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MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley take the stage in New Hampshire tonight for the final Democratic presidential debate of the year. Policy issues could be overshadowed by the hostilities that erupted yesterday between Clinton and Sanders over accusations that Sanders aides stole valuable voter information about the Clinton campaign from the party database.
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Relatives of the San Bernardino shooters are removing items from the couple's home. The Press-Enterprise reports that Syed Farook's relatives arrived at his townhome in a U-Haul truck this morning. An attorney told the newspaper that the family wouldn't be answering any questions. Investigators say they found an arsenal of ammunition and homemade bombs inside the home after the attack that killed 14 people.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — A man accused of killing a man who had appeared on an Alaska wilderness reality TV show has been released on bail. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that Major Workman was released yesterday after posting $60,000 bail. He faces a count of first-degree murder in the May shooting death of Jimmy Gojdics, an outdoorsman who appeared on National Geographic's "Ultimate Survival Alaska."
DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Delaware police officer seen on video kicking a suspect in the head and breaking his jaw will return to the force on paid administrative leave after being acquitted of assault. Dover's police chief says Thomas Webster will return to the police department tomorrow on paid administrative leave. Department policy requires that any officer involved in the use of force resulting in injury or death must undergo a psychological evaluation before returning to full duty.
MEDINA, Ohio (AP) — A toothless, 41-year-old bear in the middle of a permit dispute between his owners and the state of Ohio has been euthanized after finishing a last meal that included a cream-filled doughnut. His owners say the black bear named Archie had been in failing health for months and wasn't expected to live through hibernation. They had fought to keep Archie despite failing to get a permit when Ohio tightened rules for keeping dangerous animals. They argued that the bear was old and unlikely to escape.
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