Obama to urge Americans 'to not give in to fear'

US President Barack Obama renewed his call for lawmakers to change gun laws after the San Bernardino shootingPresident Barack Obama will make a rare primetime address Sunday laying out plans to keep Americans safe and defeat the Islamic State group, days after 14 people were shot dead in California. Obama’s top law enforcement officer, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch, said the president hoped to reassure the US public, spooked by a seemingly new type of terror attack on the home front. IS has praised the San Bernardino shooters, Syed Farook and his Pakistani wife Tashfeen Malik, as “soldiers” of its self-proclaimed caliphate, while stopping short of claiming outright credit for the attack.

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