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By News Desk
PBS NewsHour will live stream a press conference from San Bernardino, California, with FBI Assistant Director in Charge David Bowdich, San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Berguan, San Bernardino Sheriff John McMahon, ATF Special Agent in Charge Eric Harden; and United…
By Daniel Bush, Quinn Bowman
Speaking from the Oval Office for just the third time during his presidency, but offering few new proposals, President Barack Obama on Sunday pledged to continue his current strategy against the Islamic State overseas, while also encouraging American Muslims to…
By Julie Percha, Rachel Wellford
Following President Barack Obama’s address to the nation Sunday, the candidates jockeying to have his job in more than a year reacted to the president’s strategy for defeating ISIS and terror threats at home.
By Associated Press
President Barack Obama misspoke when he said that the female assailant in the San Bernardino shootings, Tashfeen Malik, came to the United States under the visa waiver program.
By PBS NewsHour
For only the third time in his presidency, President Obama will address the nation from the Oval Office, focusing on the ongoing terrorism investigation into Wednesday's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, that killed 14 people and wounded 21 others.
Here's the latest news on the U.S. presidential candidates' remarks on how to respond and prevent attacks like the one that occurred last week in San Bernardino, California.
Watch the full speech of President Barack Obama’s prime-time address to the nation.
A main concern following the San Bernardino mass shooting is how those in the U.S. may become radicalized -- and the challenge that poses to law enforcement trying to track those individuals. David Schanzer, Director of the Triangle Center on…
By Elisabeth Ponsot, Stephen Fee
The Islamic State said Saturday the two shooters who stormed a holiday party in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday, killing 14 people and wounding 21, were followers of the militant group.
By Ted Bridis, Associated Press
Under a court order, historical calling records at the NSA are now off-limits to agents running the FBI terrorism investigation even with a warrant.
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