On the same day federal attorneys appealed his neighbor's sentencing for an attack on Rand Paul's Kentucky lawn, U.S. Capitol Police arrested a man accused of threatening the senator's life with an ax.
"I'm going to need more than a couple days of news coverage and some thoughts and prayers," Capital Gazette staff writer Selene San Felice said.
Newsweek remembers the victims of Thursday's attack on a newspaper.
Yiannopoulos encouraged people to believe the opposite of what the media was telling them and said if anyone was to blame, it was the publications that stirred up "fake hysteria."
Police have been notified and actions are being taken to enhance security, Tesla told Newsweek.
"I do understand that paramedics looked at him, believed him to be deceased, covered him with that sheet and moved on to another individual who was nearby who was also shot. They saw motion, movement underneath the sheet."
A man was arrested after posting in a Facebook group his intentions to commit a mass shooting at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Soumya Swaminathan said Iranian modesty laws infringed on her "right to freedom of expression, and right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion."
"We always was watching him. He was one of those kids you always kept an eye on."
Joe Scarborough said suggesting the president's "sworn political enemy" be shot was "literally out of a tyrant's playbook."
"He's beelining. He's got his head down. He's on a mission, you know. He's on a mission."
President Donald Trump was in Texas Thursday to "listen" and "learn" from families of the victims of a recent school shooting in Santa Fe.
Trump flew into Houston, Texas, for the private meeting.