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DNC suspends Sanders campaign’s access to a key list: The Democratic National Committee has suspended the Bernie Sanders campaign’s access to the list of likely Democratic voters after it emerged at least one member of the campaign had improperly gained access Hillary Clinton’s private campaign data through a software error. The Washington Post first reported the story. The Sanders campaign told The New York Times it had fired a staff member in connection with the breach. Update: More here

Mother Teresa’s path to sainthood cleared: Pope Francis has authorized the Congregation for the Causes of Saints to recognize a second miracle attributed to Mother Teresa. This one concerns the healing of a Brazilian man with multiple brain tumors through her posthumous intercession. Avvenire, the newspaper of the Italian bishops’ conference, reported a ceremony to canonize her will likely take place on September 4, 2016. Update: More here

Obama to meet with San Bernardino families: The president will meet privately with the families of the victims of the December 2 attack that killed 14 people and wounded 22 others. The scheduled meeting comes a day after federal prosecutors charged Enrique Marquez, 24, who prosecutors say purchased the assault weapons used in the attack.