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WASHINGTON (AP) — An FBI dive team is searching a lake about 3 miles from the place where Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife opened fire last Wednesday on his co-workers at a holiday luncheon in San Bernardino, California, killing 14 people. The couple had been seen near the lake. Meanwhile, there are questions as to why U.S. officials appear not to have picked up on extremist messages exchanged during the couple's courtship two years ago. Officials say Farook and Tashfeen Malik discussed martyrdom and jihad online as early as 2013.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The image and name of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been stripped from much of a Dubai golf course and housing development after Trump proposed banning Muslims from traveling to the United States. Some of Trump's other branding deals in the Middle East also appear to be in jeopardy. Trump Towers Istanbul also says it's "assessing" its partnership with Trump.

LE BOURGET, France (AP) — High-stakes climate talks outside Paris will not end today as planned. They'll continue at least one more day as diplomats try to overcome disagreements over how — or even whether — to share the costs of fighting climate change and shifting to clean energy on a global scale. Negotiators from more than 190 countries are trying to reach a deal for all countries to reduce man-made carbon emissions and cooperate to adapt to rising seas and increasingly extreme weather caused by humans.

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Former Taliban captive Bowe Bergdahl says he left his base in Afghanistan several years ago because he wanted to exposed "leadership failure" in Afghanistan. The U.S. solider has not spoken publicly about his five years being held by the Taliban, or the prisoner swap that gained his release. But Bergdahl has spoken on tape with screenwriter Mark Boal, who made those tapes available to Sarah Koenig for her popular podcast, "Serial."

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — All four people on a medical helicopter were killed when it crashed last night in heavy rain and fog in Central California. The pilot, a nurse, a paramedic and a patient were on the chopper. It was flying from Porterville Municipal Airport to San Joaquin Community Hospital in Bakersfield.

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