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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service says a person who jumped the fence made it through North Portico doors of the White House. Video from the scene showed a man making it across the North Lawn. Staffers and Associated Press reporters were evacuated by officers, some of them with guns drawn. The suspect was detained just after got inside. The incident happened after President Barack Obama had departed.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The congressional measure authorizing the military to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels fighting Islamic State militants in the Middle East has been signed into law by President Barack Obama. The legislation also provides funding for the government after the end of the budget year on Sept. 30, eliminating any threat of a shutdown in the run-up to November elections.

WASHINGTON (AP) — A campaign unveiled today by President Barack Obama is aimed at fighting sexual assaults on campus -- partly by encouraging men to take a stand. The campaign is called "It's On Us," and it urges everyone to see preventing sexual assault as their personal responsibility, and to intervene when they suspect a woman can't or won't consent. Among those appearing in a public service announcement will be Jon Hamm of "Mad Men" and Kerry Washington of "Scandal."

NEW YORK (AP) — He admits he and players have made recent mistakes, but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't plan to step down as some have suggested. Goodell was short on specifics but says the league intends to implement new personal conduct policies by the Super Bowl. It was his first public statements in more than a week about the rash of NFL players involved in domestic violence.

BALTIMORE (AP) — Thousands of fans have traded in their Ray Rice jerseys for those of other Baltimore Ravens at the team's stadium store. The team set up the two-day program after releasing Rice last week. He has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL for domestic violence. An estimated 5,000 fans are expected to show up before the event ends Saturday.

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