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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Federal authorities are tracking the movement of the two assault-style weapons used in last week's mass killing in San Bernardino, California. Three guns bought by Syed Farook have been recovered. The rifles were bought by an old friend, Enrique Marquez. Marquez hasn't been charged with a crime, and it's unclear if he did anything illegal.

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) —Donald Trump is getting scathing criticism of his call for blocking Muslims from entering the U.S. Trump says he favors a "total and complete shutdown." Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says Trump has come "unhinged." And John Kasich called the proposal "outrageous divisiveness." White House spokesman Josh Earnest says Trump is trying to tap into "a darker element" of American society.

CHICAGO (AP) — The attorney for the family of a black man fatally shot in the back by Chicago police says an investigation into the shooting was a "joke" and an affront to the man's family and Cook County citizens. Police say Ronald Johnson pointed a gun at officers. But Johnson's family says he wasn't armed and claim that a gun was planted. Meanwhile, the Justice Department says it will launch a wide-ranging investigation into the patterns and practices of the Chicago Police Department.

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A former child actor who was the voice of Charlie Brown in beloved "Peanuts" TV specials is headed to prison, despite an effort to withdraw his guilty plea to charges of making criminal threats. Peter Robbins was sentenced in San Diego to four years and eight months in prison. From age 9 to 13, Robbins was the voice of Charlie Brown in a series of 1960s animated classics, including "A Charlie Brown Christmas."

CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James has signed a lifetime contract with Nike that extends into his retirement. James has a shoe and clothing line with Nike. Financial terms were not disclosed. Nike signed Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant to a 10-year, $300 million contract last summer.

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