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By Tami Abdollah and Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Federal investigators said there’s an 18-minute gap in the timeline of events on the day of the December massacre in San Bernardino, California, when two radicalized shooters opened fire and killed 14 people at a company holiday party.
By Joshua Barajas
WASHINGTON — The U.S. government appears not to have picked up on extremist messages exchanged during the online courtship two years ago between the American-born man accused in the California shootings and his then-fiancée in Pakistan, according to lawmakers detailing…
By Eric Tucker, Deb Riechmann, Tami Abdollah, Associated Press
The two San Bernardino shooters were radicalized at least two years ago — a year before one of them came to the U.S. on a fiancée visa — and discussed jihad and martyrdom as early as 2013, FBI Director James…
By Eric Tucker and Asif Shahzad, 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 Associated Press
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The increasing number of women drawn to the Islamic State is worrisome to American law enforcement.
One of the two shooters accused of fatally shooting 14 people at a holiday party San Bernardino, California, on Wednesday posted online messages that pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group, a U.S. law enforcement offical told the Associated Press.
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