack proves unpopular.
Some are doubting the U.S. caused Monday's 10-hour Internet blackout in North Korea.
State Department denies U.S. involvement after promises of retaliation.
Ruppersberger wants the U.S. to impose "consequences" on North Korea for cyberattack.
The U.S. has asked for China's assistance in stopping North Korean attacks.
North Korea vowed "counteraction" after the U.S. blamed Pyongyang for the Sony hack.
A top Sony lawyer stressed the movie studio will release the film through some platform.
McCain said the administration has failed to address cyber weapons used by U.S. enemies.
Obama says people shouldn't be concerned about attacks on theaters.
“We would put our record against any record around the world,” says State spokeswoman.
"The children are still nice," US authorities say, taking festive shot at leaders.
The company has approved Christmas Day screenings after taking heat for pulling the film.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) reached out to Sony to help inform new data security laws.
It's unclear if North Korea is involved.
Users have been flooding the site to rate the shelved film.
The sanctions would be in response to the hack on Sony.
Chinese cooperation is no sure thing, however.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) wants to "know the full threat of cyber warfare."
The United States is weighing whether to put North Korea back on its list, Obama said.
Royce also criticized Obama’s plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
The State Department is aware of reports a citizen crossed into North Korea, a spokesperson said.
Experts inside and outside the government say the episode goes beyond pirating films.