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Pensacola, Florida: City in Florida, United States
Pensacola is the westernmost city in the Florida Panhandle, and the county seat of Escambia County, Florida. As of 2019, the population was estimated to be 52,713. Pensacola is the principal city of the Pensacola Metropolitan Area, which had an estimated 494,883 residents as of 2018. Pensacola is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the Gulf Coast region, the largest between New Orleans and Tampa.

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Shaming Apple on Pensacola gunman's iPhones doesn't justify undermining Americans' privacy

Apple said it already turned over to the FBI many gigabytes of information. Demanding a 'backdoor' would hurt good guys as well as bad guys: Our view
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Pentagon plans new security protocols in wake of Pensacola attack

Following the deadly shooting at NAS Pensacola, the Pentagon says it will soon revamp protocols for security and vetting at U.S. military bases.
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Videos for Pensacola, Florida


Apple dropped plan for encrypting backups after FBI complained - sources [Video]Apple dropped plan for encrypting backups after FBI complained - sources

Apple dropped plans to let iPhone users fully encrypt backups of their devices in the company's iCloud service after the FBI complained that the move would harm investigations, six sources familiar..

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Pensacola shooting under investigation as presumed act of terror: FBI [Video]Pensacola shooting under investigation as presumed act of terror: FBI

A Saudi trainee at the US Navy Pensacola Air Station carried out a shooting early morning on Friday that the FBI is assuming to be a terrorist attack.

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FBI: Saudi Shooter Likely Acted Alone, But Motive Still A Mystery [Video]FBI: Saudi Shooter Likely Acted Alone, But Motive Still A Mystery

A Saudi Air Force lieutenant acted alone when he killed three people and wounded eight at a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida. Immediately following the shootings, he was fatally shot by a deputy..

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Saudi airman sole suspect in U.S. naval base massacre: FBI [Video]Saudi airman sole suspect in U.S. naval base massacre: FBI

Investigators believe a Saudi Air Force lieutenant acted alone when he killed three people and wounded eight at a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida, before being fatally shot by a deputy sheriff,..

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Saudi airman believed to have acted alone in U.S. Navy base rampage: FBI [Video]Saudi airman believed to have acted alone in U.S. Navy base rampage: FBI

Investigators believe a Saudi Air Force lieutenant acted alone on Friday when he killed three people and wounded eight at a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida before being fatally shot by police, the..

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Trump: 'America will always stand with the Iranian people' [Video]Trump: 'America will always stand with the Iranian people'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday accused Iran of killing "thousands" of people during recent protests.

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Saudi airman suspected in Pensacola military base shooting [Video]Saudi airman suspected in Pensacola military base shooting

Officials said a member of the Saudi Air Force was a suspect in Friday's shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola that left four people dead including the gunman and eight people injured. Colette Luke..

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Four killed including shooter at Pensacola military base [Video]Four killed including shooter at Pensacola military base

Three people were killed by a shooter on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, a major U.S. Navy base in Florida, before sheriff's deputies fatally shot the shooter, authorities said, the second..

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Trump criticizes Apple's encryption stance on Pensacola phones

President Donald Trump lashed out at Apple Inc on Tuesday, castigating the iPhone maker for what he said was its refusal to unlock phones used by criminals while benefiting from government help on..
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DOJ says Apple hasn't helped unlock Pensacola shooter's iPhones. Apple says it only asked a week ago.

Attorney General William Barr said Apple hasn't helped unlock iPhones belonging to the Saudi pilot who opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola.
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Apple rejects claims it did not provide assistance in Pensacola shooting probe

Apple Inc on Monday said it rejects "the characterization that Apple has not provided substantive assistance" in the investigation into a shooting in Pensacola, Florida, last month.
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12 Saudis reportedly to be expelled from US after Pensacola shooting rampage

12 Saudi military personnel training in the U.S. will be expelled following a shooting rampage in Florida, multiple media outlets are reporting.
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FBI asks Apple to help gain access to iPhones owned by Pensacola gunman

The FBI wants Apple's help unlocking iPhones owned by a gunman who killed three people at NAS Pensacola.
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Pensacola hotel shooting to be reviewed as possible stand-your-ground case

A man had been disturbing hotel guests and refused to leave a Quality Inn in Pensacola, Florida, before starting a fight with a clerk who shot him.
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Military Police Can Now Carry Personal Firearms on Marine Corps Bases

The Marine Corps said it expedited the policy change after recent fatal shootings at Navy installations in Pensacola, Fla., and at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
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After Pensacola shooting, Pentagon screening of Saudi military trainees finds no imminent threat

The Pentagon plans to announce new steps to vet foreign military students after a Saudi officer attacked people at Naval Air Station Pensacola.
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Foreign Military Programs Had Years of Troubles Before Pensacola

The U.S. is training thousands of foreign service members. But some of them have gone missing. Others went on to commit human rights abuses at home.
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Deputy is the third from Florida department to be shot in recent days

The Escambia deputy is expected to make a full recovery. He's the third deputy, and fourth law enforcement officer, shot in Pensacola in the last week
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US, Saudi officials reexamine background of all Saudi military trainees in wake of shooting

In the wake of the fatal Pensacola shooting, U.S. and Saudi officials are doing a new round of vetting on hundreds of Saudi military students
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Saudi Family of Pensacola Gunman: ‘Even We Don’t Know the Truth’ of Motive

The father and brother of Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, who shot and killed three sailors in Pensacola, said in interviews in Saudi Arabia it was “a mystery” why he opened fire in a classroom.
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'A real security problem': Pensacola shooting exposes exception in US gun policy that leaves Americans vulnerable

A weak spot in a federal law regulating which foreign nationals can possess guns in the U.S. is leaving Americans vulnerable to violence.
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Police officer wounded in Pensacola shooting helped others escape scene

Charles Hogue is an NAS Pensacola police officer who was the first on scene at the Dec. 6 shooting that left three people dead and 8 people wounded.
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Pensacola cyberattacked; no link to shooting found

The FBI said Monday it found no signs of any link between a cyberattack on Pensacola, Florida's computer systems and last week's attack at the naval air station there in which a Saudi flight student..
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US Navy unites Pensacola's past, present. After attack on Naval Air Station, we all bleed.

The smallest moments of daily life in Pensacola show how the Navy is a thread that connects even perfect strangers in this place we call home.
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Why is the Pensacola shooting being investigated as a terror attack? Here's what we know now

Authorities on Monday were still investigating the shooting at a Pensacola naval base that left three people dead as a possible act of terrorism.
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End 'loophole': Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for gun restrictions after deadly Pensacola rampage

The FBI said the shooter had legally purchased, in Florida, the 9 mm handgun that he used for Friday's rampage at Pensacola Naval Air Station.
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FL Gov. wants more vetting for foreign trainees

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis called for heightened vetting of foreign nationals bound for training on US bases. The FBI confirms it is operating on the assumption that Friday's attack in Pensacola by a..
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Pressure mounts on FBI for answers on Florida naval base shooting

U.S. investigators face mounting pressure on Monday to deliver answers on the motive that led a Saudi Air Force lieutenant to shoot and kill three people and wounded eight others at a U.S. Navy base in..
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AP Top Stories December 9 A

Here's the latest for Monday December 9th: Deadly volcanic eruption in New Zealand; House Intel. Committee's impeachment findings go to Judiciary Committee; Pensacola attack investigated as act of..
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Pensacola gunman legally purchased Glock 45 used in shooting, FBI says. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis blames 'federal loophole'

The Saudi national who shot and killed three people at NAS Pensacola bought the Glock 45 9mm used in the attack legally, according to the FBI.
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FBI thinks Saudi shooter acted alone, Florida governor decries 'deep-seated' hatred

Investigators believe a Saudi Air Force lieutenant acted alone when he killed three people and wounded eight at a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida, before being fatally shot by a deputy sheriff,..
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Saudi is lone suspect in Florida naval base rampage; fellow Saudis cooperating

Investigators believe a Saudi Air Force lieutenant acted alone when he killed three people and wounded eight at a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida, before being fatally shot by a deputy sheriff,..
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Saudi shooter believed to have acted alone in U.S. Navy base rampage: FBI

Investigators believe a Saudi Air Force lieutenant acted alone on Friday when he killed three people and wounded eight at a U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida before being fatally shot by police, the..
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Florida Shooting Updates: 3 Sailors Who Were Killed Are Identified

Sailors from Alabama, Florida and Georgia were killed in the attack at a naval air station in Pensacola, and eight others were injured.
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Pensacola suspect showed mass shooting videos at dinner party; Saudi student took video at scene

The Saudi national accused in a deadly shooting rampage in Pensacola had hosted a dinner party at which guests viewed videos of mass shootings.
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Pensacola shooting by Saudi national raises new questions about US-Saudi alliance

The murders in Florida come at an already tense time. The kingdom's role in the 2018 slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi remains a festering wound.
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'Today Pensacola hurts': City grieves and unites at prayer vigil

The vigil ended with a display of unity as more than a dozen military members and veterans locked arms and moved toward the front of the church.
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'It hits so hard': Navy base community shaken, stunned over Pensacola shooting

Residents around NAS Pensacola are accustomed to hearing the national anthem on the base PA system at 8 a.m. every day. But Friday, it was silent.
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On Military Bases, the Dangers Increasingly Come From the Inside

Shootings in Pensacola and Pearl Harbor reflect the rising tide of gun violence at military bases.
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Pensacola shooter was Saudi aviation student

An aviation student from Saudi Arabia opened fire in a classroom at the Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning, the Florida governor said, an attack that left three dead in addition to the..
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Trump gets call from Saudi King over Fla. shooting

President Donald Trump says he has spoken to Saudi Arabia's King over the shooting at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. He said that Saudi King Salman told him "the Saudi people are greatly angered..
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Factbox: Major mass shootings in the United States

A shooting in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday that left at least four people dead was the second mass killing on a U.S. military installation in three days and followed a spate of deadly gun violence..
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4 dead, including shooter, at Florida naval base

A shooter opened fire in a classroom building at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola on Friday morning in an attack that left four people dead, including the assailant, and multiple people wounded...
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Four killed including shooter at U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida

Three people were killed by a shooter on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, a major U.S. Navy base in Florida, before sheriff's deputies fatally shot the shooter, authorities said, the second..
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Shooter, one other person dead at U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida

Two people including a suspected shooter were killed and at least seven others were injured on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, a major U.S. Navy base in Florida, authorities said, the second..
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Shooter at U.S. Navy base in Pensacola, Florida, is 'confirmed dead'

Authorities said there had been an "active shooter" on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, a U.S. Navy base in Florida, before saying the shooter was dead a few minutes later, according to the..
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