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Omar Gonzalez jumped the fence at the White House

Security breach at the White House

The Secret Service may start screening tourists in public areas around the White House after a pair of incidents over the weekend.

In one case, an Iraq war veteran made it over the fence in front of the building and wasn't apprehended until he was through the door.

A San Francisco restaurant owner posted a sign warning that picky customers are not welcome.

Chef to picky eaters: We don't give a #%&!

A chef in San Francisco got so fed up with picky customers that he temporarily closed his restaurant and posted a sign explaining why!

Signs at “So” say: "We are closed because of you customers" and "Yes, we use MSG. We don't believe in organic food and don’t give a s___ about gluten free."

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (C) walks down 6th Avenue during the the People's Climate March on September 21, 2014. Activists mobilized in cities across the globe Sunday for marches against climate change, with one of the biggest planned for New York, where celebrities, political leaders and tens of thousands of people were expected. The march comes before the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convenes a climate change summit of 120 world leaders.

Marchers want climate change action

"Cut your emissions or you'll sleep with the fishes."

That was on one of the signs in yesterday's climate change march in the streets of New York.

This artist's concept shows the MAVEN spacecraft with the planet Mars in the background.

NASA spacecraft arrives at Mars

The NASA spacecraft MAVEN has arrived at Mars, and despite already traveling more than 400 million miles, this is just the beginning.

MAVEN (which stands for Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution) there to study the upper atmosphere of the red planet from orbit.

Aerial photo of flooding throughout Eddy County, New Mexico

Daily speed feed: Monday, September 22, 2014

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Why this Apple fan can't have nice things

Why this Apple fan can't have nice things

An Australian man opened his new iPhone 6 on live TV...and accidentally dropped it!

Did it survive? Take a look.

Neil Patrick Harris served as a judge in LG's 'Art of the Pixel' event

What is art? Let Neil Patrick Harris be the judge

Tony and Emmy Award winner Neil Patrick Harris is about to release an autobiography.

But that's not the only thing that's kept him busy since his hit show "How I Met Your Mother” ended.

File photo: Colin Quinn headlines the Woodstock Comedy and Music Festival 9/19-21. A benefit supporting groups trying to put an end to human traffiking and domestic violence.

Comedy for a cause with Colin Quinn

You may know comedian Colin Quinn from his days behind the 'Weekend Update' desk on Saturday Night Live.

But did you know you he does stand-up for a good cause? 

Gidget the dog made it from Pennsylvania to Oregon

The mystery of Gidget: Cross-country canine

How did a dog from Philly end up nearly 3000 miles away from home in Tualatin, Oregon? No one knows for sure. But she did! And now the search is on to find her a way home!

HLN affiliate KPTV has more.

Alex Hennessy was robbed at gunpoint while biking around the world

Armed mugging caught on helmet cam

Two guys biking around the world were mugged at gunpoint, and the entire incident was filmed on a "Go-Pro" helmet cam.

CNN’s Jeanne Moos talked to the men behind the scary video that’s gone viral.

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