Man climbs over White House fence

The Secret Service arrested a man Sunday after he climbed over a fence at the White House. Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary said the man climbed over the fence around 4 p.m., briefly sending the White House into lockdown. The man was immediately apprehended and charges were pending. Obama returned to Washington on Saturday after a weeklong trip abroad.


Earthquake felt near geyser basin

The U.S. Geological Survey said a 4.8-magnitude earthquake shook northern Yellowstone National Park on Sunday, the strongest temblor there since 1980. The quake occurred at 6:34 a.m. about 4 miles north-northeast of the Norris Geyser Basin. There were no reports of damage.


Pickets, cyberattack target police

Hundreds of protesters marched past riot police in downtown Albuquerque on Sunday, days after a YouTube video emerged threatening retaliation for a recent deadly police shooting. The video, which bore the logo of the computer hacking collective Anonymous, warned of a cyberattack on city websites and called for the protest march. Albuquerque police said their site had been breached early Sunday afternoon and remained down hours later.


Riot erupts after basketball defeat

Repeating a scene from 13 years ago, several hundred Arizona fans and Tucson police clashed in the streets following the University of Arizona basketball teamís loss to Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament. Authorities said 15 people were arrested Saturday after fans hurled beer bottles and firecrackers at officers. No officers or fans were injured in the unrest that lasted more than an hour.

Compiled from wire reports.