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Police Investigating Suspected Explosive Devices Sent to Clinton, Obama, CNN

"Responding officers identified a device that appeared to be an explosive device and they removed it for investigation," NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill said at a press conference.

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Secret Service Agent Dies of Stroke During Trump Europe Trip

The agent, a 19-year veteran of the agency, suffered the stroke on Sunday and was treated in Scotland. The Secret Service said the agent was a "dedicated professional of the highest order" and thanked the medical personnel who gave him "exceptional care and support."

President Trump Put Out 'Full Christmas Spread' for Officers Protecting Him

He and the First Lady hired a caterer to provide a "full Christmas spread" to the law enforcement officers who keep the family safe.

Motors on a Mission

The motor unit within the Special Events branch of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department doesn't often spend its time handing out traffic citations. The officers are too busy with other duties specific to the nation's capital.

Secret Service Director Clancy Leaving Agency

Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy announced his retirement Tuesday, two years after President Barack Obama appointed him to head up the agency.

Thousands of Police to Provide Security for Presidential Inauguration

By week's end, the nation's capital will have transformed into a virtual fortress of roadblocks, fences and armed police.

5.11 Tactical Patch Honors Secret Service

5.11 Tactical's patch for January 2017 celebrates the efforts, both mental and physical, of the United States Secret Service, as they protect and serve our nation.

Feds Want 150 NYPD Officers Assigned to Trump Tower

The Secret Service wants the NYPD on the job at Trump Tower at West 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, where pedestrians walking in front of the building are required to have their bags searched, a police source said.

Many Secret Service Agents Work Without Pay

Agents’ annual pay, including overtime, is capped at $160,300. But during presidential campaign years they can easily work far more time than covered by that amount. They don’t stop working when they reach the cap. They stay on the job without pay.

FLEOA Praises Thwarting of Presidential Candidate Assassination Attempt

Today, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) announced its praise for the rapid response by law enforcement officers during a potentially fatal incident at a presidential campaign rally.