Man Who Scaled White House Fence Takes Plea DealJoseph Caputo of Stamford, Connecticut, appeared in federal court in the District of Columbia on Monday. He agreed to plead guilty to knowingly entering a restricted building or grounds.
Stamford Man Who Scaled White House Fence Expected To Take Plea DealJoseph Caputo of Stamford, Connecticut, is appearing in federal court in the District of Columbia on Monday.
New Haven Police Chief Visits White HouseStruggling to help the nation heal and learn from fatal encounters between cops and citizens, President Barack Obama turned to some on-the-ground experts Wednesday for advice, including New Haven Police Chief Dean Esserman.
Guide To Washington, D.C.'s National MonumentsA trip to Washington, DC offers plenty of things to see, including monuments and memorials dedicated to those who have made significant contributions to our country.
Huskies Return To White House To Celebrate ChampionshipPresident Barack Obama is honoring the University of Connecticut women's basketball team for winning its fourth consecutive national championship and 11th overall.
National Champion UConn Invited To The White HouseThe Huskies will meet with President Obama Tuesday
Stamford White House Fence Jumper Released From CustodyA college student who jumped over the White House fence while draped in an American flag has been released from custody and ordered to live with his mother in Connecticut until his case is resolved.
Attorney Says White House Fence Jumper From Stamford Was Committing Civil Disobedience
White House Fence Jumper A Connecticut ManStamford man charged with unlawful entry
Stamford Man Charged After Thanksgiving Lockdown At White HouseThe Secret Service says 22-year-old Joseph Caputo of Stamford, Connecticut, scaled the north fence on Thursday afternoon.
Your City Guide to Washington D.C.Refer to this guide to the best dining, lodging and attractions in Washington D.C.
Gun Importer Blames White House For Its Laying Off Dozens Of WorkersA Vermont gun importer is blaming the White House for its laying off of 41 workers because the government blocked its plan to bring nearly $30 million worth of antique, American-made military rifles home from South Korea.