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Three on Obama's Netherlands security detail sent home for allegedly drinking on the job
Dan Springer reports from Washington
Ed Henry reports from Brussels, Belgium
Three Secret Service agents guarding President Barack Obama in the Netherlands were sent home Sunday after a night spent drinking, media reports said. One agent was ...
Insight from former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino
Film critic Kevin McCarthy has your weekend movie review
Feds warn of possible shoe-bombs on flights entering U.S.
The lawsuit over who wrote the script for the 2012 Warner Bros. film "Trouble with the Curve" is getting personal.The studio and its high-profile attorney Daniel Pet...
The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on Kevin Spacey and the Netflix series ‘House of Cards.’
Calvin Darden, Jr. was charged by federal prosecutors Thursday for allegedly crafting an intricate scheme to defraud banks and impersonate his prominent father in an...
Secret Service warns of fake hundred-dollar bills in circulation
Mel Ayton details the stories in 'Hunting the President'
The National Retail Federation will launch a platform to provide retailers with real-time information on cybersecurity threats from other retailers, the government and law enforcement agencies.
Scott Heiferman received a disturbing email one recent Thursday morning that he quickly realized would have ripple effects for his company's 16 million users.The aut...
Former Secret Service agent weighs in
FBN’s Peter Barnes on warnings of hackers using banks’ web-based ATM control panels to steal money.
Federal regulators on Wednesday issued a warning to banks that an increasing number of cyber-attacks are targeting ATM machines.The attacks, which the U.S. Secret Se...
'Off the Record', 3/27/14: Bad behavior and dereliction of duty - like multiple scandals involving the Secret Service - doesn't get you fired, but paid leave ... like a vacation