New York Times editorial: Change the Rules on Secret Money: In November, when the Internal Revenue Service finally stirred itself to propose a modest crackdown on the abuse of the tax code by political groups, it was immediately attacked by tax-exempt nonprofit groups on the right. That wasn’t too surprising;...
After a 2012 scandal involving some Secret Service personnel conduct in Colombia, Homeland Security's inspector general launched an investigation into the agency's culture.
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Tidbit of the Day: On the day that a new scandal involving a White House Secret Service agent comes to light (an agent left a bullet in the hotel room of a woman he met in a bar at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington), many are talking about how it violates the simple Secret Service [...]
The Secret Service sex scandal goes beyond bullets in D.C. hotel rooms and cocaine-fueled orgies in Colombia: According to several whistleblowers, Secret Service agents have hired prostitutes and had extramarital affairs with foreign nationals in at least 17 different countries. Read more...
The Secret Service scandal is spreading. Now there are reports that accuse agents of misconduct in 17 countries. The Washington Post is reporting on Friday that Secret Service agents are accused of sexual misconduct and other inappropriate behavior in up to 17 countries. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — 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 rank...
A year and a month after that little kerfluffle in Colombia, the agency that guards the President is again facing a sex scandal: [T]wo supervisory agents assigned to President Barack Obama’s protective detail have been investigated for misconduct involving sexually suggestive emails sent to a female subordinate. The alleged misconduct does not appear to involve […]
We already knew that hotels in Washington D.C. saw their share of scandal but this new incident involving the Secret Service at the Hay-Adams Hotel is just bizarre. According to anews report, one of the agency's top supervisors agent was off-duty when he met a woman in a room at the hotel, which is dd miles from the White House. Show More Summary
Two Secret Service agents are under investigation after another scandal has rocked the elite security agency, RadarOnline.com has learned. Ignacio Zamora Jr., a senior supervisor who oversaw about two dozen… READ ON
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Just over a year after the Secret Service was engulfed by a "hooker and blow" scandal, two of its agents have been removed from President Obama's security detail following an investigation into their alleged sexual misconduct. Read more...
A year after a prostitution scandal rocked the Secret Service, the agency is dealing with a new embarrassment after a senior supervisor was removed from his position for trying to retrieve a bullet he left in a woman's hotel room, a source told NBC News. Ignacio Zamora oversaw tw …
It’s happened again. The Secret Service has another sexual scandal with which to contend. And this one involves two supervisors. Including one from the elite team that guards the president. The Washington Post has the story.
PM Juncker, Europe's longest-serving leader, seeks re-election in snap polls following secret service scandal.
Old-school typewriters are making a comeback within the Russian government in the aftermath of the National Security Agency scandal. The country’s Federal Guard Service has reportedly ordered up a bunch of electronic typewriters and will revert to preparing hard-copy versions of secret documents just like the bad old days of the Cold War. Show More Summary
The Daily Caller is not one to shy away from a good sex scandal. Think moth to a flame. There was Jonathan Strong‘s RNC strip club spending spree story. Then there was the Secret Service prostitution scandal bandwagon that they rode into the ground, followed by the Sen. Show More Summary
Having taken the US, Hong Kong, Russia, Europe and of course Latin America by storm, Snowden's revelations are now focusing on the symbiotic relationship between the NSA and Germany's (very experienced) secret services. According toShow More Summary
The story of the Vatican Bank's priest, the Italian secret service spook, and their "fiduciary" banker gripped the world's attention over the weekend when the latest iteration in the Vatican Bank's money laundering series were revealed. Show More Summary
A SCANDAL including a love affair, the abuse of secret services and alleged corruption swept away Petr Ne?as, the Czech Republic's prime minister, and his centre-right cabinet nearly a year before elections were scheduled. The outgoing ruling coalition now hopes to cling to power under a new leader as details of the scandal continue to emerge. Show More Summary