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As Tech Firms Come To Oakland, So Do Hopes Of Racial Diversity

Oakland, Calif., is known for being diverse. The tech industry? Not so much. But there's hope the situation will improve as more tech companies move to Oakland.
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Suspect's Brother-In-Law 'Shocked'; Motivation For Attack Sought

A man identified as the brother-in-law of one of the suspects in the mass shooting appeared at a news conference. And, expert David Sterman says we still don't know the reason for the attack.
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An LLC? It Gives Facebook Founder More Freedom To Meet Philanthropic Goals

Creating a for-profit company to manage his $45 billion pledge means Mark Zuckerberg is giving himself flexibility in deciding the best way of tackling the social issues he cares about.
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Obama Again Calls For Stronger Gun Measures After San Bernardino Shooting

President Obama again found himself in the position of decrying a mass shooting and not being able to do much about it. He used a scheduled interview with CBS News to express his sympathies.
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San Bernardino Authorities Identify Suspects In Shooting That Killed 14

A man and a woman, wearing "assault-style clothing" were killed in a shootout with police, says Police Chief Jarrod Burguan. A third person is detained but their connection has been determined yet.
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San Bernardino Shooting: Was It Workplace Violence Or Terrorism?

Linda Wertheimer talks to David Sterman, an expert on home-grown terrorism. He's with the New America Foundation.
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San Bernardino Shootings: What We Know Right Now

Information continues to trickle in regarding the deadly shootings Wednesday at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, Calif.
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Investigation Continues Into Mass Shooting In San Bernardino, Calif.

Police continue the investigation into the mass shooting in San Bernardino that left 14 dead and 17 wounded. Three gunmen opened fire on a center that serves people with developmental disabilities.
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Police Activity Continues Near Site Of San Bernardino, Calif., Shooting

At least two shooters opened fire on a social services center in San Bernardino, Calif., Wednesday leaving 14 dead and 17 wounded. Residents described an incredibly troubling day.
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Police Continue Investigation Into San Bernardino, Calif., Shootings

Fourteen people are dead and at least 17 wounded after at least two gunmen opened fire on a social services center in San Bernardino, Calif. The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.

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