An investigator tells lawmakers that the handling of a White House incident reflects a flawed agency culture.
A report says the No. 2 member of the president’s detail and a colleague were likely impaired by alcohol when they drove into a barricade at the White House.
Some felt the 13-month delay put former president George H.W. Bush’s safety at risk, according to a report by the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general.
D.C. police said the officer tried to kick in the front door of the apartment of his former girlfriend.
The agency’s director calls claim “disturbing” and says any threats of violence at work are “unacceptable.”
Whistleblowers say agency staff circulated potentially unflattering material about House chairman.
A House panel demanded testimony from two agency employees about a White House incident March 4.
The New Jersey senator faces allegations of improper use of his office to help friend and donor.
The changes come after agents allegedly drove a through a bomb-threat investigation scene at the White House.
The Justice Department’s charges against the New Jersey Democrat are expected to stem from an investigation into whether he used his position to benefit a donor and close friend. “I am not going anywhere,” he said Friday night.