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Against All Odds: From Auschwitz to Zabar's
ABC News' Rachel Scott speaks to Renee Feller, a survivor of Auschwitz who is now an ordained rabbi who connects with people from all over the world at morning coffee at Zabar's Cafe.
Boy With Ecto-1 Car Costume Visits 'Ghostbusters'
Jeremy Miller, 8, got to compare his Halloween costume to the actual Ecto-1 car at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles.
Colin Powell's Hacked Email Raises Security Concerns
The co-hosts discuss whether they're scared of having their personal information leaked.
'Ocean's Eight' to Feature All Female Cast
Sony Pictures will start shooting the spinoff of the popular 'Oceans' franchise in October.
Jack Black Teases New 'Goosebumps' Movie
The comedic actor is live in Times Square discussing his role as spooky storyteller R. L. Stine.
Terrified Faces Caught on Camera at Nightmares Fear Factory
The haunted house attraction is so scary that 135,000 people have chickened out before finishing.
Jared Leto Wears Disguise at Comic Con, Cruella de Vil Getting Live-Action Film and More in 'Pop News'
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Car-Hacking Experiment: Your Car Could Be Commandeered
There taste tec bike to alert for anyone with a new car at the test hackers were able to take control of a Jeep. Remotely through with infotainment system they were able to change the radio bless the AC and ultimately drive the car into did she experiment by WIRED Magazine shows the risks of those
And topping the skinny headlines this morning Spider-Man. The actor who will be the new face in the super hero is now revealed. He is Tom Holland the nineteen year old actor was announced by Sony Pictures and marvel studios as the new Peter Parker AKA spiky. Focus of the movie is especially
FBI Investigating Hack of Government Computers
The personal information for at least 4 million current and former federal workers was stolen.