United States Secret Service News
Visitor logs at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort remain a mystery
They were expecting extensive visitor logs from President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. Instead, they got a list of 22 Japanese officials who'd joined their country's prime minister at the property during a February trip.
Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli has bail revoked, heads to jail
Former pharmaceuticals company CEO Martin Shkreli has had his bail revoked and is going to jail in New York while he awaits sentencing for a securities fraud conviction
'Pharma bro' issues apology letter for alleged threat against Hillary Clinton
Convicted ex-pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli said today his appeal to his social media followers to “grab” Hillary Clinton’s hair was an “awkward attempt at humor or satire” and was not the threat federal prosecutors allege. Shkreli conceded he used “poor judgment” when he offered $5,000 to
Lawyer: 'Pharma Bro' joking about bounty for Clinton's hair
Martin Shkreli's lawyer says his client's caustic online rants shouldn't be taken so seriously
Trump to stay in New York for 1st time as president
President Donald Trump will travel to New York City for meetings next week during his 17-day working vacation from Washington, a White House official confirmed Monday. Earlier in the day, Trump tweeted that he was "working hard" in Bedminster, New Jersey, "while [the] White House goes through long
Secret Service ditches Trump Tower space after lease dispute
The United States Secret Service has left its space inside Trump Tower amid a dispute over the terms of a lease between the General Services Administration (GSA) -— responsible for securing space for the Secret Service -— and the Trump Organization, according to officials familiar with the matter.
Why the Secret Service didn't intervene in Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with Russians
After one of the president’s lawyers cited U.S. Secret Service inaction in his defense of Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian attorney, whom the younger Trump believed to be in possession of incriminating information about Hillary Clinton , attention has turned to the agency's duties in
Massive cyberattack spreads ransomware across Europe, US
A massive cyberattack that freezes computers and demands a ransom to open them has hit companies in the U.S. and elsewhere around the world today, U.S. officials and private cybersecurity analysts said. Among the American targets are the giant Merck pharmaceutical company in New Jersey; a major
Disgraced former journalist Juan Thompson pleads guilty to cyberstalking, anti-Semitic threats in revenge against ex
St. Louis native and disgraced former journalist Juan Thompson pleaded guilty on Tuesday to one count of cyber stalking and one count of making hoax bomb threats as part of his campaign to harass and intimidate a woman with whom he had a past relationship, according to the United States Attorney's
Professor mistakenly trolled says social media has become 'a very dangerous place to be'
It didn’t take long for Kerry O’Grady to know something was very wrong. “I’m getting all of these hateful messages,” said O’Grady, “and they started turning from, ‘You should be fired,’ to more along the lines of, ‘You’re completely unpatriotic and you don’t deserve your position,’ and started