The husband and wife killed after carrying out last week's San Bernardino massacre had been radicalized "for quite some time," and practicing at a target range before the attack, an official said. (NY Times)
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump Monday called for the U.S. to bar all Muslims from entering the country in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. (NY Times)
An Air France passenger plane on its way to Paris from San Francisco was diverted to Trudeau Airport in Montreal, Canada, late Monday following an "anonymous" bomb threat. It was a false alarm. (CNBC)
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) has revised the terms of its bid for Norfolk Southern (NSC), hoping to make the deal more financially attractive while reducing regulatory uncertainties for Norfolk shareholders.
Boston College said several of its students, including members of the men's basketball team, complained of stomach problems after eating at a Chipotle (CMG) in the city, raising concerns about an E. Coli outbreak. (AP)
Some say Remington's landmark legal settlement could still leave millions of defective rifles in the public's hands. | How to get a Remington rifle fixed | Defective or not, why the government can't recall guns (CNBC)
Investment giant Pimco has named former heads of two of the world's biggest central banks to its advisory board, tapping ex-Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and ex-ECB President Jean Claude-Trichet. (Reuters)