DOJ recovered millions in ransom paid by Colonial Pipeline - ABC News.

The Justice Department says they recovered $2.3 Million in Bitcoin ransom tied to last month's Colonial Pipeline hack. The cyberattack led to widespread gas shortages and panic buying.

Plus, a Southern California couple are due in court today over an alleged road rage shooting that killed a 6-year-old boy last month on a freeway.

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