United States Secret Service Videos
Soviet-born Trump adviser on Russian election interference
Felix Sater tells ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos he was "not aware" that the Russians were trying to influence the U.S. election.
How parents can talk to children about school shootings
Dr. Jennifer Ashton and former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras discuss how parents can talk to children about these tragedies, and how to emotionally prepare them for their return to school.
Trump to bring 'America First' agenda to Davos summit
National Economic Council director Gary Cohn and national security adviser H.R. McMaster answered questions at the daily White House briefing.
How to protect your family from virtual kidnapping scams
Former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras shares tips on how to keep yourself safe from scam artists who call and falsely say they have kidnapped one of your loved ones.
Expert explains why eyewitness testimonies can be unreliable in solving crimes
After showing the results of the "GMA" social experiment, former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras discusses why our memory of a crime may fail us.
Jackie Kennedy Onassis' Cartier tank watch to sell at auction
The high-profile item will appear at Christie's New York rare watches and American icons sale and is estimated to go for over $100,000.
Rep. Steve Scalise among those shot at Virginia park: Reports
Police are investigating a shooting at a park in Alexandria, Virginia, this morning, and initial law enforcement reports indicate that Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, was among those shot.
Trump to make renewed push for repealing ACA
ABC News' John Parkinson and Ryan Burrow discuss Trump's trip to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and his remarks on health care.
Secret Service detains bike rack jumper outside White House
The United States Secret Service apprehended an individual who jumped a bike rack outside the White House Tuesday afternoon, the agency tweeted.
2 Secret Service agents let go over WH fence jumper incident in March
Two U.S. Secret Service agents have been let go after a March incident in which a man scaled a White House fence, spending approximately 16 minutes on the grounds before he was caught, according to the agency.