In an exclusive CNN interview scheduled to air on Sunday, SONY CEO Michael Lynton tells Fareed Zakaria that his company did not cave in the wake of a recent information hack allegedly masterminded by North Korea.
With John Berman filling in for Anderson Cooper, on Friday evening "AC360" aired a preview of Zakaria's face to face conversation with Lynton, including a selection in which the CEO insisted SONY had "absolutely sufficient cybersecurity."
For highlights from Friday's program you can watch the above video, and to see Zakaria's full interview with Lynton, be certain to catch "Fareed Zakaria GPS" at 10 am or 1 pm on Sunday.
Questions are mounting about how anyone could not only storm the White House through an unlocked front door, but also make it all the way into the East Room. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson testified on Capitol Hill today and acknowledged that the "security plan was not properly executed" when an intruder jumped the White House fence. Pamela Brown takes a closer look the grilling by congressional lawmakers.
Do Secret Service agents have any more power to use lethal force than the average American police officer? Randi Kaye reports on Secret Service protocols.
The old city in Cartagena, Colombia is an amazing sight. The “walled city” probably doesn’t look too different now compared to when the Dutch, French and English attacked the city in search of its wealth of gold and silver. It truly is breathtaking. But once you get passed the archways and enter the old city, you notice prostitution is thriving here.
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