WH formally blames North Korea for ransomware attack
The Trump administration said North Korea is behind the "wannacry" cyberattack that paralyzed hundreds of thousands of computers around the world.
Heather Unruh said her son has now reported the alleged incident with Kevin Spacey to police as the actor is replaced in a film and more allegations of sexual misconduct in Hollywood emerge.
The film was recently pulled from the American Film Institute film festival.
The hackers demanded millions in ransom before the release of a second round of files and emails from an executive at the company as well as more documents related to "Game of Thrones," and an upcoming script from an unaired episode.
The cyberattack is believed to be the biggest industry hacking ever and involves 1.5 terabytes of stolen data, according to officials.
ABC News' Olivia Smith previews some of the latest games in the Nintendo universe at the E3 gaming expo.
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Cyber-expert Anup Ghosh, CEO of cybersecurity firm Invincea, talks with ABC News' Pierre Thomas about how Russian hackers can infiltrate other countries' networks.
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.
Jeremy Miller, 8, got to compare his Halloween costume to the actual Ecto-1 car at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles.