**SpaceX On Its Way to ISS**
A commercial SpaceX cargo ship has successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, in the southeastern U.S. state of Florida, carrying supplies and experiments for the International Space Station.
The ship, perched atop a Falcon Nine Rocket, took off at 1:52 a.m. (0552 UTC) and is expected to arrive at the ISS early Tuesday.
Sunday's weather was ideal for the launch, unlike Saturday when rain forced the launch to be postponed.
The more than 2,200 kilograms of supplies includes the first 3-D printer to be used on the space station.
The space agency envisions astronauts one day using the printer to manufacture spare parts as needed.
The mission is the fifth for SpaceX.
**Secret Service Under Scrutiny After Intruder Gets Into White House**
The U.S. Secret Service has increased security outside the White House after a man jumped the fence and made it inside the building before being apprehended.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson ordered enhanced officer patrols and surveillance along the north fence of the White House shortly after the Friday incident. She also ordered a comprehensive review of what happened when an unarmed 42-year-old man scaled the fence and entered the presidential residence, where agents seized him.
President Barack Obama and his daughters had just left the White House Friday evening in a helicopter, when the unarmed intruder scaled the north fence, ran across the lawn and entered the presidential residence, where agents seized him.
Republican lawmaker Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House of Representatives' subcommittee on national security oversight, called the security breach "totally unacceptable."
A Secret Service official said the agency will review its response.
A day later, on Saturday, a man was arrested for trespassing at the White House. The Secret Service said the man approached the White House gates on foot and was turned away a short time before returning to the gate in a vehicle. He was arrested when he refused to leave.