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Amid gas shortages in the wake of a crippling cyberattack that exposed critical infrastructure vulnerabilities in the U.S. come reports that Colonial Pipeline paid hackers a $5 million ransom to unfreeze its computers. Now fuel is moving slowly again. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.