Secret Service Director Apologizes for Prostitution Scandal

The director of the Secret Service today challenged a Washington Post story that says the agency condones a culture of risqué behavior, the kind of actions on display in Colombia last month in a prostitution scandal that ended with agents losing their jobs. Testifying before Congress, Director Mark Sullivan harangued the Post for relying on "numerous anonymous sources" in its story, published Tuesday night. "If there is information out there, you know, when you read about it in the paper from...Full Story
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