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Fence-jumper report reveals major Secret Service flubs
A scathing review released on Thursday reveals the dozen Secret Service flubs that were made in September when a man jumped the White House fence and ran all the way into the East Room.
The report says that an officer stationed on the North Lawn with an attack dog didn't respond when Omar Gonzalez breached the White House fence because he was on a personal call without his earpiece in. When Gonzalez ran into the bushes, officers stopped following him because they believed the bushes we too think to pass through.
Turns out they were wrong and Gonzalez made it through the White House's unlocked front door, where emergency communication systems had been muted. The New York Times released a detailed report of the misaps.
The incident led to the resignation of Secret Service director Julia Pierson. The latest report is under review by the new director so he can "immediately begin to take any additional security measures that the findings warranted in order to better ensure the White House complex is secure," according to a statement from the Department of Homeland Security.
Social media reunites twins separated at birth
Imagine watching a YouTube video starring a person who looks exactly like you, only to find out that person is your separated-at-birth identical twin.
It sounds like the plot for a modern day 'Parent Trap' but it actually happened to two 26-year-olds.
Anais Bordier and Samantha Futerman were born on the same day to the same mother in South Korea, but immediately separated and raised on two separate continents. Bordier, who was raised in Paris, saw a YouTube video of Futerman in December 2012.
"I'm automatically thinking, 'Oh, who posted a video of me on YouTube?'" she told CNN. Upon realizing another human looked exactly like her, Bordier connected the dots through some social media stalking and eventually reached out to Futerman, who lived in New Jersey.
"Instantly I guess we bonded after one minute," Bordier said of their first Skype meeting. The identical twins have since met in person and DNA tests have confirmed their relationship. Neither set of parents knew the girls had a twin but are delighted with the news, CNN reports.