United States Secret Service
Yujing Zhang was arrested in March for allegedly lying to a Secret Service agent to get into President Donald Trump's private club.
Yujing Zhang was arrested in March for allegedly lying to a Secret Service agent to get into the club.
The case is the first brought by the Justice Department for violating the nationwide bump stock ban that took effect in March
The Secret Service presence when Sasha and Malia spent overnights with friends was intimidating for parents, the former first lady said at the Essence Festival.
The Aviary staffer was reportedly released from police custody after President Donald Trump's son decided not to press charges.
“I wanted to see how far I could get,” Mark Lindblom, 19, told a federal judge.
The Secret Service maintains it didn't err in its analysis, despite public claims to the contrary.
Trump reportedly asked his acting chief of staff to fire Alles, who reported to Kirstjen Nielsen until her resignation Sunday.
Yujing Zhang's arrest has revived concerns about security — particularly cybersecurity — at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
The president insisted that his Florida resort has "extremely good control" after reports that a Chinese woman tried to gain entry.
Yujing Zhang is accused of making a false statement to a federal officer and entering a restricted property.
President Donald Trump was visiting Florida when the woman was granted access to the club.
“It’s time for leaders on both sides to put politics aside," the former president said.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen denied anyone’s safety is compromised.
The self-proclaimed billionaire president does not appear to be doing anything to help with their household finances.
The public eats the costs of a bash at Trump's Florida resort while federal workers go without pay amid the partial government shutdown.
Trump might have to put off his golf vacation if he forces a government shutdown over his border wall. But he loves his golf, so that might mean no shutdown.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio condemned the packages, calling them "an act of terror."
An irked agent on a commercial flight with the White House adviser and wife Ivanka told CBS' Errol Barnett there was a “time and a place” for such queries.
Mike Pence took pains to execute last year's anthem stunt at a Colts game, newly released docs show.