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Cyberattack on Twitter, Netflix, and more may have come from webcams

A massive DDoS attack took down large swaths of the Internet on Friday. The malware may have been distributed through ordinary devices in users homes. Samuel Burke reports.

Fired Twitter contractor: Why my past comments shouldn't plague my future

Greg Gopman, a tech entrepreneur who once penned a harsh critique of San Francisco's homeless population, says he lost his job as a VR contractor at Twitter after his 2013 comments resurfaced in the media.

Massive cyber attack takes down major websites

A DDoS attack, which overwhelms servers by flooding them with traffic, disrupted popular sites like Twitter, Netflix and Reddit. CNN's Samuel Burke reports.

Is AT&T acquiring Time Warner?

CNN's Brian Stelter and Paul R. La Monica join Richard Quest to discuss rumors of an AT&T takeover bid for Time Warner. Time Warner is the parent company of CNN.

Smithsonian museum honors African-American pioneers

CNN's Fredricka Whitfield visits the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture for an exclusive look at the exhibits.

Major outage temporarily hits popular websites

A number of popular websites like Amazon and Netflix were down for some users on Friday morning in what appears to be a massive DDoS attack. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke reports.

'Dirk Gently' is 'a needlessly complex mystery'

CNNMoney catches up with Max Landis, the creator of 'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency' at Comic Con, as well as the show's star, Samuel Barnett. They discuss what to expect and the challenges of adapting the work of Douglas Adams.

Ethan Hawke is finally old enough to be in a Western

Ethan Hawke discusses working with John Travolta on 'In a Valley of Violence,' and why he now has enough cracks in his face to play a cowboy.

Robert Kirkman & David Alpert talk 'Walking Dead' success

'The Walking Dead' executive producers Robert Kirkman and David Alpert discuss why their show is one of the most popular on television.

Metlife is firing Snoopy!

Insurance company MetLife is dumping its mascots of over 30 years - The Peanuts - as it attempts to shift its business focus.