Several members of Congress pressed the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday to explain why stronger action has not been taken against three agents under investigation for alleged involvement with prostitutes in Colombia.
New documents made public this week about possible Secret Service misconduct include allegations of sexual abuse, domestic violence, drunken behavior and guns being accidentally discharged.
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan testifies before a Senate committee investigating the Colombian sex scandal.
Time after time Wednesday, Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan insisted last month's prostitution scandal in Colombia was an aberration -- just poor choices by a dozen agents under the influence of alcohol.
One of the three Drug Enforcement Administration agents under investigation for allegedly soliciting sex in Cartagena, Colombia, had a long-term relationship with a prostitute, potentially exposing himself to blackmail by drug cartels or other criminals, according to two government sources familiar with the investigation.
Erin Burnett starts tonight's Front Lines with an investigation in to 3 DEA agents for hiring prostitutes in Colombia.
Drew Griffin reports from Colombia on the Secret Service scandal and the culture of sex in Cartagena, Colombia.
Three Drug Enforcement Administration agents are under investigation for allegedly hiring prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia, a congressional source confirms to CNN.
The Senate Homeland Security Committee has scheduled a public hearing on the prostitution scandal involving U.S. military and Secret Service agents in Colombia.
The woman at the center of the U.S. Secret Service prostitution scandal embraced her notoriety and spilled colorful details Friday about alcohol flowing like water and Secret Service agents dancing on a bar.
An escort in the Secret Service scandal tells her side of events that happened in Cartagena.
Author Ronald Kessler says a cultural tone within the Secret Service could passively condone bad behavior.
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan has cooperated properly with congressional investigators looking into the prostitution scandal in Colombia last month before President Barack Obama's visit, influential House members said Wednesday.
The acting inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security is investigating the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia, in addition to four congressional committees as well as internal reviews by the agency, the military and the White House.
Is the Colombia prostitution scandal rocking the Secret Service an isolated incident? Or is it evidence of a debauched organizational culture that permeates the entire agency when its agents are out of the country and don't think anyone is watching?
CNN's Drew Griffin, on location in Colombia, has tracked down the agent who allegedly tried to haggle with his escort.
The Secret Service agent at the center of the Colombia prostitution scandal has been identified as Arthur Huntington, sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN on Friday.
The Secret Service continued to be rocked Thursday by allegations of its agents' transgressions, though one U.S. government official cautioned against assuming there are systemic problems or that they are not properly investigated.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to a KIRO reporter about a new report of Secret Service misconduct in El Salvador.
In the past two weeks, the U.S. Secret Service has had a number of agents either resign or get fired in disgrace for their actions in Colombia. The uniformed service members supporting the agents are being investigated under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice, and the media frenzy remains insatiable.
Rep. Elijah Cummings discusses the investigation of the Secret Service prostitute scandal with CNN's Candy Crowley.
Two veteran senators complained Wednesday that military officials might have been slow to react to an alleged prostitution scandal in Colombia and have not been forthcoming with Congress in reporting what happened.
Two more Secret Service members have resigned over a Colombia prostitution scandal, the agency said Tuesday, while another member is being forced out and two more were cleared of serious misconduct.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on how the Secret Service is handling the fallout of its biggest scandal ever.
A member of the U.S. military assigned to the White House Communications Agency is under investigation in connection with alleged misconduct in Colombia, bringing to 12 the total number of military personnel being reviewed, officials said Monday.
Are men stupid? How else can we explain the endless parade of otherwise successful individuals, who by all appearances seem intelligent and competent, and yet risk destroying their careers and their personal lives over the chance to have a sexual escapade?
There is nothing good to say about a scandal involving 12 Secret Service agents in a foreign country in advance of a presidential trip with 20 prostitutes and too much liquor.
Jay Carney comments on remarks made by Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions and Sarah Palin about the Secret Service scandal.
The ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee has asked the U.S. Secret Service about the potential involvement of White House staff in the prostitution scandal in Colombia.
A Senate committee will expand its probe into the U.S. Secret Service this week following a scandal involving prostitutes in Colombia in advance of a recent trip by the president.
Three more Secret Service employees have "chosen to resign" in the wake of a prostitution scandal that emerged last week, the agency said in a news release Friday.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on two Secret Service agents who resigned because of the Colombia prostitution scandal.
Fran Townsend and Bob Baer detail the security risks that make the Secret Service scandal a serious transgression.
So a bunch of guys away from home, who should know better, take off their wedding rings, mix testosterone with alcohol and hookers --- an appalling combination --- argue over the price of a lady's company and, all of a sudden, the entire culture of the U.S. Secret Service is thrown into question.
"Worthy of trust and confidence" is the motto of the almost 150-year-old U.S. Secret Service, and Director Mark Sullivan now faces the dual task of proving it true and keeping his job.
Two Secret Service supervisors who have lost their jobs in a prostitute scandal during a recent trip to Colombia are David Chaney and Greg Stokes, a source familiar with the investigation told CNN National Security Contributor Fran Townsend on Thursday.
The scandal over allegations that Secret Service agents brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms in Colombia ahead of a visit by U.S. President Barack Obama keeps growing. And with it come awkward questions about whether a strong macho element in the culture of the U.S. Secret Service could pose a threat to security, and how women agents fit into the picture.
Influential Rep. Peter King, a New York Republican, says what happened in Colombia cannot be tolerated.
Three U.S. Secret Service members will leave the agency because of an alleged prostitution scandal in Colombia, the agency said Wednesday.
Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino says the sex scandal has embarrassed the agency and agents' family members.
Virginia GOP Rep. Randy Forbes on Wednesday became the first member of Congress to call for U.S. Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan to step down due to a prostitution scandal involving eleven agents that has raised questions about security at the agency.
The White House defended the Secret Service and its director Tuesday amid an embarrassing investigation into whether several agents brought prostitutes back to their hotel in Colombia ahead of a presidential visit.
Secret Service agents were sent home following a prostitution scandal in Colombia.
A group of Secret Service agents and officers sent to Colombia ahead of President Barack Obama were relieved of duty and returned home amid allegations of misconduct that involved prostitution, according to two U.S. government sources familiar with the investigation.
The Secret Service has yanked the security clearances of 11 members accused of bringing prostitutes to a hotel in Colombia ahead of last week's pan-American summit, government officials with knowledge of the investigation said Monday.
In Hollywood movies, they're often portrayed as danger-dodging men with dark glasses, smoothly working behind the scenes to protect the president at any cost.
CNN's Dan Lothian takes us behind the scenes of the Secret Service prostitution scandal.
Eleven Secret Service members are relieved of duty amid allegations of misconduct in Colombia involving prostitution.
President Barack Obama called Sunday for a "thorough" and "rigorous" investigation into allegations involving prostitutes and Secret Service agents in Colombia.
President Barack Obama is putting an international spin on his domestic economic agenda with planned trade talks at a weekend summit in Colombia, that is bringing together most of the hemisphere's leaders.
A man was arrested by the Secret Service in New Orleans on Wednesday for allegedly making threats against former President George W. Bush and presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
An Idaho man wanted in connection with a White House shooting incident was arrested Wednesday in western Pennsylvania, police and the U.S. Secret Service announced.
A uniformed officer of the U.S. Secret Service accidentally discharged his firearm early Wednesday while sitting in a patrol car near the Russian consulate in Washington, an agency spokesman said.
It might be one of the most intense rivalries in sports.
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail to the international stage, there's always something that gets a laugh or a second glance.
Authorities detained a person near the home of former President George W. Bush on Wednesday night after an incident in his Dallas-area neighborhood, a U.S. Secret Service spokesman said.
Convicted TJX hacker Albert Gonzalez earned $75,000 a year working undercover for the U.S. Secret Service, informing on bank card thieves before he was arrested in 2008 for running his own multimillion-dollar card-hacking operation.
A Washington attorney late Tuesday identified his client as the third "party crasher" at a White House state dinner held in November.
The Salahis weren't the only unauthorized guests at President Obama's first White House state dinner.
The media spotlight has focused on the brash couple who recently managed to attend a White House state dinner, but a U.S. Secret Service training document details 91 breaches of security between 1980 and 2003.
The Secret Service director testifies before a committee investigating last week's White House party-crashing incident.
White House social secretary Desiree Rogers will not be testifying at Thursday's congressional hearing about the recent White House security breach, Robert Gibbs said Wednesday.
The latest news on the White House party crashers from Showbiz Tonight's A.J. Hammer.
Tareq Salahi said Tuesday he and his wife "did not party-crash" a White House state dinner last week.
Erica Hill and panelists discuss the latest on the White House "party crashers."
The gate crashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi want to be famous as stars of reality television. I am all for that. Give them a reality television series and call it "Trial and Jailtime" in the D.C. criminal justice system. This despicable, desperate, duplicitous couple disgraced the Secret Service and embarrassed the president in his home.
A Virginia couple conned their way into the Obamas' first state dinner
Two people without invitations crashed President Obama's first White House state dinner, the U.S. Secret Service said Wednesday.
Jenna Hager's security detail racks up too many parking tickets
From land, water and air, tens of thousands of police officers, federal agents and National Guardsmen are being deployed in an unprecedented effort to make sure the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama is safe.
Look up at any presidential event and you're likely to see them: men dressed in black, armed to the teeth, looking back.
President-elect Barack Obama's January 17 train trip from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Washington is intended to make the inauguration the most open and accessible in history.
Joe Funk, a retired Secret Service agent, recounts his time driving President Clinton.
With $100 million in federal taxpayer funds, the U.S. Secret Service has transformed the two cities playing host to the national political conventions into high-tech fortresses.
The Denver Sheriff's Department has set up a temporary jail for the Democratic convention. KUSA's Kyle Clark reports.
The Secret Service is investigating whether the racially charged symbol of a noose was displayed in its Maryland training facility.
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and a Secret Service agent react to an incident possibly involving a noose.
Sen. John McCain has made it very clear he doesn't want Secret Service protection, but Friday bowed to reality and said he will take it.
The White House must release its visitor logs and cannot hide behind a shield of privilege, a federal judge ruled Monday. The Bush administration has resisted public disclosure while it fights a lawsuit over alleged political influence by conservative Christian leaders.
Don Coyer is trained to take a bullet and quick to make a joke.
The SUV pulls up to the building entrance and is immediately surrounded by U.S. Secret Service agents. It is an arrival without incident. The presidential candidate is escorted inside for the next event and heads down a hallway in what could be any hotel in any town in America.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, a U.S. senator from Illinois, has been placed under the protection of the Secret Service, the agency said Thursday.
The amount of counterfeiting is on the rise, according to a published report, helped by the use of digital scanners and printers.
The Secret Service arrested a man who was trying to jump the White House fence carrying a suspicious package on Sunday.
The new $10 bill starts to circulate Thursday, as the third more colorful bill designed to thwart counterfeiters is rolled out.
A redesigned $10 bill with new background colors meant to thwart counterfeiters was unveiled Wednesday at a ceremony on Ellis Island in New York Harbor.
A new $10 bill featuring color, new art and enhanced security will be unveiled Wednesday, and the government hopes it will take hold quickly as other new designs.
A training device mistakenly left by a Secret Service contractor at a Washington hotel was the "suspicious package" that prompted a building evacuation Sunday afternoon, law enforcement sources said.
U.S. President George W. Bush was targeted for assassination by Marxist rebels this week when he visited the city of Cartagena, a Colombian official said Saturday.
It was a rare moment of role reversal -- U.S. President George W. Bush coming to the aid of a man paid to protect him.
A man set himself on fire about 2 p.m. Monday on Pennsylvania Avenue outside the White House.
The presidential inauguration on January 20 has been designated a National Special Security Event by the Department of Homeland Security, government officials said Monday.
Here are highlights of some of the rules laid out in the 32-page agreement on the three presidential debates ahead of the November election.
The Secret Service is investigating an Internet posting of some Republican delegates' phone numbers, e-mail addresses and the hotels where they would stay during the party's national convention, federal law enforcement officials said Monday.
Several federal and local security agencies are preparing for the events surrounding the state funeral of former President Ronald Reagan in Washington this week.
Underscoring the tighter Democratic race for the White House, the Secret Service began providing protection Friday to presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry, and Sen. John Edwards also has applied for the protection, a spokesman for the Secret Service said.
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