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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Investigators are looking into whether Tashfeen Malik radicalized her American-born husband and was the driving force in the San Bernardino attack. The Pakistani-born woman had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group in a Facebook post. One official says there appears to be nothing in her husband history that would implicate him as the driver of the attack.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton says "the black flag" of the Islamic State group could be flying over the Palestinian territories if the Palestinian Authority and President Mahmoud Abbas fail to keep order. The Democratic presidential hopeful told a conference at the Brookings Institution in Washington that a Palestinian leadership vacuum could provide an opening for IS to make inroads.

CHICAGO (AP) — The Justice Department is expected to announce this week a civil rights investigation of the Chicago Police Department. That's according to a person familiar with the decision. The police force is under intense scrutiny since the recent release of a video showing white police officer Jason Van Dyke shooting black teenager Laquan McDonald 16 times.

NEENAH, Wis. (AP) — An attorney says the man killed during a standoff at a motorcycle shop in Wisconsin yesterday was a hostage who died while fleeing the gunman. Police say officers fired at a man who didn't drop a weapon after leaving the building, but that he also may have been shot at from inside the building. A man was taken into custody after hours of negotiations.

ATLANTA (AP) — Jimmy Carter says that his most recent brain scan showed no signs of cancer. The former president says he will continue to receive doses of Keytruda, a recently approved auto-immune drug to help his body seek out cancer cells in his body. Carter, 91, announced in August that he had been diagnosed with melanoma that spread to his brain.

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