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Attorney General Loretta Lynch wouldn't give many details Sunday about the terrorism investigation into the two San Bernadino shooters, but stressed that her agency is seeking to find out whether they acted independently or in conjunction with an organized group.

Lynch told NBC's "Meet the Press" that the Department of Justice still doesn't have any evidence that the husband and wife who killed 14 people at a holiday party Wednesday were "part of a large group or cell" or that they had been planning any other attacks.

But she cautioned Americans against drawing any conclusions yet about why they carried out the horrific deed. "That's what we have at this time," she said.

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