Carol Leonnig

Washington Post

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After revelations of misconduct, Secret Service agents have been fired or forced to retire.

DEA Agents Busted for Sex Party

After revelations of misconduct, Secret Service agents have been fired or forced to retire.

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The Secret Service is in hot water, again. Two senior secret service agents ran a government car into White House security barricades, last week.

Another Secret Service Scandal

The Secret Service is in hot water, again. Two senior secret service agents ran a government car into White House security barricades, last week.

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Earlier this month, a man carrying a knife jumped the White House fence and made it through the front door before he was stopped.

Secret Service Falls Down on the Job

Earlier this month, a man carrying a knife jumped the White House fence and made it through the front door before he was stopped.

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