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'It Was Unspeakable': San Bernardino Officer Says Of Shooting Scene

Lt. Mike Madden was one of the first on the scene of Wednesday's shootings. On Thursday he described the tension and carnage he encountered while helping to clear the Inland Regional Center.
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Names Of San Bernardino Shooting Victims Released

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Matt Guilhem of member station KVCR about the San Bernardino shooting victims. The county sheriff's office has officially released all 14 names.
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Authorities Release Names Of The 14 People Killed In San Bernardino Shooting

The victims ranged in age from 26 to 60, according to the sheriff's office. "We must stand strong and offer support to each individual affected by this senseless attack," Sheriff John McMahon said.
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With Jason Rezaian Jailed For 500 Days, His Brother Visits Iran's Mission At U.N.

Ali Rezaian brought to Iran's Mission at the United Nations a petition for his brother's release that has been signed by 500,000 people.
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2 More Top FIFA Officials Arrested, 16 Indicted In Corruption Probe

Swiss police, on behalf of U.S. authorities, arrested soccer federation Vice Presidents Alfredo Hawit and Juan Angel Napout in Zurich. Altogether, 27 officials are now named in the indictment.
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Atlanta's Mayor Highlights Local Effects Of Climate Change At Paris Summit

Atlanta's mayor wants to convince businesses that the city is a regional leader on climate change initiatives. But, in a city whose efforts are contradicted by its state, how much can the mayor do?
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San Bernardino Mayor: 'Retaliation Is Not The Answer'

NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with R. Carey Davis, the mayor of the city of San Bernardino, Calif., about the mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center, where 14 people were killed Wednesday.
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Dick Cheney's Bust Unveiled At The Capitol, As He's Lightly Roasted

Former Vice President Dick Cheney returned to the U.S. Capitol on Thursday for a ceremony honoring his service as president of the Senate. Former President George W. Bush was among those honoring him.
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From Our Archives: When Is An Act Of Violence An Act Of Terrorism?

The shootings in San Bernardino have raised a familiar question, one that a linguist and a political scientist say keeps coming up because the line can be tough to draw.
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Even As Details Emerge In San Bernardino Shooting, Motive Remains Murky

NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson tells host Kelly McEvers about the latest that's known about Wednesday's shooting in San Bernardino, Calif.

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