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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says it's clear the two killers in the California shootings had gone down the "dark path of radicalization." Obama says they had stockpiled weapons and ammunition. But he says there's no evidence the killers were directed by a terrorist organization overseas. He says there's also no evidence they were part of a broader network in the U.S.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the U.S. can and must make it harder for would-be mass shooters to kill by making it harder for them to obtain guns. In his address to the nation tonight, Obama called for Congress to prohibit people suspected of terrorism or on the no-fly list from buying guns. He said it's a matter of national security to prevent those people from getting guns.

PARIS (AP) — U2's latest performance isn't just about music — it has a mournful tinge, too. At a concert in Paris on Sunday night, frontman Bono paid respects to the 130 people killed in Paris and 14 people killed in a mass shooting in California. He said "We stand together with the families of those killed in Paris. We stand together with the families of those killed in San Bernardino."

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A U.S. shipment of much-needed supplies is rocketing toward the International Space Station for the first time in months. The unmanned Atlas V (five) rocket blasted off today. The cargo carrier is full of food, clothes, toiletries, spacewalking gear, science experiments and Christmas presents. The Orbital ATK cargo ship should at the space station Wednesday.

HONOLULU (AP) — The National Park Service and the U.S. Navy are planning to hold a joint memorial service Monday to mark the 74th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. KTVI TV reports that the joint service is a rehearsal for what is expected to be a much bigger memorial service next year to mark the 75th anniversary of the attack by Japan that killed over 2,400 Americans.

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