Investigation finds no widespread misconduct at U.S. Secret Service
WASHINGTON - A report by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's inspector general has found no evidence that misconduct or inappropriate behavior is widespread in the U.S. Secret Service, a Secret Service official said on Friday.
The report was called for in the wake of a prostitution scandal involving Secret Service agents in Cartagena, Colombia, that damaged the agency's straight-laced reputation.
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