WH vulnerable to group fence jump . . . Washington Post
A classified mock attack two decades ago found an easy way to pierce the White House security zone: Overwhelm Secret Service officers on the compound with six to eight attackers climbing over the fence at the same time. That vulnerability remains
WH intruder not the first . . . National Journal
Tourists, “cranks,” and other eccentrics in the past made it unscathed into the executive mansion.
Meet the White House guard dog . . . Washington Post
It is driven to hunt and capture prey. It looks like a leaner, more agile German Shepherd. It has a 270-degree field of vision and the force of its bite equals 1,400 pounds per square inch. It can run 30 miles per hour.
WH: ISIS Americans have returned . . . Breitbart
Intelligence estimates puts the number of American citizens with valid passports fighting with ISIS at over a 100. Some are already back inside America.
Strikes target al Qaeda too . . . Washington Post
In addition to a broader campaign of airstrikes against Islamic State targets across Syria, the United States also pounded a little known, but well-resourced al-Qaeda cell that some American officials fear could pose a direct threat to the United States.
McCain: Obama worst president I’ve seen . . . The Blaze
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) blamed President Obama for creating the conditions that allowed the Islamic State to flourish in the Middle East, and declared that in his long life, he’s never seen a worse administration.
Obamacare enrollees dropping . . . Fox News
Obama’s claim last spring that 8 million people had enrolled in ObamaCare recently got a significant downgrade – to 7.3 million – from the head of the agency overseeing the plan.
Biden: Big immigration moves coming . . . Washington Times
Obama is preparing to do “an awful lot” on immigration when he issues an executive order later this year, Vice President Joseph R. Biden told supporters Monday night.
Treasury moves against inversions . . . Reuters
The Obama administration took several actions on Monday to curb “inversion” deals that allow companies to escape high U.S. taxes by reincorporating abroad.
Republicans fume over Lerner remarks . . . Politico
House Republicans are steaming that ex-IRS official Lois Lerner decided to talk to Politico for a profile on her life after twice taking the Fifth before Congress.
Obama: Programs must consider warming . . . Examiner
Federal agencies will need to factor how the effects of climate change would affect international development programs and investments under a new executive order Obama will issue Tuesday.