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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service is promising a thorough review of the White House security breach in which a man climbed a fence and made it inside the front door before being caught. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (CHAY'-fihtz) of Utah says the breach is unacceptable and that the Secret Service is failing to do its job. He says the agency's leadership has lots of questions to answer.
CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) — There were no immediate changes as dawn broke today in northeastern Pennsylvania where a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a state trooper is still apparently on the loose. Police say he lived in the area with his parents. Authorities haven't had anything to say about how close they might be to nabbing 31-year-old Eric Frein (freen).
WASHINGTON (AP) — The fight against Islamic State militants is the focus of President Barack Obama's weekly media message. He notes that more than 40 countries say they're willing to help and he repeats his vow not to involve U.S. troops in combat roles. For the Republicans, the topic is energy and jobs. Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner called on the president to stop blocking responsible energy development on public lands and end regulatory overreach. He says that's blocked jobs "and left too many behind."
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Tomorrow marks one year since the terrorist attack on a mall in Kenya that left 67 people dead and the country's police chief is asking people to think security and keep their eyes open. David Kimaiyo also says police have doubled patrols across the country and he's asking entertainment facilities to continuously review and update security arrangements. Al-Shabab militants from Somalia claimed responsibility for the mall attack.
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Shiite rebels and Sunni militiamen are fighting it out for a third day in Yemen's capital, Sanaa. Yemeni security officials and witnesses say four civilians have been killed. Security and health officials say mortar shells hit civilian homes and a hospital.
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