Secret Service Finds 'Device' on White House Grounds
A spokesman for U.S. President Barack Obama says the Secret Service has recovered a "device" believed to be a small drone on the grounds of the White House.
Josh Earnest told reporters traveling with Mr. Obama and his wife, Michelle, in New Delhi Monday that the device did not appear to be an ongoing threat to anyone at the White House.
He did not say exactly where it was found, and said the Secret Service would provide more information when available.
It was not immediately clear if the Obamas' two daughters were home at the time.
The incident caused authorities to restrict access to the White House complex.
Anti-Austerity Party Wins Greek Election
A radical leftist party and its 40-year-old leader swept to power Sunday in Greece, outdistancing the conservative New Democracy party led by incumbent Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.
Alexis Tsipras, the chief of the Syriza party who will be the country's youngest prime minister in 150 years, has pledged to end years of austerity polices. However, the outcome of the election likely places Greece in conflict with the European Union and international creditors.
Syriza fell just two seats in parliament short of the 151 needed to rule on its own without forming a coalition government.
Repercussions from the win by the leftist party where felt almost immediately. Asian stocks were weak Monday, and the euro fell to an 11-year low, renewing fears the European common currency bloc could unravel. EU finance ministers are meeting Monday to discuss how their shared currency will be affected by the Greek election.