White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro rebuffed criticism over President Donald Trump asking to slow coronavirus testing down.
A 35-year-old Russian woman and a 4-year-old boy were allegedly killed.
Right-wing provocateur Ann Coulter took President Trump's call for more "armed guards" one step further, suggesting "armed citizens" could have prevented the Thousand Oaks shooting.
"If true, there will be serious consequences," said Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
The populist politician said 20 unarmed men and women "are going to take care of me."
A warning noted that the victims suffered ear complaints, hearing loss and dizziness.
The controversial former sheriff's remarks comes after President Donald Trump's crude remarks on African nations last week.
"I urge everyone to be hospitable, kind, not to beat anyone, if you know the English language, help the tourists," said Alexander Yaroshuk, head of Kaliningrad.
The notion the UK would be allowed to cherry-pick from the EU's rules was always pie in the sky.
Europe-Turkey relations have soured following the president's crackdown on opponents and spats over referendum rallies.
Malaysian police investigating the murder of Kim Jong Nam questioned up to three men hiding in the North Korean embassy.
Twelve people have been treated for exposure to chemical agents since March 1.
Washington refuses to grant visa-free access to people from four east European states and Cyprus.
The dangers of surveillance might seem hypothetical—but history shows us we have a lot to fear.
The Italian government will give teenagers €500 to appreciate the country's culture.
The Federal Election Commission has fined three "dark money" groups linked to the Kochs for failing to reveal the source of their funds.
"Dark money" groups have been using the NAACP v. Alabama case in arguments designed to keep their donors hidden from view.
Maine residents might soon have the chance to decide whether background checks should be applied to all gun sales in their state.