1. Job Insecurity

    Twelfth Agent Being Investigated

    Image #: 17628617    Prostitutes walk in front of the Hotel Caribe in Cartagena April 17, 2012. As many as 21 women were brought back to a hotel in Colombia by U.S. Secret Service and military personnel in an incident last week involving alleged misconduct with prostitutes, U.S. Senator Susan Collins said on Tuesday.  The incident took place in Cartagena's Hotel Caribe, a luxurious colonial-style building with a modern wing attached, located in an area of high-rises frequented by well-heeled locals and tourists drawn to the city's beaches.     REUTERS/Stringer    (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)       REUTERS /STR /LANDOV

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    A Secret Service agent staying at a different hotel than the 11 being investigated for misconduct has been added to the ongoing probe, though is said to have been involved in a separate incident a week prior to President Obama's arrival. The agent was said to be staying at the same Hilton as Obama. Rep. Peter King, the Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said Sunday that more firings are to be expected as the investigation continues. Six members of the Secret Service have already lost their jobs, while an additional 12 military members are being investigated. “What they were thinking is beyond me,” King said Sunday. Adding that in the “near future, several others” would possibly lose their jobs.

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