Two Secret Service Agents Said to Resign in Prostitute Case

Two Secret Service agents have resigned and a third is retiring after allegations that their team associated with prostitutes in advance of President Barack Obama's visit to Colombia for a summit, said a congressional aide.

The departures are the first from the allegations that were made as the Summit of the Americas was beginning last week in Cartagena.

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