Police say they have not ruled out terrorism as a motive in Wednesday’s attack in San Bernardino, California, that killed 14 people and left others wounded. The attack happened at a social services center in the community east of Los Angeles.
Three people are dead, including the gunman, after a shooting at an elementary school in the US city of San Bernardino, California. Emergency services called the incident an "apparent murder-suicide."
In the wake of terrorist attacks, one of the key questions is who will cover the damages. Demand for special insurance policies is on the rise. The risk potential, however, remains completely incalculable.
US prosecutors say a "third party" has offered a possible method for decrypting a smartphone used by a terrorist. The FBI and Apple were due in court on Tuesday in a row over criminal evidence held on phones.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has paid a huge sum in order to hack into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. The total amount is more than the FBI's boss will make in the remainder of his job.
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