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Man Accused of Exposing Himself in Front White House

U.S. News

Police said in a report that the incident occurred about 1:30 a.m. The report says a uniformed Secret Service officer saw four people getting their picture taken. It says "one individual ... turned his back to the cameraman" and was facing the south toward the White House. The suspect lowered his pants and undergarment.


Effort to keep White alive

FOX News

But one man is playing his hand at God. Spartanburg, South Carolina native Demetrios Hrysikos has started a Gofundme page to protect Betty White, 94, from the grim reaper. On Wednesday, he created the page with a goal to raise $10,000 dollars to defy the Fates, and will give the charitable donations to Spartanburg Little Theater. The original post said, "Help 2016 catch these hands if it goes anywhere near Betty White! If she's okay with it I will fly to where ever Betty White is and keep her safe till Jan 1, 2017. Now, assuming she doesn't want a strange Greek standing guard outside her door all monies will be donated to the Spartanburg little theater to help craft new stars of stage and screen to carry mantle of the legends that have left is this year."



White storks are released in Britain in the hope they will breed after more than 600 years

Daily Mail - Science & tech

White storks have been released in the wild in the hope they will breed in Britain for the first time in centuries. The birds were hunted to extinction in medieval times, but now 24 juveniles are flourishing after being released at the Knepp'rewilding' project in West Sussex on August 12. Eight have GPS tags and one has travelled as far as the Hayle Estuary in Cornwall, pictured. They are part of the White Stork Project where the first of 50 breeding pairs are to be released by 2030. The birds, part of the White Stork Project, are the first of 50 breeding pairs set to be released by 2030.


Contract Worker at White House Arrested on Warrant

U.S. News

A Secret Service statement says a member of its uniformed division ran the man's name through a criminal database when he arrived at the White House. The Secret Service didn't provide the man's precise job or where he worked at the White House.