The man later identified as Jonathan Tuan-Anh Tran, 26, of Milpitas, California, scaled the south fence on March 10 and walked the grounds for about 16 minutes before being arrested, according to the agency.
It may become a bit more hard to snap a ideal selfie of yourself on the southern sidewalk near the White House.
In a statement, the Secret Service said the restriction is part of an "ongoing comprehensive review of temporary and permanent security measures at the White House complex".
The restricted area will include the sidewalks, roadways and parkland areas between the south fence line of the White House and E Street, Northwest, from West Executive Avenue to East Executive Avenue.
The new security rules went into effect at 11p.m. Wednesday April 19, and will stay in place for the immediate future. They've become a growing problem in recent years.in 2014 a man managed to get inside the White House before he was caught.
Secret Service Communications Director Cathy Milhoan told local radio station WTOP that the closure was not in response to any specific threat. She said vantage points for the throngs of tourists drawn to the location will be preserved. "It's still there. It's just going to be pushed back a little further".
Officials said blocking-off the pavement will not obstruct the public's ability to view or photograph the White House and its grounds and said no additional "physical" barriers would be installed.
On the map below, the upper arc represents the old fence line; the lower arc represents the new boundary for the public. Her successor, Joseph Clancy, retired last month after being lauded for restoring stability to the service, while guiding the agency through an unusually demanding period, stretching from the US visit of Pope Francis, the raucous campaign season and the Trump inauguration.
President Donald Trump was there at the time, but the intruder did not make it into the White House building.
"From a security standpoint, it can be seen as a vulnerable area, " Milhoan said.
Kerrigan said the inaugural events may have served as an opportunity for donors to try to curry favor with the incoming president. Billionaire investor Paul Singer, for example, gave $1 million after long expressing skepticism about Trump.
The driver fled after the attack but police arrested a 39-year-old man from Uzbekistan on Saturday morning. The country has a long record of liberalism and has been historically welcoming to migrants and refugees.
The Vienna convention, in which Indian and France are signatories, states that a diplomat can not be arrested or detained. Jones said she would file an appeal, which could add several months or years to the legal process if followed through.
In France , investors remained nervous ahead of the first round of the presidential election on Sunday. The gold price against a basket of foreign currencies is now approaching the highs reached in 2011.
The typical migrant was born in England and is 44 years old, two years younger than the 46 years old of a decade ago. There's a little more room out west, and Paul has a house with four bedrooms as opposed to everyone else's three.
In this Thursday, April 13, 2017, photo, a man uses a Bank of America ATM near the company's headquarters in Charlotte, N.C. The banking giant repurchased a net of $2.3 billion in common stock and paid out $0.8 billion in common stock dividends.
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Massive US bomb death toll rises to 94
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Davis Cup Djokovic, Kyrgios target final duel
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Kabir Khan on SRK's cameo in Salman Khan's Tubelight
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Judge's big blast helps Yankees cap grand homestand
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United CEO says no one will be fired for dragging incident
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Wisconsin will host 2018 NCAA Cross Country
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Fly the funnier skies: Mideast airlines troll United
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Arkansas vows to keep pushing for executions despite setback
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Aspen Skiing buying California's Mammoth Resorts ski areas
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4 bodies in NY park are apparent homicide victims
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