Life in San Bernardino, one year after the terrorist attack

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A year ago today, terrorists walked into an office building in San Bernardino and killed 14 people. We look at the last year in San Bernardino, which is now one of the most violent cities in the nation.

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The election here was just one of many across the western world that has ridden a wave of right wing populism. This weekend, there are two crucial votes in Italy and Austria.

Howard Schultz announced he’ll step down as Starbucks’ CEO. There are more than 12,000 locations in the U.S. alone, and a robust coffee culture that many credit to the rise of Starbucks.

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Banner image: REUTERS/Mike Blake; A memorial stands outside the Inland Regional Center (IRC) where 14 people were massacred in San Bernardino, California, January 4, 2016.