The FBI served search warrants at two California residences and arrested three people on charges related to an alleged "sham marriage" for immigration purposes.
A court filing by the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association and two others cited a jailhouse phone call in which an inmate called Apple's encryption a "gift from God."
Enrique Marquez was arrested on Thursday and charged with conspiring to provide material support to terrorists according to a criminal complaint, which details plans he made with one of the shooters in 2011 to attack a Community College and a freeway.
Enrique Marquez, a former neighbor of radicalized Muslim Syed Rizwan Farook, who carried out the December 2 attack with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, could be charged as early as Thursday.
FBI Director James Comey appeared to refute reports that said that Tashfeen Malik had pledged her support for violent jihad on social media and said that she hoped to join the fight one day.
Many early theories speculated that Tashfeen Malik convinced her husband Syed Rizwan Farook to carry out the attack, but the FBI director is now saying both openly discussed such an attack years before they married.
An Ontario madrasa is publicly rejecting that its organization promotes violence or extremism after Pakistani intelligence officials confirmed that one of the San Bernardino attackers studied at their Pakistani campus.
While mass shootings are horrifyingly common in America, last week's attack at San Bernardino stands out because one of the shooters was a woman. How common is this, really?
The internet has allowed like-minded people to find each other, and sometimes this has terrible, far-reaching consequences.
FBI agents conducted a “tactical entry” and executed a search warrant early Saturday morning at the home a former neighbor to gunman Syed Farook.
The militant group made the declaration in an online radio broadcast, but there’s no evidence they directed the attack or that the organization even knew who the attackers were.
Tashfeen Malik reportedly made the post from a Facebook account under a different name, US law enforcement officials said.