Secret Service Tries to Add 1,000 Staffers in Taxing Year

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An effort by the Secret Service to add more than 1,000 agents and uniformed officers to the ranks by next fall comes during the most taxing year in the agency's history, USA Today reports. Complicating the agency's effort to expand are many promising candidates whose abuse of the amphetamine, Adderall, or other prescription drugs, or their lack of . . .

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