The victims of the Dec. 2, 2015 terror attack in San Bernardino know firsthand what it means to be devastated by terror. How did they react to Trump's immigration ban?
Memorials are held in San Bernardino marking a year since the Inland Regional Center massacre. The largest is Friday night at Cal State San Bernardino.
In the year following a terrorist attack, San Bernardino has weathered a record number of homicides -- and struggled to recover from bankruptcy. But there are some bright signs of progress.
The first photographer on the scene of the San Bernardino terrorist attack one year ago recalls an evolving scene of confusion and danger.
We may never know why the San Bernardino terrorists targeted a Christmas party. Here's what we do know
Why did San Bernardino terrorists target Christmas Party? 'We never established the motive,' chief says
County workers say their requests for medication and treatment have been delayed or denied under a county-administered workers' compensation program.
'The worst thing imaginable:' Bodies and blood everywhere after San Bernardino terrorist attack, DOJ report shows
'The worst thing imaginable' Report tells of bodies and blood everywhere after San Bernardino terrorist attack
Tracie Thompson focused hard on a row of shopping carts as she approached the supermarket, her brain struggling to stave off a memory, when the crack of a
Should a terrorist's family collect insurance money after he killed 14 people in the San Bernardino attack?
The federal government is suing to stop the family of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook from collecting more than $250,000 in life insurance payments
One question has persisted in the months since the San Bernardino terrorist attack: Could authorities have foiled the shooters' plot before they opened fire?
The U.S. government says it might have a way to unlock the iPhone of one of the assailants in December's terror attack in San Bernardino without the help of Apple.
San Bernardino police Lt. Travis Walker took the stage at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday and told the audience he would not be mentioning the names of the husband and wife who attacked the Inland Regional Center in December.
Moments after armed assailants stormed the Inland Regional Center, a San Bernardino police officer broadcast an urgent message. "We have two witnesses who watched the whole thing start," the officer said. "They said there are three shooters with rifles without a doubt. They said definitely three."
Among those debating Apple's stance against the Justice Department are a handful of people who know from experience what it is like to have a terrorist's gun
It was in the conference room at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, where 50-year-old Julie Swann-Paez found herself curled on the floor, hugging her knees as bullets tore through the air and into bodies.
FBI agents were executing a federal search warrant at the Corona home of the brother of San Bernardino terror attack gunman Syed Rizwan Farook on Thursday.
Setting up a pitched battle between Silicon Valley and the counter-terrorism community, Apple's chief executive said Wednesday that his company would fight a
Cyber security experts warned Wednesday that the battle over a court order requiring Apple to help the FBI access encrypted data on a cellphone belonging to the couple that killed 14 people in San Bernardino will have far-reaching consequences for the tech industry.
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook said his company will resist a federal judge's order to access encrypted data hidden on a cellphone that belonged to the terrorist couple who killed 14 people in San Bernardino last year.
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook's stand against having his firm help unlock encrypted data on the San Bernardino shooters' cellphone is part of a larger battle between
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has issued a detailed statement explaining his company¿s reasons for declining to help federal investigators unlock encrypted data hidden in a phone used by one of the San Bernardino terror suspects.
After San Bernardino shooting, one doctor seeks ways to turn the 'golden hour' of treatment into minutes
Alex Jabourian wrapped up his presentation on neurological disorders with a surprise: a slide showing an image captured by a 13-week ultrasound.
FBI technicians have been unable to unlock encrypted data on a cellphone that belonged to the terrorist couple who killed 14 people in San Bernardino on Dec. 2, the FBI director said Tuesday.
The trial for Enrique Marquez Jr., the man accused of supplying two rifles used to kill 14 people in the San Bernardino terror attack, has been pushed back
San Bernardino police have been widely commended for their quick and effective response to the Dec. 2 terrorist attack. Within four hours of the mass shooting
An Islamic State propaganda magazine praised the San Bernardino terrorists as martyrs for killing 14 people and suggested that the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11 was inspired -- but not directed -- by the organization.
The FBI's top investigator in the San Bernardino terrorist attack said Friday that the husband and wife who shot and killed 14 people on Dec. 2 intended to
The widow of a victim in the Dec. 2 San Bernardino terror attack has filed four claims against San Bernardino County seeking a total of $58 million in damages.
California lawmakers on Thursday took time from budget talks to memorialize the 14 people killed when two terrorists opened fire on the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.
The man accused of providing two rifles used in the Dec. 2 mass shooting in San Bernardino pleaded not guilty to charges against him in federal court Wednesday.
The dark sport utility vehicle with tinted windows traced a haphazard path through the streets of San Bernardino.
A month after the shooting rampage that killed 14 people, the effect of the violence on San Bernardino is still profound. But on Monday, two events helped push
The Inland Regional Center complex in San Bernardino, the site of a terror attack last month that left 14 dead, reopened on Monday, just hours before a memorial
The Rose Parade got underway Friday amid tightened security and in the shadow of a terrorist attack less than a month ago that left 14 dead in San Bernardino.
The Inland Regional Center complex in San Bernardino will reopen Monday with heightened security for the first time since a mass shooting there last month killed 14 people.
Enrique Marquez Jr., the man who purchased two weapons used to kill 14 people inside a San Bernardino social services center earlier this month, was indicted
Four weeks after the San Bernardino terror attack, most of the injured have improved enough to leave the hospital. But achieving full recovery continues to be a painfully slow process.
None of the remaining victims of the San Bernardino shooting is in critical condition, Loma Linda University Medical Center officials said Tuesday.
Eight-year-old Caden Wetzel had been looking forward to Sunday's memorial concert all week, so much so he even told his mom he wanted to fast-forward past
Every year around this time, people from across the western United States gather at the Bait ul Hameed Mosque in Chino to discuss and deepen their Ahmadiyya
The true spirit of Islam will be the focus of an annual Islamic Convention in Chino on Saturday that's expected to draw at least 1,500 people, including local
Colin and Ethan Verdehyou grabbed red shopping carts and headed directly to the toys and electronics sections of the Redlands Target. Ten-year-old Ethan gasped
The FBI is constructing a detailed timeline of the still-hazy years between when Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik became self-radicalized on the Internet
Goofy, friendly guy, or aspiring terrorist: Clashing portrayals of Enrique Marquez, friend of San Bernardino shooter
To the people around him, Enrique Marquez Jr. seemed like a straightforward guy with a silly streak and a shaky laugh. He was the suggestible type -- always
Local and federal authorities are stepping up security measures at this year's Rose Parade and Rose Bowl after a terrorist attack in San Bernardino rattled the
They had only met online -- first on a matrimonial website, and then in what he called "several weeks of emailing" -- when Syed Rizwan Farook first sat down
Enrique Marquez Jr., the man accused of purchasing weapons used by the couple who carried out this month's deadly San Bernardino attack, will remain in custody
Bill Whittle scanned the crowd of more than 200 Redlands Tea Party Patriots and Unite Inland Empire members gathered for the yearly Christmas party. The tables
Pastor delivers fiery eulogy at service for San Bernardino shooting victim; two other victims mourned
Nicholas Thalasinos was an outspoken conservative who railed on social media against radical Islam, liberals and political correctness.
Family members of the shooters involved in the San Bernardino attack removed furniture and other items Saturday from the couple's Redlands home.
Immigration officials failed to sufficiently scrutinize Tashfeen Malik's petition to enter the U.S. to get married, allowing her in with an unverified assertion
Continuing grim tradition, President Obama, first lady meet families of San Bernardino shooting victims
President Obama made a solemn visit Friday night to San Bernardino to meet privately with the families of victims killed in the deadliest terrorist attack on United States soil since 9/11.
Enrique Marquez Jr., 24, was charged Thursday with conspiring with Syed Rizwan Farook in 2011 and 2012 to commit crimes of terrorism, as well as unlawfully
Enrique Marquez Jr. walked into a Riverside bar in 2014 and beamed as he made a big announcement: They were now looking at a married man.
Here is a timeline of the relationship between two key figures in the San Bernardino terrorist attack, as alleged in a federal criminal complaint:
Four years before he launched the San Bernardino massacre, Syed Rizwan Farook and his friend Enrique Marquez hatched an elaborate plot to attack Riverside
President Obama said Thursday that the U.S. has no "specific and credible" information about a terrorist threat over the holidays but he also urged Americans to
As a college student in Pakistan, she was known as a "Saudi girl," her face shrouded in a black veil in the conservative style typical of women in the Persian
The bodies of a husband and wife behind the California shootings that killed 14 people have been released by authorities and buried.
Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik did not make open posts on social media regarding radical Islamic jihad or martyrdom before the Dec. 2 terror
President Obama will travel to San Bernardino on Friday to join in mourning the 14 victims of the Dec. 2 mass shooting that he has called an act of terrorism,
Much of California's delegation stood behind Rep. Pete Aguilar on Wednesday as he asked House colleagues for a moment of silence to remember the 14 people killed and 22 wounded in the Dec. 2 attack in San Bernardino.
Enrique Marquez, who allegedly purchased the assault rifles used in the San Bernardino mass shooting, could face a variety of charges, including lying on his
Officials in San Bernardino, which has been struggling to recover from bankruptcy over the last three years, are hopeful that added costs from its response to
The massacre in San Bernardino provoked not just alarm but also anger that simmers to this day. Fourteen innocent people were killed, and many more badly hurt,
The Riverside County district attorney's office has declined to file domestic violence charges against the brother of one of the San Bernardino shooters, a
Terrorism investigators have completed for now their recovery effort at a lake where officials believe the San Bernardino shooters may have dumped electronics
San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik sent at least two private messages on Facebook to a small group of Pakistani friends in 2012 and 2014, pledging her support for Islamic jihad and saying she hoped to join the fight one day, two top federal law enforcement officials said Monday.
As he stood next to the casket Friday, and then near another Saturday, Bob Kirk studied faces in the crowd.
Perhaps it's unfair that a politician's response to crisis will forever be measured against that of New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani on Sept. 11, 2001,
Women peered at candy-colored revolvers in glass cases. Men with camouflage backpacks felt the smooth wood of old rifles. And throngs of people walked out of
Ten days into the San Bernardino massacre investigation, Enrique Marquez has emerged as a focus of both intrigue and mystery.
As terrorist attacks fueled by extreme Islamist ideology convulsed cities in the U.S. and Europe over the last 15 years, Los Angeles and its sprawling suburbs
Trying to stay focused during finals week hasn't been easy for Salma Mahmoud, who was walking across a dimly lighted section of the UC Riverside campus on a
Images of police in armored vehicles and tactical gear confronting protesters in Ferguson, Mo., led to a backlash against what critics have termed the
FBI investigators on Friday recovered several items from a San Bernardino lake as they looked for electronics and other items left by the shooters in the most
Damian Meins was "one of the good guys" -- a smart, kindhearted public servant who liked working in environmental health enough that he returned to it in San
FBI investigators on Friday were expected to continue their days-long search of a lake in San Bernardino for electronics discarded by the shooters in last