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This June 15, 2013 photo, made available courtesy Sean Waugh, NOAA, shows a team of researchers from the University of Colorado and NOAA sampling surface boundaries in the Pawnee National Grasslands, near Grover, Colo. as a storm develops over Wyoming. Colorado and Nebraska researchers say they’ve collected promising weather data by flying instrument-laden drones into big storms, and now they want to expand the project in hopes of learning how tornados form. (AP Photo/Sean Waugh, NOAA)
FILE - In this May 18, 2014 file photo the Swiss central bank is reflected in a fountain in Bern, Switzerland. The bank has imposed negative interest rates on commercial bank deposits, with the aim of preventing the Swiss franc from gaining more strength against other currencies. In a statement Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, the central bank said it was introducing a rate of minus 0.25 percent on sight deposit account balances of more than 10 million Swiss francs ($12.5 million). (AP Photo/Keystone, Peter Klaunzer, File)
In this photo taken on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, Ferguson Commission Co-Chair Rev. Starsky Wilson, second from the left, talks with from left, Shirlissa Pruitt,  Anthony Levine, Tina Cramer and Amir Brandy during a break in the third Ferguson Commission meetings in St. Louis, at Il Monastero St. Louis University. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, David Carson)

Sony hackers threaten moviegoers

Hackers are threatening attacks on theaters showing "The Interview." One major chain has already pulled the film.

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