· The Department of Justice is pressuring Apple to help unlock two iPhones belonging to the Saudi aviation student charged with killing three people at a Florida Navy base last month.
· Attorney.. Business Insider - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is preparing to remove more than a dozen Saudi military students from a training program and return them to their home country after an investigation into a deadly.. Seattle Times - Published
Shooting at Florida Naval Base Leaves 4 Dead, Many Injured. The incident occurred at Naval Air Station Pensacola. The suspected gunman has been reported dead after exchanging gunfire with police. U.S...
The Defense Department has completed security screenings of all Saudi Arabian students in the U.S. for military training and found no indications of any immediate threats, the Pentagon said Thursday,.. FOXNews.com - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department has completed security screenings of all Saudi Arabian students in the U.S. for military training and found no indications of any immediate threats, the.. Seattle Times - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — No new international military students will come to the United States for training until new screening procedures are in place, the Pentagon said Thursday in the wake of the deadly.. Seattle Times - Published
Four people, including the gunman, were killed and eight others were injured in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola. CBS News has learned the gunman was Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, a Saudi Arabian.. CBS News - Published
Three people were killed and eight more were hurt after a Saudi Air Force trainee opened fire at a Navy base in Pensacola. Investigators are looking into whether it was terrorism. Also, the White House.. CBS News - Published
A member of the Saudi Air Force visiting the United States for military training was the suspect in a shooting that killed four people and injured eight at a U.S. Navy base in Florida on Friday, the.. Reuters - Published
CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett spoke to residents in the Bahamas while visiting two remote islands with a group of retired Navy SEALs based in South Florida, who were on a mercy mission to.. cbs4.com - Published