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Topic - Secret Service
Big Mama didn't much care for the pictures of President Obama and the Danish prime minister horsing around taking pictures at Tuesday's memorial service in Johannesburg for Nelson Mandela.
Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent who's now campaigning in Maryland for a congressional seat, said the biggest threat facing the nation is the massive bureaucracy that's driving out common sense politics.
A Washington, D.C., park near the White House has been cleared and placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after a man allegedly threw a package through the White House fence.
Nov. 22, 1963 — the world seemed to stand still. Everyone who was alive remembers that horrible Friday and exactly where they were and what they were doing.
Capitol Hill lawmakers are turning their attention to Bitcoin and other virtual currency websites this week, as they consider how to regulate a new technology that is revolutionizing financial markets around the world.
Count a former Secret Service agent among the millions of Americans who say they've been booted from their insurance plans due to Obamacare mandates.
The White House said Friday that President Obama, faced with a second sex scandal in the Secret Service in less than two years, still has confidence in the first female director of his protective service.
2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney described his run last year as a "fabulous" experience Friday, but asked whether he might do it again, his wife Ann took matters into her own hands.
President Obama's approval ratings may be stuck in a sand trap, but that has not deterred him from sticking to his weekly round of golf.
The bipartisan leaders of a key Senate panel have taken the rare step of calling for the resignation of the Homeland Security Department's inspector general, saying they have documented through whistleblowers several allegations of inappropriate behavior, including accusations he soft-pedaled an internal probe of the Secret Service prostitution scandal.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden has had no qualms collecting the $2,200 a month he charges the Secret Service for its use of a small building on his Delaware property amid the belt-tightening sequester.
The unraveling of Barack Obama's dysfunctional presidency started when it became clear his policies were not improving a jobless economy that is still on the Federal Reserve's temporary life-support system.
A new book casts light on a decades-old mystery — the disappearance of John F. Kennedy's brain, which wasn't buried with his body — and suggests that the former president's brother took it to conceal how many medicines the White House icon had been taking.
The Obama administration said Friday it will resume a "limited schedule" of public tours of the White House in November, after shutting out the public for months, ostensibly due to budget cuts.
President Obama said early Thursday that he wants to make a major push to have Congress pass immigration legislation this year — but by late in the day the White House was confirming he will nominate someone with little immigration experience to head the Department of Homeland Security.