College To Award Posthumous Degree To San Bernardino Attack VictimA posthumous degree will be awarded to a student who died in the San Bernardino terror attack.
Trial Delayed For Accused San Bernardino Shootings Gun BuyerThe trial for a man accused of buying the guns used in the San Bernardino shootings that killed 14 people and injured 22 more has been delayed to this summer, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Thursday.
AP: Homemade Bomb That Failed To Detonate Was Poorly ConstructedA homemade bomb left behind by the husband and wife who perpetrated a mass shooting at a California social services center failed to detonate because it was poorly constructed, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.
Rotarians Honor San Bernardino Shooting First RespondersThe Rotary World Peace Conference had been scheduled for Friday and Saturday years in advance, long before the San Bernardino shooting even occured.
FBI: Couple Also Planned Bombing As Part Of San Bernardino MassacreDavid Bowdich, assistant director of the FBI's LA office, said Farook took a backpack with three pipe bombs into the room where 14 killings occurred.
Help Needed To Fill In 18-Minute Gap Of San Bernardino Shooters' DayAuthorities investigating the attack that killed 14 people last month in San Bernardino are seeking the public's help in filling out the timeline of the assailants' moves that day.
Inland Regional Center Reopens In San Bernardino A Month After Deadly Shooting MassacreLater this afternoon, Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to attend a private memorial service in Ontario for the victims of the shooting.
Lawmaker: Immigration Officials Didn't Fully Vet Tashfeen Malik's Visa Application"It’s unacceptable that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services did not fully vet Malik’s application and instead sloppily approved her visa," a lawmaker said.
Little Known Of Mother Who Lived With San Bernardino ShooterIn the hours that followed the attack, Rafia Farook was detained for questioning and released by authorities. They have not linked her to the attacks.
Buyer Of Assault Rifles Used In San Bernardino Massacre To Remain Jailed Without BailThe man who authorities say bought the assault rifles his friend used in the San Bernardino massacre made his second court appearance on a terrorism-related charge Monday.
President Obama, First Lady Meet With Families Of Victims Slain In San Bernardino MassacrePresident Obama and the First Lady will travel to San Bernardino Friday to pay their respects to the families of 14 victims who were shot and killed by a radicalized couple during a holiday party.
Criminal Charges To Be Filed Against Ex-Neighbor Of San Bernardino ShooterFederal prosecutors are expected to file criminal charges against the 24-year-old former neighbor of a radicalized couple who carried out the deadly shooting massacre in San Bernardino.
Obama To Meet Families Of San Bernardino Terror Attack VictimsThe president is meeting privately with the victims' families without cameras or fanfare, according to the White House.
Visa Process Under Scrutiny After San Bernardino Shooter Passed Immigration Background ChecksLawmakers and academics are scrutinizing the visa process that allowed one of the San Bernardino shooters to immigrate to the U.S. despite making extremist social media posts.
Search For Shooters' Hard Drive Concludes In San Bernardino LakeAn underwater search for a computer hard drive and anything else linked to the husband-and-wife shooters who killed 14 in the California attacks has concluded.