A bipartisan group of senators want new sanctions legislation on Iran despite White House objections.
Justice Department acknowledges law enforcement swept up records from phone companies until 2013.
The shelving of “The Interview” made freedom of speech a victim of the cyberattack, tipping the scales.
The proposal also includes measures that would help protect consumers and students.
Social media firm says U.S. violated its right to disclose the scope of the government’s requests for user data.
Citing new evidence, he said he had “high confidence” that North Korea was behind the cyberattack.
The United States for the first time laid blame on a foreign government for a destructive cyberattack.
White House spokesman says the U.S. is weighing a “proportional” response to the cyberattack.
Hackers have said there would be wide-scale attacks and promised “a bitter fate” for the moviegoers.