RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A friend of one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters is going to remain behind bars, for now. Enrique Marquez appeared in court today on terrorism-related charges. And a magistrate judge found that he's a continuing danger to the community. He's accused of plotting attacks a few years ago that were never carried out -- and also of buying the rifles used in the deadly shootings earlier this month.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Now that he's out of the GOP presidential race, Sen. Lindsey Graham's endorsement will likely be sought by those still in the race ahead of the primary in his home state of South Carolina -- which follows New Hampshire's by less than two weeks in February. But Graham has given no indication of who he would support. In an interview with CNN, Graham warned that the election is "for the heart and soul of the Republican Party." He also warned that Donald Trump can't defeat a Democrat like Hillary Clinton "without some major adjustments."
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump may again be getting some debate questions from Megyn Kelly. Fox News Channel says it's going to host the seventh Republican presidential debate, which will take place next month in Iowa ahead of the state's caucuses. And the same team of moderators will be back -- including Kelly, who drew some harsh criticism from Trump after he objected to her line of questioning at the first debate in August.
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks have finished the day with some moderate gains, recovering a small portion of the big losses recorded late last week. Energy stocks continued to fall as the price of oil fell another one percent, nearing levels not seen since the financial crisis. The Dow rose 122 points. The S&P gained 15 and the Nasdaq finished 46 points higher.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Just a few days ago, he was running two pharmaceutical companies. Now, Martin Shkreli (SHKREL'-ee) is out of a job. Turing Pharmaceuticals, which he founded, had already announced his resignation last week after Shkreli was arrested on securities fraud charges. And now a second company says he's been terminated as CEO. He'd been dubbed the "most hated man in America" after he jacked up the price of a life-saving drug from $13 to $750 per pill.
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