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Girl Scouts Sneak Past Secret Service, Camp Out On White House Lawn

Ok, this is just all kinds of cute — to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Parks system and Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” healthy-stuff initiative, and also because there’s just never a bad time to have photos of smiley...Show More Summary

Fence jumper caught by dogs on White House lawn is sentenced

A man who jumped over the White House fence in October and was taken down on the lawn by Secret Service dogs was sentenced Thursday to time served and a year of supervised release.

Md. man who jumped White House fence in October gets six-month term

A Maryland man who jumped the White House fence Oct. 22 and was caught by Secret Service dogs was sentenced Thursday to time served and one year of supervised release for a misdemeanor charge of knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District announced.Read full article >>

Timing of 'London Has Fallen' trailer release in UK 'insensitive'

LONDON — The trailer for London Has Fallen — which stars Gerard Butler as a U.S. Secret Service agent attemping to stop terrorists from attacking Britain's capital — has been criticised by some for its "insensitive timing" See also:Show More Summary

Gerard Butler Is Back and London Is in Trouble in the Sequel to Olympus Has Fallen

Back in 2013, former Secret Service agent Gerard Butler protected President Aaron Eckhart from terrorists in the White House. Come 2016, he's protecting President Aaron Eckhart from terrorists in London. That's right: the duo is back...Show More Summary

Work starts Wednesday on installing spikes atop the White House fence

Spikes will be installed on the White House fence starting Wednesday as a temporary measure designed to enhance security and help stop intruders from entering the grounds. What the National Park Service and Secret Service described Tuesday as a “removable anti-climb feature’’ consisting of sharp metal points will be placed atop the fence.Read full article >>

Morning Roundup: June 26, 2015

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Secret Service agent pleads guilty to bitcoin theft, Denver drops weed from county fair, and drunk golfer gets head stuck in bin.

William Friedkin Directing ‘To Live and Die in LA’ TV Series for WGN

William Friedkin‘s film To Live and Die in L.A., released in 1985, is a compelling and vividly stylish ’80s thriller featuring William Peterson, Willem Dafoe, and John Pankow in the story of two Secret Service agents on the trail of a counterfeiting operation. Show More Summary

US Secret Service Extradites Alleged Cybercriminal From Germany

Turkish citizen suspected of committing cybercrimes was transported from Germany to the US by the US Secret Service, the Department of Justice announced on Wednesday.

Governments Must Keep Their Secret Services on Leash – Head of PACE

Intelligence agencies should not cross the boundaries of legal framework, the head of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) told Sputnik on Wednesday amid a high-profile NSA eavesdropping scandal.

'London Has Fallen' First Look at Gerard Butler in Action

Gerard Butler returns as secret service agent Mike Banning to dispense a good beating in the first photo from 'Olympus Has Fallen'.

‘London Has Fallen’ First Look: Gerard Butler Fights Terrorists Across the Pond

After narrowly escaping North Korean terrorists in Olympus Has Fallen, Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is back for more world-saving in London Has Fallen. He accompanies the President (Aaron Eckhart) to the funeralShow More Summary

Secret Service, SEC Hunting for Wall Street Hackers

US regulators are currently investigating a group of hackers they think broke into corporate email accounts to access confidential insider information they could use to make profitable stock market trades.

Tucker Carlson Revives Hilarious ‘Disarm The Secret Service’ Gag From 2013

On Fox & Friends Saturday, Newstwerp Tucker Carlson had some Deeply Apolitical Thoughts on President Obama’s shocking politicizing of last week’s massacre in Charleston, reviving a completely original NRA talking point from 2013: IfShow More Summary

Charleston Shootings: Fox News Host Calls For Secret Service To Pull Protection From Obama

The horrifying Charleston shootings, in which a 21-year-old white supremacist allegedly murdered nine people during a prayer service at a traditional African-American church in South Carolina, have once again ignited a national debate about the regulation of handguns and other dangerous firearms — including on Fox News. Show More Summary

How the Presidency Made Me a Better Father

When you're the President of the United States, you're surrounded at all times -- by aides, by press, by Secret Service, by crowds. It's a bubble that's hard to escape. That's what makes the people with whom you surround yourself inShow More Summary

Tucker Carlson: Obama’s Secret Service detail should lose guns first if he wants gun control

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson argued over the weekend that President Barack Obama should have to give up his armed Secret Service security detail if he was going to be pushing for gun control. On Saturday’s edition of Fox & Friends, Carlson suggested that the president had used the recent...

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