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Week In Review: San Bernardino, Harvard House 'Masters'26:02
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Yesterday, the San Bernardino County sheriff's office released the names of the 14 victims of Wednesday's shooting. (Mark J. Terrill/AP)
Yesterday, the San Bernardino County sheriff's office released the names of the 14 victims of Wednesday's shooting. (Mark J. Terrill/AP)
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Law enforcement officials announced Friday afternoon that they are treating the San Bernardino shooting as an act of terrorism. On Wednesday, two suspects killed 14 people and wounded 21 others. The attack in San Bernardino comes less than a week after a gunman killed three people at a Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado.

And Harvard announced that it will no longer call the heads of residential housing "masters" after students argued that the term hearkens back to slavery

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Shira Springer, investigative reporter for the sports section of The Boston Globe. She tweets @ShiraSpringer.

Richard Tisei, former Republican state senator and congressional candidate. He tweets @Richard_Tisei.

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The New York Times: San Bernardino Suspects Left Trail of Clues, But No Clear Motive

  • "The couple who the police say killed 14 people and left 21 wounded here had stockpiled thousands of rounds of ammunition and a dozen homemade pipe bombs in their home, officials said Thursday, a sign that they might have been planning further attacks."

The Boston Globe: Harvard Resolves To Ditch ‘House Master’ Title

  • "In the coming weeks, the college will work to identify and suggest a more appropriate term that 'reflects the current realities of the role,' said Khurana, who is the master of Cabot House."

This segment aired on December 4, 2015.

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