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Britain's prime minister defiantly declared Thursday that "we are not afraid" even as the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for an attack by a man who plowed an SUV into pedestrians on a London bridge and then stabbed a police officer to death at Britain's Parliament. In a sweeping speech before the House of Commons, British Prime Minister Theresa May said the man who killed three people Wednesday before being shot to death by police was born in Britain and once came under investigation for links to religious extremism. British officials named the attacker as Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old with criminal convictions who was living in the West Midlands, which includes the central city of Birmingham.
A suspect was detained in San Francisco on Thursday after four people were found dead in a Sacramento house, police said.
Police activity was reported in Martinez on Thursday morning.
Thwarting another possible controversy, San Francisco supervisors on Thursday will discuss funding a pilot program that would equip jail deputies with body cameras. The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department has proposed equipping 30 deputies with body cameras and then expanding to all 850.
Prospects for the Republicans' showcase health care bill looked grimmer by the minute Thursday as President Donald Trump failed to get a deal with a bloc of balky conservatives, leaving the legislation short of votes in the House. GOP leaders were meeting behind closed doors to determine next steps, but with moderate-leaning Republican lawmakers also bailing on the legislation, it looked increasingly unlikely the vote planned for later Thursday would happen. The bill could still come to a vote in coming days, but canceling Thursday's vote would amount to a significant political setback for Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan in the first major legislative test of Trump's young presidency. It comes on the seven-year anniversary to the day of President Barack Obama signing the Affordable Care Act, seven years that Republicans have devoted to promising repeal.
More than 2,000 high school students packed the Orpheum Theatre on Wednesday to see a free matinee preview of "Hamilton" as part of a history education program.