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White House fence-jumper makes it well beyond fence
Secret Service under intense scrutiny after man who hopped fence triggers rare evacuation at the White House

Former Defense Secretary: U.S. in Syria too late, left Iraq too soon
Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta tells "60 Minutes" why he thinks ISIS was able to flourish in Syria and then in Iraq

The makeup artist who's seen it all
Riccie Johnson, CBS makeup artist for 62 years, has powdered all the greats -- The Beatles, Sinatra, and U.S. presidents. And she's still at it.

Eye Opener: Damage control at the NFL
The NFL is in damage control after another chaotic week for embattled commissioner Roger Goodell. All that and all that matters in today's "Eye Opener." Your world in 90 seconds.

Police searching for suspect in Pa. trooper shooting in dense area
Authorities are asking people to avoid the area of northeastern Pennsylvania where the hunt for shooting suspect Eric Frein is taking place

Mom questioned over son's solo outdoor playtime
Kari Anne Roy let her six-year-old play alone on their street for ten minutes, and then CPS knocked on her door

Deal reached in Ukraine peace talks to pull artillery back
Government troops and pro-Russian militants agreed to separate themselves by several miles

Photos of the week
The most compelling images from the week's news, Sept. 13 - Sept. 19, 2014

Actress detained by L.A. police refuses to back down
Despite calls from local civil rights leaders to apologize for claiming race played a role in police holding her, actress Daniele Watts maintained she was not obligated to show identification

Questions linger over America's role in fighting ISIS
President Obama signed a bill authorizing the U.S. military to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIS. But the President also repeated his pledge not to send American grounds troops into combat. Julianna Goldman reports.

Jameis Winston's punishment changed over "vulgar" remark
Florida State announces decision in wake of criticism of quarterback's original punishment

Micro-loft living in America's oldest indoor mall
Living inside a shopping mall is no longer a teen dream thanks to these efficient micro-lofts at the Arcade Providence

Roger Goodell breaks silence on domestic abuse: "I will get it right"
NFL commissioner makes first public statements in more than a week about rash of NFL players involved in domestic violence

Brand new iPhone 6 crashes to the ground during TV interview
First guy in line at Apple Store in Perth, Australia, was showing off his purchase when it slipped

Peanut plant owner convicted in deadly salmonella outbreak
Ga. factory owner, 2 others, charged with multiple counts including obstruction over tainted food that sickened hundreds

Wisc. college frat suspended over date rape drug allegations
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee said Thursday that the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity is suspended pending police investigation into the accusations

Ig Nobel prizes awarded for weirdest scientific work
Slipping on banana peels, using pork to stop nosebleeds, and other improbable research honored with coveted, comical award

How Derek Jeter will be an off-the-field winner
Post-retirement, the Yankees great will likely rake in big bucks from endorsements, broadcast work or even a team ownership

Cops: Missing U.Va. student may have been in man's car
Police say University of Virginia student Hannah Graham may have gotten in the car of a man she was with on Charlottesville's downtown pedestrian mall last weekend

Children's respiratory illness spreads to West Coast
Enterovirus D68, severe respiratory illness that sent hundreds of children to the hospital in the Midwest, has now spread coast to coast