The White House counsel appeared to reject the latest entreaty from House Democrats to participate in the inquiry, calling it “baseless” as Democrats continued in their push to impeach President Trump by the end of the month.
U.S. and Saudi government officials identified the gunman, now deceased, as Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani. The FBI is trying to determine whether terrorism was a motive in the shooting, which left three victims dead and eight injured.
The system would work like speeding cameras, except that instead of license plates, it would capture what drivers are doing in their vehicles, officials said. If implemented, it could be the first such U.S. program in the country, experts say.