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Media Broadcast Live Inside Suspected San Bernardino, Calif., Shooters' Home

On Friday, journalists were allowed into Syed Farook's apartment in Redlands, Calif. A tour of the home was broadcast live, including images of drivers' licenses, Social Security cards, and photographs.
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Phila Hach, Who Spread The Gospel Of Southern Cuisine, Dies At 89

"What the Grand Ole Opry did for country music, she has done for Southern food," one writer says of Hach, host of the South's first TV cooking show and a cookbook author and caterer for world leaders.

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In California, Aid Withers For People With Developmental Disabilities

Budget cuts and rising costs are imperiling California's programs for people with developmental disabilities. The state had led the nation in providing innovative community based services.
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Texas, Federal Government Face Off In Court Over Syrian Refugees

Texas backed down from a request that the court immediately block Syrian refugees from the state. But the state still alleges the U.S. has been acting improperly in how it settles Syrian refugees.
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Presidential Candidates Still Like To Party

House party, that is. Even as campaigns get larger, candidates who want to win in New Hampshire continue to meet voters one-on-one. Why does this curious tradition survive?
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Suspect In San Bernardino Shooting Reportedly Had ISIS Ties

A federal law enforcement official told NPR that Tashfeen Malik, a suspect along with her husband in Wednesday's mass shooting, had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State and its leader on Facebook.
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Army Says It Will Review Cases Of Dismissed Soldiers With Mental Health Problems

The Army says it will conduct a "thorough, multidisciplinary review" to determine whether thousands of combat soldiers with those issues or TBIs have been unfairly kicked out of the Army.
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Why Aren't Ads Buying GOP Candidates Better Poll Numbers?

Trump has spent a tiny fraction of what Jeb Bush has spent on TV ads, but the former reality TV star remains unshakably at the top of national polls.
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FBI: San Bernardino Shooting Is Being Investigated As A Terrorist Act

David Bowdich of the FBI's Los Angeles office said at a news conference that "there's a number of pieces of evidence that has pushed us off the cliff."

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Building The Library Of Congress — In A GIF

Strung together into a short video, images of the construction of the Library of Congress in the late 19th century illustrate a nation's commitment to knowledge.

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