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San Bernardino Mass Shooting



 1 yr | San Bernardino shooters were ‘intent to kill innocents on a substantial basis’ - U.S. official

              The couple that carried out Wednesday’s shooting attack in San Bernardino had stockpiled weapons in order to kill on a “substantial scale,” according to a senior administration official. “At this point, we don’t have evidence that the 2 killers were directed by a foreign terrorist organization, or that they were part of a broader conspiracy in the United States. However, we do see that they went down on a path of radicalization, and that they had stockpiled weapons with the intent to kill innocents on a substantial scale,” the official said. “So clearly, in the president’s view, this was an act of terrorism.”   

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 1 yr | Obama: U.S. has a responsibility to reject religious tests for entry into country

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 1 yr | Obama calls on Muslim leaders to reject ideology of ISIS

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 1 yr | Obama says extremist ideology has spread between some Muslim communities

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 1 yr | Obama: ISIL does not speak for Islam, they are thugs and killers

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 1 yr | Obama calls on Congress to stop those on no-fly lists from buying guns, prevent sale of powerful weapons

              Obama is renewing his calls on Congress to make sure that those who are on a no-fly list are not able to buy a gun. He also reiterated his broader call for new laws that would make it harder for people to buy "powerful assault weapons" such as the ones that were used in Wednesday’s shooting massacre in San Bernardino.   

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 1 yr | Obama: Congress should make sure no one on a no-fly list is able to buy a gun

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 1 yr | Obama: U.S. working with friends and allies to disrupt ISIS operations, funding

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 1 yr | Obama: Threat from terrorism is real, but we will overcome it

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 1 yr | Terrorists turning to less complicated attacks such as mass shootings - U.S. official

              Terrorist organizations are now seeking to stage less complicated attacks such as Wednesday’s shooting attack in San Bernardino, a senior administration official says. “The [is] that as we hardened our defenses and went after terrorist networks, we’ve seen terrorist organizations turn to less complicated attacks than the type of spectacular and multi-faceted attacks that we saw on 9/11,” the official said. “Rather we’ve seen techniques that are similar to the types of mass shootings that we saw in San Bernardino.”   

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