World News | Associated Press | Friday November 15, 2013
More than 18 months after a prostitution scandal in South America rocked the Secret Service, the agency in charge of protecting the president is investigating another case of suspected sexual misconduct in its ranks.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday May 23, 2012
No operational security was breached during the Secret Service sex scandal in Colombia last month, the agency's head told US lawmakers on Wednesday.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday April 25, 2012
Two more Secret Service agents have resigned over the Colombia sex scandal and one more will have his security clearance permanently revoked, the elite presidential protection outfit said on Tuesday. "Two other employees have been cleared of serious misconduct," Assistant Secret Service Director Paul Morrissey said in a written statement. Six Sec...
World News | Associated Press | Sunday April 22, 2012
The Secret Service sex scandal has spawned X-rated jokes, inspired a spicy song set to a local Caribbean beat, and made an unlikely celebrity of a 42-year-old taxi driver who lives with his mother and now seems to be in hiding. With no other decent leads locally, scoop-hungry journalists fought all week for the favor of Jose Pena, the President of...
World News | Reuters | Sunday April 22, 2012
Most of the U.S. Secret Service agents accused of misconduct with prostitutes ahead of President Barack Obama's recent visit to Colombia are likely to leave the agency, a top U.S. Republican lawmaker said on Saturday.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday April 19, 2012
The US Secret Service said on Wednesday that three employees will leave their jobs over the sex scandal in a hotel in Colombia which tarnished the elite Presidential protection agency's image.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday April 16, 2012
US President Barack Obama said on Sunday that he expected a "rigorous" probe into a sex scandal involving Secret Service agents, warning he would be "angry" if the claims were proven true. The incident, which saw 11 Secret Service and five military personnel pulled from their security duties in Colombia at the Summit of the Americas, overshadowed ...
World News | Agence France-Presse | Saturday April 14, 2012
In a rare move, some Secret Service agents sent to Colombia to help protect US President Barack Obama at a regional summit have been sent home amid accusations of a sex scandal, officials and reports said on Friday.