K9s On Secret Service Force Trained In $10M Complex In LaurelWhen President Trump arrived in Baltimore on Thursday, part of his security team was well-trained K9s. 
Judge: Secret Service Agent Can Sue Officers Over DetentionA federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit accusing two white U.S. Park Police officers of unlawfully detaining a black Secret Service agent who was waiting to accompany a Cabinet secretary's motorcade.
Secret Service Arrests White House Contractor With Outstanding Attempted Murder WarrantThe Secret Service arrested a contractor outside the White House on Tuesday for an outstanding warrant that includes an attempted murder charge.
Secret Service Warns Of Credit Card Chip Scheme, Report SaysThe U.S. Secret Service is reportedly warning banks about a new scam that is targeting the chips in credit cards sent through the mail.
Ex-Secret Service Agent From Maryland Sentenced For Money LaunderingA judge has sentenced a former U.S. Secret Service agent to federal prison for money laundering.
2 In Custody After Throwing Objects Over White House Fence
All Clear Given At White House After Police Investigate Unattended PackageAuthorities responded to an unattended package near the north fence of the White House complex Tuesday.
A Look Inside Hiring Process Of The Secret ServiceThe Secret Service is hiring, but if you want a top security clearance, you have to meet some high standards.
White House Returns to Normal Operations After Lockdown The Secret Service says the White House has returned to normal operations after being placed on lockdown early Monday afternoon.
Hearing Set For Secret Service Officer In Sexting CaseA Secret Service officer accused of trying to solicit sex from an undercover agent he thought was a 14-year-old girl is making a court appearance as prosecutors seek to keep him in custody until his trial.
Secret Service Officer Appears In Court In Sexting CaseA Secret Service officer charged with trying to solicit a 14-year-old girl for sex made an initial appearance Monday in federal court, where he was told he could face 10 years in prison if convicted of trying to transfer obscene material to a minor.