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Oklahoma's 'Pioneer Woman' builds media empire on the Plains
Growing up in a town she considered "too small," Ree Drummond sought the bright lights of a city, and wound up in an even smaller town where she has built a virtual media empire on the Plains of northeast Oklahoma
Box Office Top 20: 'Cars 3' takes first from 'Wonder Woman'
"Cars 3" finished in first place at the North American box office this weekend with $53.7 million in earnings
Nintendo exhibits its latest games at E3 gaming expo
ABC News' Olivia Smith previews some of the latest games in the Nintendo universe at the E3 gaming expo.
Nintendo kicks off re-release of Pokemon game 'Pokken Tournament DX'
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Sony will only release clean edits with directors' approval
Sony is revising its plan to make sanitized versions of R and PG-13 rated movies available for home viewing after directors like Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen publicly expressed their disapproval
Review: A questionable murder derails 'Rough Night' fun
In " Rough Night " four women on a wild and crazy bachelorette weekend in Miami accidentally kill a guy and try to get away with it. You know it's coming. It's right there in the trailer. In the middle of the party, Jillian Bell's coked out character runs full speed toward a male stripper to
Clinton, Obama surprise Women in Film awards winners, guests
Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Sen. Kamala Harris participated in Women in Film's annual awards ceremony
Box office top 20: 'Wonder Woman' stays strong
The audience for "Wonder Woman" slid less in the film's second week than any superhero film in more than a decade, leaving the acclaimed Warner Bros. release no. 1 for the second week
Trail of global cyberattack could lead to North Korea
Cyber security researchers tracking the global cyberattack tonight say the trail could lead back to North Korea. Analysts from Google and and at least three major cybersecurity firms have pointed to a piece of code that appeared in both an earlier version of the WannaCry virus and the 2016 attack
United States remains vulnerable to North Korean cyber-attack, analysts say
As North Korea blusters about launching missile strikes against the United States and its allies, experts are warning that aggressive action from North Korea is more likely to come from cyber space. While Kim Jong-Un has struggled to develop a traditional arsenal to rival those of his enemies as