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Police have released the names of the people involved in a head-on collision Thursday on U.S. Route 220 in Towanda, which left two of them in critical condition. The accident occurred when a Chevrolet Cavalier operated by Joshua Decker of Nichols, N.Y. (read more)
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Sony Pictures has been given a rare gift by North Korea-backed hackers who penetrated the company's email and anonymous miscreants who threatened violence against movie theaters that show a movie that prompted the email attack. "The Interview," the movi (read more)

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