Congress Investigates DEA Prostitution Charges

There must be something in the water in Cartagena, Colombia. In addition to the 11 Secret Service agents and military personnel implicated in paying prostitutes for sex in the South American city, now three Drug Enforcement Agency agents are being investigated by the House Homeland Security Committee.

Secret Service/Military Scandal In Colombia Deepens

The security clearances of 11 members of the Secret Service have been suspended pending an investigation into allegation the agents engaged the services of prostitutes while in Colombia. The agents were in the capital Cartagena to prepare for President Barack Obama's visit there. Also being investigated are from five to ten "military troops" who were working with the Secret Service agents.