United States Marshals Service

The president described the killing of Michael Forest Reinoehl, who was charged in the death of a right-wing protester in Portland, before a cheering crowd.
"That's the way it has to be," Trump said after U.S. marshals killed a man suspected in a deadly shooting in Portland, Oregon, last month.
The U.S. Marshals Service said it needs help assessing when to employ "scarce protective resources" to keep federal judges like Esther Salas safe.
U.S. authorities arrested a son and father who are accused of helping former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan as he awaited trial.
A second federal investigation into the deceased financier asked whether he had concealed international travel.
A DOJ official said the hope is that the Marshals offer security for Cabinet members "better and at the appropriate cost.”
The federal agency may have wildly exaggerated the success of a recent sex-trafficking sweep in Detroit.
Leavenworth Detention Center officers repeatedly called a Muslim inmate's headscarf a "rag" and insisted that she take it off, a civil rights group alleged.
John Schooley, lead designer of the deadly Verrückt water slide in Kansas, was nabbed at a Texas airport.
An arm of the United States Marshals Service undervalued what could amount to untold millions of dollars in assets forfeited