Secret Service Scandal Widens

First Colombia, then El Salvador, now Moscow? The U.S. government is investigating reports that the Secret Service Colombia-prostitute scandal was far from an “isolated incident” but rather one of many occasions when agents misbehaved. Following the allegation that agents paid for sexual favors at a strip club in El Salvador in March 2011, there are now reports that Secret Service personnel partied at strip clubs in Buenos Aires while traveling with former president Bill Clinton in 2009, and of a similar incident in Moscow in 2000. The latest allegations have triggered growing demands by members of Congress who feel it’s their duty to oversee the investigation.