Secret Service

Secret Service Agent Who Decried Taking ‘a Bullet’ for Trump Helps Organize ‘Womxn’s’ March

Sources: O'Grady told agents she escaped discipline, will leave after reaching retirement milestone

The senior Secret Service agent who said she did not want to take "a bullet" for President Trump and was removed from her leadership post nearly two years ago is helping organize a "Womxn's" March on Denver January 19th as a member of the event's executive leadership team, according to the march's website.

Secret Service Settles Five-Year Legal Battle With Whistleblower

Special agent’s lawyer says case is helping initiate agency reforms

The Secret Service has settled a five-year legal battle with a whistleblower after the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general found that the agency retaliated against him for formally complaining about superiors' alleged misconduct.