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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — President Barack Obama is meeting in San Bernardino, California, with the families of the 14 people who were killed in a terror attack at a social service center. The meeting is private and being held at a high school near the airport where Air Force One landed after a flight from Washington. The White House says the families' loss is even more acute because of the holiday season.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Clinton and Sanders campaigns are trading accusations and could wind up before a federal judge. The Clinton campaign charges that someone on the Vermont senator's staff stole voter profile data worth millions. A Sanders staffer was fired Friday but the campaign blames a breach in the firewall of a database that contains data from both campaigns. The Sanders camp says it can't access its own data and is being held hostage by pro-Clinton forces.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution endorsing a peace process for Syria -- including a cease-fire, and talks between the government and the opposition. But the resolution makes no mention of the most contentious issue -- the future role of Syrian President Bashar Assad. The blueprint also bars what it calls "terrorist groups" operating in Syria from taking part in the peace process -- including the Islamic State.

JALALABAD, Afghanistan (AP) — Defense Secretary Ash Carter has reassured his Afghan counterpart that the U.S. is committed to supporting Afghan security forces and building their capabilities for years to come. Carter's visit comes as his top commander there, Gen. John Campbell, voiced concerns that foreign fighters from Syria and Iraq are joining with Afghans who have declared loyalty to the Islamic State group near the Pakistan border.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge in San Francisco has ruled that recordings secretly made by an anti-abortion group at meetings of abortion providers do not show criminal activity and could put the providers at risk. Judge William Orrick cited the recent shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic. The National Abortion Federation wants the records released.

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