The Secret Service is conducting an investigation to find out how a man with a knife was able to jump the fence at the White House and run through the building before being stopped. But some in Congress are pushing ahead with their own investigation and have called the director of the agency to Capitol Hill to testify. Craig Boswell reports.
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