Would You Take a Bullet for Trump?
From Secret Service Reject to Overseer
Snowden the Weird Role Model
Thousands of European youths are clamoring to spy for their countries as a means of protesting and fighting back against U.S. snooping. By Barbie Latza Nadeau.
Security Meltdown at Convention
The Secret Service folds its tent—literally—as blocked roads and checkpoints make access difficult.
The Secret Service’s Broken Trust
Eleanor Clift asks: Has this agency lost its moral compass?
Were Colombian Hookers Underage?
House investigators want to know whether Secret Service staffers had sex with Colombian prostitutes under the age of 18. How the night in Cartagena could lead to criminal charges. Plus, Tara McKelvey on why Obama's sexy twin scandals are fueling political drama.
Secret Service Scandal Deepens
Three agents have lost their jobs, and two investigations are underway. Tara McKelvey on the fallout.
In Defense of the Secret Service
The agency is under fire after 11 agents solicited prostitutes, but Mansfield Frazier, who was chased by Secret Service agents for years, recalls a culture where everyone kept their word.