Secret Service agents accused of cavorting with prostitutes
With just over a month until the NATO summit in Chicago and commuters' concerns rising, Metra's CEO said today that the agency is pressing the US Secret Service to determine if security concerns would disrupt train service.
Agents of the U.S. Secret Service that were sent to Colombia in connection with of President Obama's trip there for the Summit Of The Americas have been sent.
Call me old-fashioned, but I liked it better when Secret Service agents focused on protecting the President when working on advance teams — especially when traveling to potentially volatile areas, like Colombia can still be.
(CBS News) Members of the president's Secret Service detail are in what looks to be some pretty hot water. CBS News' senior White House correspondent Bill Plante reports that the Secret Service sent home 12 of its personnel who were replaced before the
Washington, April 14: A dozen US Secret Service agents accompanying President Barack Obama on a visit to Colombia's Cartagena city for a summit were sent home for alleged misconduct that involved prostitutes, media reports said.