The revelation that Secret Service personnel accessed a confidential internal file regarding sitting House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and spread its contents around for the purpose of vindictively discrediting him is stunning. If you had told me that four or five Secret Service agents had done something like this, knowing […]
Until Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK) gets answers about the Secret Service's snooping into his colleague Jason Chaffetz's personal information, President...
The Secret Service Scandal mill seems to still be in good working order as a new set of revelations have emerged. AP reports that an Assistant Director has been caught suggesting that embarrassing information concerning Congressman Jason Chaffetz be leaked by the Secret Service. Show More Summary
Scores of U.S. Secret Service employees improperly accessed the decade-old, unsuccessful job application of a congressman who was investigating scandals inside the agency, a new government report said Wednesday. Continue reading ? The post Secret Service tried to discredit U.S. lawmaker, investigation reveals appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, a Utah Republican, was investigating scandals inside the agency
$4700 is a lot of money to blow on Peeps shows Apparently jealous of the Secret Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Pentagon is investigating a possible sexytime-n-gambling scandal involving Defense Department and military personnel. Show More Summary
The Washington Post reported a new Secret Service scandal on Tuesday. They kicked out a bunch of kids with cancer from a candlelight vigil in Lafayette Square across from the White House on Saturday night, allegedly to protect the president...Show More Summary
The scandals seem to be never ending with Avid Life Media, the parent company of “Life is short. Have an affair” site Ashley Madison, as it was just revealed that the company was also secretly running an online escort service.
Though it's certainly had its scandals, the U.S. Secret Service still carries the huge responsibility of protecting U.S. presidents and their families. Photojournalists like Jacquelyn Martin of The Associated Press get to tag along and photograph the work the service does in the background. Show More Summary
New York Times, I.R.S. Expected to Stand Aside as Nonprofits Increase Role in 2016 Race: As presidential candidates find new ways to exploit secret donations from tax-exempt groups, hobbled regulators at the Internal Revenue Service appear certain to delay trying to curb widespread abuses at nonprofits until after the 2016...
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.
The nation's top general publicly tried to wipe the egg off his face in the Colombian prostitution scandal, saying some members of the military and the Secret Service let Obama down.
The fallout from the Secret Service sex scandal involving Michelle Obama’s personal security detail continues, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned. On June 8, government agents questioned the woman who unwittingly found… READ ON
A Secret Service agent assigned to protect Michelle Obama has been placed on involuntary “administrative leave” after he was involved in a stunning breach of national security! An exhaustive investigation… READ ON
In a Veep-esque move, the Secret Service just embarrassed itself while attempting to get past its recent spate of embarrassing scandals. The agency began hiring more agents after a fence-jumper managed to make it into the White House last September, and the Washington Post reports that in their rush to... More »
This seems like a plot line straight out of Scandal! Press Secretary Josh Earnest had a terrifying moment on Tuesday when a bomb threat was reported in the briefing right in the middle of his press address. The Secret Service were quick to usher Josh and all of the reporters out of the briefing room, but not [...]
After leaks to the news media, awkward correspondence and a parliamentary investigation, Berlin and Washington are at loggerheads over secret service activities, and not for the first time.
One of the US Secret Service agents, who was allegedly drunk when responding to a suspected bomb threat at the White House in early March, is set to retire, CNN reported Thursday citing an unnamed law enforcement source.
Given the corruption and duplicity with which U.S. government agencies like the DEA, ATF and Secret Service operate, to say nothing of the public lying and unconstitutional activity of the NSA, what right do U.S. officials have to complain about corruption in places like Colombia and Mexico? This editorial from Mexico’s La Jornada takes on [...]Show More Summary
The US Secret Service, beleaguered by scandal, took more than a year to fix a broken alarm at former President George HW Bush’s Texas home, according to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report.