Ransomware attacks have been gaining currency among hackers in recent years as a preferred method of extortion.
Earlier this week, Antonio Basco invited the public to the funeral of his wife, Marjorie Reckard, killed in the El Paso shooting. Hundreds turned out.
"Every time you turn the wheel, or you turn the key on a car, you are strapping on a deadly weapon," Sean Teare, from the Harris County District Attorney's Office, said.
According to the arrest report, Ashley Laura Castaneda and an accomplice gave "conflicting and unrealistic" accounts as to how they purchased the items.
The teenager made two threats on Snapchat, each followed with a smiley face and bomb emoji; he could face 10 years in prison.
The teen could be heard laughing throughout the streaming video. When she reopened the dryer door, the small dog can be seen flopping over backwards and sideways.
One week after a massacre in El Paso gripped the nation, another Texas Walmart faced a terror threat before police made an arrest.
""Let's finish what Trump started and capitalize on the yearning for an American Nationalist party and put these Bolsheviks in their place," Tarrant County Tea Party Member Fredrick Hambright wrote in a blog post.
"I do want to speak to the president honestly," the infant's uncle, Tito, said. "I just want to have a human to human talk with him and see how he feels."
Thomas Bartram says he is not a white supremacist and was not waving a gun or knife around as he stopped outside a migrant center in El Paso, Texas.
A hospital official told CNN that Trump showed "an absence of empathy" during his visit to El Paso.
"A lot of people in my community feel as though he is a part of the problem," said Andrew Torres, who lost his cousin and her husband in the mass shooting.
"All forms of hate have to really – they have to be reigned in," the Trump official said.
Police lobby groups are pushing back against criticism, one going as far as accusing state and national media of "fanning the flames of discord."
"If he dislikes me enough that he wants to put my name out there against Trump, I'm not going to give money to him," Wayne Harwell said.
Blaming "intense political polarization," Howard Kurtz pointed out that the trip had been "deemed controversial."
"You and the shooter in El Paso used the same language. Do you regret that?" a reporter asked the president.
The president's campaign has posted more than 2,000 ads using the word "invasion" to describe the arrival of migrants and asylum seekers at the southern border since January.
Misti Jamrowski, who lost her daughter and son-in-law during the El Paso shooting, says her family "honestly forgive" alleged shooter Patrick Crusius.
Texas Rep. Veronica Escobar said El Paso shooting victims grabbed her during a hospital visit and gave her a message for President Donald Trump ahead of his visit.
Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro, who represents San Antonio, posted the names of 44 prominent business owners and individuals who donated the maximum amount to Trump.
"Racism is a sin. God is offended by this," Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller wrote in a series of tweets condemning President Trump.
Susan Del Percio slammed the president for showing "absolutely no heart whatsoever" in his address following two weekend mass shootings.
"[Officers] led him through the streets…on mounted horses. All as though they were slave masters, and he was their slave," tweeted New York City Public Defender Rebecca J. Kavanagh in reaction.
Biden referred to "the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before" during a fundraising event.
"Hatred can be concealed by our acceptance of #WhiteNationalism and malice will be revealed in our cashing of NRA checks and failure to act," one Twitter user wrote.
Manuel Oliver hopes the Texas town can learn from his experience.
"Are you a white supremacist?" Joe Scarborough asked. "Does your company support white supremacy?
"The ultimate amplifier on this kind of hate is the bully pulpit of the White House," the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate said.
"It does not just offend our sensibilities, it fundamentally changes the character of this country and it leads to violence," the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful said.