Hack of the Century, the Real 'Dog Day Afternoon,' and More...

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Russian hackers have apparently stolen more than a billion passwords and 500 million email addresses, but the breach may be less of a threat than it seems. In our weekly tech roundup, we look at a new app that claims to track spiritual health. The White House is locked in a battle with senators in Congress over how much of a report on CIA and torture should be made public. Next, a new documentary looks at the life of the real bank robber who inspired Al Pacino’s character in the classic Sidney Lumet film “Dog Day Afternoon.” Finally, the man who accused director Bryan Singer and three others of sexually abusing him in the 1990s has withdrawn the last of his lawsuits, but it may not be the end of his legal fight.

Banner Image: Dog Day Afternoon Movie Poster; Credit: Movies in LA